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October 14th, 2004, 09:45 PM #1
- Join Date
- January 17th, 2005
I received the following and would like to know if this is a scam. I went to Casino on net and there is the usual signup form with reporting.net.
Dear First Last,
New Affiliate ID: --------
New Password: --------
* Please disregard the Affiliate ID in the previous email you've recieved.
We are contacting you today to inform you about important changes to our Affiliate
program. Due to an unexpected decision by Befree, they have stopped serving our
Affiliate Program as of this morning. We are taking all measures to ensure undisturbed
service to our affiliates. Please also be advised that all commissions shown in Befree will
be transferred to your new Affiliate account.
We are glad to inform you that we have managed to replace the majority of features that
were available to you through the Befree reporting.net system. Nevertheless, we will
need your assistance in order that you will be able to continue to send traffic to our
sites and receive compensation from our Affiliate program. The first thing necessary
is to replace the current Befree links on your site with the new links we provide.
Please follow the steps below to create your new links:
1) Go to http://affreports.888.com
2) Login with your New Affiliate ID and password provided in this email
3) Click on the banner farm link on the left hand side of the page
4) Select the brand, banner type and the tracking code you would like to create the
links for from the banner link generator.
5) The page will be updated with the different creatives you can choose from.
6) Cut and Paste the code appearing under the banner into your html files replacing
the current html code you have
Please follow the steps below to view your Affiliate stats:
1) Go to http://affreports.888.com
2) Login with the New Affiliate ID and password provided in this email
3) Click on the report link on the left hand side of the page
4) Select the tracking code and the date range you would like to view the stats for
and click submit.
Please be advised that your stats may not be available for the next 48 hours.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused to you due to these
circumstances. If you require any information or assistance in making these
changes, please feel free to contact us.
For Pacific Poker on firstname.lastname@example.org
For Casino on Net on email@example.com
We look forward to continuing our prosperous relationship with you.
October 15th, 2004, 10:25 AM #2
- Join Date
- January 18th, 2005
- St Clair Shores MI.
Guess the Feds sniffing into this pile of crap made BF decided the heat would exceed the profits from spamming and hidden bundling of BHO adware/spyware installs.
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Casino.Net is an adware program which opens pop-up windows to display ads from its network sites periodically. Most of these ads point to the Casino.net online gambling site.
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Casino.Net is an online gambling site. It has multiplayer games and include Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Video Poker, Slots, Progressive Slots, Keno, Baccarat and a 5-Card Video Slot. It also offers both private tables where you can sit for yourself, public tables where you can chat with other players and reserved tables where your friends have to ask you for permission before joining.
The adware program displays ads periodically which point to the network sites and mostly deal with online gambling. Casino.Net displays popup ads periodically in IE as well as its own non-browser windows.
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* WARNING : Modifying your registry or system files can render your system unusable in case of any error.
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By master_watchmaker in forum Other Affiliate NetworksReplies: 11Last Post: December 23rd, 2003, 09:31 PM