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GamingRevenues, a Ordinary Scam?

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Launched in May 2008, Vulcan Poker promised to rapidly become one of the most appreciated poker rooms for players from Europe.

The fact that it was part of the large Ipoker family seemed to be a huge plus.

Therefore, at the suggestions of one of my acquaintances, I accepted to promote this poker room through Gamingrevenues, their affiliate platform.

Ever since the beginning, the affiliate manager was very open to my proposals and I succeeded in getting a series of extraordinary promotions for the member of my community. This gave me confidence and made me believe that I will have a very nice collaboration with Gamingrevenues, and the brand they promoted, Vulcan Poker.

Therefore, I started to invest massively in promoting and the results appeared in short time. For the moment, I was very proud for the choice I’ve made to promote this brand ahead of other poker rooms that were already acknowledged. Unfortunately, at some point, it all went down. The moment when they had to make the payments arrived… and the payments were not performed, not even until today. I tried to contact them in every possible way. I only got an answer after about a month when a lady tried to convince me that the payments will be completed within short time. As expected, these were simple words.

An acquaintance let me know that some changes took place within Gaming Revenues and I thought this would be the reason why the payments weren’t processed so far. However, I stopped promoting this brand as a consequence of their unreliability. This collaboration did not end well from my point of view. I might be wrong and GamingRevenues actually be a trustworthy partner, but it proved to be a disappointment to me.

I am writing this article to let people know and to recommend them not necessarily to avoid GamingRevenues, but to be more cautious in what concerns them.

I invite you to speak out your opinions and, why not, to comment on the topic on your blogs.

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