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BetUS.com Ends Its Online Gambling Affiliate Program

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/05/2011
BetUS.com Affiliate Program

Much to the dismay of online gambling affiliates across the world, more specifically those who focused their targeting on the US market, the BetUS.com affiliate program has come to an abrupt halt.

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BetUS.com initially stated they would stop accepting new clients from the US beginning in June but the company has continued to accept new customers from the States.  They just will no longer be crediting affiliates. 

BetUS insists it will continue to pay commissions on players referred to the site prior to June 1, though many affiliates are claiming they have not been paid since March. 

Here is a letter online gambling affiliates received on Tuesday from BetUS.com: 

Dear Afilliate,

On behalf of the team at BetUS Partners I would like to thank you for your continued support of our program through the years. Your dedication has meant a great deal to us and we have very much enjoyed working closely with you.

Unfortunately, the BetUS Partners Affiliate Program will cease to exist in its current form effective immediately. Nevertheless, we will remain committed to paying commissions on players acquired to date and will have staff available to you should you have any questions or concerns.

Since the BetUS Partners site will be taken offline, marketing materials and reporting will no longer be available. Please don't hesitate to contact us directly should you need to update your profile or payment instructions.

Thank you once again for your support and understanding. We wish you all the best and great success.

Kind regards,

BetUS.com Affiliate Team

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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