Gambling Wages Affiliate Program Reaches Out to Angry Customers

Written by:
C Costigan
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Gambling Wages

With all the hoopla of late related to online casino affiliate programs stiffing loyal affiliates (and presumably players as well) and ignoring them, it's good to find a stiffing online casino affiliate programs that is at least not ignoring their affiliates.

Such is the case with Gambling Wages, which today insists it is going to make good on monies owed to its online casino affiliates. 

Gambling Wages recently brought on Marty Davis, who everyone at Gambling911.com knows from the Nine.com days.  The Nine.com online gambling affiliate program we considered one of the best out there.

Posting on the Casino Affiliate Programs (CAP) Boards and reaching out to affiliates, Davis offered the following:


"Hello everyone I am new to the CAP posting forms but I am not new to the industry. I was formally the Chief Marketing Officer for NINE.COM and the 9am brand Affiliate Program, I have been in the industry for over 7 years.

"I am now the Sr. Marketing Manager for the Gambling Wages Affiliate Program and I was brought onboard primarily to take care of our most valuable resource our Affiliates!


"I am posting in order to reach out to the disgruntled Affiliates and handle their issues personally...I am here to help."

Davis has also announced he will be attending the iGaming Super Affiliate Show in Prague May 25-28, Volcano ash cloud permitting. 

Davis admits that the company is going to have to work hard to improve its image but this is certainly an area he has experience in.

Davis took over as Nine.com's Affiliate manager at a time when the owners were being blasted for running a telemarketing business in Vegas that went bust during the 1990's.  Nine.com, however, maintained a near stellar image for its 8 years in business prior to a buyout by the VIP.com Group.

Gambling Wages is working with other online gambling interests, including those involved with CAP to ensure compliance and improved transparency. 

Gambling911.com will continue to monitor Gambling Wages progress.

Interestingly enough, a search of the term "Gambling Wages Affiliate Program" yielded only one negative review on Google's first page.  Compare that to the Grand Prive Online Casino Affiliate Program, which yielded a remarkable 10 negatives on the first page of Google.

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher 


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