PerHead.co Blames Affiliate for Scam

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C Costigan
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PerHead.co Blames Affiliate for Scam

PerHead.co has released a statement in response to the report featured on the Gambling911.com website citing a scam being perpetrated by someone with ties to that pay per head company.

PerHead.co expressed “outrage” over these news reports while failing to apologize for the actions of this affiliate, for whom they claim to have shut him down and seized his account.

WagerHome.com, PerHead.com, theRx.com and EOG.com each were used to perpetrate the scheme whereby the offender used emails with domains belonging to the later two websites in an effort to steal away customers from both WagerHome.com and PerHead.com.

The statement from PerHead.co reads in part:

The management team from perhead.co is outraged over recent accusations made by the popular online gaming news outlet gambling911. The website claims that perhead.co is a new company that is attempting to steal skins. The site goes on to say that perhead.co is direct marketing to emails of other popular forums. Perhead.co is not a new company. The domain itself was purchased in 2011. Our operations date back much further, to as early as 1999 here in Costa Rica.

A rep for WagerHome.com tells Gambling911.com, "the sports betting and pay per head community in Costa Rica is small and everyone knows everyone else but nobody knows anything about these guys (PerHead.co)."

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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