BetNGo Affiliates Program Review
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BetNGo Affiliates have poorly defined affiliate terms and conditions and run on a network with serious player issues. Close
Earnings & Commisions
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Revenue Calculation Formula
Net Revenue = Gross proceeds – operational fees, bonuses and customer rewards, fees to software suppliers, PSP charges, charge backs
CPA – Not Available.
Negative Carry Over – Not defined.
Minimum Payment – €50.
Payment Date – Within the first 14 days of the month.
Payment Methods – Not defined.
Sub Affiliate Commission – None.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Activity Quota – No.
High Roller Policy – None.
How long does player revenue last? – Revenue for referred players is paid for the lifetime of the player’s activity.
Are earnings from different products bundled – Yes.
Are earnings from different brands bundled – Not Applicable.
Tracking Cookies Duration – No information listed.
Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.
Verticals – Casino, Live Casino, Poker, Sportsbook
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – +356 2131 4984
Country Restrictions for Players – USA, US Minor Outlying Islands, US Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Guam, Israel, Curacao, Northern Marina Islands, Puerto Rico, Turkey, Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom
Country Restrictions for Affiliates – None
Languages Available for players – English
Software providers used – Betsoft, Microgaming
Player Issues – BetNGo themselves do not have any notable player issues that we’re aware of. However they do run on WL Services, a white label provider. This provider has previously allowed their licensees to close without paying players. As such we view any operator running on their platform to be high risk to player funds.
For references see – http://thepogg.com/appendix-casino-reviews/#WL_Services_NV_Group.
Affiliate Issues – We are aware of no unresolved affiliate issues at any major affiliate portals.
If running on a white label provider that had let players bear the brunt for its operators failure wasn’t enough to give us second thoughts about promoting BetNGo, reading their affiliate terms and conditions would have been. This contract is full of statements like:
“WL Services NV established in Curaçao runs an online business through the web site ww.betngo.com, hereafter called “WL”. XXXX agree to promote the site www.betngo.com for the return of a revenue share from customers it channels to www.betngo.com, hereinafter called “XXXX”;”
where ‘XXXX’ – like what most people would put in if they wanted to go back and fill in a detail later – is used to refer to companies. Hardly what we’d consider a professionally drafted legal agreement.
On top of this the terms fail to clarify a large range of very important information. Does this program carry negative balances forward? Do they bundle earnings from different products? There are even mistakes in their revenue ladder that we’ve corrected to what we believe they intend in this review.
Overall our advice to affiliates would be to avoid BetNGo Affiliates.
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