Stay Lucky Partners Affiliate Program Review
|Stay Lucky Partners Affiliates represent four casino operators owned by Prism Marketing who we believe to be a re-branding of Tall Mountain Limited. We believe this company to have strong ties to the Blacklisted Game Tech Group N.V. and as such strongly discourage all affiliates from signing up with them.||Submit a complaint Join Program|
Earnings & Commisions
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Revenue Ladder = 30%
Revenue Calculation Formula
Net Revenue = Not defined.
CPA – Yes, but no details provided.
Negative Carry Over – Yes, see below:
“5.14 Commission due to the Affiliate at the end of each month can never be negative. All negative amounts will be carried over to the following months until any net loss is recovered from Net Revenues generated in those succeeding months.”
Minimum Payment – €300
Payment Date – Within the first 22 days of the subsequent month.
Payment Methods – Bank Transfer, Neteller, Skrill.
Sub Affiliate Commission – No.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Activity Quota – Yes, see below:
“5.2 On joining this affiliate program your account will be set to our default commission of 30% of net revenue subject to achieving a new Qualified Account. In any 3 month period where failure to deliver one new a Qualified Account will result in a base commission rate of 25% of net revenue.”
We would not consider the reduced rate to be low enough to be a Minimum Activity Quota in its truest form.
High Roller Policy – No.
How long does player revenue last? – Lifetime of the player.
Are earnings from different products bundled – Yes.
Are earnings from different brands bundled – Yes.
Tracking Cookies Duration – No information listed.
Tracking Cookies Overwritten – No information listed.
Verticals – Casino
Email – email@example.com
Country Restrictions for Players – United States of America, Moldova, Malta, Cyprus and Israel
Country Restrictions for Affiliates – None
Languages Available for players – English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
Software providers used – Booming, Booongo, Fugaso, GameScale, Net Entertainment, Playson
Player Issues – We have gathered significant evidence strongly indicating that if Prism Marketing are not owned by the same people as Game Tech Group N.V. that there is at least a very close working relationship between these groups.
The Game Tech Group N.V. operators have a large array of player issues.
This group have been caught running fake versions of Net Entertainment games. As far as we are aware the current Net Entertainment games they offer are genuine.
To begin with they carry terms and conditions restricting the maximum allowed bet a player can make, even when not playing with a bonus. This is highly problematic as players who decline bonuses expect to be able to play without restriction beyond those detailed within the games they play. Worse than this however, this group have been enforcing this rule on the entire balance. For example a player makes a deposit and places one bet that violates the maximum bet rule, the operator then considers all funds in the player’s balance void to them. This term and the way it’s being used is beyond Predatory and goes all the way into totally unethical.
During the management of a complaint dealing with the above, when it became clear that we would not support the operator in this practice instead directing the player to the operator’s regulator the operator became non-responsive. This then impacted another complaint where the operator openly admitted that they were due payment to the player and had agreed to pay the necessary instalments. When they became non-responsive to us they once again stopped paying the instalments that’d they’d acknowledged they owed. It should be noted that this issue was ultimately resolved when the operator paid the final instalment 3 years after the player won.
The Malta Gaming Authority ultimately ruled against the use of these terms and conditions after taking legal advice that concluded that the terms would not be compliant with European consumer rights laws, but the Game Tech Group N.V. refused to comply with the ruling as they’d switched to an alternative regulator by this point.
Throughout our experiences with this group we have seen numerous examples of the operator manipulating players with a ‘maybe if you played a bit more we’d be able to pay you faster’ approach after extended payment delays. This in entirely unacceptable as a professional practice.
For references see – http://thepogg.com/appendix-casino-reviews/#AffPower_Group
Affiliate Issues –
The clear associations between Prism Marketing and Game Tech Group N.V. should be highly concerning for any player or affiliate. The Game Tech Group N.V. are one of the most widely recognised rogue operators in the industry and any affiliate that is sending traffic to companies associated with this group are, in our opinion, putting their traffic at risk and damaging the industry as a whole. We cannot emphasise strongly enough that we view affiliates working with these companies to share culpability with the operator when players are mistreated.
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