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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2005

    www.888.com Allowing Scamming & Spamming

    Here is a company that represents Pacific Poker and Casino on Net and seems not to care about the illicit activities of their affiliates. www.888.com
    has become the scammers and the spammers of online casino gambling over the past 6-8 months.

    They allow their affiliates to steal information off others websites and then steal their traffic for different search terms. Also they allow their affiliates to redirect traffic from their websites without opening up and going directly to the www.888.com website.

    It is quite apparent if you start checking Google, MSN and Yahoo.com regarding different search terms. If you check the search term "craps game"
    on Yahoo.com you will understand what I am talking about.

    There is one fellow who has five different phony urls listed that redirect from the llisted pages of Yahoo to their website gamblingfoo.com. As well there is another fellow redirecting traffic from his website urls directly to www.888.com with the only thing you see from his supposed websites is the word craps before it opens to www.888.com. Here are some of his spam sites.

    Definitely www.888.com has decided to do nothing about their illicit actions of their affiliates, heck they are reportedly doing it themselves by spamming peoples blogs as well as creating their own redirect blogs.

    If you want to find out how popular they are check how they are rated by different online gambling websites as being a rogue and blacklisted casino.
    They have even had their license suspended as being a recognized casino affiliate program.

    If you are thinking of playing either poker at Pacific Poker or playing at Casino on Net, I wouldn't. Why support an outfit that doesn't play by the rules as well as having no respect or regards for casino webmasters who are playing by the rules.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2011

    Re: www.888.com Allowing Scamming & Spamming

    Spammers and scammers are really headaches.

    Thanks for the information!

    I was planning to play in www.888.com, but this is a big turn off...

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