I've been in the business of advertising online sportsbooks since 2005, mainly through websites oddsoddsodds.com and livelivelive.com as well as email marketing.
Sometime last year I made the mistake to start advertising b-Bets but the first payment actually arrived on my bank account, so nothing suspicious back then.
Now the situation is very different, Condor Affiliates owes me more then 4,500 Euro in commission payments (they don't deny the number itself) but refuses to pay. Instead, they have come up with a more or less sophisticated scheme in order to "save" that money. I have to admit, this is the lousiest business ethics I have experienced since 2005, I cannot remember something that absurd, though there have also been minor issues with other operators.
They are actually claiming that I know the player that generated the according revenue, so they're accusing me of a fraud here. This is absurd and also an insult for me personally, the entire time operating in the business, I've never been involved in manipulation, needless to say. I asked them several times for any kind of evidence for this claim - but you wouldn't believe, Condor simply keeps refusing to answer this question.
So, if someone here knows any method how I can prove on my own that I don't now that respective player, please tell me, I'm very open for suggestions. I don't know any way to do this and think, it's logically absolutely impossible.
Condor themselves basically say: We don't pay if we don't like to and we don't need to support our accusations.
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