This issue is similar to: https://www.askgamblers.com/casino-complaints/raging-bull-casino-spamming-my-email-please-leave-me-alone
Everyday, I'm getting around 5 emails promoting Raging Bull Casino. I've never signed up for this. They have embedded an image Imgur with the URL https://imgur.com/G9bW5HV (136,583 Views, 23 days ago), so you can see the scale of the spam assuming that they are embedding this image in every email recently.
There's an "Unsubscribe" link but that's a part of the image and is fake, so you can't opt out. Each email they send you is from a different email address.
Just to name a bunch:
When you click on the image in the spam email, the redirect journey goes through the following sites:
faceook.pw > grabtabx.com > wealthplayer.com > ragingbulllinks.com > ragingbullcampaign.com
I am pretty familiar with affiliate marketing so expect this to be a lowlife trying to get affiliate money.
- I'm not publishing the full URLs of the journey, but reach grabtabx.com there was "mohamed.rezzouki_/mohamed.rezzouki_/mohamed.rezzouki__UnknownOSPlatform" in the URL.
- Reaching wealthyplayer.com, affiliate_id=jOb
- Reaching ragingbullcampaign, affid=7242
Hopefully those parameters in the URL should help narrow down the lowlife scum. Super annoying get these emails everyday and having to report/delete them, especially when it's from a fresh email address which hasn't been flagged as spam (meaning it goes in your inbox rather than spam).
I see this site indicating a $180 CPA as a part of this affiliate program (in in no doubt I know there could be separate negotiations for better rates/bonuses for getting a certain amount of actions), that's quite substantial: