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WebsiteSponsors
03-15-1999, 07:45 PM
Hello, I don't mean to dig up buried bones or anything. But a while ago while surfing the net for sponsors for my site I came across another gambling site called "Casino Fantasy."

The thing that got me was that they looked exactly like CyberThrill. All the banners were the same and the index pages look almost identical.

I contacted them (fantasy casino)by email asking them if they were the same. They then replied to me acting like they weren't.

Finding it hard to believe, I then went to the internic site and looked up each domain name in there data base. What I found was pretty interesting:

*The registrant info is from the same place.
*Fanasy Casino uses Yahoo mail for their contact and billing info. (a little suspicious?)
*Their data bases were both updated last on the same date.
*Their domain servers are all identical.

Maybe I am just paranoid or something http://www.very-cool-stuff.com/ubb/smile.gif
But needless to say that I have banned gambling advertisements on my website since Cyberthrill gave them all a bad name.

Thanks for reading,
Chet
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oscarfish
03-15-1999, 07:59 PM
Hi Chet,

Yes, they are the same, and their programs are similar - the only difference is that Cyberthrill "pays" you 20 cents per click, and I believe Casino Fantasy "pays" you 25% of gambling profits you refer.

They're also similar in the respect that neither of them actually pay you http://www.very-cool-stuff.com/ubb/smile.gif

I think I read somewhere that depending on where are visitor comes from (geographically), instead of going to Cyberthrill, a visitor may be redirected to Casino Fantasy - it seems to be more internationally oriented.

Thanks for listening...

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Ryan Yadsko
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Vincent
03-30-1999, 07:26 PM
Yeah! CasinoFantasy is actually the same as CyberThrill. CyberThrill has tricked webmasters by changing domain names. CashForClicks, CyberFantasy, all those are cheaters. They won't pay you. I have earned up to $1000, then they say I violated their terms and froze my account. Their payout rate looks great and 20cents per click. Yeah but they just trick webmasters and won't pay to anyone.

Don't sign up with them. Find a sponsors like SafeAudit, ClickTrade or ValueClick.

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[This message has been edited by Vincent (edited 03-30-99).]