So I completed an OOD offer, 2 months go, I was told that they never were told by the casino that I did it, so I asked if they could contact the casino and ask directly. I asked like 4 times but they never did, I received no response, then a few days ago I emailed them again and they said the casino I did closed so I wouldn't be getting credit. $300 later that I blew on the casino, no credit received.
Another thing is I had 2 referals do OOD offers on a different site, and they did that offer, neither one of them got their credit either.
I was one away from finishing tier 3 on NB4F, and they turned 8 greens, red. I was plenty pissed off too, although I noticed some of them looked fishy to begin with.
[quote75b7b37cd4="Tholek"]I was one away from finishing tier 3 on NB4F, and they turned 8 greens, red. I was plenty pissed off too, although I noticed some of them looked fishy to begin with.[/quote75b7b37cd4]
Oh crap, that site has been your life's work too. (
If that really were my life's work, then I ought to be shopping for a shotgun with a toe attatchment. ;)
Yeah, I was livid, but after googling those who went red, I saw one or two were scammers on eBay, and a couple more looked suspect too. Not to mention that two of them were the same person, with the [idfcfe93513]same[/idfcfe93513] email address, and he actually went green....twice.
Needless to say, I knew trouble was coming with that guy. Not to mention the trade I did....
So, I'm pissed, but not accusing OC of pulling a fast one on me. I don't know my refs, so I can't attest to those reds being legit, and what evidence I [idfcfe93513]do[/idfcfe93513] see, doesn't paint them in a good light.
In the end, I just don't see me trying for tier three again. NB4F may not have been my life's work, but I think I can attribute more than a few wrinkes to it, at least. (