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    The requirement you have for business growth are also an important factor. You may be looking for a number of young sites, established sites, access to a different market or an increase in your player pool. If the investment risk and reward are a good fit, make the purchase.

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    The offer would have to be very appealing to be paying 2 years.

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    I would say 1 year revenue on diverse account. That's an educating guess from negotiating these in past.

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    I would say 12 months max
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moroccan View Post
    I would say 12 months max
    Wow, bump up a topic that is over a 2 YEARS old with a post like that?

    Back on topic, since this thread is revived now thanks to the spammer. I never thought about buying rakeback accounts, but it sounds like a good idea, depending on the prices, and the history of those player accounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bauss View Post
    Wow, bump up a topic that is over a 2 YEARS old with a post like that?

    Back on topic, since this thread is revived now thanks to the spammer. I never thought about buying rakeback accounts, but it sounds like a good idea, depending on the prices, and the history of those player accounts.
    How about another bump. I think 12 months would be pretty insane in this current environment with sites going all "anti-grinder" "anti-RB" "focus on recreational players or GTFO" kind of mentality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PROFRBcom View Post
    How about another bump. I think 12 months would be pretty insane in this current environment with sites going all "anti-grinder" "anti-RB" "focus on recreational players or GTFO" kind of mentality.
    Any one sell there affiliate account? Linking site? Value on that?

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    It wasn't too clear. Can anyone recommend a place to actually buy rakeback players?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogeDigital View Post
    It wasn't too clear. Can anyone recommend a place to actually buy rakeback players?
    i dont think no one really wanna sell their players unless they leave the buisness or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasTilt View Post
    i dont think no one really wanna sell their players unless they leave the buisness or something
    Agreed. Why sell the good players? I'd be very leery of anyone wanting to sell me a sheet of active and high volume players. I wouldn't expect it to last long after I bought it...


 

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