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March 26, 2014, 11:27:13 PM
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And don't forget the apparent 'loyalty bonuses', though I'd be happy with just the current rates and affiliates.

Nice to see some fightback from Stunna here. I'll be interested in seeing how the 'loyalty program' will work

Me too. Maybe it'll just be a you've been with us quite a while, so here  have some extra free BTC, or maybe something entirely different haha. I think our loyalty rewards itself really, and it most certainly will if Ritz doesn't pay out whilst also shaming all those that left haha.

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March 27, 2014, 12:31:41 AM
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And don't forget the apparent 'loyalty bonuses', though I'd be happy with just the current rates and affiliates.

Nice to see some fightback from Stunna here. I'll be interested in seeing how the 'loyalty program' will work

Me too. Maybe it'll just be a you've been with us quite a while, so here  have some extra free BTC, or maybe something entirely different haha. I think our loyalty rewards itself really, and it most certainly will if Ritz doesn't pay out whilst also shaming all those that left haha.

Counting down the days until they come crawling back. Mind, won't be bad if we're proven wrong.

Loyalty program suggests something more than a simple payout - unless it's a quarterly payout based on your posts, activity and length of unblemished service.

Of course, such a thing can be calculated programmatically, so it shouldn't add any extra complexity for Stunna when it comes to payouts.

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March 27, 2014, 12:34:19 AM
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I wonder if Stunna keeps a note of how long and how much people have been payed out for?

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March 27, 2014, 12:38:08 AM
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I wonder if Stunna keeps a note of how long and how much people have been payed out for?

I would be very surprised if he didn't. I know that if I were trying to keep tabs on payments and such, I would certainly have a system, whether its in a spreadsheet, or some custom-built program, I'd be tracking everything - if at least to see what my outgoings were vs potential returns (ideally via affiliate links).

Tracking information like that is really useful for making key decisions.

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March 27, 2014, 12:41:16 AM
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I wonder if Stunna keeps a note of how long and how much people have been payed out for?

I would be very surprised if he didn't. I know that if I were trying to keep tabs on payments and such, I would certainly have a system, whether its in a spreadsheet, or some custom-built program, I'd be tracking everything - if at least to see what my outgoings were vs potential returns (ideally via affiliate links).

Tracking information like that is really useful for making key decisions.

He uses a spreadsheed to work out payments, but not sure if he discards them after.

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March 27, 2014, 12:45:28 AM
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I wonder if Stunna keeps a note of how long and how much people have been payed out for?

I would be very surprised if he didn't. I know that if I were trying to keep tabs on payments and such, I would certainly have a system, whether its in a spreadsheet, or some custom-built program, I'd be tracking everything - if at least to see what my outgoings were vs potential returns (ideally via affiliate links).

Tracking information like that is really useful for making key decisions.

He uses a spreadsheet, but not sure if he uses a new one for every month and discards them.

Probably creates a new sheet each month and has a separate sheet that adds everything up across all of the months, section for statistics and such. Suppose it will be as simple or complex as necessary.

One thing that we do know is that PrimeDice must be doing consistently well to warrant paying out some of the best rates reliably.

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March 27, 2014, 01:20:03 AM
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We've kept a spreadsheet for every month Smiley

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March 27, 2014, 01:21:42 AM
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We've kept a spreadsheet for every month Smiley

It was said by a previous sig campaign owner that it would be cheaper to just participate in the weekly ad spots instead of running a campaign.

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March 27, 2014, 01:24:03 AM
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I wonder if Stunna keeps a note of how long and how much people have been payed out for?

I would be very surprised if he didn't. I know that if I were trying to keep tabs on payments and such, I would certainly have a system, whether its in a spreadsheet, or some custom-built program, I'd be tracking everything - if at least to see what my outgoings were vs potential returns (ideally via affiliate links).

Tracking information like that is really useful for making key decisions.

He can have the info from the forum if he looks carefully but I am also sure he has the info somewhere

I think this discussion would be best suited in the signature thread

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We've kept a spreadsheet for every month Smiley

There you go

We've kept a spreadsheet for every month Smiley

It was said by a previous sig campaign owner that it would be cheaper to just participate in the weekly ad spots instead of running a campaign.

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March 27, 2014, 01:39:06 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).
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March 27, 2014, 01:40:18 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.

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March 27, 2014, 01:43:57 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.
When I see a big glaring annoying red signature with symbols in it, I tend to think whoever puts that in their signature is midly bothering me Tongue
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March 27, 2014, 01:46:24 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.
When I see a big glaring annoying red signature with symbols in it, I tend to think whoever puts that in their signature is midly bothering me Tongue

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March 27, 2014, 01:51:15 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.
When I see a big glaring annoying red signature with symbols in it, I tend to think whoever puts that in their signature is midly bothering me Tongue

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March 27, 2014, 02:34:38 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.
When I see a big glaring annoying red signature with symbols in it, I tend to think whoever puts that in their signature is midly bothering me Tongue

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March 27, 2014, 03:00:06 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.

Yes, I played on PD after I advertised them when I would probably never have played on the site

A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Im kind of the opposite. If I see ten sigs in a row, I start ignoring them.
When I see a big glaring annoying red signature with symbols in it, I tend to think whoever puts that in their signature is midly bothering me Tongue

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March 27, 2014, 08:00:00 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Yeah, the ads the forum sell are quite ineffective in my opinion. I barely ever notice them at all. The signature ads are everywhere and very noticeable/effective. The big red sigs for PrimeDice were one of the first things I noticed about this forum. Stunna also uses the ad slots from time to time, but you probably didn't notice  Wink Grin

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March 27, 2014, 08:22:19 AM
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A sig campaign get people exited about the casino and create a lot of attention and traffic

I dunno about you guys, but I never pay attention to the ad spots that theymos sells, I just scroll down past them. Comparatively, when I see like 5 PD/Bitmixer/Zoomhash sigs in a row I tend to remember them a little bit more. And in general, I would prefer to use the sites that are willing to give back a little to their users (hence why I'm jumping ship once PD3 is out - had some issues with PD2).

Yeah, the ads the forum sell are quite ineffective in my opinion. I barely ever notice them at all. The signature ads are everywhere and very noticeable/effective. The big red sigs for PrimeDice were one of the first things I noticed about this forum. Stunna also uses the ad slots from time to time, but you probably didn't notice  Wink Grin

Never! Couldn't even have thought of it. Why would he in the first place? To spend extra money... Grin

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March 27, 2014, 10:06:21 AM
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Hello!
Tonight my PrimeDice account was hacked and 0.71 BTC stolen by anonymous bad guy. He changed password someway and cashout my bitcoins.
Is any way to restrict password change on my account or make it possible only from my e-mail?
Sorry for my bad English!
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March 27, 2014, 12:33:22 PM
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Hello!
Tonight my PrimeDice account was hacked and 0.71 BTC stolen by anonymous bad guy. He changed password someway and cashout my bitcoins.
Is any way to restrict password change on my account or make it possible only from my e-mail?
Sorry for my bad English!

Hey,

Please email support and we will try our best to help out and recover any stolen/misplaced funds.

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