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like i sayd in this forum, my dad is a nice poker player, and im thinking in referring him to play trougt bankrollmob, specially the gift offers, he already have an account in party poker, and everest Tongue so, im thinking in telling him about the paradise poker promotion.
he has his own moneybookers and neteller account, obviusly he had phone and ID, can i reffer him...there would be any problem??
i can tell him to use another computer to sign up....
waiting for response admin...

     
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I have a similar question.

I volunteer at my son's local elementary school, and I know a few staff members that like to play poker. I have already hinted to one person there to sign up and they did on their classroom computer. If I told another staff member and they signed up at the school would I get in trouble? for 2 computers at the same school to regester me being the affiliate?

     
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I honestly don´t know how the policy of having the same internet connection (IP) is handled by BRM. Many people share one connection even though they have 2 or more computers. Is this the case for both of you? In any case, I believe we should have a response as soon as possible. Good luck Thumbs Up

     
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goldenstud,
I would have to advise against that. It's rarely our investigation team approves an account if there's more than one account on that IP address, household etc.
If they signup with valid ID and everything looks right, then it might work.

     
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Posted by Administrator:
It's rarely our investigation team approves an account if there's more than one account on that IP address, household etc.


I recently encountered that problem when helping someone from my family setting up an account here. He´s an older man that loves poker but unfortunately is not very computer literate, so, since I have many machines running here, I thought that it would be no trouble to help him out. He ended up being denied full priviledge and did not like it, since he´s an important man here in Brasil, who never has to wait for anything, never receives a no. Well, I tried!

Although I understand brm´s concern for fraud, I also had to apologise a million times to this man, for the inconvenience.

     
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Posted by Administrator:
goldenstud,
I would have to advise against that. It's rarely our investigation team approves an account if there's more than one account on that IP address, household etc.
If they signup with valid ID and everything looks right, then it might work.


Fully understandable but its a shame. eg my neighbour wants to sign up through BRM but unfortunately for us we share a wireless connection and therefore have same IP. guess we have to borrow someone else PC for the job.

     
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Pilgrim,
If the account(s) doesn't look suspicious in any way - and they're not - then there's a change your neighbour will have his account approved too. But, if he uploads ID there's a much bigger chance, so our investigation team is more convinced that the 2 mob accounts in fact belongs to 2 different people.

     
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So, admin, my dad can open the account in my same computer, obviusly, he have ID, phone, and a bill to probe all his dates???

     
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this a very dangerous thing, in my opinion the best option is go to a cybercafe and open an acount from there, cos the IP detection is very close to the rules Sleepy

     
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vargoso,
I don't know sorry, it depends on alot of things. But use ID, you have best chances.


paulvl003,
If you signup from an internet cafe, you risk that somebody else did it before you, from there - and that's probably even worse.

     
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