Investigation of Grand Prive Affiliates

07 December 2009

Newspaper

This was released today by eCogra!

eCOGRA facilitates submission of affiliate claims

London, 7 December 2009 - Following a number of Internet-based allegations concerning payments following the closure of the Grand Priv’ Affiliate Program on 1 December 2008, eCOGRA’s professional services have been engaged by the management of the company.

Pursuant to an independent and fair resolution of the issues involved, eCOGRA has been tasked with:
Independently investigating the manner in which the Program was terminated and the reasons therefore; subsequently compiling a full and transparent report.
Gathering and verifying claims by any affiliate that considers an amount still to be owing by the Program as a result of player wagering activity subsequent to 1 December 2008; and
Carrying out a full and independent review by suitably qualified staff of the program software and data to confirm amounts owing to claimants at 21 December 2009.
eCOGRA is open to all submissions concerning the closure and payments owed, and urges affiliate watchdog organisations in receipt of this email to assist it in order to ensure that respective affiliate members are informed of this opportunity to submit legitimate claims.

Claims can be submitted prior to 21 December 2009 at http://www.ecogra.org/grandprive.aspx. Former Grand Priv’ affiliates who believe they have a legitimate and verifiable claim will be asked to complete the Claim Submission Form that they will find on this link.

The following information will be required on the Claim Form, and will be treated in strict confidence:

  • FIRST NAME
  • LAST NAME
  • BANNER TAG
  • EMAIL ADDRESS
  • WEBSITES
  • PHYSICAL ADDRESS
  • TELEPHONE NUMBER
  • BANKING DETAILS
  • AMOUNT OF LAST PAYMENT RECEIVED FROM GRAND PRIV’
  • DATE OF LAST PAYMENT RECEIVED
  • Closing dates for submission of claims is 21 December 2009.

In the interests of transparency, eCOGRA’s findings will be publicly released on conclusion of the investigation.