It's happened twice now. I get an email about a new bingo site
and a cashable bonus. This time it was disguised as "Bingo Games
Fun". Has a nice big "CLICK HERE" button, which I know not to use.
But I'm always on the lookout for a bingo site I haven't visited and a chance to win on bonus money and cash out. So, a little mouse over and I see a 'female celebrity deals' name and know it's an affiliate link. I type 'bingogamesfun.com' into my browser, and am taken to basically the same advert as in the email. Curious, though, that the url changes to 'ahugewinner.com'.
Turns out the whole thing is a Bingo Knights
promo. Why they have to concoct such covert methods as this to get players in, I have no clue. Is it Bingo Knights or is it the rogue affiliates who are diverting us from this nice 'bingo games fun' site to BK? Both times I thought I was in for a treat, I ended up at Bingo Knights.
And 'ahugewinner.com' by itself takes me to a site advertising the Cool Cat
and friends links for those wonderful bonuses you don't know you can't use without a deposit in between if you are inexperienced. I am leaning toward this being the work of the affiliate but surely Bingo Knights is aware of what methods their affiliates are using.
Anyone can be an affiliate. But this is becoming as bad as those scam letters from Nigeria asking us for help and offering millions in return. It's sick and immoral and what is wrong with the world today.
Thank God we have Zuga and this site here to always give us the REAL deal and usually an even better cashable sign-up bonus.