Aced Poker closes, merges with Carbon
I received this e-mail today from ChipSplit, the company that manages my affiliate account.
Important Notice: Aced Closing
On Tuesday July 1st, 2014, the Aced brand and website is closing. Existing Aced players will be moved to their new home at CarbonPoker
The next time Aced players login to the game client, it will automatically update to CarbonPoker and they will be able to login with their Aced details.
When your players login to CarbonPoker they will be presented with a superior gaming experience. Not only does CarbonPoker offer a full Poker Room and Casino, but a full Sportsbook and Racebook to round off their gaming needs.
In cases where a player has a tracked account under Aced and CarbonPoker, the affiliate relationship will remain on CarbonPoker. If there is no affiliate tracking on the CarbonPoker account, then we will be able to carry over the affiliate tracking from their Aced player account to CarbonPoker.
We will update your Aced tracking links and banners to automatically redirect to CarbonPoker. Don't forget to update you site(s) reviews for Aced and replace them with a CarbonPoker review.
The Carbon brand is growing strong and we expect big things in 2014.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
The ChipSplit Team
I'm not sure if this is allowed and apologize (please edit) if not.
I am a very small affiliate that contains mostly friends from Pokerstars
Home Club and am aware that the staff and members at CardsChat is well versed in dealing with affiliate issues. Many of these members have accounts at both sites but linked to different affiliates. Is there any advice that I can give my members on how to keep their accounts that are affiliated with me?