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Old 09-11-2013, 08:26 AM
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I am wondering about this company's business model. I don't see any advertisement on the site, and it is free to join. So where is their revenue coming from? I would read all the fine print before I gave them my personal info.
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Old 09-11-2013, 08:56 AM
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That is certainly one way to look at it. As a casino player myself, I look at it from the perspective that having one view of all my accounts will allow me to better manage all the information that these programs send my way. With all the information that I receive today I am simply overwhelmed. I dont know how many times I have missed out on expiring promotions or points. In addition, with one view I can compare and prioritize the promotions that I want to take advantage of. Reward View will be bringing features that make managing these accounts even easier.
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re: deleted posts speculating on whether or not this is spam

These posts are not spam. The new user registered with an email connected to the site and has been answering our questions. This is not a violation of our rules regarding spam.

I appreciate having someone here to answer questions as I'm not familiar with the site.

I encourage skepticism, but let's not attack the poor guy for answering questions asked. Thanks!
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i didnt see all programs there.
i couldnt find the cosmo identy one

and the palms.

am i just missing it,thanks
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Vegas Chatter has a post on it today...

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The business model for Reward View is in its emphasis. The terms and conditions clearly state that Reward View will not sale a members name. We do however disclose that we may sale aggregated information. Our desire is to use the aggregated information to help bring better targeted promotions to the membership from partner casinos. This may come in the form of advertisements, offers on the site, or email offers.
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My understanding is that Identity One just recently launched their player portal with points and that offers is coming in October.

I dont believe that Club Palms has a place for players to see points and offers. Let me know if I am wrong and we will add it to Reward View.



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i didnt see all programs there.
i couldnt find the cosmo identy one

and the palms.

am i just missing it,thanks
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:50 PM
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My understanding is that Identity One just recently launched their player portal with points and that offers is coming in October.

I dont believe that Club Palms has a place for players to see points and offers. Let me know if I am wrong and we will add it to Reward View.
about the palms i guess your right i cant see it on line only thru mailers and direct emails.

cosmo is kinda up you can see your points but thats it as of now,

interesting concept.i did sign up and slowly adding my accounts.

i wouder if somebody doesnt do this for airpla ne and hotels.
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i wonder if somebody doesn't do this for airplane and hotels.
Been lots over the years. Check out flyertalk.com
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I just signed up for Rewardview. Has anyone else joined? I have not spent a lot of time on it yet and it seems there are still portions of the site that are still in development, but overall, you get a basic pooling of all the popular Player's Cards out there. All of my mlife web-offers are showing, as well as Total Rewards. My points are showing as well. I was a little concerned about providing my mlife username and password, but curiosity got me.


Edit: just compared my mlife offers from the mlife site and from what Rewardview is grabbing. Rewardview is showing one extra MGM Grand offer that the mlife site is not showing. The mlife site is definitely more interactive, whereas Rewardview just sort of lists what offers you have available.

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