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Trouble getting in touch with host?

Discussion in 'Comps' started by crp62885, Oct 13, 2016.

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  1. mrjvegas

    mrjvegas VIP Whale

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    my guess is that your host got let go. CET goes through them at fairly high rate.....heck so does Mlife for that matter. Seems like I get an email 3 to 4 times a year with a new host introducing themselves to me. I would give PH a ring or contact Hunter....I believe his contact info is available here.
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    if the host has left (good or bad), then CET has done what I consider totally unthinkable. The emails go to a dead email box. That is right up there with a phone number that goes to voicemail, but nobody is checking.

    If the employee is gone, tell us. Simple business.
     
  3. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    Wonder if there is any potential that your email is going to a spam box segment for some reason? My host (James) is thru PH & I always get an out of office if he will be out. Your first introductory email should have included a telephone number. I would try contacting by phone to see if he/she is even receiving your messages.
     
  4. crp62885

    crp62885 Tourist

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    Just curious, Last name start with a B?
     
  5. crp62885

    crp62885 Tourist

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    I just got a generic quarterly update about 3 weeks ago from him.. thats why I thought it was odd.
     
  6. jgates8

    jgates8 VIP Whale

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    No - M
     
  7. Pandemonium

    Pandemonium Tourist

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    Diamonds Level at CET is really nothing, I have a few friends who are diamonds at CET as well, and they don't even get to get a host even when we ask for one...smh
     
  8. crp62885

    crp62885 Tourist

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    They assigned this guy to me, so I assumed my play had warranted it. I dont know though.
     
  9. jgates8

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    Your play is what gets you a host or at least a Sales Exec. But each Diamond person achieved it in a different manner. My play is 500-1000 TC per day so I achieve Diamond in about 12-15 days (factoring in daily bonuses). Other players could still achieve Diamond by going 3x a week at 100 TC per day - probably more commonly seen at a regional property. Those players obviously won't receive the same type of offers & won't have a host. Others will achieve the Diamond in a couple days & receive massively higher free play offers.

    My host normally can't provide me with a lot more than I see on the site, however this upcoming trip he was great. I have an extra night in a Go room (6th night) for $15 vs the $95 on website. (1st 5 are comped). My friends received a slot tourney invite, while I received a BJ tourney offer. He also managed to add the slot tourney to mine - so it will be an outright battle amongst the 4 of us to see who places highest lol. So at times, they can definitely be a benefit.
     
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