Following reports that white label platform DIY Dating has closed its doors, White Label Dating are offering 100% revenue share to its partners.
DIY Dating’s site recently went offline and sources say the company has closed down.
And any DIY Dating partners with sites operating on the white label platform are being offered a deal with Windsor-based White Label Dating.
If these partners transfer their portfolio to White Label Dating by 31st May, they will receive 100% revenue share and a £1,000 “cash bounty”.
WLD was founded in 2003 and has paid out upwards of £100m to over 1,700 partners.
Steve Pammenter, co-founder and COO of White Label Dating said: “We’re confident that this exclusive 100% revenue share, offered very rarely to new partners, can help DIY Dating partners make up for revenue lost during the company’s downtime over the last week.
“Meanwhile, the £1,000 cash bounty will allow them to reinvest and scale. Combined with our strong conversion rates, new partners could be significantly boosting their dating revenues in no time.”
To find out about the offer, email White Label Dating at email@example.com.