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1881  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: CRYPTOBOOST ⇧ LIVE WALLET BALANCE ⇧ 75 BTC PAID ⇧ WEEKLY BONUS ⇧ 4 MONTHS ONLINE on: February 25, 2016, 10:29:43 AM
Well, of course that the extra money comes from the other investor. But I don't understand what you are trying to prove here. It is a ponzi, okay. Some people LOSE (if they don't do the math), okay. So what? I've profited about 30times and in your opinion I'm obviously a part ot them and have stolen from other people. And... ? What is your great point here ?

So what? You're a scumbag who doesn't care if he has to shit all over other people in order to make a little profit, that's what. Have some red text so that everybody else knows this when dealing with you in future.
1882  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: CRYPTOBOOST ⇧ LIVE WALLET BALANCE ⇧ 75 BTC PAID ⇧ WEEKLY BONUS ⇧ 4 MONTHS ONLINE on: February 25, 2016, 09:46:12 AM
be more specific please.

Wow. Just. Wow.

Ok, how about your own reply:
They have paid more than invested

Specific enough for you?

Where is the extra money to pay people coming from? You think these scumbags are giving their own money away or something?

And btw could you give me an example of other ponzi that is as transparent as this one?

Irrelevant. Utterly irrelevant.

Let me explain something to you. If you participate in these ponzi scams in full knowledge that the 'profit' you are seeking is that which is taken from later investors by the operators, who will share some of their 'profit' with you as a reward for helping their scam through your early participation, you are as guilty of theft as they are. You are an accomplice to the crime of fraud and theft.

If you don't particularly care that your 'profit' is that which is being taken from later users who will lose their funds, this makes you a demonstrably untrustworthy person.

Do you understand what I am saying? Think *very* carefully before you reply.

1883  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: CRYPTOBOOST ⇧ LIVE WALLET BALANCE ⇧ 75 BTC PAID ⇧ WEEKLY BONUS ⇧ 4 MONTHS ONLINE on: February 25, 2016, 08:51:02 AM
the chance that this one collapse in the next few months or even a year is miserable. Why would it collapse? Please back it with a logical and strong arguments.

You want logical and strong arguments? Ok, here's one . . . . . . .ready? . . . . here it comes . . . .
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1884  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: [NEW] COINBLAST 48HOUR DOUBLER [INDEPENDENT SERVERS] on: February 25, 2016, 08:48:35 AM
IMPORTANT!!! THIS IS A PONZI SCAM
DO NOT SEND THIS SCUMBAG ANY MONEY


See? Anyone can do big red letters.
1885  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: CRYPTOBOOST ⇧ LIVE WALLET BALANCE ⇧ 75 BTC PAID ⇧ WEEKLY BONUS ⇧ 4 MONTHS ONLINE on: February 25, 2016, 07:48:05 AM
Okay , it seems it is still very hard for you to understand how CryptoBoost works and how the site is able to stay online in future without collapsing,..

I can only imagine it's because you categorized CryptoBoost as any other ponzi site without even understanding how it works,..


You *are* exactly like every other Ponzi site. Simply repeating the same lie over and over again doesn't make it a truth.

Let me ask you something:
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Total Deposited : 67.02682437 BTC

Total Paid : 75.55572545 BTC

Where did that 8.5BTC 'profit' come from if it wasn't money stolen from the last depositors in the queue?

1886  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Scrypt.CC | Scrypt Cloud Mining on: February 25, 2016, 07:43:01 AM
No, what you do is file a complaint explaining that you have lost money to a website which fraudulently misrepresented itself and claimed to be providing a legitimate service which you have since discovered was nothing but a ponzi-based scam.

That will be sufficient for the complaint to be sent to a department which handles financial fraud. As has been said, there are enough cases of these ponzi schemes now being pursued by law enforcement to warrant the effort of making a complain. Particularly so in this case as the website is still live, which suggests there is potential for more people to be defrauded, adding impetus to any investigation.

1887  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: PAID 0.068+ BTC.. BRAND NEW REAL PAYING BITCOIN DOUBLER. min 0.0007 bitcoin. on: February 24, 2016, 03:45:42 PM
Which part of, "They are all ponzi scams" is hard to understand?

HYIPS don't sell anything, they don't produce anything, they simply take money that people are sending to them and use it to pay earlier 'investors', hence, PONZI!

In fact, HYIPS are worse than admitted Ponzi 'doublers' because many of the 'investors' might not actually realise that they aren't investing in a legit operation. But that's ok, because once I've posted a suitable warning they *will* know.

That way it will help to stop naive users from making a mistake and hopefully discourage people who do know what these operations really are from participating in them and hoping to turn a 'profit' from the misfortune of other people. The operators of these scams absolutely depend on your participation in order to make them function as intended, which, if you are in full knowledge of this fact, makes you an accomplice.

There are legitimate gaming, gambling and investment services you can use. There is no justifiable reason to support the scams in this sub-forum through your participation in them.

1888  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: PAID 0.068+ BTC.. BRAND NEW REAL PAYING BITCOIN DOUBLER. min 0.0007 bitcoin. on: February 24, 2016, 03:25:29 PM
I didn't say you couldn't play, I just said that in knowing full well where you hope your 'profit' to come from, your choice to participate clearly proves you to be an untrustworthy person.

Getting tagged with red doesn't affect you, it just makes sure that anybody else who deals with you in future knows that you don't particular care how you make money, even if it is stolen from other users.
1889  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: PAID 0.068+ BTC.. BRAND NEW REAL PAYING BITCOIN DOUBLER. min 0.0007 bitcoin. on: February 24, 2016, 03:05:09 PM
Do not participate in this ponzi scam. Any profit you are hoping to make is that which is stolen from later users who will lose their money when the scheme collapses, which it will, as they ALL do.

Your decision to participate in these schemes in full knowledge that the operators are taking deposits from other users and sharing some of it with you, makes you an accomplice to fraud and theft.

This marks you as untrustworthy and, as a result, your forum account will be marked as such.

You have been warned.
1890  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: CRYPTOBOOST ⇧ LIVE WALLET BALANCE ⇧ 75 BTC PAID ⇧ WEEKLY BONUS ⇧ 4 MONTHS ONLINE on: February 24, 2016, 02:27:45 PM
Firstly I never said it's not a ponzi,..

Secondly you say you perfectly understand how CryptoBoost works and argue it will collapse because it's a ponzi and every ponzi collapse,..

yet you ignored this part of FAQ you quoted above :

"What happens if there is no more funds in hot wallet?
In that case last deposits will be cancelled and recycled back in to hot wallet."

ORLY? Let's just check that ponzi rule again, just to be sure:
Quote from: Lying scumbag Ponzi scammer
Players joining CryptoBoost agree to participate in financial pyramid, which works according to the principles "For the previous at the expense of the next".

Now, how exactly are you going to refund a deposit if it has already been distributed to earlier participants and they have withdrawn their 'profit' and left the pyramid?



1891  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: XBTMine - FAST CLOUDMINING on: February 24, 2016, 02:12:19 PM
Added. Here is a photo of the mining equipment: http://imgur.com/eOSLM8C.

Why did you post a picture of GPU miners?

1892  Economy / Reputation / Re: [ABUSE] Mexxer-2 ABUSE OF TRUST SYSTEM - APPEAL TO ALL THE MAIN ADMINS. on: February 24, 2016, 11:18:54 AM
First of all he's accusing me of promoting a ponzi scheme. I admit that i'm involved (as investor or gambler) in gambling and investor-based section games

Right, so you send money to ponzi scams in the hope that somebody further down the queue will get ripped off when it inevitably collapses. But not before some of their funds are sent you to as a reward for your collaboration with the scammers.

Because that is essentially what you are wanting to be paid with, a share taken from other people's money. The operators of these schemes are sharing the proceeds of theft with earlier participants. They are paying you for helping to keep their scam running.

This pretty much is the definition of somebody who is not trustworthy.

Think I'll contribute to the appraisal of your character, too.
1893  Local / Mining (Deutsch) / Re: Gruppenkauf Solo Mining - Bitcoin Run The next Generation 2 on: February 24, 2016, 10:21:51 AM
Ah, ok, thanks Willi.
1894  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Cloud Mining - Please help a newbie on: February 24, 2016, 10:04:20 AM
I suggest you try reading it properly.
1895  Local / Mining (Deutsch) / Re: Gruppenkauf Solo Mining - Bitcoin Run The next Generation 2 on: February 24, 2016, 10:03:24 AM
Hi Willi, do I need to post the address to send my btc to in this thread?
1896  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: XBTMine - FAST CLOUDMINING on: February 24, 2016, 07:41:16 AM
That mining rig looks bad-ass next to mine. It does .5 GH/hour.

http://tinyurl.com/zblgs9e

LOL! Actually I think your mining rig earns more than the OP's because, after all, the OP doesn't own any.
1897  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: YachtoGage - BTC investment solutions for success. on: February 24, 2016, 07:11:59 AM
Hello Admin
Sorry was away. Yes I got my 2nd withdrawal. Thanks again

If you fail to respond to my questions concerning your reasoning for continuing to participate and, in essence, support obviously fraudulent ponzi scams, I will have to assume that you are actually nothing more than a shill for them. Sure, you post in some threads accusing the OP of being a scammer, but then there are a number of other, equally obvious, scams you appear perfectly happy to encourage.

This is the behaviour of a sock-puppet account being used by the ponzi operators to falsely paint a picture of a genuine interest from an 'investor'.

1898  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: XBTMine - FAST CLOUDMINING on: February 24, 2016, 07:08:07 AM
I just refilled the hotwallet. Sorry for those who could not got the chance to withdraw.

Why did you post a picture of GPU miners?
1899  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: YachtoGage - BTC investment solutions for success. on: February 23, 2016, 03:22:56 PM
@kerablock

You claim that you will not invest in ponzi schemes yet you repeatedly appear to be participating in obviously fraudulent scams which, while they don't tell you they are a ponzi, clearly are.

In this absurdity of a thread we see you absolutely ignoring the glaring fact that the OP claims to be a world-renowned name in the yachting industry, yet their domain was only registered four weeks ago. Their website is hilariously bad and entirely void of useful content other than talking about how you can 'invest' with them etc. etc.

I'll ask you again, are you claiming that you genuinely believe YachtoGage to be a, in your words, 'serious' investment company?
1900  Local / Mining (Deutsch) / Re: Gruppenkauf Solo Mining - Bitcoin Run The next Generation 2 on: February 23, 2016, 02:12:38 PM
Excellent news! Well done.

How much time is there left for this run?

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