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June 25, 2015, 01:09:21 AM
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Hi friend
Asmoney.com  is multycrypto wallet and exchanger, I like this site but I must test the site first before more further used or deal big transaction.
since signed up 4 weeks ago I just used for collect and store cryptocoin from many faucets. Great earning everyday. (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Peercoin and Dash). I never sent to any address, I just really collect and store them, but after morethan 3 weeks,  I checked my bitcoin address at http://bitref.com and  https://blockchain.info/address, I was shocked, there are many sending transaction. about 64% bitcoin was sent to other address. Now I must stop using asmoney as a wallet to store bitcoin and altcoin, Be carefull of their cheat,  Please check also your bitcoin address on bitref.com or blockchain.info.
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June 25, 2015, 01:14:05 AM
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Thanks for the heads up.  Are you sure it is the wallet, and not a hack/trojan/etc that has infected your system?
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June 25, 2015, 01:28:05 AM
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Thank's for your information
Im never use exchanger like that, but that company have a great licensi from geotrust

https://sealsplash.geotrust.com/splash?&dn=www.asmoney.com

are you has contacted support ?

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June 25, 2015, 01:44:18 AM
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I understand there are outgoing transactions from your wallet address, but did your balance on the site itself change ?
Many online exchanges will move your balance around as needed, but it shouldnt impact your own balance on the site. It's quite possible that you are mistaking such transactions with "hack".
Check your balance if there's something missing, and report again, and in the meantime contact their support.
No exchange, no matter how small will steal your coins from faucets, and if you accidently picked up mallware, trust me, they wouldn't leave 1 satoshi behind.

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June 25, 2015, 01:56:53 AM
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I understand there are outgoing transactions from your wallet address, but did your balance on the site itself change ?
Many online exchanges will move your balance around as needed, but it shouldnt impact your own balance on the site. It's quite possible that you are mistaking such transactions with "hack".
Check your balance if there's something missing, and report again, and in the meantime contact their support.
No exchange, no matter how small will steal your coins from faucets, and if you accidently picked up mallware, trust me, they wouldn't leave 1 satoshi behind.

cheers

oh i remember it, that like Xapo wallet, If i deposit to my xapo address i will receive that found, and if send My Bitcoin from xapo to coinbase or blockchain my fund not going anywhere, still at my xapo address but my fund reduced in accordance with how much I send


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June 25, 2015, 04:45:36 AM
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I understand there are outgoing transactions from your wallet address, but did your balance on the site itself change ?
Many online exchanges will move your balance around as needed, but it shouldnt impact your own balance on the site. It's quite possible that you are mistaking such transactions with "hack".
Check your balance if there's something missing, and report again, and in the meantime contact their support.
No exchange, no matter how small will steal your coins from faucets, and if you accidently picked up mallware, trust me, they wouldn't leave 1 satoshi behind.

cheers

oh i remember it, that like Xapo wallet, If i deposit to my xapo address i will receive that found, and if send My Bitcoin from xapo to coinbase or blockchain my fund not going anywhere, still at my xapo address but my fund reduced in accordance with how much I send

Yes, exactly like that. I'm not saying how that's the case 100% here with op, but it's just likely to be.
Let's wait for him to check out his balance for withdraws, or real missing funds, only then can we claim how this was a theft of sorts.

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September 14, 2015, 02:51:15 PM
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its natural if you cannot see your balance on the blockchain. There are hundreds of wallet in this type of websites and blockchain cannot show right information. also you can transfer and withdraw your balance in asmoney but the transactions occur off the blockchain.   I created a faucet script that use asmoney as payment processor, I am a member of this site over one year and they are absolutely honest and not scam.


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September 08, 2016, 03:54:20 PM
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Did someone here insinuate that Xapo is a scam? Ive purchased $300 United States FIAT and deposited into my Xapo wallet from a physical BTC ATM. Then transferred the funds to LocalBitcoins.com. It took over 1 hour for the funds to arrive.
But I have had an experience where I transferred the funds into a site like FishBitFish which is now defunct and it didnt arrive. Why? Because some sites don't accept payments from micropayment wallets. Xapo doesn't pay the transaction fee in the traditional way that you would be required to. So to use Xapo properly I would transfer it to a Hard-Drive wallet like MultiBit prior to any large transfers. Especially if it's a large amount. Although I've sent 50 cents to specific online wallets directly from Xapo in the past.
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September 08, 2016, 04:08:22 PM
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Is Asmoney is a scam? I cannot verify. Whether I would use it for on the spot payments is hard to say.
In terms as using it a storage or sort of bitcoin bank. I've had a small faucet deposit invested for about a year now. But I'm skeptical to deposit large funds. I think it also used to be 5% per year and now its 4%. But I could be mistaken. For example $10 could generate approximately 50 cents a year. I might reconsider if the website had more reputation. Lets consider big reputable companies... Mt.Gox
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September 08, 2016, 04:13:09 PM
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The site seems funny to me.No wonder you're starting a scam accusation.How do you even come across such C- grade exchanges ? Google is so not your best friend bud.

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June 08, 2017, 01:25:30 PM
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I visited asmoney.com and decided to contact them. I used both telephone numbers on their website. One number is not connecting the other claims they know nothing about asmoney.com saying it the wrong number.  They do not respond to emails.

I decided to do some research and found these points to note:

- Their copyright notice at the footer of the website shows 2014
- Their FAQ shows: Asmoney is a trademark of AMN Technologies Ltd registered in the United Kingdom under the registry number 8801297
- That company was closed down or stuck off the register on 31st May 2016 but asmoney.com website is still showing it as its owners
- Even though the company was struck off a year ago, their SSL certificate was renewed last month in May 2017


The sole director/shareholder of AMN Technologies Ltd is a Lithuanian who is also the sole shareholder/director of another company: VODANET BRITISH LTD

Are there people here with any reviews or experiences with asmoney.com?

I was going to start a new thread but after a search engine query found this old one so posted a message here.

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November 06, 2017, 07:39:43 PM
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The minimum withdraw is 1mBTC. I only have half that amount. I don't think depositing is prudent unless someone can prove they are still paying.
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