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September 22, 2015, 09:26:26 AM
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The thread was opened yesterday and closed today. I think he have got someone who deposited some good amount of btc in this ponzi. I think that btc may have been enough for bitdubble to run away.

It was closed on the day of being opened and admin already commented as to why it was opened then closed. Ill be surprised if it lasts given the facts of how admin is running this allowing people to invest before anyone else as contact or so called contacted via pm asking to deposit. If it re opens and starts all am going to say on this final note is good luck to thoes who decide on playing this one as I am not.
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The thread was opened yesterday and closed today. I think he have got someone who deposited some good amount of btc in this ponzi. I think that btc may have been enough for bitdubble to run away.
Yeah maybe who knows...

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