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November 20, 2015, 08:36:54 PM
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can anyone tell me paidverts pays in bitcoin or not for clicking on ads
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November 21, 2015, 03:07:21 AM
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Yes they do pay in BTCitcoin... As a matter of fact, you could see bitcoin sign on the bottom of the page where a banner is there which I think it's all the payment methods that they send and receive and also on the Payment Proof tab, there you could see that most of the cashout payments are in bitcoin

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November 21, 2015, 03:50:32 AM
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So paidverts is still working fine e?  I used to be active in there but ended up quitting due yo many ads to click just to get cents from them. They allow Bitcoins, Paypal, Perfect Money, Payeer, Western and etc. So yea,

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November 21, 2015, 04:09:01 AM
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So paidverts is still working fine e?  I used to be active in there but ended up quitting due yo many ads to click just to get cents from them. They allow Bitcoins, Paypal, Perfect Money, Payeer, Western and etc. So yea,

I haven't heard too many complaints against PaidVerts recently, but I stopped as well since I got a bit fed up with the same matter. There are plenty of people on the forum who use faucets for many times less than it, though, so I don't know why they aren't using it yet.

From what I learned by using them for a short while, am I right in saying that it's a ponzi? Pay $1, get $1.55 worth in ads.

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November 21, 2015, 04:27:13 AM
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I was also active on paidverts before and know that they were paying in bitcoin, i have also get paid in bitcoin once. But these days i even don't open that site, i have lost lots of my money in there so called company shares.

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November 21, 2015, 04:29:41 AM
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So paidverts is still working fine e?  I used to be active in there but ended up quitting due yo many ads to click just to get cents from them. They allow Bitcoins, Paypal, Perfect Money, Payeer, Western and etc. So yea,

I haven't heard too many complaints against PaidVerts recently, but I stopped as well since I got a bit fed up with the same matter. There are plenty of people on the forum who use faucets for many times less than it, though, so I don't know why they aren't using it yet.

From what I learned by using them for a short while, am I right in saying that it's a ponzi? Pay $1, get $1.55 worth in ads.

It would depend on how spread out that $1.55 gets. For example if that $1.55 is spread between 100 people and only 20 cash out then it is actually profitable for them to do so.




























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November 21, 2015, 05:47:25 AM
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I can confirm they are paying Smiley
Im one of the early members of both PV and MTV (Parents company of PV)
The only problem they had right now is the long cashout time Sad
I tried to withdraw to BTC and it took me about 2 and half weeks Tongue
I think it had to do with the popularity of BTC and not enough BTC they had in their wallet thus making it longer to withdraw to BTC

Hope this helps Smiley

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November 21, 2015, 05:49:20 AM
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So paidverts is still working fine e?  I used to be active in there but ended up quitting due yo many ads to click just to get cents from them. They allow Bitcoins, Paypal, Perfect Money, Payeer, Western and etc. So yea,
Well this is certainly interesting. It use to be just a ptc that paid you cents a day for clicking. Now they pay in btc too? I think I will have to reopen an account cause I lost my login details from 1 year ago  Cheesy




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November 21, 2015, 09:47:55 AM
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I can confirm they are paying Smiley
Im one of the early members of both PV and MTV (Parents company of PV)
The only problem they had right now is the long cashout time Sad
I tried to withdraw to BTC and it took me about 2 and half weeks Tongue
I think it had to do with the popularity of BTC and not enough BTC they had in their wallet thus making it longer to withdraw to BTC

Hope this helps Smiley
yeah thanks for the help
i was asking because i think i didn't receive my first payment it was about 25cents in bitcoin
and i was thinking to stop clicking there thinking maybe they are scamming me
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November 21, 2015, 12:13:02 PM
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I also has payment in bitcoins but its take too much time just because of this I never use this service they need to do something fast in
cash-out then they can go more good
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November 21, 2015, 12:54:00 PM
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I also has payment in bitcoins but its take too much time just because of this I never use this service they need to do something fast in
cash-out then they can go more good
That english Cheesy
Anyway, yea i kinda agree their payout is taking waaay too long and that is a bad thing Sad
I actually wanted to go out from there with all of my money, but because they decided to swap all of balances to shares (Damn)
I need to wait for all of my shares get sold on the shares market before i can cashout Angry
And don't forget the 2 weeks long of cashout  Cry

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November 21, 2015, 01:51:31 PM
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no, they're illiquid (stated in a forum post the other day)

paidverts/mytrafficvalue went full scam mode. consider your "investment" as a loss

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November 22, 2015, 04:44:31 PM
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The former owner of PV stole a lot of money from them, and messed up the books really badly. They just discovered this recently, but they are taking steps to clean it up. I think they are going to get it back to normal in the next couple of months.

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November 22, 2015, 05:23:40 PM
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The former owner of PV stole a lot of money from them, and messed up the books really badly. They just discovered this recently, but they are taking steps to clean it up. I think they are going to get it back to normal in the next couple of months.

they're not. they are going to exchange your money on their service to their worthless shares.

yes. they do whatever with your money without anyone's consent. it's that serious.

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November 22, 2015, 05:41:56 PM
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The former owner of PV stole a lot of money from them, and messed up the books really badly. They just discovered this recently, but they are taking steps to clean it up. I think they are going to get it back to normal in the next couple of months.

they're not. they are going to exchange your money on their service to their worthless shares.

yes. they do whatever with your money without anyone's consent. it's that serious.

They already did this. All deposited money they change for their shares with price $0.10. After that price was 0.01 . So if someone have $100 get $10 in shares. SICK!
That SWAP pass, and now everything is coming on the right track..

But yes. For watching ads they pay in $ but you can withdraw BTC
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November 22, 2015, 07:45:31 PM
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The former owner of PV stole a lot of money from them, and messed up the books really badly. They just discovered this recently, but they are taking steps to clean it up. I think they are going to get it back to normal in the next couple of months.

they're not. they are going to exchange your money on their service to their worthless shares.

yes. they do whatever with your money without anyone's consent. it's that serious.
Exactly, they are still paying but i won't invest there any further Angry
My $25 got exchanged to a shares in total worth of $15
that is $10 loss there Roll Eyes
After i sell my shares there im just gonna cashout and never come back Roll Eyes

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November 22, 2015, 11:59:22 PM
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The former owner of PV stole a lot of money from them, and messed up the books really badly. They just discovered this recently, but they are taking steps to clean it up. I think they are going to get it back to normal in the next couple of months.

That is a complete lie.. Ponzi schemes do tend to tell sugar coated words to cover up their collapse.. expect a maintenance and it won't be coming back.. ALL HYIP will be collapsing, consider PV and MTV  dead in your book.

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November 23, 2015, 01:07:48 AM
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The former owner of PV stole a lot of money from them, and messed up the books really badly. They just discovered this recently, but they are taking steps to clean it up. I think they are going to get it back to normal in the next couple of months.

That is a complete lie.. Ponzi schemes do tend to tell sugar coated words to cover up their collapse.. expect a maintenance and it won't be coming back.. ALL HYIP will be collapsing, consider PV and MTV  dead in your book.

This. The only reason that Paidverts prospered was because it targeted audiences that didn't know about ponzi schemes and wanted some money, quick. Now that people are getting smart and alerting others to the scam, more and more people are dropping out and Paidverts is going to play a card (whether it be closing down or creating a new version) soon.

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November 23, 2015, 05:53:45 AM
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Yup I can vouch they are paying as I am a previous investor on PV/MTV, the only problem is it will take a week or more processing cash outs recently due to some issues. My very last withdrawal there took 2 weeks to reach on my bitcoin wallet. The cash out fees on bitcoin were also quite high. But as I said , they are legit.

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November 23, 2015, 05:57:09 AM
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no, they're illiquid (stated in a forum post the other day)

paidverts/mytrafficvalue went full scam mode. consider your "investment" as a loss

Now this is confusing. You are saying they are accused of being a scam site but the post right above me are saying they are paying and he received the payment in bitcoin  Huh
Which one is it?

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