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January 20, 2016, 09:33:36 PM
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I'm not related to Bitgold to anyway however I wanted to say that you may want to investigate more in their case , because there is a lot of people who are getting paid for them (I'm one of those people) and I always get paid for my referrals .
People who gets their account banned or funds frozen or something most of the time it's because they are abusing the referral system or carding or something .
I second that, have used BG once and had no issues at all. Got my referral earnings, "first-time bonus" and have succesfully exchanged it with fullypak. Most of the people complaining are either ref spammer(alt account creators) or carders...
Going off of the thread linked in the reference people seem still to be having troubles with being rewarded and such as of fairly recently so right now I'm fairly inclined to still put it on the list, though it was on the original list that I reposted. I've done what mexxer suggested for now:
if OP does want to keep them however, Pending would be more suitable

So I'd suggest making a thread on Service Discussion and asking about the service once again and see ... (I can do that).
Go for it. If people reply giving good criticism mostly I'll consider removing it from the list.

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January 23, 2016, 01:59:28 AM
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http://vobmining.com/  Angry Angry Angry

so called clound mining company, ran away yesterday, website disabled, personlly lost 0.09+

https://ore-mine.org/index.html   Angry Angry Angry

another famous so-called clound mining web, their story are well-known in this forum, personally lost 0.5+


https://coal-mine.site

another famous so-called clound mining web,  more info here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308040.0;topicseen

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ps, scammer should be hanged  as soon as possible
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January 23, 2016, 10:21:22 AM
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GoldxCash.net Is Scam

I Sent Money From My Skrill Account To GoldxCash.net "eCoins Exchange Service Provider", In Return of BitCoins To Be Sent To One of My BitCoin Accounts.

Skrill - Recipient's Name: Pavel Plastinin
Skrill - Recipient's Email: pavplst@gmail.com
Skrill - Amount: USD 1049.24 
Skrill - Transaction ID: 1673784104
Skrill - Transaction Time & Date: 10:02, 18 Jan 2016 CET

The Web Site "GoldxCash.net" Promised To Send Money In 2-12 Hours & Gave No GoldxCash.net Transaction ID OR Transaction Confirmation Page/eMail

After The 12Hours Passed Without Receiving My BitCoins, I Sent Them Several eMails (support@goldxcash.net, service@goldxcash.net, pavplst@gmail.com), But Received No Responses, I Tried The Two Phone Numbers Mentioned On GoldxCash.net Web Site (+1-212-568-5211 & +1-347-632-8688) But Discovered Both Are Not In Service.

I Searched For GoldxCash.net On The Internet & Was Shocked To Discover They Are Reported By Several People On Several Web Sites, As Scam Web Site Specialized In Money Fraud Via eCurrency Exchange Services.

When I Contacted Skrill, I Was Informed That This Is Inter-Personal Money Send Transaction Which Means Irreversible. On The Contrarily, This Skrill Transaction Was Done By Being Auto Transferred, From Merchant Web Site GoldxCash.net, To A Web Page Were I Was Asked For My Skrill Login Credentials, So As The Merchant Can Withdraw Money From My Skrill Account, Which Means This Is Reversible eShopping Transaction.

I Already, Reported The Whole Case, To "Better Business Bureau" & "eConsumer.gov".
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January 23, 2016, 11:53:19 AM
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coal-mine.site

another famous so-called clound mining web,  more info here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1308040.0;topicseen
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I have added these two to the main list. Thanks for the reports.

vobmining.com/  Angry Angry Angry

so called clound mining company, ran away yesterday, website disabled, personlly lost 0.09+
Added to Pending, if you can provide a Scam Accusation thread I'll move it to the main list.

ore-mine.org/index.html   Angry Angry Angry

another famous so-called clound mining web, their story are well-known in this forum, personally lost 0.5+
Bitgold is a scammer, read please:

www.scambitgold.com
These two are already on the list. Please read before posting.

Also:
When you suggest adding a site to the OP, you shouldn't use "http://" as this will create a backlink and will improve the sites rankings on google (and other search engines).

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January 24, 2016, 02:38:14 AM
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Protip:  Use ctrl + f (same time) to pull up your browser search window (use it) to see if a scam link has already been posted.

Of course you'll need to be on page 1 of this thread.  Cool
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January 24, 2016, 07:38:07 AM
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is this legit? https://www.minutebtc.com/investment.btc, it does not appear in the list

0.1% hourly seems the case of a scam

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January 24, 2016, 09:58:59 AM
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is this legit? minutebtc.com/investment.btc, it does not appear in the list

0.1% hourly seems the case of a scam
Well its a simple ponzi , which the thread will not be listing and
When you suggest adding a site to the OP, you shouldn't use "http://" as this will create a backlink and will improve the sites rankings on google (and other search engines).

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January 24, 2016, 10:02:08 AM
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BTCSprout.com also scammed around 23BTC

Thanks to OP for creating this important thread


 
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January 24, 2016, 10:03:59 AM
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BTCSprout.com also scammed around 23BTC
That is also a clear ponzi, which the thread will not be listing

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January 25, 2016, 06:15:52 PM
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We got three pages for the moment : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1335416.0 , I'm not sure if it's enough to take a decision yet or not . (without denying the fact that there is some newbies/brand new posting there).

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January 25, 2016, 11:34:31 PM
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We got three pages for the moment : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1335416.0 , I'm not sure if it's enough to take a decision yet or not . (without denying the fact that there is some newbies/brand new posting there).
I'll keep it on pending due to some of the higher ranked members distrusting the service and the majority of the vouches being done by newbies. We'll see in a week or so perhaps.

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January 27, 2016, 04:02:47 PM
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i think 98 percent of site earn money are scam
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January 29, 2016, 09:32:36 PM
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please add btcto.money - scam site - scumbags
I'll add it to pending, since right now it does seem a bit suspect in my opinion (To PayPal, 0.5BTC minimum). If you can provide a scam accusation thread I will move it to the main list.

It was most likely the Section mod, I'd go with Cyrus.
I sent theymos a PM requesting it to be stickied the night prior, so that is why I went with theymos. If I am wrong, then thank you to the corresponding staff member!

Here's the thread on these scamming bastards - btcto.money :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1294441.40
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January 29, 2016, 10:08:23 PM
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Here's the thread on these scamming bastards - btcto.money :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1294441.40
Added to the main list with a link to that page; removed from Pending. Thanks.

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January 31, 2016, 03:48:59 PM
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Titan Bitcoin. After "peeling" a sticker from one of their coins to redeem 1 btc, I was surprised to find only a 2FA code, not a private key. Tim Fillmore, president of Titan Bitcoin, informed me that this coin had been "already redeemed". The Titan Bitcoin "coin verification" site, however, shows the coin as "not yet funded", here:
https://www.titanbtc.com/verify/vFZKfWyJ/

This indicates that Titan Bitcoin has multiple databases tracking the states of their "2FA" coins, which are externally physically identical to their coins that actually hold private keys, and that there is corruption in their database. Tim Fillmore is telling me one thing while the coin verify site tells me a different story, and I'm out 1 btc. I have been scammed, and Tim Fillmore is implicated. That's all I can say here, as I have contacted the police and the FTC and they have started an investigation.

Also, a note for Tim: When picking someone to scam, choose somone who is not the compliance officer at a currency exchange. I am legally obligated to report you as a fraud suspect to certain government organizations now.

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January 31, 2016, 08:21:20 PM
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Titan Bitcoin. After "peeling" a sticker from one of their coins to redeem 1 btc, I was surprised to find only a 2FA code, not a private key. Tim Fillmore, president of Titan Bitcoin, informed me that this coin had been "already redeemed". The Titan Bitcoin "coin verification" site, however, shows the coin as "not yet funded", here:
https://www.titanbtc.com/verify/vFZKfWyJ/
I have added it to the list with your post as the reference, however I would prefer if you should post a thread in the Scam Accusations board for me to link it to. Thanks.

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February 01, 2016, 12:55:04 AM
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Please kindly add Bitcoinmultiplierx100.com in this scam list as well
I was being cheated. Please beware!!
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February 01, 2016, 07:53:16 AM
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Please kindly add Bitcoinmultiplierx100.com in this scam list as well
I was being cheated. Please beware!!
I don't add obvious ponzis to this list. Sorry.

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February 01, 2016, 06:24:22 PM
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Hello everyone, this afternoon I signed on BANX.IO, now I can not connect with their server, already 6,7 attempts. Does anyone know anything? Thanks!

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February 01, 2016, 07:21:27 PM
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Hello everyone, this afternoon I signed on BANX.IO, now I can not connect with their server, already 6,7 attempts. Does anyone know anything? Thanks!
1) This is not the place to ask
2) It is altcoin related discussion, so quite sure it won't be listed here.

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