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March 30, 2016, 04:41:38 PM
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i had a very bad experience whit bitgold-scam. They suspended my account wort some hundreds of dollars, it's been about 10 days and i'm not receiving info from support, they delete my message in the community. I have sent about 10 mails to support. This is sick.
Any tips guys? What can i do?



Probably nothing much honestly , but I'm more then sure there is a reason behind this .
From where you got the funds ? I assume you got them from referals ? If it's the case then it's probably done by them if they saw you abusing it somehow . (Or felt like you are abusing it even if you didn't)
You should know that they check referrals always and they make sure they are not from bots or something like that .

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March 30, 2016, 04:44:39 PM
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The simple way to use credit/debit cards and yet have gold backing is to just do things the old-fashioned way:

1) Buy and HODL gold.

2) Use ordinary credit/debit cards just as you always have.

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If, for whatever reason, you want gold OUT of your own personal control (the only reason I could see is that your home would not be secure) there are other options.  These include local storage (safety deposit box, Brinks & similar, etc.) and overseas storage.

Note that I do NOT recommend other people storing YOUR gold.

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March 30, 2016, 05:48:03 PM
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The simple way to use credit/debit cards and yet have gold backing is to just do things the old-fashioned way:

1) Buy and HODL gold.

2) Use ordinary credit/debit cards just as you always have.

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If, for whatever reason, you want gold OUT of your own personal control (the only reason I could see is that your home would not be secure) there are other options.  These include local storage (safety deposit box, Brinks & similar, etc.) and overseas storage.

Note that I do NOT recommend other people storing YOUR gold.


Hodl is not a gold its a kind of digital altcoin..
I heard that bitgold is scam and some of them are saying that bitgold are legit.. Im realy confused but i never trusted bitgold.. because they need your real information..

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March 31, 2016, 05:26:18 AM
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The simple way to use credit/debit cards and yet have gold backing is to just do things the old-fashioned way:

1) Buy and HODL gold.

2) Use ordinary credit/debit cards just as you always have.

*   *   *

If, for whatever reason, you want gold OUT of your own personal control (the only reason I could see is that your home would not be secure) there are other options.  These include local storage (safety deposit box, Brinks & similar, etc.) and overseas storage.

Note that I do NOT recommend other people storing YOUR gold.


Hodl is not a gold its a kind of digital altcoin..
I heard that bitgold is scam and some of them are saying that bitgold are legit.. Im realy confused but i never trusted bitgold.. because they need your real information..


My understanding of the term "HODL" is that it is a fun way of spelling "hold", as in we who own it "hold" Bitcoin.  That is what I meant when I wrote "HODL".

Bitgold may or may not be a scam, I don't know.  I did see that they ponied up for an ad in a mining (as in metals mining, not BTC) magazine I recently bought.

But, why should I (with my own circumstances) take the chance that it is a scam?  I will just HODL my own physical gold, and use credit cards when I want.
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March 31, 2016, 06:16:12 AM
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I resigned from participation in BitGold straight when i was registering there few months ago. With time, i'm only more sure it was a good decision.
Referral spam + similar name + way of marketing is like a twin of BitClub. (which is "only" suspected scam)
BitGold looks for me like one big referral safari, what is typical for Ponzis.
I do not know if it's a scam or not, but I certainly will not participate in this program.

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