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August 27, 2016, 07:46:40 AM
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So you are so serious with these "investment"?? It is obvious that so high interest rate sites are 100% ponzi scams, shame on you, you should have a brain to think.
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August 27, 2016, 03:17:03 PM
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So you are so serious with these "investment"?? It is obvious that so high interest rate sites are 100% ponzi scams, shame on you, you should have a brain to think.

Did you know what to eat right after you were born? Then why you think someone new to something will know everything about that?
And those use those idiotic words for anyone, if you were not scammed in this industry it does not mean you have a brain but it is because you got the right source for getting information on right time, which does not happen with everyone out there.
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September 02, 2016, 02:32:18 AM
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I think it is important when people report the facts in this regard, because there are still many scam sites appearing lately and many people are not aware of it. One of the most problematic parts is that many of them move away from crypto after falling in these schemes.
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September 02, 2016, 02:40:23 AM
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I remember a few sites that I got in and out of quick enough that it was not an issue.  I always believe the key is to hit them the first week or maybe week two because they are still trying to pay out funds to attract new traffic. It is sad though that so many sites go belly up or run.  Any service can make a little money just setting a low minimum deposit and a higher minimum withdrawal.  Even with a legitimate revenue line, that keeps the funds in the business accounts a little longer and there are many people that bail on new business models when they do not get rich on day 1, leaving the funds that were never withdrawn with business.
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September 02, 2016, 03:46:27 PM
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I was on that site SmashBTC for a bit at the beginning and did not really get scammed, I was just disappointed that it didn't continue.  I think that the revenue is just not there on a site that pays a good amount for user actions that do not directly produce revenue. 

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September 02, 2016, 03:49:32 PM
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I've been a victim of HYIP sites, Bitcoin doubler sites, but my worst experience was MyPayingAds. I put all my online money on to that company, I didn't realize that they are just a ponzi site because they require that you click 10 Ads per day and people's opinion about that site was really good. I thought in the long run, I'll have a lot of money rolling to my wallet but it turns out, they are just a ponzi site. Their Paypal account was froze and we had to wait. Their website was down. And then just a month or 2 months ago, they are back once again. With the same plan, same promises. Good thing I was able to dispute my transactions to them.

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September 02, 2016, 04:19:08 PM
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dadice.com, betcoin.tm, many cloud mining sites, many hyip and ponzi sites

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September 02, 2016, 08:26:12 PM
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I've been a victim of HYIP sites, Bitcoin doubler sites, but my worst experience was MyPayingAds. I put all my online money on to that company, I didn't realize that they are just a ponzi site because they require that you click 10 Ads per day and people's opinion about that site was really good. I thought in the long run, I'll have a lot of money rolling to my wallet but it turns out, they are just a ponzi site. Their Paypal account was froze and we had to wait. Their website was down. And then just a month or 2 months ago, they are back once again. With the same plan, same promises. Good thing I was able to dispute my transactions to them.
Now it's become very popular to hide HYIP's under revshare system names. It's like investment site and PTC hybrid. Mostly are based on Paidverts model, but Paidverts are alive already long time. But other sites are mostly HYIP's which works max two months.




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September 03, 2016, 05:07:22 AM
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I was on that site SmashBTC for a bit at the beginning and did not really get scammed, I was just disappointed that it didn't continue.  I think that the revenue is just not there on a site that pays a good amount for user actions that do not directly produce revenue. 

Counting on the traffic to click on your ads is simply only enough to support a faucet or site that pays in the faucet range. They Use Google ads or adwards to generate revenue .


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September 03, 2016, 06:03:21 AM
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 Even those sites used to gain money from the uncollected amounts that never hit the minimum, but I am pretty sure that once the amounts hit faucetbox or whatever micro they use, the original site has lost it.

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September 03, 2016, 04:49:56 PM
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try this site first: http://www.badbitcoin.org/
granted not 100% correct,but gives you a pretty good idea of known scam sites
you can add your suggestion too to help others avoid getting scammed

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