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November 07, 2010, 06:11:16 PM
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Hello BTC'ers, i know this is off topic and it has nothing to do with BitCoins, but i have to share this AMAZING CASH COW OF A program.
The site in question is called cashflowbot Aka DollarMonster, its a straight line cycler program and has been online and paying its members for over 5 years, how does it work? you simply buy a spot in one of the lines ranging from $3 - $400, and when 2 purchase are made in any of the lines, the person at the top of the list cycles and receives double they money back. The wonderful thing about this program is the system is fully automated, meaning no need to request withdrawals or ask admin for your cash, when you position cycles your cash is instantly paid into your AlertPay account, How sweet is that, so for those with some funds in your AlertPay i highly suggest you join the program and start filling your AlertPay with instant cash. Join today www.cashflowbot.com

I have made over $1200 with this program in a very short space of time, here are just some of my payout stats



 


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November 07, 2010, 06:30:48 PM
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If you had to pick a shape to describe this system, it would be...

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November 07, 2010, 06:33:46 PM
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A pyramid scheme!

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November 07, 2010, 06:40:38 PM
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A pyramid scheme!

Yes it a pyramid system, but it works so well, as its been online for over 5 years now, many people are making 1000s a day
just though i would share the site as its a tried and tested money machine.
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November 07, 2010, 06:45:06 PM
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From the FAQ:

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How long does it take my share to mature?
Shares mature when two shares of the same share value are purchased.

Example: You buy a share for $3.00, you are in turn put at the end of the waiting line to have your funds matured.
Shares are purchased and the line slowly moves up. You are at the front of the line now.
Tom and Frank come in, and buy 2 $3.00 shares. You are paid your $6.00 and your done.

In short, your shares maturity rate depends on how many shares are being purchased, of the same value you are buying.

Am I correct in assuming this is misleading? It sounds like I buy a $3 and when 2 more $3 shares are sold I get $6, but actually I need to wait until I'm at the top of the list, so I need to wait until "Number of shares ahead of me" times 2 shares are sold. Which seems like it should be equal to the entire number of shares previously sold.

The refund policy is surprising to me.

What is with all the cents in your list?

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November 07, 2010, 06:51:46 PM
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From the FAQ:

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How long does it take my share to mature?
Shares mature when two shares of the same share value are purchased.

Example: You buy a share for $3.00, you are in turn put at the end of the waiting line to have your funds matured.
Shares are purchased and the line slowly moves up. You are at the front of the line now.
Tom and Frank come in, and buy 2 $3.00 shares. You are paid your $6.00 and your done.

In short, your shares maturity rate depends on how many shares are being purchased, of the same value you are buying.

Am I correct in assuming this is misleading? It sounds like I buy a $3 and when 2 more $3 shares are sold I get $6, but actually I need to wait until I'm at the top of the list, so I need to wait until "Number of shares ahead of me" times 2 shares are sold. Which seems like it should be equal to the entire number of shares previously sold.

The refund policy is surprising to me.

What is with all the cents in your list?

Of course it has to do with where you are on the list, BUT
with every 2 purchases someone will cycle, so you will rise up though the list every time 2 spots are paid,
what do you mean buy cents?
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November 07, 2010, 07:01:10 PM
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There are no headings in your chart, what are the columns that have a bunch of odd cents?

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November 07, 2010, 07:03:10 PM
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Of course it has to do with where you are on the list, BUT
with every 2 purchases someone will cycle, so you will rise up though the list every time 2 spots are paid,
what do you mean buy cents?

Right, so if 2000 people have bought a $3 share in the last 5 years then 1000 have been paid, correct? If I get on at the end of the list 2000 more shares will have to be sold before it gets to me if I understand correctly.

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November 07, 2010, 07:17:31 PM
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There are no headings in your chart, what are the columns that have a bunch of odd cents?

3rd col is share price with fee
4th col is fee paid on the share
5th col is the line of the share

Right, so if 2000 people have bought a $3 share in the last 5 years then 1000 have been paid, correct? If I get on at the end of the list 2000 more shares will have to be sold before it gets to me if I understand correctly.

Maybe so if the lists are 2000 persons long, but what you have to understand is
they are many many people purchasing all the time,  like every second and many many people are buying multiple positions at one time so the lines are always moving, also i don't think the lines are 2000 persons long at the moment, i think they are more or less around 200 - 500, but of course im not totally sure as you can only see the top 60 in the list to be paid, but what i do know is that all lines are move fast as i always cycle multiple times in one day, so i don't thing its really that long at the this time.
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November 08, 2010, 12:04:58 AM
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You could always join  the bitcoin randomizer!

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854.0


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November 08, 2010, 12:07:38 AM
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You could always join  the bitcoin randomizer!

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854.0


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I have, and i have not received one Bitcoin yet  Cry
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WAHEY, my $200 share double in under 24 hours   Grin

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November 08, 2010, 01:46:37 AM
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Wow, it is moving fast now!

$528k paid out in 5 years, over half of it this month! Is that 7 days or 30?

Is it easy to get AlertPay?

Ouch, fees are terrible on the small ones. Why did you do so many $3 w/ $1.49 instead of the $4 w/ $1.58 fee?

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