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March 03, 2017, 07:21:56 PM
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I thought this was one android bitcoin faucet app that would actually payout as it claims, but turns out it was just another scam. My withdrawal got delayed for two weeks, after which my account got banned for no apparent reason. This seems to be a common consensus among many other (ex)users of the app. The support, as expected, was just completely abysmal.
Additional fact, Cakecodes the 'parent company' of all these 'get paid for playing games' apps has also been caught spamming across all their apps.

Just avoid using their apps, a complete waste of time and effort.  Angry
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Yes latest scam . My payment has been withheld from laat 10 days.
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April 18, 2017, 03:39:54 PM
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Yes latest scam . My payment has been withheld from laat 10 days.
Really don't need to make an alt account to shill for a scam accusation.  You'll need evidence or it won't hold any weight.

Actually, back when I was dabbling with faucets a little while I used that app and I did get a withdrawal from there.  A couple of months ago before I deleted it, I remember the threshold rising from 10,000 satoshi to 50,000, withdrawals being processed less often and lowered payouts.  They might have been struggling with money and potentially with the fees on the network as well.  They could have turned scam I guess, but you'll still have to prove it.

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