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October 31, 2017, 03:31:11 AM
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I'm still looking for a good one. i gave arbitragecoins.com a shot but the are a complete scam. they say they did 489 trades today yet my coins weren't among the ones traded? thats nonsense. They aren't trading my coins, that are adding them to the total amount of coins BEING traded for them and by them. every trade they enter, I should be in on as long as its my coin. I have been going in circles with their EXTREMELY lame customer service while I got the distinct feeling they were snickering. they are full of BS. Anyway, I can't even get them to send my ether back to my account without verifying my PERSONAL information. That defeats the whole purpose why most people are into crypto.... for the anonymity! Stay away or you will lose your coins GUARANTEED. I did!!! Seriously, how many people do you think signed up, sent them coins, and now can't do squat because they want to know your real identity! SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM!
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October 31, 2017, 03:37:43 AM
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 Im going to build the system out of parts w a friend and deposit coins into all the exchanges myself and get software to do the arbitrage myself. You can't trust any of these clowns. Read above.
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November 07, 2017, 12:47:33 AM
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What is your email add registered with arbitragecoins.?
Almost 5 months operating not a single client faced a withdrawal problem.Please post your complain with a concrete proof.I need your e-mail for me to put the transaction copies here as a proof.We have more than 500 very very happy clients. .and not a single one of them had this kind of problem!!
Your e-mail please?Huh
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November 07, 2017, 12:57:20 AM
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Really tired of being tied up to computers and manually placing orders all day long. Anyone can recommend a trading bot with multi exchange arbitrage function?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LR7aBoZMkZM


We have around 50 cryptocurrency exchanges registered with us. Our BOT will extract the best price to SELL and BUY at all time 24/7..The moment an arbitrage occurs it will automatically execute the BUY and SELL in lightning speed and come out of the market with a profit !

www.arbitragecoins.com
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December 18, 2017, 04:24:36 AM
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what are the crypto that do confirmation fast ?

thanks
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December 28, 2017, 04:18:44 PM
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Almost 5 months operating not a single client faced a withdrawal problem.Please post your complain with a concrete proof.I need your e-mail for me to put the transaction copies here as a proof.We have more than 500 very very happy clients. .and not a single one of them had this kind of problem!!
Your e-mail please?Huh



B.S.  Arbitragecoins.com has mega issues and problems.  Customer Service chat (the only method of contact)  takes hours to get a response and if you don't respond right away, they dump you and you have to wait some more hours to start the conversation over.  If you're not a complete scam, you don't have near enough customer support.  Remember that people are more likely to resolve the issue on your site first.  It's only after tiring efforts to get things resolved that most people will bitch on the forums.  No proof needed, it's human nature.  Good Customer Service doesn't demand proof.  So your option here is to support your customers and quit scamming them -that's the only solution.
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December 29, 2017, 05:42:37 PM
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100% AUTO CRYPTOCURRENCY ARBITRAGE BOT
NO More manual trades
NO More looking at charts
NO More technical studies
NO More fundamental analysis
NO More speculations   
This amazing software gives you 100% win everyday
TRY IT FOR FREE
 www.arbitragecoins.com
I am sharing with you a technology that is unheard of many in the trading world!  A system that will enable you to have a serious profits without a single losing day and the best part is it’s on AUTO-PILOT.  You do not have to know anything about to make a killing in the market and it is all done hands free. Wondering what am I am talking about?  You must check this out now and see it for yourself.       www.arbitragecoins.com



Hello please be carefull https://www.arbitragecoins.com  take my btc and didnot give also they dont answer me. They stole my money. Dont send them BTC and dont use they face!! I really need to help how can i get my money?
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December 31, 2017, 03:17:30 PM
Last edit: December 31, 2017, 03:41:12 PM by hamjii
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I'm one of the very pi**ed customers of 'arbitragecoins.com'. I think my e-mail's shown here, otherwise its 'hamjii@yahoo.com'. As requested many many many times, my withdrawal request was :

Bitcoin(BTC)    Withdraw - 3G9~    0.0444439    Pending    19/12/2017
Tether(USDT)    Withdraw - Fee for LTC    5    Success    19/12/2017
Tether(USDT)    Withdraw - Fee for DASH    5    Success    19/12/2017

The same day you collected the 5D fee for the other transactions(ie. not withdrawal).

I'll put the correction here if my wallet is filled.

ps.

I'm very curious of ANYBODY's e-mail address on this site by the way. I was very surprised to find the domain registration info, and lamented my negligence of doing the homework...

www.arbitragecoins.com

Registrar: NameCheap Inc.
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@namecheap.com

pps.

This page popped up on the first list when I searched for "arbitragecoins.com review" on Google.
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January 03, 2018, 11:54:58 AM
Last edit: January 03, 2018, 12:05:48 PM by arbitrary
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I was also scammed by this site.
They keep me on waiting about my deposited ethereum. It's  still not reflected on my dashboard.
Their reasons are, 1. 2FA upgrade of the website, wait for 24 hours. 2. Still upgrading website, but the complaint was already forwarded to account department, wait for 4 hours. 3. New year, no one in the account department can do the transaction, wait for 24 hours.

Their provided deposit address is NOT UNIQUE for each client.
It is just their own wallet address:
ethereum: 0x252274a1D56007c1F085778fBEC63938D18E2209
bitcoin: 13WTJzeSTmMCzPdgj6xcG6zHwCzevYDgRw

You can see all the transactions made in the address with a simple look at blockchain explorers:
https://etherscan.io/address/0x252274a1d56007c1f085778fbec63938d18e2209
ETH Balance:   0.00410184 Ether
ETH USD Value:   $3.58 (@ $871.72/ETH)
No Of Transactions:   48 txns

https://blockchain.info/address/13WTJzeSTmMCzPdgj6xcG6zHwCzevYDgRw
No. Transactions   63   
Total Received   1.57671972 BTC   
Final Balance   0.00060899 BTC

This would tell you that there is no way they would know from whom the deposited coins came from.

THIS WEBSITE IS A SCAM! PLEASE HELP US TO STOP THE PEOPLE BEHIND THIS.
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January 03, 2018, 04:13:57 PM
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i Came here hoping to be able to see the mention of such a good arbitrage bot which i can adopt for trade benefits. Sadly got none.
We just have to stick to our traditional human analysis and trading skills.
Let me go back and be reading my trading books jare.
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January 07, 2018, 04:13:14 PM
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Does anyone know where can we file a complaint?
Someone needs to do something against this scam - could this help with the complaint?
https://www.econsumer.gov/en/Home/FileAComplaint/1#crnt
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January 11, 2018, 02:14:38 PM
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Really tired of being tied up to computers and manually placing orders all day long. Anyone can recommend a trading bot with multi exchange arbitrage function?
I am not seeing any feasibility to have bots for arbitrate trading. Crpto trader are sharing here about their real time difficulties to avail arbitrate opportunities so automizing arbitrate trading across different trading platform is not seeming feasible imho.

Could you mind explaining what is that website which you are referring is all about ?


I have been trying to make a withdrawals for the past two months it has not been successful.
Arbitrage coins  only accept your deposits but you can never make successful withdraws. my withdrawals have been in pending state for the past months even after the 2FA.
It is a big scam, they are faceless, No address, they just inserted a fake address on their website recently. they claim to be operating from Malta. just as you claim they do not provide support. Even when you send them a thousand emails , do not expect a response. the internet is full of criminals. these ones are real criminals. they do not have an identity, no individual’s name is associated with them. they have now dropped their request for user to send their ID and personal details to them before you could withdraw when they only exist in the cyberspace. your details could be used as members of criminal organisations.
People should campaign in the social media to raise awareness of this fraud so that their website could be closed down to stop them from scamming innocent people.
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January 11, 2018, 02:20:13 PM
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the problem with arbitrage is that the spreads are rarely big enough to cover the fees because for big coins like bitcoin with a huge market, the price is always at a balance between exchanges because people buy and sell it the same everywhere unless that exchange has some issues.
on top of it, you will find that there are a lot of competitions in this method. others are also doing it which makes it riskier and harder to make decent profit to justify the effort.

Very true.. Most times before coins arrives at the other exchange, Price might have balanced out
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January 12, 2018, 01:58:00 PM
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100% AUTO CRYPTOCURRENCY ARBITRAGE BOT
NO More manual trades
NO More looking at charts
NO More technical studies
NO More fundamental analysis
NO More speculations   
This amazing software gives you 100% win everyday
TRY IT FOR FREE
 www.arbitragecoins.com
I am sharing with you a technology that is unheard of many in the trading world!  A system that will enable you to have a serious profits without a single losing day and the best part is it’s on AUTO-PILOT.  You do not have to know anything about to make a killing in the market and it is all done hands free. Wondering what am I am talking about?  You must check this out now and see it for yourself.       www.arbitragecoins.com


ARBITRAGECOINS: SCAM! SCAM !! SCAMMERS!!! RUN! RUN!! RUN!! Please, don't look back. Indian scammers. you will never be able to withdraw your funds and will lose them forever. Please, be warned. many have been scammed by them. please, do not even look at their website.

also see this review and the comments underneath:

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/arbitrage-coins/
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January 15, 2018, 06:52:49 PM
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Arbitragecoins.com is a faceless group of online scammers who deceive their victims with a fictitious crypto bot that claims to return 1% profit to its investors as USI Tech also announces.
I was hoodwinked into investing with this platform by a post in Ether Delta about four months ago.
I had some issues with Ether Delta and a contributor offered to give a suggestion and posted a link to Arbitrage coins.
Out of curiosity, I followed the link to know more about the site and what they do.
On the site, on the chat column, I was greeted by a rather elated chat attendant who enumerated the benefits of using their platform.
I was still new to cryptos, and having been concerned at the volatile nature of the market decided to give a go to the so called arbitrage coins platform.
After I had deposited about 2.227Eths to the platform, I had a sudden buyer’s remorse feeling; that I might have really overlooked something, an important aspect of the bargain. I.e. to know who really these guys were their true identity, where they were operating from, their affiliates and business registration.
To my surprise, their “about us” page gives no clue as to who they were; their “contact us” page was vague with no contact information other than a webpage form, which I later found out was not working. There were no telephone numbers to contact them with, nor twitter or telegram handles. I became sceptical, and the natural instinct was to withdraw the funds as quickly as possible before anything else could happen. That was when the whole thing started unfolding, they would not allow me to withdraw a dime. My withdrawal requests met a brick pending wall.
I contacted them through the chat outlet, I was told that I needed to submit my personal identification details before I could make a withdrawal.
I said wait a minute, who are these faceless people asking me for my ID? What do they want to use my ID for? They do not have identity, it would be suicidal for one to give out your personal information to such a group when you do not know who they are.
Your details may end up in the registration list of outlawed criminal gangs and organisation. I asked them to reveal their identity to me, the chat man said they were from Malta. After, I insisted on having my funds back, by November last year, they said they were having 2FA being put in place and that after that I could withdraw my funds.
I waited till January 2018, got the 2FA sorted out, then was very eager to withdraw my funds and there I went and hit the withdrawal button and the almighty “pending withdrawal” wall resurfaced. And it has been standing tall like the wall of Jericho of old up till this moment.
I understand others have been so similarly treated. And I also now understand the fraudsters are from India.
They still operate, their website arbitragecoins.com is still online, and attracting more victims. They now have a funny YouTube channels also advertising their poisonous scam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LR7aBoZMkZM.
How do the cyberspace bring these scammers to book as I write? Would they continue to scam forever?
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January 15, 2018, 07:39:55 PM
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Some people are using those bots. One of the reasons the spread is so little between exchanges is exactly because bots are flattering differences of price. So it would be nice to discover which bot they effectively are.

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January 15, 2018, 07:59:48 PM
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I do not use any bottrader at all
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January 15, 2018, 10:01:56 PM
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i have few acquaintances who used bots to do trading for them, and they did not perform very well

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January 15, 2018, 10:14:15 PM
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which type of arbitrage you want to perform with bots ??
and also , human mind can do it much better than bots .
in search of bots , you may get trapped in any scam software . so beware of these shortcuts .

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January 16, 2018, 11:52:48 PM
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So far not good with my experience with arbitragecoins.com.  I have requested a withdrawal of 2 LTC but its been two days and no one bothered to reply on the online chat.  Before that, I was chatting with a Mark.  I was gonna actually use my LTC withdrawal to buy BTC and deposit with them again but this is scary that they, so far, hasn't replied me though I can see that their chat is online.  They should handle withdrawal requests first as this is the main thing with these kind of service.  It shows the lack integrity of www.arbitragecoins.com when they don't reply to you after you make a withdrawal request.  PM me you don't believe me and I will email you proof.  So far, www.arbitragecoins.com feels like a scam.  If they return my LTC coins, I will retract my comments here immediately.
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