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June 28, 2011, 03:55:47 PM
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Anyone use this site? I make transactions on many different PCs + my phone so this looks promising.
The custom URL looks cool too. Just dunno if the site's legit.
Site's accessible at: http://bit-bank.org.
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June 28, 2011, 03:58:29 PM
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Anyone use this site? I make transactions on many different PCs + my phone so this looks promising.
The custom URL looks cool too. Just dunno if the site's legit.

If you judge websites by how "cool" the "custom URL" is, you probably shouldn't internets.
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June 28, 2011, 03:59:23 PM
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Anyone use this site? I make transactions on many different PCs + my phone so this looks promising.
The custom URL looks cool too. Just dunno if the site's legit.

If you judge websites by how "cool" the "custom URL" is, you probably shouldn't internets.
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I meant the custom URL they give you when you register an account, which displays your bitcoin address.
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June 28, 2011, 04:02:55 PM
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IP:
69.196.179.170
server location:
Toronto in Canada
ISP:
TekSavvy Solutions

9 Hosts on this IP
Number   Domain / Host   Functions
1.    www.bluedogzdesign.com    [Whois]
2.    www.msipme.com    [Whois]
3.    datakeysystems.com    [Whois]
4.    www.innovativehouseholdproducts.com    [Whois]
5.    altacopyandprint.com    [Whois]
6.    www.storysave.ca    [Whois]
7.    www.planware.ca    [Whois]
8.    luremastercanada.ca    [Whois]
9.    partnersinrum.com    [Whois]


So, it's a domain registered a few weeks ago, on a shared hosting....that's all I have to say.

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June 28, 2011, 08:31:08 PM
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deposited a few BTC and it seemed like all went well... guess we'll find out
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November 29, 2011, 04:15:57 PM
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what happened with this site, I tried last several days to visit it but no chance...

debit cards websites are companies registered in London by Lithuanians who demand from you your phone, ID and utility bill, that's enough for them to make offshore companies on your name without your knowledge and they can get a bank account and make financial crimes on your name, or they can simply sell IDs. don't give to anyone too much info.
why they need more than your ID when your local bank demands only ID?
don't use coinbase, they are NSA spying shit, they make database of people that use bitcoins.
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