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Author Topic: iWantFreeBitcoins.com is NOT a SCAM :) (At least 5 Verified Payouts :D)  (Read 7512 times)
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December 07, 2011, 05:22:30 AM
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i gave up on this site along time ago, been payed out once then never got another one. wast of time
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December 08, 2011, 03:14:33 AM
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http://www.freedigitalmoney.com/en/Bitcoins seems to use the same ad interface. I did two surveys using bogus info during lunch just to see if it was legitimate (My time is more valuable than this, lol.) I received 0.11 bitcoins for one, and 0.14 for another within about 15 minutes for one and about an hour for another. I bet you it's the ad companies that cause this difference.
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December 09, 2011, 05:03:57 PM
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i've had a cashout pending for weeks from iwantfreebitcoins, ive given up on it..  never had a problem with freedigitalmoney though.. 

of course the ad companies determine what the payout for each offer completed is..
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January 01, 2012, 10:13:45 AM
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Payouts seem to have been speeding up lately guys/gals. Definately something to do with the AD Providers not holding up on their end of the bargain. Proccessed a request about 2 weeks ago and it took less then an hour to process. The last time I talked to Riley (The Site Owner) he was stating that the AD Providers have been very very unreliable and scammy about being willing to pay for the offers/surveys people have been doing , even when you have clearly done them as have I. He also mentioned he's been putting alot of his own money into payouts as well for that exact reason.

PS: I highly recommend FreeDigitalMoney @ http://freedigitalmoney.com and Rewards4Points.com @ http://rewards4points.com

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