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December 05, 2013, 10:21:18 PM
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I have an affiliate account on http://mybitcoinjob.com which is supposed to be like a Bitcoin freelancer. I earned quite a bit on it by spamming the link through my website, but I highly doubt that they will pay out the 29 BTC. I'd say there's a 95% chance that it will never be paid out even though they promise payout by the end of each month.

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December 05, 2013, 10:31:40 PM
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Hm?  Grin
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December 06, 2013, 02:17:05 AM
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Many people have complained that it is a scam. You probably will never get the referral payment. Sorry.
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December 06, 2013, 05:09:09 AM
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Buy mine instead, has 1.3BTC and only for today - just for you - for only 0.002BTC  Grin  Grin

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December 06, 2013, 08:08:09 AM
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That's pretty much Fantasy Bitcoin right there - use as collateral on a loan heh?  Grin

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December 06, 2013, 01:23:43 PM
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That's pretty much Fantasy Bitcoin right there - use as collateral on a loan heh?  Grin

That's why it's in the gambling section.. Wink
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February 28, 2014, 04:23:18 PM
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mybitcoinjob.com = scam

once you reach the pay out limit (1 btc, which is very easy to acquire, too easy) you are given a button to click.  when you click the button it redirects you to a website like  *WARNING: DO NOT CLICK "http://earning-money-notes-and-books.blogspot.com/" *WARNING: DO NOT CLICK! CLICK AT YOUR OWN RISK! where you are given a pop-up that locks you out of the content.  this small pop-up requires you to complete an offer before you can receive the download content.  I have personally seen this before and it only lead to scams and virus's.  The first link I clicked was a virus download for "Media Player Classic RocketFuel Installer". The other offers are seemingly endless and get you nowhere, only to realize your info is probably now being sold to scammers.  Within a few days you can expect your phone to start ringing.   MyBitCoinJob Is a Scam.  If you try to email their contact email posted on the website, you get a failed delivery message because it doesn't exist.  Stop supporting Mybitcoinjob.com and STOP feeding them web traffic.  Anyone getting involved is in for a rude awakening!!  Stop giving them free advertising!  You will not get paid.  Do not complete any of the pay-out offers!  check out my website, and work on one of those earnings sources til you can get paid.  See the difference.

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By the phone starting to ring I mean:  Annoying marketer's phone number 1: ***-200-5545, and number 2: *** 482-8126 (not sure if i would be allowed to post the full number so i'm blocking the area code) .   I had a great time wasting their time and making them think I was interested in what they were offering.  Eventually after some word games I was able to get them to admit that they are "hackers" and that they hacked a website to get my information.   I proceeded to ask them if they are hackers to tell me what DNS stands for.  They told me I had to pay them $500 for them to answer such information.  When I asked them if they knew what bitcoin was, they said they didn't, but after a while they admitted that they are into hacking and stealing bitcoin.

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/how-do-i-get-rocket-fuel-installer-off-my-computer/b8c18ad5-b302-4210-99ec-6715085f43cf.  

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