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July 23, 2018, 09:42:45 PM
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Hi, I'm a newbie so if i post in the wrong section, please apologize me.
I use this site, Brynex, to some days ago. I've read several good reviews online and I start to mine on that. I sent them few money (approx 400 dogecoins) and till today everything is ok. But from some hours site is down, I try to contact the support (they were really fast to reply when site works), but still no aswer.....i have lose nothing, but I'd like to know if someone know this site and if it is a scam site or they could have simply problems.

thanks for your support.

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July 24, 2018, 09:23:10 PM
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Hi, it looks like it's a scam. He paid a few people to get new members and then be inaudible. I do not support cloud mining. They may only have a server failure, but they should have it as a notification. I do not want to scare you, but i also have similar experiences, and so i think so. There are lots of fraudulent webpages on this scene and it looks like you've become their victim. When you already want cloud mining, you should consider a verified and reliable example nicehash or hashflare website.
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