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Author Topic: btc-arbs.com - Update: dead HYIP, Refund progress: BTC-arbs still doing refunds  (Read 254176 times)
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April 26, 2014, 04:01:51 AM
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I don't understand this. I can't log in....an error has occurred: incorrect login credentials
I have put mine username and password and 2 FA many times, still same error Huh

yesterday I haven't any problems....

You might want to take a look at the discussion backlog...don't be surprised. It's just the BTC-arbs implosion countdown, get ready for the ride!

Ah some people are not so clever, others it seems just like to spread fud. Please try a little common sense next time! If you haven't logged in since the website meltdown previously (if you somehow managed to miss that) then you will need to reset your login credentials using the websites password reset tool. Yes my name is Adam and you can thank me later, please send bitcoin to 14Ym4zN27QFUZjckN4y2wsMmhhJ22xc27P k thx bye. Wink
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April 26, 2014, 04:09:07 AM
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I've had enough of you ignorant bastards doing nothing but spreading more FUD. It is not constructive at all and you have nothing of substance to offer. If it's a scam, let it be more than just your speculation, offer something the public may not know. How many times has the site gone down and the flood of scam evangelists rush to the forums with doomsday prophecy? I remember countless posts here and there about how it was all over, "you're all screwed", with tremendous confidence of those posters who never returned to apologize. Oh and just so you know - most of us were looking at this as very high risk and could afford to lose what was invested. We are adults (in most cases). Add to the discussion productively, with factual news, as everyone has an opinion. We don't care to hear about the 38 dollars you lost and we all should have known better.

Well said. Way too many newbies on here crying boohoo and spreading FUD over their supposed lost .1 bitcoin. Honestly if you're still living in mommies basement you should be more concerned with other things, like video games or something. Leave bitcoin "investing" to the grown ups. LOLsauce.
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April 26, 2014, 04:47:02 AM
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I've had enough of you ignorant bastards doing nothing but spreading more FUD. It is not constructive at all and you have nothing of substance to offer. If it's a scam, let it be more than just your speculation, offer something the public may not know. How many times has the site gone down and the flood of scam evangelists rush to the forums with doomsday prophecy? I remember countless posts here and there about how it was all over, "you're all screwed", with tremendous confidence of those posters who never returned to apologize. Oh and just so you know - most of us were looking at this as very high risk and could afford to lose what was invested. We are adults (in most cases). Add to the discussion productively, with factual news, as everyone has an opinion. We don't care to hear about the 38 dollars you lost and we all should have known better.

Well said. Way too many newbies on here crying boohoo and spreading FUD over their supposed lost .1 bitcoin. Honestly if you're still living in mommies basement you should be more concerned with other things, like video games or something. Leave bitcoin "investing" to the grown ups. LOLsauce.

Speaking of being adults: don't read it if you 'have had enough'. The simple fact is: there is still hope floating around even in this room, so people are waiting and wondering with one foot in and one foot out so to speak. It's the natural progression of both humans and business and the interactions that go on. Not to mention many people have a lot more at risk than .1btc and it is their right to have access to their money, when they can't, they have ever right in the book to bitch and moan. So.... Be an adult and deal with it or DONT READ IT! Find a book to read, do some exercise, get out and do something rather than reading what you have 'had enough of'.
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April 26, 2014, 05:25:53 AM
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Just an update. I was able to withdraw my BTC amount that was transferred out of the legacy status. Granted it was a very small amount of my total but they did give me that much back. Only 1.6 more BTC to go now Roll Eyes

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April 26, 2014, 06:42:26 AM
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Just an update. I was able to withdraw my BTC amount that was transferred out of the legacy status. Granted it was a very small amount of my total but they did give me that much back. Only 1.6 more BTC to go now Roll Eyes


WTF? So WHY would they let people withdraw now if they are going to run?Huh? This is some strange scammer.

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April 26, 2014, 06:44:36 AM
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This morning (CET Time) received 0,0025 btc back from legacy found to normal found.

Someone else ?

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April 26, 2014, 06:46:09 AM
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Yep that is why it is weird. It reminds me of what happened/happening with cryptorush. Coins where taken in a hack and the plan is to pay everyone back over time even though it will be small fraction at a time.

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April 26, 2014, 07:30:19 AM
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This morning (CET Time) received 0,0025 btc back from legacy found to normal found.

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26/04/2014 04:39   Legacy Fund Transfer of 0.0052

At this rate I be up to .1 btc in about 2 months. 
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April 26, 2014, 07:37:32 AM
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This morning (CET Time) received 0,0025 btc back from legacy found to normal found.

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Yes, I had .0103 transferred from my legacy to my regular Account. ]
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April 26, 2014, 08:28:53 AM
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Yes, we all got this. It s not the question how much but the question is WHY?? You are a scammer, community knows about this and the actual deposits seriously decrease. Yet, you disburse SIGNIFICANT amount of BTC every other day and let people withdraw. It does sound a small amount per account but multiply this with 20-30k accounts.

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April 26, 2014, 09:23:45 AM
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I suspect that they afraid of Bank Run.
So they dismiss a very small amount of legacy funds, so to be manageable the withdraw. personally I left all the returns of legacy funds so to see what will happen. I feel that it may be a not so clear scam case...
I m worried about that earns have not be appeared on the account and breaks the case of Acquisition statement.

what I can believe? May some guys still deposit their bitcoins and we get a share of them, so we are all scams because we withdraw these very small shares to our wallets!

I suggest to leave all these fractions of our investments to the site and see what is going on. We never know if withdraws come back to us as boomerang!


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April 26, 2014, 10:16:45 AM
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I'm amazed they're not even trying to defend themselves anywhere. If they're truly not a scam then, if I was them, I'd be going out of my way to prove everything is cool and above board. Their silence and posting messages on results only makes things worse.

I'm still hanging on to the hope that they're just a badly run company from a custom service point of view.

PSA: scrypt.cc is a scam, most likely of the "ponzi" variety. You will lose your money if you try to "invest" or "play" or whatever you want to call your participation in this shitshow. You've been warned.
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April 26, 2014, 11:31:42 AM
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I don't understand this. I can't log in....an error has occurred: incorrect login credentials
I have put mine username and password and 2 FA many times, still same error Huh

yesterday I haven't any problems....

....still same error  Cry

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April 26, 2014, 12:16:02 PM
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Try a different browser, that solved the issue for me once.

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April 26, 2014, 12:44:32 PM
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Try a different browser, that solved the issue for me once.

I have tried Mozilla, chrome , opera...still the same error message  Huh

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April 26, 2014, 12:47:35 PM
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After doing research i decided on this one instead. But only risk what you can afford to loose if it is a scam.


https://bitcoin-trader.biz/?ref=gelsicapital

this is the same as btc arbs.
whois protection,
domain expires august 2014,
dns server is at gg.com, which is a betting site. i have no idea how that fits in, that usually is a hosting company or registar. i guess gg.com offers anonymous dns for a fee or something like that.

wouldnt touch that one either.

EDIT: it is hosted with cloudflare, so why not use cloudflare dns? ip: 198.41.190.30

and btc-arbs has webkevlar.net as a dns host. sounds like a bullitproof provider. no info on that domain on the internet anywhere either. and a ping of 250ms.

I agree they both seem shady but this one seemed the better of the two evils.

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April 26, 2014, 12:55:00 PM
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26/04/2014 04:39   Legacy Fund Transfer of 0.0038 - I am so happy now....you all know this is sarcasm....right?
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April 26, 2014, 01:18:31 PM
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26/04/2014 04:39   Legacy Fund Transfer of 0.0038 - I am so happy now....you all know this is sarcasm....right?

we know, we know...  Sad
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April 26, 2014, 03:21:15 PM
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hey guys !
did anyone receive any reply since 24th to support ticket ?

actually I didn't get anything after the "Aquisition" post ... ( yes I wrote em a few tickets ... about 3 )

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April 26, 2014, 03:34:30 PM
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good to hear that some people are able to withdraw part of their funds at least. doesn't help me (and the others) who simply had their accounts removed, though.

hope my 10 btc that are gone there will help pay back some funds instead of just being stolen by the admin... not any better for me in either case, but for some.
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