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Author Topic: btc-arbs.com - Update: dead HYIP, Refund progress: BTC-arbs still doing refunds  (Read 254174 times)
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March 26, 2014, 11:02:17 AM
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I put in 3 BTC.

You have some balls mate- that or a lot of btc lying around Smiley




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March 26, 2014, 02:20:20 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.

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March 26, 2014, 03:25:39 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.

Nonsense, they are both using Cloudflare and both are using indeed cloudflare dns.
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March 26, 2014, 07:10:18 PM
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Hey ,

i've invested some BTC a few weeks ago ,
and 3 days ago i enabled 2 Factor Authentication , and now im not able to login to my account anymore,
however, i've sent them 2 mails in the last 3 days and didnt get an answer till now.

Now im not able to acces to my account , its first time i used 2FA ,
i type username and password then open the google app and type in the code ?! That doesn't work Sad

I will update if i get a reply from them ,  but at the moment i have a bad feeling.
If i did smth wrong with 2FA ,please tell me (:

Have a nice day
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March 26, 2014, 07:40:21 PM
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Hey ,

i've invested some BTC a few weeks ago ,
and 3 days ago i enabled 2 Factor Authentication , and now im not able to login to my account anymore,
however, i've sent them 2 mails in the last 3 days and didnt get an answer till now.

Now im not able to acces to my account , its first time i used 2FA ,
i type username and password then open the google app and type in the code ?! That doesn't work Sad

I will update if i get a reply from them ,  but at the moment i have a bad feeling.
If i did smth wrong with 2FA ,please tell me (:

Have a nice day

You have a limited amount of time to enter the code before it expires...so make sure you're entering it before it changes on your phone. I have yet to encounter any problems using the Google Authenticator on my account.
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March 26, 2014, 07:47:07 PM
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I've logged now on btc-arbs account with 2FA and no problem at all.

Check also that the device time and date (that runs the app for google authenticator) will have time and date synced with internet time, a 2 minutes of difference between the device and the real time of internet, and your code will be wrong. It's all based on internet time of the day, for the validity of the code.

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March 26, 2014, 08:45:53 PM
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LOL now it works , thank you so much !!!!

So everything is fine in my btc-arbs account (:


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March 26, 2014, 11:06:20 PM
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I noticed that I received interest on a deposit that completed only shortly before the daily interest was posted. That got me thinking that if someone was really paranoid you could time your deposits to clear just before the daily return rate is calculated, and then withdraw again right after. Then repeat. This would minimize the amount of time your btc is on the site. Issues are of course that the deposit/withdrawal times can vary (I've had one clear in minutes and another take ~8hrs) and the time at which the daily rate is calculated seems to change as well (I've only been watching for a few days). Not sure if this strategy would work out given the time frame and the unknown variables but I thought it might be worth mentioning. Good luck!
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March 27, 2014, 12:16:12 AM
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I noticed that I received interest on a deposit that completed only shortly before the daily interest was posted. That got me thinking that if someone was really paranoid you could time your deposits to clear just before the daily return rate is calculated, and then withdraw again right after. Then repeat. This would minimize the amount of time your btc is on the site. Issues are of course that the deposit/withdrawal times can vary (I've had one clear in minutes and another take ~8hrs) and the time at which the daily rate is calculated seems to change as well (I've only been watching for a few days). Not sure if this strategy would work out given the time frame and the unknown variables but I thought it might be worth mentioning. Good luck!

It doesn't always work out that way; generally when I make a deposit, I don't get credit for having it in my account when that day's results are posted. Out of five or six deposits I've only had it happen once.

Their posting times vary a lot, I imagine it has to do with how busy they were with trading that day. Generally it happens in the late afternoon PST, but occasionally it'll be around noon. Switzerland time that's either midnight, or early evening.
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March 27, 2014, 03:18:49 AM
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I noticed that I received interest on a deposit that completed only shortly before the daily interest was posted. That got me thinking that if someone was really paranoid you could time your deposits to clear just before the daily return rate is calculated, and then withdraw again right after. Then repeat. This would minimize the amount of time your btc is on the site. Issues are of course that the deposit/withdrawal times can vary (I've had one clear in minutes and another take ~8hrs) and the time at which the daily rate is calculated seems to change as well (I've only been watching for a few days). Not sure if this strategy would work out given the time frame and the unknown variables but I thought it might be worth mentioning. Good luck!

It doesn't always work out that way; generally when I make a deposit, I don't get credit for having it in my account when that day's results are posted. Out of five or six deposits I've only had it happen once.

Their posting times vary a lot, I imagine it has to do with how busy they were with trading that day. Generally it happens in the late afternoon PST, but occasionally it'll be around noon. Switzerland time that's either midnight, or early evening.

Ok yeah sounds like I may have just gotten lucky then...
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March 27, 2014, 05:33:17 AM
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I put in 3 BTC.

You have some balls mate- that or a lot of btc lying around Smiley

Balls...
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March 27, 2014, 06:25:18 AM
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I put in 3 BTC.

You have some balls mate- that or a lot of btc lying around Smiley

Balls...
Respect.  I have 1.5 in, and I'll just let it ride for a while.
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March 27, 2014, 07:18:42 AM
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This seems like just a nother hyip. Maybe the arbitrary is just the exchuse for a longer ROI.














 

 

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March 27, 2014, 09:00:05 AM
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I put in 3 BTC.

You have some balls mate- that or a lot of btc lying around Smiley

Balls...

Balls of steel. I mean I m in also but I would not put anything above 1 BTC until they are around for at least 6 months.

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March 27, 2014, 05:03:09 PM
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I put in 3 BTC.

You have some balls mate- that or a lot of btc lying around Smiley

Balls...

Balls of steel. I mean I m in also but I would not put anything above 1 BTC until they are around for at least 6 months.

The longer they exist, the higher the risk they could dissappear surprisingly.

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March 28, 2014, 01:08:12 AM
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I put in 3 BTC.

You have some balls mate- that or a lot of btc lying around Smiley

Balls...

Balls of steel. I mean I m in also but I would not put anything above 1 BTC until they are around for at least 6 months.

Well I put in less than 1 BTC and now I have more than 1 BTC there.
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March 28, 2014, 01:59:00 AM
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the fact that they are not giving any information on who they are is still a big reason i think they are not legit, even though i know you can easily make those kind of profits with arbitrage.

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March 28, 2014, 12:05:00 PM
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My history so far with btc-arbs.com

Date    Message
27/03/2014 19:46    Your investments have earned you 0.0073 bitcoins
26/03/2014 16:26    Your investments have earned you 0.0039 bitcoins
26/03/2014 00:38    Your investments have earned you 0.0036 bitcoins
24/03/2014 19:34    Your investments have earned you 0.0039 bitcoins
24/03/2014 19:28    Bitcoin withdrawal for 4.0000 bitcoins completed [Ref: *]
24/03/2014 13:24    Bitcoin withdrawal request for 4 bitcoins
23/03/2014 19:10    Your investments have earned you 0.0225 bitcoins
22/03/2014 23:03    Your investments have earned you 0.0322 bitcoins
21/03/2014 21:59    Your investments have earned you 0.0563 bitcoins
21/03/2014 00:21    Your investments have earned you 0.0688 bitcoins
19/03/2014 22:30    Your investments have earned you 0.0298 bitcoins
18/03/2014 22:03    Your investments have earned you 0.0177 bitcoins
17/03/2014 21:53    Your investments have earned you 0.0649 bitcoins
16/03/2014 22:04    Bitcoin withdrawal for 0.1299 bitcoins completed [Ref: *]
16/03/2014 21:02    Your investments have earned you 0.0584 bitcoins
16/03/2014 16:30    Bitcoin withdrawal request for 0.1299 bitcoins
15/03/2014 18:31    Your investments have earned you 0.0327 bitcoins
14/03/2014 17:08    Your investments have earned you 0.0465 bitcoins
14/03/2014 14:22    Bitcoin deposit for 4.0000 bitcoins completed [Ref: *]
13/03/2014 21:25    Your investments have earned you 0.0002 bitcoins
12/03/2014 21:37    Your investments have earned you 0.0005 bitcoins
12/03/2014 16:40    Bitcoin deposit for 0.0500 bitcoins completed [Ref: *]
12/03/2014 09:48    Account created

I'v very satisfied with the result.

You will notice the delay for the withdrawal is about 6 hours.
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March 28, 2014, 12:16:02 PM
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Another remark the usual HYIP don't allow withdrawal of the primary investment. Once you invest it gone and you can only withdraw the daily/hourly profits.

That is what I like about btc-arbs you can withdraw your primary investment anytime.
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March 28, 2014, 02:09:47 PM
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Another remark the usual HYIP don't allow withdrawal of the primary investment. Once you invest it gone and you can only withdraw the daily/hourly profits.

That is what I like about btc-arbs you can withdraw your primary investment anytime.

That is actually a new trend in the HYIP arena right now. Check on money-news-online.com one of the most prominent HYIP pushers around. Many HYIPs using this feature recently, thinking it makes them more credible. btc-arbs.com is of course listed there as well. What they forget is that each and every real investment company has of course a lock-in period of deposited funds, giving them planning security. Have you ever wondered why your bank is locking in funds other than for you current account?
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