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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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July 06, 2014, 11:49:34 AM
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no reply to pm senft a couple weeks ago (
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July 06, 2014, 03:01:06 PM
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I haven't looked at the spreadsheet but I assume that it is filled with fake users and incorrect deposit amounts because the total deposited amount is less than 600 BTC.

For everyone who is new to this thread, I did not make the spreadsheet and am not using it as a reference for refunds. To claim a refund you must contact me by PM with your username, amount deposited and the address that you sent your deposit to.

Refunds do not include earnings, only the amount lost.

For everyone else, more PM replies were sent today.


Since you're not using that spreadsheet, would you at least provide some kind of idea as to who is on your list or not?  I know you're vetting each one by one, but it would be nice for some of us to know.

A reply is sent to each user who has submitted a refund request once the request has been confirmed as legitimate. The reply also includes an estimated first payment time frame. Once the first payment is received, the user will continue to receive payments until they are fully refunded.

Because of all of the scammers and fake messages each request has to be verified manually. This process takes a long time to complete but is necessary.

More PM messages are being sent right now and more payments will be sent in 10 minutes.

@btc-arbs,  I appreciate the information.  I'll sit tight then, until you get to me.  Should you need any evidence of my deposits/transactions with the site, do let me know.  Incidentally, I'm sorry for all the fake asshats who are messing things up and making your work harder for you.  Cheers.

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BTC:  1FLTMqVjTZ5MTdCF4npNZGFMEUGyBV4zcj
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July 06, 2014, 03:16:50 PM
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no reply to pm senft a couple weeks ago (

Did you try sending him an email though? I'm sure that entering your name on the list would also help.

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July 06, 2014, 04:07:19 PM
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Received my full refund on July 5th. Updated also the spreadsheet.
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July 06, 2014, 09:02:37 PM
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Hope I didn't get marked as a scammer, but I sent my transaction IDs after my main e-mail.

Have done the same, got partial refund. Aint a scammer.

Yeah, thats the biggest thing I'm worried about. Hate for any legitimate claims to be shrugged off.
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July 07, 2014, 01:18:48 AM
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Beginning of week update:

  • Many more refund request replies sent
  • 16 partial payments sent
  • Replies now contain estimated refund start dates

For everyone who is worried that I may think their request is fraudulent: If your request is real you have nothing to worry about. If I think it is fake I will still reply.
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July 07, 2014, 04:06:46 AM
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No way can i give the data he wants if the site is down

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July 07, 2014, 04:58:08 AM
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Beginning of week update:

  • Many more refund request replies sent
  • 16 partial payments sent
  • Replies now contain estimated refund start dates

For everyone who is worried that I may think their request is fraudulent: If your request is real you have nothing to worry about. If I think it is fake I will still reply.

Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?
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July 07, 2014, 07:07:49 AM
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Beginning of week update:

  • Many more refund request replies sent
  • 16 partial payments sent
  • Replies now contain estimated refund start dates

For everyone who is worried that I may think their request is fraudulent: If your request is real you have nothing to worry about. If I think it is fake I will still reply.

Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?

TXID? Is that to mean 'tax ID'? Like Social Security? If that's what it means...... how on earth is he suppose to verify that even if you give it to him. Did you use your real name on the btc-arbs site??? All you need to do is send your username from the site and the amount you deposited minus any withdraws you made. He can look at his list from there.
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July 07, 2014, 07:31:40 AM
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Beginning of week update:

  • Many more refund request replies sent
  • 16 partial payments sent
  • Replies now contain estimated refund start dates

For everyone who is worried that I may think their request is fraudulent: If your request is real you have nothing to worry about. If I think it is fake I will still reply.

Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?

TXID? Is that to mean 'tax ID'? Like Social Security? If that's what it means...... how on earth is he suppose to verify that even if you give it to him. Did you use your real name on the btc-arbs site??? All you need to do is send your username from the site and the amount you deposited minus any withdraws you made. He can look at his list from there.
TXID is probably Transaction ID.   I don't think it is necessary, but if you want to be sure he knows you deposits were valid, why not include them?
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July 07, 2014, 07:40:21 AM
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Beginning of week update:

  • Many more refund request replies sent
  • 16 partial payments sent
  • Replies now contain estimated refund start dates

For everyone who is worried that I may think their request is fraudulent: If your request is real you have nothing to worry about. If I think it is fake I will still reply.

Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?

TXID? Is that to mean 'tax ID'? Like Social Security? If that's what it means...... how on earth is he suppose to verify that even if you give it to him. Did you use your real name on the btc-arbs site??? All you need to do is send your username from the site and the amount you deposited minus any withdraws you made. He can look at his list from there.

lol are you serious?? how long have you been using BTC to not know what a TXID is??
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July 07, 2014, 07:45:50 AM
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Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?

TXID? Is that to mean 'tax ID'? Like Social Security? If that's what it means...... how on earth is he suppose to verify that even if you give it to him. Did you use your real name on the btc-arbs site??? All you need to do is send your username from the site and the amount you deposited minus any withdraws you made. He can look at his list from there.

lol are you serious?? how long have you been using BTC to not know what a TXID is??

It can't be serious lol. He registered his bitcointalk account 7 months ago, I can't believe he has never encountered "TXID" before...

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July 07, 2014, 08:22:05 AM
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Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?

TXID? Is that to mean 'tax ID'? Like Social Security? If that's what it means...... how on earth is he suppose to verify that even if you give it to him. Did you use your real name on the btc-arbs site??? All you need to do is send your username from the site and the amount you deposited minus any withdraws you made. He can look at his list from there.

lol are you serious?? how long have you been using BTC to not know what a TXID is??

It can't be serious lol. He registered his bitcointalk account 7 months ago, I can't believe he has never encountered "TXID" before...

Transaction hash would be a more common term.  I've also seen "Transaction ID", but I don't think TXID is in very common use.   Probably in some context it is.   
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July 07, 2014, 10:07:08 AM
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Received a first repayment of 0.2 btc. not much (less than 1% of my total), but at least something new on my wallet !
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July 07, 2014, 10:53:28 AM
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No way can i give the data he wants if the site is down

Please read the first message of BTC-arbs:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=474787.msg7025145#msg7025145
You find all details at the end. BTC-arbs dont take care of our spreadsheet from here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=474787.2660, nevertheless it is helpfull to track the refunds. Please add your data too.
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July 07, 2014, 01:53:09 PM
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I 've received a pm from BTC-ARBS, asking info. I sent them on 28 of june but STILL NO REFUNDS!
Does BTC-ARBS still on process of the refunding or it is a dead end? I ask this because I m not a often visitor of the thread.

yes, he's still refunding, but he is sending refund in small amounts in batches.

Just wait for a while and you'll likely start getting small payments until you have it all back.

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July 07, 2014, 03:54:39 PM
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Cool. Can I just get clarification of how best we should provide our info? Do you want TXID's etc?

TXID? Is that to mean 'tax ID'? Like Social Security? If that's what it means...... how on earth is he suppose to verify that even if you give it to him. Did you use your real name on the btc-arbs site??? All you need to do is send your username from the site and the amount you deposited minus any withdraws you made. He can look at his list from there.

lol are you serious?? how long have you been using BTC to not know what a TXID is??

It can't be serious lol. He registered his bitcointalk account 7 months ago, I can't believe he has never encountered "TXID" before...

I had a few too many last night - lol.  Need to stay off the computer after drinking.
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July 07, 2014, 05:04:45 PM
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So, I sent my email the day after he posted the instructions to do so and I still haven't received any refunds or received an email with a projected time frame of repayment. I didnt send a PM because he asked us to only send one but it is seeming like he is concentrating more on the people that sent a PM. Can you please let me know whether I need to send a PM or not because it doesnt seem like emails are your preferred choice. My BTC-ARBS account name was Organ1zedCha0s.

Thank you,
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July 07, 2014, 09:17:46 PM
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Received message confirming my deposits. Thanks BTC-Arbs!
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July 07, 2014, 11:08:47 PM
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Hi gise87

here is a new link to an editable copy of the spreadsheet.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JKPeMI91oO9_khnM-1qWFi7SflhXStC6OJC3QSFQDU8/edit#gid=1324696940

It would be great if you may continue to maintain the spreadsheet.

@ all: Please update your Data

I guess the reason for the read only of the spreadsheet was the google limitation: Only 50 users are allowed to edit the sheet in parallel.
Most of the users just want to view the sheet. So for viewing the sheet, use that link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JKPeMI91oO9_khnM-1qWFi7SflhXStC6OJC3QSFQDU8/htmlview
please.

Thanks a lot
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