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Author Topic: btc-arbs.com - Update: dead HYIP, Refund progress: BTC-arbs still doing refunds  (Read 254175 times)
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April 05, 2014, 03:16:20 PM
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There's a lot of bad and less good ones. The one I am in has been paying for over 8 months now. Programs can pay for years, and many have for the many years the HYIP community has been around. There's just nasty obvious ploys by some admins to get as rich as possible before shutting down prematurely such as Btc-arbs and Leancy.

You are just pushing the HYIP scheme you are in.   You haven't added any value or information to this thread.   So far it looks like you are the one trying to scam people.   


Really? If you haven't seen any value to what I have posted in this thread, then you are the fool. I'm trying to scam people? 2+3 isn't 4.

Just pushing the HYIP I'm in? I have posted one that is a million times better than the BS here and has proven itself. Also Rockwell partners which I don't promote here is a great one as well as of right now. I could give two shits about $10 referral commissions in a program I have already made a lot in.

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April 05, 2014, 03:48:19 PM
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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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April 05, 2014, 03:48:49 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

STAY AWAY: rockwell,btc-arbs,bitcoin-trader - I've been playing HYIP's and have a near flawless record over the last year. Made over 1000% return last year. Play HYIP's safely and smart! Stay away from the referral whores on this forum, especially from those putting out their referral links in their signatures. They have no other interest but to profit from you.
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April 05, 2014, 03:56:39 PM
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So which one is better than BTC arbs?


Finmutual has been paying me the longest. Rockwell-partners out of the newer ones also has interested me.

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April 05, 2014, 04:19:50 PM
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So which one is better than BTC arbs?

None at the moment, they are all the same. Be careful which ones you will trust your money in! To be honest, you're better off gambling than using these sites!
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April 05, 2014, 04:22:12 PM
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So which one is better than BTC arbs?

None at the moment, they are all the same. Be careful which ones you will trust your money in! To be honest, you're better off gambling than using these sites!

It's all gambling.

STAY AWAY: rockwell,btc-arbs,bitcoin-trader - I've been playing HYIP's and have a near flawless record over the last year. Made over 1000% return last year. Play HYIP's safely and smart! Stay away from the referral whores on this forum, especially from those putting out their referral links in their signatures. They have no other interest but to profit from you.
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April 05, 2014, 06:15:50 PM
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There's a lot of bad and less good ones. The one I am in has been paying for over 8 months now. Programs can pay for years, and many have for the many years the HYIP community has been around. There's just nasty obvious ploys by some admins to get as rich as possible before shutting down prematurely such as Btc-arbs and Leancy.

You are just pushing the HYIP scheme you are in.   You haven't added any value or information to this thread.   So far it looks like you are the one trying to scam people.   


Really? If you haven't seen any value to what I have posted in this thread, then you are the fool. I'm trying to scam people? 2+3 isn't 4.

Just pushing the HYIP I'm in? I have posted one that is a million times better than the BS here and has proven itself. Also Rockwell partners which I don't promote here is a great one as well as of right now. I could give two shits about $10 referral commissions in a program I have already made a lot in.

I agree with dyask. You just ignored all the specific questions that where asked and are still promoting one specific HYIP.

Oh look your trust rating just dropped. One of the resident ponzi killers got to you.
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April 05, 2014, 06:24:49 PM
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There's a lot of bad and less good ones. The one I am in has been paying for over 8 months now. Programs can pay for years, and many have for the many years the HYIP community has been around. There's just nasty obvious ploys by some admins to get as rich as possible before shutting down prematurely such as Btc-arbs and Leancy.

You are just pushing the HYIP scheme you are in.   You haven't added any value or information to this thread.   So far it looks like you are the one trying to scam people.  


Really? If you haven't seen any value to what I have posted in this thread, then you are the fool. I'm trying to scam people? 2+3 isn't 4.

Just pushing the HYIP I'm in? I have posted one that is a million times better than the BS here and has proven itself. Also Rockwell partners which I don't promote here is a great one as well as of right now. I could give two shits about $10 referral commissions in a program I have already made a lot in.

I agree with dyask. You just ignored all the specific questions that where asked and are still promoting one specific HYIP.

Oh look your trust rating just dropped. One of the resident ponzi killers got to you.


I'm not going to continue repeating myself..

and trust rating? Like I really care...

STAY AWAY: rockwell,btc-arbs,bitcoin-trader - I've been playing HYIP's and have a near flawless record over the last year. Made over 1000% return last year. Play HYIP's safely and smart! Stay away from the referral whores on this forum, especially from those putting out their referral links in their signatures. They have no other interest but to profit from you.
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April 05, 2014, 06:32:33 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

Yes Money-News-Online is probably the biggest Ponzi pusher out there. Strangely there is none on the list even one year online....
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April 05, 2014, 06:41:38 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

Yes Money-News-Online is probably the biggest Ponzi pusher out there. Strangely there is none on the list even one year online....

Finmutual is the closest to one year online currently listed on money-news-online. Unitedhyipleague is more than a year old. Not sure what you mean by strangely? When a year + program falls it can take time for another one to show up and become another frontrunner 1+ year one. Also doesn't take much research to see what HYIP's lasted more than a year / 2 years , etc. Also all depends on the interest rate. There's been 8% daily programs last for 8 or 9 months. That is also a huge success.

STAY AWAY: rockwell,btc-arbs,bitcoin-trader - I've been playing HYIP's and have a near flawless record over the last year. Made over 1000% return last year. Play HYIP's safely and smart! Stay away from the referral whores on this forum, especially from those putting out their referral links in their signatures. They have no other interest but to profit from you.
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April 05, 2014, 06:52:55 PM
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Bitcointrade is not compounding + they need my money for 120 days. Thats why I am still fan of btc-arb. I can withdraw my money whenever I want, and I can have interest to my interest.
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April 05, 2014, 08:31:52 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

Yes Money-News-Online is probably the biggest Ponzi pusher out there. Strangely there is none on the list even one year online....

Finmutual is the closest to one year online currently listed on money-news-online. Unitedhyipleague is more than a year old. Not sure what you mean by strangely? When a year + program falls it can take time for another one to show up and become another frontrunner 1+ year one. Also doesn't take much research to see what HYIP's lasted more than a year / 2 years , etc. Also all depends on the interest rate. There's been 8% daily programs last for 8 or 9 months. That is also a huge success.

Again you are here promoting a HYIP that by your own logic is  soon to fail.    That isn't what this thread is supposed to be about.   
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April 05, 2014, 08:34:29 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

Yes Money-News-Online is probably the biggest Ponzi pusher out there. Strangely there is none on the list even one year online....

Finmutual is the closest to one year online currently listed on money-news-online. Unitedhyipleague is more than a year old. Not sure what you mean by strangely? When a year + program falls it can take time for another one to show up and become another frontrunner 1+ year one. Also doesn't take much research to see what HYIP's lasted more than a year / 2 years , etc. Also all depends on the interest rate. There's been 8% daily programs last for 8 or 9 months. That is also a huge success.

Again you are here promoting a HYIP that by your own logic is  soon to fail.    That isn't what this thread is supposed to be about.  

I've mentioned several throughout these conversations during our analysis of btc-arbs. We could be talking about these programs for another year. No one knows. Your point?

STAY AWAY: rockwell,btc-arbs,bitcoin-trader - I've been playing HYIP's and have a near flawless record over the last year. Made over 1000% return last year. Play HYIP's safely and smart! Stay away from the referral whores on this forum, especially from those putting out their referral links in their signatures. They have no other interest but to profit from you.
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April 05, 2014, 08:36:55 PM
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Bitcointrade is not compounding + they need my money for 120 days. Thats why I am still fan of btc-arb. I can withdraw my money whenever I want, and I can have interest to my interest.

I agree, in that sense it seems a lot more legit.  (Doesn't mean I'm not afraid of them disappearing at anytime.)  
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April 05, 2014, 08:42:58 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

Yes Money-News-Online is probably the biggest Ponzi pusher out there. Strangely there is none on the list even one year online....

Finmutual is the closest to one year online currently listed on money-news-online. Unitedhyipleague is more than a year old. Not sure what you mean by strangely? When a year + program falls it can take time for another one to show up and become another frontrunner 1+ year one. Also doesn't take much research to see what HYIP's lasted more than a year / 2 years , etc. Also all depends on the interest rate. There's been 8% daily programs last for 8 or 9 months. That is also a huge success.

Again you are here promoting a HYIP that by your own logic is  soon to fail.    That isn't what this thread is supposed to be about.  

I've mentioned several throughout these conversations during our analysis of btc-arbs. We could be talking about these programs for another year. No one knows. Your point?

You haven't shown any analysis.  The only thing you'll done is claim the administrator used to run a prior HYIP from Russia.   You haven't explained how you determined that, nor have you supported any of our claims.   The only thing you have been doing is just bashing Btc-arbs and promoting your absurd HYIP that I and probably no one else is interested in.   
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April 05, 2014, 08:52:20 PM
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Yonce, if there is a newcumer on the HYIP market, how do you detect his longevity and that he is a "good one"? What are signs for that? Wheres HYIP community platforms to talk about and to learn more about good ones and bad ones?

money-news-online.com is probably the biggest english speaking HYIP site I participate in. Any site even worth thinking about investing in will be listed there. You also need to find what part of the industry you want to take part in. The high interest rate high risk ones, or risk into the low to mid level interest rate sites (under 3% daily). Every year there are some that will launch and continue paying 1 year+ and some have reached the 2 and 3 year points. Just don't get caught up in hype and you will do OK. It's the hype that rapes people who are new to HYIP's. Leancy for example was a red flag right away.

I will say it isn't the easiest industry to get use to in the beginning, but if you spend time soaking as much info in as possible you will do well.

Yes Money-News-Online is probably the biggest Ponzi pusher out there. Strangely there is none on the list even one year online....

Finmutual is the closest to one year online currently listed on money-news-online. Unitedhyipleague is more than a year old. Not sure what you mean by strangely? When a year + program falls it can take time for another one to show up and become another frontrunner 1+ year one. Also doesn't take much research to see what HYIP's lasted more than a year / 2 years , etc. Also all depends on the interest rate. There's been 8% daily programs last for 8 or 9 months. That is also a huge success.

Again you are here promoting a HYIP that by your own logic is  soon to fail.    That isn't what this thread is supposed to be about.  

I've mentioned several throughout these conversations during our analysis of btc-arbs. We could be talking about these programs for another year. No one knows. Your point?

You haven't shown any analysis.  The only thing you'll done is claim the administrator used to run a prior HYIP from Russia.   You haven't explained how you determined that, nor have you supported any of our claims.   The only thing you have been doing is just bashing Btc-arbs and promoting your absurd HYIP that I and probably no one else is interested in.    

This whole thread is a clusterfuck of analysis of something that is nothing more than a HYIP game. I'm going to continue to "bash" any HYIP that spins a Bitcoin story to target at the Bitcoin community. Who gives two shits about what HYIP anyone is interested in? absurd hyip huh? Actually as far as I remember every HYIP I have mentioned here has had more success than btc-arbs. But still who cares what HYIP's I mention on the forum? I still don't get why you would want to analyze a HYIP to see if it is legitimate??? What a waste of time... btc-arbs is nothing more than a HYIP, anyone can see that without digging for any information. You do you and I'll do me ok? I don't care if you promote btc-arbs, keep on going for it.

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April 05, 2014, 09:04:20 PM
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Rude admin at btc-arb?

Rudeness, along with condescension, is the hallmark feature of SCAMMER!

Stay away from btc-arb, people. Get your btc out RIGHT NOW.

If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, IT'S A DUCK!!!

If you have to debate whether it's a ponzi scheme or not, it MOST PROBABLY is a PONZI SCHEME.


ding ding ding. The fact that anyone is debating whether its a ponzi game or not is ludicrous.

Do your research, play ponzi games the right way, and stay away from the ones launched to steal as much money as possible as quickly as possible.

STAY AWAY: rockwell,btc-arbs,bitcoin-trader - I've been playing HYIP's and have a near flawless record over the last year. Made over 1000% return last year. Play HYIP's safely and smart! Stay away from the referral whores on this forum, especially from those putting out their referral links in their signatures. They have no other interest but to profit from you.
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Rudeness, along with condescension, is the hallmark feature of SCAMMER!
This is exactly you yonce.

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GO AWAY YONCE
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Friend tried to do a withdrawal and site would not allow her in...any scamming yet?
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