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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 23, 2014, 02:53:18 PM
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Thanks for review, have a second think about it, i did and i think we need the option to accept incoming transactions.

People with enough power = Gavin & Luke Jr or similar i don;t mind they are already writing the wallet app itself!

Also could be an Optional plugin app written by anyone. List administered by reputable entities such at Bitcointalk admins. Once the list is out there will be other people offering the same service, people who will charge you money to do the homework for you ... there could be many registries of stained wallets, you can point your app to any or all of them.

I'd rather have it part of the wallet while BTC is still an experiment, but that's just one vote.

Regarding new addresses, first the comparison has to be machine, you can't expect people to look at wallets and tell the difference, they could match all but one letter: has to be machine made via script.

New address for each transaction does not matter at all, the new address they create will be stained immediately the minute they move anything into it. If you are innocent and pay them money, you are right maybe your wallet does not have to get stained because you did not profit: the messaged popped up in your face and you clicked yes i want to pay this stained wallet. You took the chance and lost the money, does not mean you are a thief, but if you are noob and you have good money in your wallet and someone wants to send you money, you are warned it is coming from stained wallet and if you accept then as you would in real money you'd be VERY accountable!

2 ways to unstain your wallet:
1. stupid way is to return full amount to sender (exact full amount). you pay network fee which you can set to 0.00000001. but you have to pay that, can't return all minus the fee you'll still be stained.
2. better way is the wallet app itself notifies you that you have an incoming transaction and you need to accept it. There is NO problem in that: the transaction does not become a transaction encapsulated in a block to be solved Until the destination has approved it.

It is like sending email, but at the receiving end, you don;t get the email straight away, you get a notification: person X wants to send you an email, do you accept? no: exchange cancels transfer as if it didn't happen, if yes then you get it ...

all easily feasible.

No problem even for high speed transactions such as in exchanges: if the wallet is not red flagged then no need for manual acceptance.

Good thing with the block chain is that you can retrospectively stain all wallets: say the son of a B talks to you today and you don't know he's going to scam you, you only find out at the end, then the red flagging starts from the minute the piece of S started his transaction with you.

Sorry you tell you, but what you are talking here is nonsense. That is not how Bitcoin and the wallets are working.
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April 23, 2014, 03:29:41 PM
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What nobody has explained is 'why all the theatrics?'.... If he wanted to load up his private plane and fly off to the Caribbean  with our money, why not just close the site and move on.  Really I believe this whole horse and pony show is so he/they can try to make up what was lost.
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April 23, 2014, 04:02:38 PM
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What nobody has explained is 'why all the theatrics?'.... If he wanted to load up his private plane and fly off to the Caribbean  with our money, why not just close the site and move on.  Really I believe this whole horse and pony show is so he/they can try to make up what was lost.

People have been saying because plenty of people are still sending their BTC there.

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April 23, 2014, 04:15:25 PM
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Where can we see people sending still their coins to dat scam?

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April 23, 2014, 04:22:46 PM
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Where can see people sending still their coins to dat scam?

Posters above have stated BTC are still being send to the deposit address. I have not looked to verify because it really doesnt matter to me. All we can do is wait and see at this point.

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April 23, 2014, 04:34:47 PM
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Has anyone received anything aside from the 2 known transfers from legacy to active? Anyone with a 3rd transfer?
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April 23, 2014, 04:59:45 PM
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Has anyone received anything aside from the 2 known transfers from legacy to active? Anyone with a 3rd transfer?

Nope. No answers in the support zone either.
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April 23, 2014, 05:57:15 PM
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Since Friday, April 18, I'm not able to login anymore - says invalid credentials. I contacted support on Friday, waited during holidays and contacted them again yesterday and still no answer. Since I registered AFTER the heartbleed bug, I use a Linux-based desktop and I have 15+ characters long password I doubt I've been victim to phishing or other attack. Admins simply blocked my account and stole little more than 10 BTC deposited!

DO NOT PUT YOUR MONEY TO BTC-ARBS, IT'S A SCAM!!!
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April 23, 2014, 06:33:35 PM
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Since Friday, April 18, I'm not able to login anymore - says invalid credentials. I contacted support on Friday, waited during holidays and contacted them again yesterday and still no answer. Since I registered AFTER the heartbleed bug, I use a Linux-based desktop and I have 15+ characters long password I doubt I've been victim to phishing or other attack. Admins simply blocked my account and stole little more than 10 BTC deposited!

DO NOT PUT YOUR MONEY TO BTC-ARBS, IT'S A SCAM!!!

I have substantially more than that in there and can still access my account. Can't access my MONEY...but I can log in, at least.
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April 23, 2014, 06:36:25 PM
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Since Friday, April 18, I'm not able to login anymore - says invalid credentials. I contacted support on Friday, waited during holidays and contacted them again yesterday and still no answer. Since I registered AFTER the heartbleed bug, I use a Linux-based desktop and I have 15+ characters long password I doubt I've been victim to phishing or other attack. Admins simply blocked my account and stole little more than 10 BTC deposited!

DO NOT PUT YOUR MONEY TO BTC-ARBS, IT'S A SCAM!!!

I find this statement hard to believe. While you may have issues accessing your account, I don't believe they have just run off with the money because it's a scam. Have you read any of the previous posts? btc-arbs is operating under a specific MO in this mess/ponzi/rip-off, and that MO doesn't include locking people out just to take funds.
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April 23, 2014, 07:28:12 PM
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I opened a support ticket yesterday with btc-arbs, asking for more information or a web site to global capital alliance - response so far: NONE!
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April 23, 2014, 07:37:26 PM
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I opened a support ticket yesterday with btc-arbs, asking for more information or a web site to global capital alliance - response so far: NONE!

just FYI

as mentioned earlier in this thread:

http://globalalliancecapital.com

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April 23, 2014, 07:42:35 PM
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Since Friday, April 18, I'm not able to login anymore - says invalid credentials. I contacted support on Friday, waited during holidays and contacted them again yesterday and still no answer. Since I registered AFTER the heartbleed bug, I use a Linux-based desktop and I have 15+ characters long password I doubt I've been victim to phishing or other attack. Admins simply blocked my account and stole little more than 10 BTC deposited!

DO NOT PUT YOUR MONEY TO BTC-ARBS, IT'S A SCAM!!!

I find this statement hard to believe. While you may have issues accessing your account, I don't believe they have just run off with the money because it's a scam. Have you read any of the previous posts? btc-arbs is operating under a specific MO in this mess/ponzi/rip-off, and that MO doesn't include locking people out just to take funds.

Of course it does: Since I registered and deposited my BTCs after the heartbleed bug, they had no legitimate reason to freeze my balance. Instead, they just locked it. Is there anyone else here who registered after 12th April and deposited larger amount of BTCs, say at least 10?
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April 23, 2014, 07:43:49 PM
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on their website they mention earlier events still as "upcomming events" :

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Location:    
 Trading Market Technicals Open House
 
 
 Trading Market Technicals Course
87 Main Street  Matawan NJ 07747
Dates:  October 22 to 26  November 5 to 9 and November 26 to 30
 
 Trading Market Technicals Course
 2821 S Parker Rd, Suite 185, Aurora, CO 80014.  Suite is located in Pavilion Tower 2 on the first floor.                                                                                                                      
 Dates:  October 23, 24, 25
 
 Trading Market Technicals course
Milwaukee, WI
Dates:   October 30 – November 1, 2012

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is anybody here out of this areas (Matawan NJ 07747, Aurora, CO 80014 or Milwaukee, WI)
which could make perhaps some investigation who rented the meeting room there in 2012 ?

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April 23, 2014, 07:44:32 PM
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I opened a support ticket yesterday with btc-arbs, asking for more information or a web site to global capital alliance - response so far: NONE!

just FYI

as mentioned earlier in this thread:

http://globalalliancecapital.com



Called them, Global Alliance Capital, LLC
87 Main Street
Matawan, NJ 07747
Phone: 732-290-9189
Fax: 732-812-4080

Guy had "no idea what you are talking about"

click..........
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April 23, 2014, 07:52:48 PM
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I opened a support ticket yesterday with btc-arbs, asking for more information or a web site to global capital alliance - response so far: NONE!

just FYI

as mentioned earlier in this thread:

http://globalalliancecapital.com



Called them, Global Alliance Capital, LLC
87 Main Street
Matawan, NJ 07747
Phone: 732-290-9189
Fax: 732-812-4080

Guy had "no idea what you are talking about"

click..........


Mhhhh ... maybe somebody should just ask them whether they are the buyer or on ...

The have a online-contact form ...

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April 23, 2014, 07:54:20 PM
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guys ... that's not who we're after ...
they mentioned wallets and stuff ... maybe that's a better starting point than the name ...

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April 23, 2014, 08:03:01 PM
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I opened a support ticket yesterday with btc-arbs, asking for more information or a web site to global capital alliance - response so far: NONE!

just FYI

as mentioned earlier in this thread:

http://globalalliancecapital.com



Called them, Global Alliance Capital, LLC
87 Main Street
Matawan, NJ 07747
Phone: 732-290-9189
Fax: 732-812-4080

Guy had "no idea what you are talking about"

click..........


Mhhhh ... maybe somebody should just ask them whether they are the buyer or on ...

The have a online-contact form ...



You people have it backwards, it's not "Global Alliance Capital". In the Acquisition message from btc-arbs, it states "Global Capital Alliance", not Global Alliance Capital.
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April 23, 2014, 08:24:04 PM
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Results were just posted, but still no transfer from legacy to active, at least not for me.
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April 23, 2014, 08:25:47 PM
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Things are heating up.....hahaha
https://btc-arbs.com/results/2014/04/23.html

Actually got an investment earned,,, if I hold out for the next 500 days I will get all my return back. Granted there is no server crash, easters, acquisitions, or I can simply cash out.
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