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July 14, 2020, 05:20:58 AM
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been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

Yeah I agree, I dont really trust the bad stuff bc i havent had bad experience. i htink when its more good than bad it should be good, someone will always be dissatisfied with whatever
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been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.
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July 17, 2020, 08:28:13 AM
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been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.


well... this does sound a little weird. a lot of similar companies have horrible reviews too.. it really doesnt matter as long as the company reputation os good
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July 17, 2020, 11:25:50 AM
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PointPay shared with the community the design of a new landing page, screenshot is attached https://medium.com/@pointpay/new-design-of-pointpay-ecosystem-landing-page-6ef18afd97f7

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July 18, 2020, 02:46:52 PM
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
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July 20, 2020, 01:51:06 PM
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been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.

Could you please clarify what sites you're talking about?
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July 21, 2020, 03:26:04 AM
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been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.

Could you please clarify what sites you're talking about?

There are not many, i think i saw a few on trustpilot but it also seems so sketch,. like any other blockchain based company there is trashed by unsatisfied clients sooo idk if i can trust any of these sites. I think positive reviews are well deserved, im gonna leave one too. The customer support was super helpful the other day, they were patient too and spoke well english lol pretty rare these daysss
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July 23, 2020, 03:29:26 AM
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Really glad they fixed few issues with bank, it works to the t glad they are making improvements!
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July 26, 2020, 10:16:43 PM
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
My friend, I really found what I was looking for, but it did not bring me joy, because this is not a reward, but a real joke. of course the bounty campaign didn't last too long, but $ 1,5 per job is really funny.  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

As far as I know, two percent of the total amount of funds that the project managed to raise during the bounty campaign was paid. It isn't their fault that the bounty campaign didn't bring the expected result. Now it's quite difficult to raise funds because the ICO boom period is long gone.

been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.

Could you please clarify what sites you're talking about?

There are not many, i think i saw a few on trustpilot but it also seems so sketch,. like any other blockchain based company there is trashed by unsatisfied clients sooo idk if i can trust any of these sites. I think positive reviews are well deserved, im gonna leave one too. The customer support was super helpful the other day, they were patient too and spoke well english lol pretty rare these daysss

Yeah, right, trustpilot it was.
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July 28, 2020, 03:39:27 AM
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
My friend, I really found what I was looking for, but it did not bring me joy, because this is not a reward, but a real joke. of course the bounty campaign didn't last too long, but $ 1,5 per job is really funny.  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

As far as I know, two percent of the total amount of funds that the project managed to raise during the bounty campaign was paid. It isn't their fault that the bounty campaign didn't bring the expected result. Now it's quite difficult to raise funds because the ICO boom period is long gone.

been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.

Could you please clarify what sites you're talking about?

There are not many, i think i saw a few on trustpilot but it also seems so sketch,. like any other blockchain based company there is trashed by unsatisfied clients sooo idk if i can trust any of these sites. I think positive reviews are well deserved, im gonna leave one too. The customer support was super helpful the other day, they were patient too and spoke well english lol pretty rare these daysss

Yeah, right, trustpilot it was.

I feel like these is a big difference in the way they work now oppose to like even few months ago.. DRASTIC change in products for sureee so i can kinda see how some people could be frustrated few months back, but lately they only have positive reviews so thats kinda cool
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July 30, 2020, 01:08:04 AM
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
My friend, I really found what I was looking for, but it did not bring me joy, because this is not a reward, but a real joke. of course the bounty campaign didn't last too long, but $ 1,5 per job is really funny.  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

As far as I know, two percent of the total amount of funds that the project managed to raise during the bounty campaign was paid. It isn't their fault that the bounty campaign didn't bring the expected result. Now it's quite difficult to raise funds because the ICO boom period is long gone.

been going through some of the ico listings and couldnt help but notice many positive reviews of PointPay. Makes a lot of sense since they are very transparent with their work and their cs is very helpful, ofc also some not so nice reviews but seems irrelevant since its not backed by anything really... idk so far I trust the project will do amazing  Cool

In fairness, it should be noted that there is plenty of bad reviews, too - although I didn't go into details but just skimmed through Google issuance.

I did the same thing out of curiosity and you know I came across a curious thing (I apologize for tautology). It's true that there are many negative reviews but when I dug deeper I saw that they were mostly written by some Pakistanis from whom it was the first and the last review; moreover - they don't provide any details and I doubt very much that they were PointPay customers. Looks like a planned action to defame the project.

Could you please clarify what sites you're talking about?

There are not many, i think i saw a few on trustpilot but it also seems so sketch,. like any other blockchain based company there is trashed by unsatisfied clients sooo idk if i can trust any of these sites. I think positive reviews are well deserved, im gonna leave one too. The customer support was super helpful the other day, they were patient too and spoke well english lol pretty rare these daysss

Yeah, right, trustpilot it was.

I feel like these is a big difference in the way they work now oppose to like even few months ago.. DRASTIC change in products for sureee so i can kinda see how some people could be frustrated few months back, but lately they only have positive reviews so thats kinda cool

yeah for sure these guys are def not playing around, i like what i see
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July 31, 2020, 02:46:33 PM
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
My friend, I really found what I was looking for, but it did not bring me joy, because this is not a reward, but a real joke. of course the bounty campaign didn't last too long, but $ 1,5 per job is really funny.  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

As far as I know, two percent of the total amount of funds that the project managed to raise during the bounty campaign was paid. It isn't their fault that the bounty campaign didn't bring the expected result. Now it's quite difficult to raise funds because the ICO boom period is long gone.

As far as I remember, it was even about tripling the total amount to be paid so that it was six percent.

Nevertheless, the amounts paid were so small that hardly anyone appreciated it.
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
My friend, I really found what I was looking for, but it did not bring me joy, because this is not a reward, but a real joke. of course the bounty campaign didn't last too long, but $ 1,5 per job is really funny.  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

As far as I know, two percent of the total amount of funds that the project managed to raise during the bounty campaign was paid. It isn't their fault that the bounty campaign didn't bring the expected result. Now it's quite difficult to raise funds because the ICO boom period is long gone.

As far as I remember, it was even about tripling the total amount to be paid so that it was six percent.

Nevertheless, the amounts paid were so small that hardly anyone appreciated it.

If people dont like it they can decide to not participate, everyone is such a cry baby these days

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August 06, 2020, 03:26:50 AM
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I apologize. Thank you very much for the link. the reward really extended and it has long been in my Ethereum wallet, but $ 1.5 in ETH equivalent is such a small amount that I didn’t even notice it. the equivalent of where ferum is such a small amount that I did not even notice it.

We are pleased to hear you found the reward. Smiley
My friend, I really found what I was looking for, but it did not bring me joy, because this is not a reward, but a real joke. of course the bounty campaign didn't last too long, but $ 1,5 per job is really funny.  Cheesy Grin Cheesy Grin

As far as I know, two percent of the total amount of funds that the project managed to raise during the bounty campaign was paid. It isn't their fault that the bounty campaign didn't bring the expected result. Now it's quite difficult to raise funds because the ICO boom period is long gone.

As far as I remember, it was even about tripling the total amount to be paid so that it was six percent.

Nevertheless, the amounts paid were so small that hardly anyone appreciated it.

If people dont like it they can decide to not participate, everyone is such a cry baby these days


Bet, i think the majority just like to be upset for no reason. Whatver, i see PointPay is doing a lot of new features which is pretty cool
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August 06, 2020, 01:51:31 PM
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Dear PointPay community,

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched mobile crypto banking applications for Android and iOS three weeks earlier than we expected. Within this version you can send and receive crypto, earn daily interest with crypto checking ang savings accounts as well as track your payments in the history section.

We will be pleased to get your feedback. It helps us to become better.

Continue working on the second version which will enable our customers to buy and sell crypto with debit and credit cards.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team
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August 07, 2020, 04:33:50 AM
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Dear PointPay community,

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched mobile crypto banking applications for Android and iOS three weeks earlier than we expected. Within this version you can send and receive crypto, earn daily interest with crypto checking ang savings accounts as well as track your payments in the history section.

We will be pleased to get your feedback. It helps us to become better.

Continue working on the second version which will enable our customers to buy and sell crypto with debit and credit cards.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team
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Ahhh finally, about to download the app on my iphone, hoping its as good as it sounds
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Dear PointPay community,

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched mobile crypto banking applications for Android and iOS three weeks earlier than we expected. Within this version you can send and receive crypto, earn daily interest with crypto checking ang savings accounts as well as track your payments in the history section.

We will be pleased to get your feedback. It helps us to become better.

Continue working on the second version which will enable our customers to buy and sell crypto with debit and credit cards.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team
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Ahhh finally, about to download the app on my iphone, hoping its as good as it sounds

I got the app, its pretty simple to use and works well which is surprising lol I tried a few transactions for ETH, dont knwo if it works as well for other cryptocurrencies
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August 10, 2020, 01:55:30 PM
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Dear PointPay community,

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched mobile crypto banking applications for Android and iOS three weeks earlier than we expected. Within this version you can send and receive crypto, earn daily interest with crypto checking ang savings accounts as well as track your payments in the history section.

We will be pleased to get your feedback. It helps us to become better.

Continue working on the second version which will enable our customers to buy and sell crypto with debit and credit cards.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team
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Ahhh finally, about to download the app on my iphone, hoping its as good as it sounds

I got the app, its pretty simple to use and works well which is surprising lol I tried a few transactions for ETH, dont knwo if it works as well for other cryptocurrencies

I also liked the new android app: it's very convenient. It should be noted that they spent quite a lot of time developing these two applications.
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Dear PointPay community,

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched mobile crypto banking applications for Android and iOS three weeks earlier than we expected. Within this version you can send and receive crypto, earn daily interest with crypto checking ang savings accounts as well as track your payments in the history section.

We will be pleased to get your feedback. It helps us to become better.

Continue working on the second version which will enable our customers to buy and sell crypto with debit and credit cards.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team
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Ahhh finally, about to download the app on my iphone, hoping its as good as it sounds

I got the app, its pretty simple to use and works well which is surprising lol I tried a few transactions for ETH, dont knwo if it works as well for other cryptocurrencies

I also liked the new android app: it's very convenient. It should be noted that they spent quite a lot of time developing these two applications.

Mobile applications are a must have these days. They had to launch them long ago. Wouldn't say that this is some kind of special achievement.
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August 14, 2020, 01:13:48 PM
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Dear PointPay community,

We are thrilled to announce that we have launched mobile crypto banking applications for Android and iOS three weeks earlier than we expected. Within this version you can send and receive crypto, earn daily interest with crypto checking ang savings accounts as well as track your payments in the history section.

We will be pleased to get your feedback. It helps us to become better.

Continue working on the second version which will enable our customers to buy and sell crypto with debit and credit cards.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team
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Ahhh finally, about to download the app on my iphone, hoping its as good as it sounds

I got the app, its pretty simple to use and works well which is surprising lol I tried a few transactions for ETH, dont knwo if it works as well for other cryptocurrencies

I also liked the new android app: it's very convenient. It should be noted that they spent quite a lot of time developing these two applications.

Mobile applications are a must have these days. They had to launch them long ago. Wouldn't say that this is some kind of special achievement.

Of course they are, but better late than never, eh? And besides, doing something is always more difficult than just criticizing, isn't it? Wink
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