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January 16, 2012, 06:00:45 PM
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What email address are the emails sent from?  I want to look and make sure they are not going in my spam folder or something.

EDIT: Nice looking newsletter, btw.

Thanks  Grin  I believe contact@bitcoinbetas.com   
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January 16, 2012, 07:10:46 PM
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my confirmation email came from bitcoinbetas@gmail.com via createsend5.com
and the weekly emails came from contact@bitcoinbetas.com via createsend3.com

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January 16, 2012, 10:27:38 PM
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how many emails should i be receiving?  i think i'm signed up but i don't seem to be getting many.

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January 16, 2012, 11:39:00 PM
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you not think it is a too big rate per email?

with rate of 0.005 btc per email it is 1000 emails = 5BTC by today rate * $6.70 = $33.5

usual in PTR business the normal rate for 1000 emails user get 40 cents. ( 0.04 cents per 1 email and click on verification link )

you pay $33.5 vs $0.40  Huh

if you realy have a emails and you are not a just next scam then i will be a rich from your site... very big difference with the normal rate i think

lets see if I compare your site with one of the biggest and trusted sites in the PTR industry like donkeymails. Their rate is $0.01 ( 1 cent ) per email ( or was last time when i check them ) it is a still big difference. they pay $10 you $33  Huh

end i not count if i start to share every email to double my income.

lets calculate on minimum bitc rate: 5btc *  $3 = $15 still 50% more than donkey *100% if I share = $30...

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maybe you find something new in the PTR that donkey not know for their 6+ years more expirience in this business.

even you not make your home work. it is not so hard to configure and install a ptr script, put a some good design and start your business. What you do? you collect a emails and lets ppl to click with the hope of payment?

the conclusion of this all is only one word - SCAM

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January 16, 2012, 11:46:33 PM
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you not think it is a too big rate per email?

with rate of 0.005 btc per email it is 1000 emails = 5BTC by today rate * $6.70 = $33.5

usual in PTR business the normal rate for 1000 emails user get 40 cents. ( 0.04 cents per 1 email and click on verification link )

you pay $33.5 vs $0.40  Huh

if you realy have a emails and you are not a just next scam then i will be a rich from your site... very big difference with the normal rate i think

lets see if I compare your site with one of the biggest and trusted sites in the PTR industry like donkeymails. Their rate is $0.01 ( 1 cent ) per email ( or was last time when i check them ) it is a still big difference. they pay $10 you $33  Huh

end i not count if i start to share every email to double my income.

lets calculate on minimum bitc rate: 5btc *  $3 = $15 still 50% more than donkey *100% if I share = $30...

donkeymails Created on: 16-Dec-04
bitcoinbetas Created on: 04-Jun-11

maybe you find something new in the PTR that donkey not know for their 6+ years more expirience in this business.

even you not make your home work. it is not so hard to configure and install a ptr script, put a some good design and start your business. What you do? you collect a emails and lets ppl to click with the hope of payment?

the conclusion of this all is only one word - SCAM

i subscribed to this service understanding the rules first, 1 e-mail or less a week bitcoin related and sponsored. Received my payment from the first one like many others. PM me your e-mail and i will send you a copy, you will see it has nothing to do with regular .01 cent SPAM Wink

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January 16, 2012, 11:51:42 PM
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how many emails should i be receiving?  i think i'm signed up but i don't seem to be getting many.

think... just think a little... who will pay you to read his email/ads?

if you want to advertise your oen business you will pay on someone ( unknown person ) just to read your email? or you will want to target your ads to range of ppl by years, locations etc...

if you sell a pampers you will pay on a single father just to read that you sell a pampers? or will want to target your emails only to mother in 20-35 years if is possible from a region that you delivery your product ( exclude zambia for example, maybe only in US ), if is possible to have a baby maybe not a child on 15 years old?

lets say who will pay so much for nothing. i explain how much is this in above. and of course do not forget that something need to stay for his profit not only for your Smiley so $33 for you and $33 for him... WOW  Roll Eyes

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January 16, 2012, 11:52:52 PM
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i subscribed to this service understanding the rules first, 1 e-mail or less a week bitcoin related and sponsored. Received my payment from the first one like many others. PM me your e-mail and i will send you a copy, you will see it has nothing to do with regular .01 cent SPAM Wink

nothing impressed.
all scams pay in the beginning.

"sponsored"? have a ppl that have a money to pay for nothing?

i just say the facts. it is too good to be true when facts talk.

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January 17, 2012, 12:12:17 AM
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i subscribed to this service understanding the rules first, 1 e-mail or less a week bitcoin related and sponsored. Received my payment from the first one like many others. PM me your e-mail and i will send you a copy, you will see it has nothing to do with regular .01 cent SPAM Wink

nothing impressed.
all scams pay in the beginning.

"sponsored"? have a ppl that have a money to pay for nothing?

i just say the facts. it is too good to be true when facts talk.

of course you will have to know what scams are before calling a service as such. I didn't give more than my e-mail and benefit from being up to date with bitcoin related things and some cents for reading on that. If the owner doesn't keep his word i don't lose anything. Dunno, just my opinion on this.

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January 17, 2012, 12:34:22 AM
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of course you will have to know what scams are before calling a service as such. I didn't give more than my e-mail and benefit from being up to date with bitcoin related things and some cents for reading on that. If the owner doesn't keep his word i don't lose anything. Dunno, just my opinion on this.

you not catch the idea. yes of course you not will lose anything. i am sure you receive a plenty of spam emails like many of us.

this is a great way if someone want to collect a good working emails. pay so nothing - 1 email per week but get so much emails for sale after this.

i receive one great email with: "Also, we'll be including a removal link in every email we send you, so you can leave our list any time that suits you"
realy will delete my email or just check in your database "do not use ( for now )" and sale the database when it grow.

before 6-7 years have a porn sponsors that pay $1 per every free signup email from your referal link. they pay more than him Cheesy

when you have your 5BTC for your 1000 email reading then we will talk... just we not know how many your email will be sold to this moment.

nm it seems you just don't care for this things.

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January 17, 2012, 01:30:02 AM
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of course you will have to know what scams are before calling a service as such. I didn't give more than my e-mail and benefit from being up to date with bitcoin related things and some cents for reading on that. If the owner doesn't keep his word i don't lose anything. Dunno, just my opinion on this.

you not catch the idea. yes of course you not will lose anything. i am sure you receive a plenty of spam emails like many of us.

this is a great way if someone want to collect a good working emails. pay so nothing - 1 email per week but get so much emails for sale after this.

i receive one great email with: "Also, we'll be including a removal link in every email we send you, so you can leave our list any time that suits you"
realy will delete my email or just check in your database "do not use ( for now )" and sale the database when it grow.

before 6-7 years have a porn sponsors that pay $1 per every free signup email from your referal link. they pay more than him Cheesy

when you have your 5BTC for your 1000 email reading then we will talk... just we not know how many your email will be sold to this moment.

nm it seems you just don't care for this things.

Hi Saykor,

You can simply unsubscribe if you don't like the emails.   I'm not really sure what your trying to get out but I'm willing to listen  Grin
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January 17, 2012, 06:12:21 PM
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this is a great way if someone want to collect a good working emails. pay so nothing - 1 email per week but get so much emails for sale after this.
When I start getting spam on the address I'll simply drop the alias and then the address is dead.
I don't even have to bother with opting out; the spammer can waste his resources with another dead email.
So what are you so butthurt about? Angry because someone pays more for reading emails than you do?

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January 20, 2012, 09:06:14 AM
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Sounds like this could be interesting, and give me some BTC so I'm in.
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January 20, 2012, 09:40:29 AM
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That's nice information you are given.
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January 20, 2012, 04:39:46 PM
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That's nice information you are given.

Did you sign up?  Smiley
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January 20, 2012, 05:07:34 PM
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That's great, i will check it out!
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January 20, 2012, 10:47:22 PM
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"You can simply unsubscribe if you don't like the emails."
And I suppose you just will delete my email forever and not will keep it but stop to send a emails to me?
simply is not that simply.

When I start getting spam on the address I'll simply drop the alias and then the address is dead.
I don't even have to bother with opting out; the spammer can waste his resources with another dead email.

you will,, 99% of other users not will.

So what are you so butthurt about? Angry because someone pays more for reading emails than you do?

he is not my competitor i am a web developer and i not have ptr site so i not pay for emails.

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February 02, 2012, 03:17:00 AM
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Is this still active?
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February 02, 2012, 07:45:58 PM
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Is this still active?

Hi yes, we currently re-vamping some things and we'll be back in full mode very soon. I'll post here when we are.  Grin
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February 02, 2012, 09:51:19 PM
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How can this possible be more paying than mining?
I had some difficulty understanding this statement. Please correct me where I'm wrong:
How can there possibly be more payment revenue than mining revenue?
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February 02, 2012, 11:38:18 PM
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How can this possible be more paying than mining?
I had some difficulty understanding this statement. Please correct me where I'm wrong:
How can there possibly be more payment revenue than mining revenue?
If you are using a Pentium 4 to mine, or maybe even an unlucky quad core.

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