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April 25, 2014, 05:35:01 PM
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April 25, 2014, 05:35:55 PM
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THIS IS A SCAM. Do not invest anything here.
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April 25, 2014, 05:38:08 PM
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looks like a ponzi, I will send a really small amount of bitcoin however and see if it works/legit.

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April 25, 2014, 05:50:00 PM
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looks like a ponzi, I will send a really small amount of bitcoin however and see if it works/legit.

Sounds great...But to your answer assumption of "ponzi" I highly recommend you see the "how it works" page, tells you a lot about where the money goes and how it is returned!

THIS IS A SCAM. Do not invest anything here.
What makes you say this?
If you have any questions about my business then you talk to me about it...not jump to conclusions about it in my thread?

If anyone needs some sort of proof I am trustworthy, I can provide my bitbond identifier with more than 2 loans paid off worth more than 1BTC each (sure not much, but they were repaid that's the main thing)
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April 25, 2014, 06:06:49 PM
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looks like a ponzi, I will send a really small amount of bitcoin however and see if it works/legit.

Sounds great...But to your answer assumption of "ponzi" I highly recommend you see the "how it works" page, tells you a lot about where the money goes and how it is returned!

THIS IS A SCAM. Do not invest anything here.
What makes you say this?
If you have any questions about my business then you talk to me about it...not jump to conclusions about it in my thread?

If anyone needs some sort of proof I am trustworthy, I can provide my bitbond identifier with more than 2 loans paid off worth more than 1BTC each (sure not much, but they were repaid that's the main thing)
If this is legit contact a legit escrow to hold 10 BTC or more for when you run off with peoples' funds. It is impossible to guarantee 35% daily returns to investors. Impossible. If this was true, we'd all be millionaires and inflation would be the largest thing in the world.
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April 25, 2014, 06:11:15 PM
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looks like a ponzi, I will send a really small amount of bitcoin however and see if it works/legit.

Sounds great...But to your answer assumption of "ponzi" I highly recommend you see the "how it works" page, tells you a lot about where the money goes and how it is returned!

THIS IS A SCAM. Do not invest anything here.
What makes you say this?
If you have any questions about my business then you talk to me about it...not jump to conclusions about it in my thread?

If anyone needs some sort of proof I am trustworthy, I can provide my bitbond identifier with more than 2 loans paid off worth more than 1BTC each (sure not much, but they were repaid that's the main thing)

I'm reading through your site and no doubt it looks intriguing...
I might give the 1 week a shot with about .5BTC and see how I go maybe later tomorrow. I've seen your loans on bitbond so I already know your trust worthy there but hopefully you can prove the same here and with your site.
TheGambler = BTCinvests. Obvious shill is obvious.
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