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May 21, 2014, 04:00:46 PM
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 coinsbin.com is a liar
I bought 350GHS 05btc them for 3 days did not open mill in them, then say they do not as a 350GHS service, let me transfer 0.5BTC into their accounts to help me open 1.2T service, or I can choose to refund, I apply for refund they said to buckle I 0.1And after 48 hours to account, I suspect that the money did not arrive, they said to buckle I 0.1 is to cheat I 0.5btc to recharge Open Cloud mine force 1.2t please be careful it is a  Company as long as 1 men cheated them less money carefully!!
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May 23, 2014, 03:27:56 AM
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The site reminds me of minersbit.com sooo much (which was a scam) ... PLEASE be careful and ideally avoid sending ANY money to them until they have been proven legitmate and around for a while
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