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July 15, 2014, 12:24:51 PM
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This is in regards to:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28009


Be aware of it.

I got over 9k subs, then one day I see 50btc from referals earned.

I was unable to withdraw it, I message the admin many times, because like anyone else would (if you could not withdraw 50btc).


The emails me back this:


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Dude, sorry but you are a little bit annoying, we exchanged a lot of emails by now, it took too much of my time, I don't want to provide support for you anymore, if you feel that's not ok, you are free to stop using the service, I will pay you back any btc I owe.

those 50 btc you received were part of a problem on the webbsite, they are not yours, noone lost 500 btc.

bye

The site is now down, as he is fixing the bug.

But wtf. I earn 9k refs, and 7btc from refs earnt. (He got 63btc from that).
I see 50btc in my account from refs earnt, then they magically disappear when I try to withdraw.

All I can say is wtf. I have earnt him so much BTC and now he tells me he will be ignoring me from now on.

Im waiting until he pays me back the btc owed.

I will cease using his service, and stop getting him traffic.

EDIT: The reasons I emailed him many times over the year is because my account kept getting hacked and I needed him to change the link.
Im sure any admin should do that to keep their earners secure.
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July 15, 2014, 02:07:28 PM
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You should make your thread in "Service Discussion" or "Scam accusations" in my opinion. Smiley

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July 15, 2014, 02:16:50 PM
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You should try https://satoshibet.com/minesweeper
You can refer people by creating an affiliate account via https://satoshibet.com/affiliate


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July 15, 2014, 02:41:24 PM
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You said it took you a year to earn 7 btc so how the hell did you get 50 btc? Show proof or this is a scam attempt because you tried and failed to cashout from a bug.
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July 27, 2014, 10:57:53 PM
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I have 0.058 in my account.

Still cannot withdraw, been over a week, the site owner said he will not be responding to me any more, and he has stopped posting in the thread.

Im the reason the site owner has gotten ALOT of btc from his site. I got most of his traffic, then pulls a dick move like this.
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