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August 22, 2015, 05:09:48 PM
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I mean that is not advisable to invest here ? badbitcoin people recommended me this product in mining of scrypt
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August 22, 2015, 06:08:21 PM
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I mean that is not advisable to invest here ? badbitcoin people recommended me this product in mining of scrypt

Am guessing by your comments your native language is not English. If you are asking it is not advisable then that is correct do  not invest here as their hash rates are broken and will face problems if you hash with.
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August 24, 2015, 06:56:59 AM
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BitJohn hasn't been active since June 12. Has anyone managed to get a refund?  Should we simply call mintsy a scam at this point?














 

 

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August 24, 2015, 07:16:40 AM
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BitJohn hasn't been active since June 12. Has anyone managed to get a refund?  Should we simply call mintsy a scam at this point?

Come on..
Have you ever tried to read thread tittle carefully?
 [Official] Mintsy.co Thread **SHA contracts 150% more hash same price!!! RETRO**

So what it means that they are giving you almost twice more hash than what is paid for. Have you thought where the hell that extra hash is cumming from?

For me all threads with titles like this are 100% scams from day one!

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August 24, 2015, 07:38:45 AM
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BitJohn hasn't been active since June 12. Has anyone managed to get a refund?  Should we simply call mintsy a scam at this point?

Come on..
Have you ever tried to read thread tittle carefully?
 [Official] Mintsy.co Thread **SHA contracts 150% more hash same price!!! RETRO**

So what it means that they are giving you almost twice more hash than what is paid for. Have you thought where the hell that extra hash is cumming from?

For me all threads with titles like this are 100% scams from day one!


I've been watching this thread since the start of summer. Seems like the one that didn't even read it was you. :p














 

 

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August 24, 2015, 07:40:52 AM
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BitJohn hasn't been active since June 12. Has anyone managed to get a refund?  Should we simply call mintsy a scam at this point?

Come on..
Have you ever tried to read thread tittle carefully?
 [Official] Mintsy.co Thread **SHA contracts 150% more hash same price!!! RETRO**

So what it means that they are giving you almost twice more hash than what is paid for. Have you thought where the hell that extra hash is cumming from?

For me all threads with titles like this are 100% scams from day one!


I've been watching this thread since the start of summer. Seems like the one that didn't even read it was you. :p
Never mind dude. Ia am too lazy probably. For me 1+1=2 and that is all there is no way 1+1=4 or whatever ....
Speaking of thread title 1+1 = 3.5 Wink
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August 26, 2015, 08:52:43 AM
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This is the worst service i ever had !!!  Angry
For more than a week, i have zero speed.
Mintsy, isn't getting any money from me.

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August 26, 2015, 09:14:11 AM
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I think that at this point it should be pointed out that this service is very close to being a scam. Unless someone here managed to get a refund, I've heard nothing but negative experiences. Furthermoire, BitJohn hasn't been online here for months and the support isn't helpful. Stay away people.














 

 

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August 27, 2015, 05:24:46 PM
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I think that at this point it should be pointed out that this service is very close to being a scam. Unless someone here managed to get a refund, I've heard nothing but negative experiences. Furthermoire, BitJohn hasn't been online here for months and the support isn't helpful. Stay away people.

I'm having the same inactive contract issue with external and Mintsy pools, so far over 2 weeks and a bunch of lame excuses later and I have yet to get a refund. My initial experience was great by the way, I bought a total of 8 contracts with them, the first two went just fine. Two more stopped working close to contract end, the last 4 still have months on them and have been inactive for some time.

I asked several times for a refund and wasn't even answered. Worse, it doesn't seem like a resolution is coming any time soon, here's a quote from my ticket:

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Hi M****,

My apologies, unfortunately we have not been able to resolve the issue with inactive workers at this time. We are currently seeking a new provider. (our old provider Digital BTC has backed out of our contract) Once a new provider is active, accounts will go live again and we will decide on case by case basis what we will be doing with accounts that were affected.

Your patience is greatly appreciated as we go through this transition. Thank you, have a great day!


Ticket: https://mintsy.freshdesk.com/helpdesk/tickets/

Sincerely,
Leah
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So they currently have NO HARDWARE PROVIDER according to her response. When I asked in a followup how they could think it reasonable to not offer a refund when they don't even have a hardware provider I was ignored. My advice is likewise to stay away.

For those like me that aren't getting money back so far, complain everywhere, let's make sure that if we don't get our money they at least don't get new customers signing up for a non-existent service. They're US based, so I'm planning on filing a complaint on Project Investors Inc with the Better Business Bureau, this is the company behind Cryptsy and Mintsy, http://www.bbb.org/south-east-florida/business-reviews/business-and-trade-organizations/project-investors-in-delray-beach-fl-90098747

Best of luck to anyone still waiting for their refund.
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September 05, 2015, 08:30:27 PM
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Hello everyone

I have to tell you my experience with mintsy.co to all forum... very bad, pure scam!

I bought a contract:

Duration: 6 Month (s)
Hashrate: 2.5 Th / s
Price: $ 949.00

And, in the six months ... received only $ 260.96

Do not invest in Mintsy.co, pure scam, scam, scam, scam, scam, scam...

Always inactive contract issue  Embarrassed
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September 06, 2015, 02:38:29 PM
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Any luck with getting a refund?














 

 

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September 06, 2015, 11:11:39 PM
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Well I have been told I will get a refund and compensation but yet to recieve anything. This is the current status of response from support ticket. Only one can wait and see what happens.

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My apologies for the inconvenience. I have no update as of the moment from our developers regarding when this issue will be resolved. They are in the middle of a move from one provider to another and some accounts have been restored already. Please bear with us a little longer, this will be resolved and you will be compensated for the lost days.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
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So it looks like they have some movement on moving providers since one company backed out and wouldn't host them. I have 10 days remaining on my contract and if this does not  get resolved with 1 refund or compensation on mining power then am taking legal action to recover loss.
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September 13, 2015, 01:43:19 PM
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Yes they turned off my contract sept 5th and gave some bs excuse about service provider issues. It is not that difficult to change providers so that is an obvious lie. It is a shame too because this site seemed to have a lot of promise if all of the features actually came to fruition. Thank you cryptsy for promoting this scam.

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September 14, 2015, 01:37:51 AM
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Yes they turned off my contract sept 5th and gave some bs excuse about service provider issues. It is not that difficult to change providers so that is an obvious lie. It is a shame too because this site seemed to have a lot of promise if all of the features actually came to fruition. Thank you cryptsy for promoting this scam.

Indeed it only takes a few things to get this sorted and filed for a refund if I do not get any resolve then I am taking the next steps on taking legal action and getting a legal Representative involved and contacting the BBB who their registered under with cryptsy. And looking at it with mintsy they already have a bunch of complaints registered against them but nothing seems to be resolved with them. And my support tickets are now unanswered in almost a week seems they will ignore you after a while but will see how it goes.
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September 14, 2015, 06:40:13 AM
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So this whole ordeal is out of my hands since I have limited involvement with the business side of Mintsy, but I thought I would update folks with what I know especially since I promoted it in its early stages. Mintsy is a standalone joint venture between Cryptsy, and DigitalBTC.

Cryptsy was to provide the development DigitalBTC the mining, and hashrate. Without discussing the legal side of this they pulled out the the deal rather abruptly. Leaving everyone in a lurch. I know Paul who is still on the board of directors for Mintsy is trying to find another partner/provider, and then find a way to refund or recover lost work for those that had contracts.

I did find this article and I can only assume it may be related.
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/digitalbtc-reports-6-77-million-first-year-net-loss-management-nonetheless-bullish/

About all I know at this time. If I can find out more I will post it.
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September 14, 2015, 07:53:02 AM
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this whole ordeal is out of my hands since I have limited involvement with the business
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Hmm I wonder where in the bitcoin world I've heard that before ...

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September 14, 2015, 12:40:41 PM
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So this whole ordeal is out of my hands since I have limited involvement with the business side of Mintsy, but I thought I would update folks with what I know especially since I promoted it in its early stages. Mintsy is a standalone joint venture between Cryptsy, and DigitalBTC.

Cryptsy was to provide the development DigitalBTC the mining, and hashrate. Without discussing the legal side of this they pulled out the the deal rather abruptly. Leaving everyone in a lurch. I know Paul who is still on the board of directors for Mintsy is trying to find another partner/provider, and then find a way to refund or recover lost work for those that had contracts.

I did find this article and I can only assume it may be related.
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/digitalbtc-reports-6-77-million-first-year-net-loss-management-nonetheless-bullish/

About all I know at this time. If I can find out more I will post it.

Well do so BitJohn. Would be great if you can get some details on what their current situation is as they have my funds and I have yet to get a satisfactory answer from them in a refund. Maybe only path is to take legal action and gather details from everyone else to put a case together on claiming back funds. I really do not want to do down this road but if things not sorted or some resolve happens, then their is no other option but to get a legal representative involved to take action on.
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September 15, 2015, 03:32:51 PM
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So this whole ordeal is out of my hands since I have limited involvement with the business side of Mintsy, but I thought I would update folks with what I know especially since I promoted it in its early stages. Mintsy is a standalone joint venture between Cryptsy, and DigitalBTC.

Cryptsy was to provide the development DigitalBTC the mining, and hashrate. Without discussing the legal side of this they pulled out the the deal rather abruptly. Leaving everyone in a lurch. I know Paul who is still on the board of directors for Mintsy is trying to find another partner/provider, and then find a way to refund or recover lost work for those that had contracts.

I did find this article and I can only assume it may be related.
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/digitalbtc-reports-6-77-million-first-year-net-loss-management-nonetheless-bullish/

About all I know at this time. If I can find out more I will post it.

Be nice if there was a bit more transparency then. Mintsy.co is still signing up new people, there is zero indication of any issues on the front page and I've been told refunds are not an option. To me looks an awful lot like a scam that took several hundred dollars from me and many others I'm sure.
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September 15, 2015, 08:45:58 PM
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Just got a response regarding refunds, no idea when this is going to be completed upon or action started. I doubt anytime soon unless they get their new location sorted first.

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Response to new support ticket regarding refunds.

Thank you for your patience with us. We will resume sending out refunds once we are back 100% online. We will refund those accounts that have expired for the time when the issue began till the end of their contract. We will also compensate those accounts that have been affected by the issue but their contracts have not ended. Please bear with us, I will connect with you once I have more information from management and our developers.

Thank you.
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September 15, 2015, 08:54:57 PM
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So this whole ordeal is out of my hands since I have limited involvement with the business side of Mintsy, but I thought I would update folks with what I know especially since I promoted it in its early stages. Mintsy is a standalone joint venture between Cryptsy, and DigitalBTC.

Cryptsy was to provide the development DigitalBTC the mining, and hashrate. Without discussing the legal side of this they pulled out the the deal rather abruptly. Leaving everyone in a lurch. I know Paul who is still on the board of directors for Mintsy is trying to find another partner/provider, and then find a way to refund or recover lost work for those that had contracts.

I did find this article and I can only assume it may be related.
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/digitalbtc-reports-6-77-million-first-year-net-loss-management-nonetheless-bullish/

About all I know at this time. If I can find out more I will post it.

Be nice if there was a bit more transparency then. Mintsy.co is still signing up new people, there is zero indication of any issues on the front page and I've been told refunds are not an option. To me looks an awful lot like a scam that took several hundred dollars from me and many others I'm sure.

I asked about the new signups you cant actually buy a contract at this time. Still no word on a new provider since DigitalBTC pulled out of Mintsy. Has anyone written to DigitalBTC?
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