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January 13, 2015, 02:51:42 PM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.

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January 13, 2015, 03:01:50 PM
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If something is too good to be true, it is. I feel sorry for people that get scammed, but u if believe this and go for it, it's a hard lesson you have to learn..


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January 14, 2015, 06:43:25 AM
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poinzi are poinzi thwy will scamm you one day

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January 14, 2015, 12:13:44 PM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.

Ponzis. Ponzis everywhere.

Currently, they seem to be rapidly appearing on this forum.

Probably a notable scam ponzi is Cryptodouble which promised 200% of your original 'investment'. They're gone now, with the money that they were given.

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January 19, 2015, 05:31:18 PM
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Ikr. I hate these people

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January 28, 2015, 10:34:11 PM
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The "entrepreneurs" these days... http://bitcoinpyramid.com/ for example is in google top 10. There was a site with ponzi in the domain name! Crazy stuff. Disregard everything they say, do not trust these people with funds you cannot afford to lose. I'm really glad I wasn't stupid enough to give them my coins.

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January 29, 2015, 12:44:49 PM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.
Agree that ponzies are scams. This thread should be pinned on gambling board so that hundreds of people don't loose their money.
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January 29, 2015, 01:05:02 PM
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this is not a secret
all users know that ponzi's has high risk
and only owner and first invester will earn
i think some people join them for fun with small amaount (like me)
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January 29, 2015, 01:30:35 PM
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this is not a secret
all users know that ponzi's has high risk
and only owner and first invester will earn
i think some people join them for fun with small amaount (like me)

Well, the problem is that with majority of those ponzis, people put in fake ponzis, with a good looking thread, and just an address.
This way, people fall for them, and send money to never get back anything.

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January 29, 2015, 02:24:21 PM
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well, without these ponzies...i am not sure what BTC would be .... Smiley

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January 29, 2015, 03:32:35 PM
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well, without these ponzies...i am not sure what BTC would be .... Smiley


If there were no ponzies then at least this forum and gambling sections would be a nice place to visit.
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January 30, 2015, 04:50:41 PM
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well, without these ponzies...i am not sure what BTC would be .... Smiley


If there were no ponzies then at least this forum and gambling sections would be a nice place to visit.

the people are using the scam word too often even when it is not necessary
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January 30, 2015, 04:57:57 PM
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well, without these ponzies...i am not sure what BTC would be .... Smiley


If there were no ponzies then at least this forum and gambling sections would be a nice place to visit.

the people are using the scam word too often even when it is not necessary
Why wouldn't they use that word?
Ponzies are scam! And they need to called a scam! They are always interested in running away with greedy people's money. And so this makes them a scam!
Everyone is using this word when its necessary to use it.
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January 30, 2015, 11:29:47 PM
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well, without these ponzies...i am not sure what BTC would be .... Smiley


If there were no ponzies then at least this forum and gambling sections would be a nice place to visit.

the people are using the scam word too often even when it is not necessary
Why wouldn't they use that word?
Ponzies are scam! And they need to called a scam! They are always interested in running away with greedy people's money. And so this makes them a scam!
Everyone is using this word when its necessary to use it.

right. are casinos a scam?  Smiley are you a scam with -8?
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January 31, 2015, 12:42:47 AM
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well, without these ponzies...i am not sure what BTC would be .... Smiley


If there were no ponzies then at least this forum and gambling sections would be a nice place to visit.

the people are using the scam word too often even when it is not necessary
Why wouldn't they use that word?
Ponzies are scam! And they need to called a scam! They are always interested in running away with greedy people's money. And so this makes them a scam!
Everyone is using this word when its necessary to use it.

right. are casinos a scam?  Smiley are you a scam with -8?
No, all casinos arnt a scam. I was talking about ponzies. All ponzies are scam and not all casinos.
And no, I am not scam with -8
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January 31, 2015, 02:52:28 AM
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Who would double their bitcoin besides a mindless idiot? I can't believe people still fall for that trap.
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January 31, 2015, 10:41:42 AM
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Who would double their bitcoin besides a mindless idiot? I can't believe people still fall for that trap.
And if that's the case then you would be really surprised to know that how many idiots are their on this forum. A lot of greedy people invested in ponzies to double their money. When they got scammed then they got to know that its wasn't a good idea to feed the ponzies and so now the effect of ponzie is finally slowing down.
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January 31, 2015, 11:17:39 AM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.

Yes you are right. It is better to invest in reliable investing schemes.

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February 02, 2015, 04:01:49 AM
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Have you considered putting money on a website that says "How to multiply your Bitcoins hundredfold in a day?" DON'T.

These websites are scams, and yes, there is a lot of them. Are they ALL hackers who found a flaw in Bitcoin? Hopefully not! And notice all these websites say the EXACT same thing, but with different domains and addresses.

Second, people have reported bad experiences with them.

Third, why would they even release this to the public? I mean, seriously, 0.9 BTC free in one DAY? Why not just use it for yourself?

Last but not least, (this probably supplies the most evidence) although the payouts displayed on the website differ, the blockchain payouts are ALL THE SAME, which means they probably pay to STOLEN MONEY to one of their partners in crime.

I also truly hope this IS a scam, or else this will crash the Bitcoin economy.

Yes you are right. It is better to invest in reliable investing schemes.

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February 02, 2015, 04:10:09 AM
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A lot of newbs, greedy guys and smart gamblers are going to this kind of schemes to make a quick buck. A few can have their money double in a few but it stays that at the end of the day, you can never be too sure that the ponzi site will always be there till tomorrow comes. If you like to take the risk, just throw the money that your willing to loose.Its always a SCAM!

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