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Grand Alliance

This one was a link from Newage-Bank but this one has actually been paying out! YAY!

It’s simply put in your BTC address and send money. The payments are not THAT exciting and have not repaid my initial investment but watch this space as I’ll be updating as we go! If they keep going it should be great 🙂


Possible SCAM warning do not invest at present will confirm later.

 

Update

GET 205% OF INCOME IN TOTAL.
20% DAILY FOR 10 DAYS AND FIRST PAYMENT 5% AFTER AN HOUR.

Paid in
April 15th 0.0104488 BTC
Received
April 15th 0.0005 BTC
April 16th 0.002 BTC
April 17th 0.002 BTC
April 18th 0.002 BTC
April 19th 0.002 BTC
April 20th NOTHING
Total :
0.0104488
–      0.0085
————–
-0.0019488
They pay out but leave  you short probably a SCAM but as it’s only 2 hours past when I was paid out the last 4 days… if they pay me today I’m then in profit! but way short of 205% promised. Watch this space.

7 Comments

  1. hakimhakim April 17, 2017

    found a thread saying they will not pay.

    • adminadmin Post author | April 17, 2017

      Hi yeah that’s why I’m testing it – I’ve had two payments from them but let’s see how it goes today.

    • adminadmin Post author | April 18, 2017

      Update you Hakim looking good here 4 payments!

  2. inderjeetinderjeet April 21, 2017

    Is it scam?

    • adminadmin Post author | April 21, 2017

      It looks like it – it’s clever – they basically payout a % of your money to make you THINK they are paying as promised but they stop paying after a few days 🙁

      • inderjeetinderjeet April 21, 2017

        same happens with me. they pay me for 2 days from today they are not paying ,

        • adminadmin Post author | April 21, 2017

          Yes it looked good actually my friend but another scam. I’m doing a post today on how to spot these scams, just saw a Bitcoin Doubler which is without doubt a scam. – They have UK registered companies but operate from postal addresses. I’m also doing a post later to show you how to get money out of Bitminer without putting a penny in (scamming the scammers!).
          Paul.

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