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Author Topic: CryptoGroupie Membership - Why NEW rules for ALL contestants of my GIVEAWAYS...  (Read 5446 times)

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devnullius

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Before the decision to switch to exclusive CryptoGroupie Group, I had a certain suspicion that some people were participating in the same giveaways but with different accounts.

When checked by SCForum's systems administrator, their IP addresses seemed legit and I had no choice but to allow it, despite I was pretty sure I was working for the same guy(s) over and over again. This lingered on for a few weeks and escalated this week when my giveaways were on an all time high.

When 2 different accounts posted the same wallet address, this was the start of a more thorough, personal investigation. There still is *no* reason that should have happened, despite copy-paste errors claimed. It makes no sense and my boiling point was reached :)

Especially Indian / Indonesian people are smart when it comes to IP addresses. They have a blackberry (.ca), a proxy (UK, US), regular IP (Indonesia) and many cheap pre-paid mobile 3G providers ... All with totally equipped Twitter accounts. Pictures, friends, the likes. All ran by the same person.

Somebody pointed out to me that this was a good thing: more work for me, more bounties for me. I will assume this was an honest mistake, not a leecher's final attempt to get on board.

This is *not* how promoting works.

First, when they make a mistake in the tasks, they do it 8 times. Also, if they do not like a certain coin it makes that coin look bad: why nobody taking this??? Must be bad coin! No, it's not a bad coin. It is a coin not on an exchange yet or not valuable enough (lack on volume) and therefore they do not partake.

In the end... Organizing giveaways is a LOT of work! Not many do it on the scale I do it. And I have to investigate every bounty, every follow, every tweet. My days are becoming too short and if that is all due to 1 to 3 individuals... No thank you ma'am.

I will now make an enforced identify yourself rule for everyone claiming bounties on SCForum in my giveaways.


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HOW TO QUALIFY / IDENTIFY?

Simple! Do the tasks you like in each giveaway you want to join. You will get a PM for detailed instructions :)

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Please be patient for the bounty payouts. I halt all payments *until* you are cleared! YOU WILL GET ALL THE BOUNTIES YOU NEED once you qualified... ;-) That I promise. So if you *know* you are legit and willing to qualify, you, my friend the newbie, may (SHOULD) participate in all giveaways you like. Once we have done the credentials check, you WILL get all you want :) Claiming == receiving!

Thank you for your precious time: I really hated doing this but if I'm getting outsmarted... Things have to change :)

Some last remarks concerning your privacy. We at SCForum do not mind if you have fake accounts, duplicate accounts. Whatever satisfies your personal paranoia needs is OK with us! The credentials check is ONLY for people participating in my giveaways. IF you want payment for tasks you have done there, you will have to identify.

Your screenshot will be removed after confirmation. Nothing is saved *except* I will have a post in the Admin-part of the board where I will write down the username + hostname (IP). This to check whom already qualified. Your screenshot will be removed by me. Ain't nobody else's business!  O0

Members that qualified are recognizable by CryptoGroupie group membership...


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devnullius

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CryptoGuru Membership - introduction
« Reply #1 on: 13. August 2014., 02:25:46 »
As you might have noticed, we added a new group to Samker's Computer Forum  :bih:

It is called the CryptoGuru membership and it is *not* open for requests. Assignment will be done on my own personal discretion.

If you get upgraded to it, it means I think you are a very valued altcoin promoter or someone extremely knowledgeable and recognized in the field.

The attention for a CryptoGuru is *not* for 1 specific coin: you are semi-independent and you like many, many altcoins.

I hope to add a trading expert to this group some day, but don't hold your breath  ::)

For now, these are the members:
s3cc0 http://scforum.info/index.php?action=profile;u=33915
Triswardhani http://scforum.info/index.php?action=profile;u=33971
vindyne8 http://scforum.info/index.php?action=profile;u=34007

They have a quick way to earn the full bounty rewards for each exclusive giveaway I organize: see details in each [ANN] that qualifies for this!

I would especially like to give a warm and hearty welcome to A. Triswardhani! She is Indonesian, cute and had a *hard* time qualifying for the CryptoGroupie group :) Her special talent is finding promotions that others miss. If you speak slang-Indonesian, she's your girl too!  O0
By now she has become my most valued colleague on cryptocurrencies base here on SCF and also on my twitter @devnullius (just follow: http://twitter.com/a_triswardhani!). She will be helping me with bounty payments. I simply do not have enough time to pay you quickly enough. I expect that to change now. And I'll be called to order once in a while too... You go, lazy Devvie! :)

Congratulations? And welcome!


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Thank you Devvie! I'm honored to be part of this group!

You're always the best. Wish I have a moderator like you on my forum : D

devnullius

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Thank you Devvie! I'm honored to be part of this group!

You're always the best. Wish I have a moderator like you on my forum : D
You may always assign the role ;-) What you will get in return, that I do not know ;p

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Thanks a lot, I am honored as well!
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devnullius

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Thanks a lot, I am honored as well!

Just keep promoting ;-)
More information about bitcoin, altcoin & crypto in general? GO TO  j.gs/7385484/btc

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great idea.
good luck always

regards. :up:

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yes devvie   glad to be on board....  let the good times roll   xxx :police: :angel: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :bih:

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