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Author Topic: [FAUCET] Freebitcoinz – easy 2,000 Satoshi a day  (Read 1550 times)

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[FAUCET] Freebitcoinz – easy 2,000 Satoshi a day
« on: 24. June 2014., 06:20:18 »
Earn 2,000 BTC a day through simple to use straightforward faucet.
As soon you enter, post the Wallet ID and solve the captcha.
Balance will show up in the pop-up window in the right bottom corner of the screen.
Then, scroll down the page slightly and locate CLICK HERE immediately after the following text:
“Want more Free Bitcoins?
Earn an additional 1000 Satoshi simply for clicking the link below!”
Solve the captcha and earn 1000 more satoshi.
Earnings will be sent to you on Saturday as soon as you reach 0.001 BTC.
Referral program is available. You will automatically earn 50% of the income from every person who joins through your referral link, and that includes all their earnings on this site.

Website: http://freebitcoinz.com/r/go

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Re: [FAUCET] Freebitcoinz – easy 2,000 Satoshi a day
« Reply #1 on: 24. June 2014., 20:31:21 »
LAST WARNING FOR YOU!!!!

PLEASE keep one thread updated and reply on that thread for all faucets you like or love. Otherwise, we will start to consider it spam despite your nice summaries for them!


Even better, just post them in the pinned affiliate links topic!!! That's where it really belongs... No added value for faucets I feel :)


Appreciated :)

Devvie

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Please be warned! LAST time! Really.

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Re: [FAUCET] Freebitcoinz – easy 2,000 Satoshi a day
« Reply #2 on: 29. June 2014., 09:32:19 »
D., We have some problems here?


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Re: [FAUCET] Freebitcoinz – easy 2,000 Satoshi a day
« Reply #3 on: 30. June 2014., 01:36:37 »
D., We have some problems here?



:) We had, but it was solved. It seems he missed all previous warnings and PMs... So I felt some STRICT words were in order.

Luckily, this time he got my PMs just fine, he apologized sincerely and followed all my directions. Which were: don't do it again, continue with 1 topic or use affiliate link topic. Other posts can stay up. We are kind that way, here on @SCForum ;-)

Thanks for the interest! XD

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Re: [FAUCET] Freebitcoinz – easy 2,000 Satoshi a day
« Reply #3 on: 30. June 2014., 01:36:37 »
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