BitClub statement

The BitClub story is temporarily down under threat of law suit.  I will repost an edit soon after conference with legal counsel.  I will not say BitClub isn’t a scam not even at gun point.

Stay tuned.

Danny

3 Comments

  1. Patrick on April 15, 2016 at 5:10 am

    How are you related to bitclub Danny?

    • thecryptoshow on June 9, 2016 at 3:53 pm

      I’m not related to it at all. I was told by Joby that Roger Ver and Blake Anderson were members so I sent $99 only to find out that was not the case. I’ve had a bitter taste in my mouth every since.

  2. marty on April 25, 2016 at 5:46 am

    After listening to Weeks, I have the strong suspicion that he’s running a Ponzi scheme. NOBODY who can generate the returns he’s talking about–50% per year–would ever let total strangers into the game. In fact, I defy him to show us anyone who’s made those kinds of returns mining at this stage. Audited statements only.

    This is classic Ponzi scheme. Lure people in by promising huge returns. Pay off the first in with money from the next investors. I hear he is paying some people monthly, but many have opted to “reinvest” their monthly returns. That’s where he’s getting the BTC to pay off the ones who are withdrawing. He has to have some investors, preferably public figures–such as talk show hosts, *hint, hint* who will “spread the word” (free advertising) — make money to draw in more people (read suckers).

    Then he talks about Best Western and BitCoin ATMs. Who is his contact at Best Western? Phone number, please, so we can verify this story. Btw, Best Western is NOT the largest hotel chain (despite their advertising) and they are NOT the fifth largest company in the world, not even close. What bs is that???

    Note how Weeks couldn’t (more like wouldn’t) answer about his sales numbers, also classic Ponzi. What real small business owner can’t tell you to the penny what his sales are?

    His bs about how he can’t stop people in his mlm from using Ver’s name is dubious. Mlms have contracts. They can and do control their hierarchy. Do you really think Amway or Primerica sales people can do whatever they want with no ramifications? Ver shouldn’t be so mealy mouthed about this.

    Not only all that, he may be violating SEC regulations.

    This guy comes off as a total huckster. I wouldn’t give him one thin dime. Don’t worry, he can’t sue you. He’d be forced to expose himself in the process.

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