Is TF Bitcoin faucet legit or a scam?
A few weeks back I was promoting and claiming from a site name TF Bitcoin. It had similar sites for Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple and Dogecoin. The claiming is easy, and payout is seemingly high, so I was excited about them. Despite the red flags, I gave them the benefit of the doubt.
TF Bitcoin, Litecoin Free, Ethereum Free, Ripple Free and Dogecoin Free are all related and created by the same person. They look and work exactly the same, and all the banner ads link to other suspicious sites.
However, when I reached the first minimum withdraw limit, I noticed it had increased slightly. So obviously that was highly suspicious. I kept going a few more days to try again, and same thing happened again. I didn’t take screenshots, or plan ahead. Because I didn’t have a blog then (just a simple site with a list). So I wasn’t doing reviews or feedback. But I’ll use my current Ethereum balance (29/07/19) as an example, because it illustrates my point. It works the same on all sites, as mentioned.
I am convinced the site has a script that will always keep increasing minimum withdrawal limit, and you will never reach it. So I decided to write up this little review to warn new users to stay away! And if anyone is currently caliming – stop wasting your time!
Verdict: STAY AWAY!
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I have spent years, and way too much money trying to figure out how to make money online. Now I am focusing on bitcoin/crypto and hoping to use some of my lessons and experience in internet marketing to help me guide some of you through that minefield. 🙂 I am not claiming to be some guru, just made a lot of mistakes and learned a lot. Mistakes are an important part of success, but it can be nice to avoid some of the bigger ones!