D9 Clube Arrests

It has passed November 25, 2017.

Authorities are taking action.

It has passed November 25, 2017.

The Authorities continue to close in.

Hello everyone.

I received the following image from a loyal subscriber here.

Below is the link:


I could not fully verify it online through the ‘Daily Monitor’ online newspaper but I’m posting it anyway.

Let me know what you think. Personally, I do not know why the authorities are not going after the top first?

Next Post…will be in a few days.

Guess what?

I don’t feel too, too good today.

I can’t believe I fell for this.

Yet another Scam.

It starts with an email:

If you click on ‘Claim Your Bitcoin Gold’

You will end up the following URL:




To be updated.

Please do not fall for this after a Bitcoin Fork.

I did fall for this and instead of getting free bitcoingold, this organization relieved me of not only my bitcoin, but also my bitcoincash and ethereum.

Play safe.

It can get a bit confusing, but the main point to remember is this:

When a Bitcoin fork occurs, anyone holding any amount of Bitcoins will get the same amount of the new currency as well. This doesn’t happen automatically; you do need to claim these coins, but each new coin has a different claiming mechanism, and not all of them are legitimate.

If you do claim your new coins successfully, you can then hold on to them or sell them if they’re being traded on an exchange. This means that you can basically generate money for nothing; all you did was claim coins from thin air and sell them on an exchange. Easy money! Or is it?

Read more: Upcoming Bitcoin Forks in 2018 – Here’s What to Watch For | 99Bitcoins from my friends at 99Bitcoins.

Bitcoin Gold Wallet Scam Sees Fraudsters Steal $3.2 Million

“”A bitcoin gold (BTG) wallet scam recently managed to net over $3.2 million after taking advantage of bitcoin users looking to claim their BTG tokens. A link to the fraudulent MyBTGWallet was, before the scam came to light, placed on bitcoin gold’s website, but was quickly removed once users started noticing their balances were missing.

According to various reports, the website containing the fake wallet essentially encouraged users to upload their private keys or recovery seeds to claim their bitcoin gold….”

The result was a $3.2 million theft, as the scammer behind the website managed to obtain at least $107,000 worth of bitcoin gold, $72,000 of litecoin, $30,000 of ethereum, and $3 million of bitcoin.

Read More <<<HERE>>>

Remember, the one rule you should always follow before trying to claim any coins is to move your Bitcoins to a new wallet with a new seed phrase. This move will reduce the chances of you losing your Bitcoin to almost zero.

Read more: Upcoming Bitcoin Forks in 2018 – Here’s What to Watch For | 99Bitcoins

Kindest regards,







D9Clube Claims – November 15th to 25th…Does not make complete sense.


Is the website you need to go to make your D9 Clube Claim

You will see the below:

Links to www.d9clubeclaims.com

Click on the image “Welcome to D9 ClubeClaims” to view the same page and be able to register your claim.

Hi Everyone.

I received the above information a few days ago from a loyal subscriber.  Make of it what you think is best.

I did register but did not send the $20.00 in BTC. I have also been emailing to legal@d9clubeclaims.com but have not received anything back.

The opportunities to ‘Scam’ are too many out there.

Is this yet another one to bleed us completely dry?

Your thoughts are welcome.

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