I have been rigorously working with Freebitco.in to claim my bits but all of sudden I receive this message on my dashboard which says:
Sorry, this IP address has been blocked. If you are using a proxy or anonymization service, please turn it off before playing.
“CLICK HERE TO UNBLOCK YOUR IP ADDRESS BY VERIFYING YOUR MOBILE NUMBER!”
So I tried to verify through my mobile number but I never received any 6 digit pin number,now this is really insane even after sending SMS from my registered mobile number which is being a post paid connection I still get this message on my home page.
Can somebody please try to resolve this from Freebitco.in as they don’t have any support option nor any kind of help as they say they work through this forums.So please resolve my issue. Even my Wallet address is being changed and being provide with a new wallet address as I am not sure weather I can claim my earlier bits or not.Thanks-MSehgal
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