How do you know so much about so many deepweb sites?
We tried. We risked a lot of money because in life you always have to risk. We tried some because we were curious and others because we actually needed them. We had a lot of bad luck, and some good luck.
Why are you sharing this for just 0.04 BTC?
We were like you: people fascinated by what the deepweb offers, but at the same time suspicious. Then we though "let's try" and this page is the result. We HATE SCAMMERS: they made us lose A LOT of money... They rob people who worked hard for that money! We don't want you to go through what we've already been through. It's not worth it. At the same time, of course, we want to put some money back in our wallets. They've already suffered enough... 0.04 BTC looks like the perfect compromise between the two things.
Why helping me? I mean... Why should you strangers help ME?
We don't want you to give money to scammers. Not because we like YOU, but because we don't like THEM! We just don't want them to fraud people and steal them hundreds dollars (or euros or whatever). The darknet is amazing. The less bad experiences you'll have with it, the more you'll love it.
Why not on the clearnet?
Although the service we provide is absolutely legal (we are just sharing informations) it would be a bad idea
to run it on the clearnet because we really tried these darknet services, and they are not too legal where we live.
How can I be sure you are not a scammer too?
Here it is. The standard-deepweb-question. Of course you can't. This is how things works when Obama is not watching. So read carefully what follows. Are you willing to buy an iPhone for 400$? Or maybe you are about to pay 600$ for a PayPal account containing 1200$. We don't know (and we don't care). But as you can't trust us, you can't trust them. Therefore what are 50$ against those 600$ you are about to spend? If we are scammers you're losing just 0.04 BTC. If we are not, you're saving hundreds of dollars.