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      🔥🔥🔥 THE ROYALIST JULY 31st (KodiTalk & StreamHelp's) VERY OWN BUILD IS OUT NOW! IT'S TOTALLY AWESOME 🔥🔥🔥   07/30/2017

      🔥🔥🔥 THE ROYALIST JULY 31st (KodiTalk & StreamHelp's) 🔥🔥🔥 🔥🔥🔥 VERY OWN BUILD IS OUT NOW! IT'S TOTALLY AWESOME 🔥🔥🔥 Hi, Guys n Gals,                              Yes you read the title correctly, This build is by our man @Tech Timeruuu and it's totally AWESOME !. Everything you would ever need in a build is here and it's so small it will work on anything you wish to install it onto. We got all the latest Movies, TV Shows, Sports and a lot more. All the addons are fully working as of this update but as we know things do change weekly but at the moment this is the only build you will ever need. Trust me people TRY IT. you will be totally amazed with our ROYALIST BUILD. Anyway enough from me time to get on and download and install this magnificent build. Just a note : You will notice we are asking to to register on The Best Sites for this, this is because this build is part of the our franchise and we hold all our builds in the one wizard " The Best Wizard " hence even though you are thinking you are installing The Beast you actually pick The Royalist Build at the end of the installation. How to install the latest Royalist update! Simply head on to google or any other search site and type in “The beast kodi” after that select the site that fits your location better. VIDEO GUIDE AT BOTTOM OF THIS POST GUYS n GALS 😉 Remember The Beast 1 is for the UK and the Beast 2 is for the US Register at https://thebeast1.com (UK Server) or https://thebeast2.com (US Server) Scroll all the way down to bottom of the page Add a username, email address & password and then click Register PLEASE NOTE when you are registering only use letters and numbers ( apart from the @ in your email ) and do not use any symbols what so ever like ( !#$%^&*()_+?>< ). After the registration notification appears ”Thank you for registering with us. Please log in to continue.” select log in Scroll all the way down to the bottom for the login box. Enter the email & password you used in the first step and click Log in Scroll all the way down again, you’ll see the Name you chose, your chosen email, and verify. Select Verify – DO NOT MISS THIS PART You will see a message that says “It can’t rain all the time” Wait for it to end, Scroll all the way down log in for the last time: If you see VERIFIED  next to your chosen email, you registered successfully. You WILL NOT receive any emails. That has not been in place for months. Please remember if you already have a build already on your Kodi you need to clear the data and cache to enable Kodi to run as a Fresh Install (Fresh Start) Registration Complete, Open Kodi to Install the Latest BEAST update for KODI 17.1 -From KODI Home Screen > Add-ons > Settings (Gear symbol), top left
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      🔥TOTAL GAME CHANGER 🔥LATEST BEAST WIZARD UPDATE AND REPOSITORY 19th AUGUST 2017   08/17/2017

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      🔥🔥 BEAST UPDATED AUGUST 19th WITH NEW REPOSITORY WIZARD🔥🔥   08/19/2017

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UK Based IPTV Service Raided By Police & Shutdown Operator Arrested

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UK Based IPTV Service Raided By Police & Shutdown,

Operator Arrested

 

A UK-based IPTV service appears to have shut down as a result of police action. After doing business for two years, BulkyIPTV’s service went dark yesterday. Shortly after the service’s owner sent out an email saying that the ride was over. “Today I was arrested. Everything has been shut down,” he said.

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As torrents and regular streaming continue in the background, premium IPTV services are becoming increasingly popular.

Available for a few pounds, dollars or euros per month, these products offer a TV viewing service to rival and even beat those put out by the world’s leading entertainment distribution groups.

For an outlay of less than £8 in the UK, for example, it’s possible to receive more TV channels than Sky, Virgin and BT Sport have to offer – combined – and then much more on top.

The main providers (wholesalers, for want of a better term) cascade their products/channels down to smaller providers who act as retailers with direct contact with the public. These kinds of businesses are on the rise and often sell their products locally, via websites and social media, Facebook in particular.

Yesterday it appears that one of these ‘retailers’ found out what it’s like to be the low-hanging fruit in the piracy chain. During the course of the day, visitors to BulkyIPTV’s forums began complaining that the system had gone down.

“Is the bulkyiptv server down at the minute? If so can anyone tell me how long this is likely to take?” posted one.

“Yes mine is down too, v annoying. Also the website is redirecting to partycabs!” said another.

Indeed, the main website for BulkyIPTV had stopped offering various IPTV and similar TV-focused products and begun redirecting to a company offering a white London taxi cab experience for partygoers.

 

How BulkyIPTV looked before its disappearance1484370059396_16111687_10211353834579687
Questions on third-party forums went unanswered too.

 

“Hi guys, any one know what’s happened tonight? Facebook page gone,” a user asked.

A disappearing Facebook page in any ‘pirate’ setting is rarely a good sign. Many IPTV ‘companies’ use the social platform to interact with existing customers and generate new sales. When a page is deleted, many providers can do neither and that’s hardly compatible with good business.

But while the Facebook page may have been deleted, that didn’t happen before the owner of BulkyIPTV and other ‘Bulky’ branded services (including a hosting company and sites that sold other ‘unofficial’ TV products) had made a post detailing why there are problems. A post shared with TF by a member revealed all.

“Hi all. Today I was arrested. Everything has been shut down,” it read.

“They took everything – phone, laptop, PC and cash, as well as other stuff to gather evidence against me. I’m sorry it has come to this but i’m looking at a stretch inside.”

 

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The person, who is a regular poster to the Bulky Facebook page, has a name and credentials that match the WHOIS details on various ‘Bulky’ domains, plus matching photos posted elsewhere on social media, signed off with a note saying: “I’m not one to bullshit.”

With no announcement yet from the police, it’s unclear where the arrest took place but TF sources indicate the site owner is from the Derbyshire region of the UK. That was relatively easy to confirm using a number of publicly available sources.

Perhaps surprisingly, there appears to have been zero effort to stay anonymous online. The operator’s real name can be found across his business ventures ‘helpfully’ accompanied by detailed postings not only on Facebook but also Twitter and various image storage sites.

Requests for comment from the operator of the service remain unanswered.

 

 
Thank You :) And Have A Great Day. 
The Mixdoctor Team Member of koditalk.org 

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