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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Cryptozenx - Fake exchange used by honeypot scammers on: September 24, 2019, 09:07:16 AM
URL of scam exchange: https://cryptozenx.com
Domain Information:
Domain:cryptozenx.com
Registrar:Eranet International Limited
Registered On:2019-09-03
Expires On:2020-09-03
Updated On:2019-09-03
Status:clientTransferProhibited
Name Servers:amy.ns.cloudflare.com
ivan.ns.cloudflare.com

I was minding my own business on Telegram when some random guy messaged me. It's the same old story - he claims that his bitcoin was stuck on some unknown exchange due to his citizenship and asked me to help withdraw it for him in exchange for a 15% cut. He then provided the URL of this exchange. https://imgur.com/gallery/ljNi9lX

Based on the story alone, it's the usual honeypot scam. 100% of the time the 'exchange' will ask you to pay a certain fee to be able to withdraw coins. This is all fake - there is no actual bitcoin on that exchange. Besides, no exchange would have their domain be registered for only one exact year anyway. I simply wish to make more people aware of this sort of scam. Do not fall for it.
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