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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / They will do anything for your money, run from them on: January 06, 2020, 07:36:29 AM
The rate of desperation in the cryptocurrency industry is really hitting the roof.

 I decided to take this medium to enlighten users to protect themselves and their assets against a new scam in town.

 A guy by name "Allen Stanley" messaged me on telegram.
 He said he wants us to make money together.
 I told him to go on, he said he works with  https://betxloot.com/, a crypto betting site. Below is his display picture.



 He said he could make anyone he likes to win the bet, that he can proof it if I want, but I had to create an account on the above site and bet with at least $70.

He said he would have done it himself, but the team already knew him and his wallet address, so he wanted to make another person win and share in the winning 50/50.

 I told him I didn't have such money, so he insulted me, after which I told him to bring the $70 for the betting, then he will take 60% if he makes me win.

 He told me to give him my username on the site, which I did, immediately he sent $70 to my dashboard.
 He told me to place a bet, which I did, when the bet which lasts about 2mins was up, he made me a winner.

 I won $4998, he dropped his btc address and told me to withdraw and then send his 50%, to me it was too good to be true.

So I attempted to withdraw to my btc wallet, and a message popped up, it read "because it's a new account, your assets are frozen, you will have to deposit about $100 - $170 to unfreeze your account.

When I showed him a screenshot, he pretended as though it was random, he started persuading me to deposit $100 to unfreeze the account,so I could withdraw the huge sum I had won. I refused to deposit as I knew it was scam.
 I played along so I could get enough information about how they work.

 I believe by now you too have come to understand that it is a scam site, Allen Stanley is working to get people deposit $100 to get a winning that is not real.

 Even other members of the platform were chatting of a game that doesn't exist, making it seem like a normal activity, which we already know they are all part of this scam group.

Please do not fall for this new scam betxloot.com, they might want to entice you with huge winnings, but a they want us your btc, don't give in.

2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / They want your Bticoin. Don't fall for this new scam, it's too real on: January 05, 2020, 02:14:14 PM
 The rate of desperation in the cryptocurrency industry is really hitting the roof.

 I decided to take this medium to enlighten users to protect themselves and their assets against a new scam in town.

 A guy by name "Allen Stanley" messaged me on telegram.
 He said he wants us to make money together.
 I told him to go on, he said he works with Betxloot.com,a crypto betting site.

 He said he could make anyone he likes to win the bet, that he can proof it if I want, but I had to create an account on the above site and bet with at least $70.

He said he would have done it himself, but the team already knew him and his wallet address, so he wanted to make another person win and share in the winning 50/50.

 I told him I didn't have such money, so he insulted me, after which I told him to bring the $70 for the betting, then he will take 60% if he makes me win.

 He told me to give him my username on the site, which I did, immediately he sent $70 to my dashboard.
 He told me to place a bet, which I did, when the bet which lasts about 2mins was up, he made me a winner.

 I won $4998, he dropped his btc address and told me to withdraw and then send his 50%, to me it was too good to be true.

So I attempted to withdraw to my btc wallet, and a message popped up, it read "because it's a new account, your assets are frozen, you will have to deposit about $100 - $170 to unfreeze your account.

When I showed him a screenshot, he pretended as though it was random, he started persuading me to deposit $100 to unfreeze the account,so I could withdraw the huge sum I had won.

 I believe by now you too have come to understand that it is a scam site, Allen Stanley is working to get people deposit $100 to get a winning that is not real.

 Even other members of the platform were chatting of a game that doesn't exist, making it seem like a normal activity, which we already know they are all part of this scam group.

Please do not fall for this new scam betxloot.com, they might want to entice you with huge winnings, but a they want us your btc, don't give in.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin isn't just an investment, it is the future on: October 02, 2019, 07:21:08 AM
From my last post about Bitcoin investment,  following the valuable contributions of members of the forum,  I learnt that Bitcoin investment is not just something that blossoms in a few days,  rather it takes patience.

 That gave rise to my new topic.
Bitcoin isn't just an investment, but it is the future...

 Let's all share our thoughts about this, in order to encourage ourselves and build a stronger community of users.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / DID I MAKE A MISTAKE INVESTING IN BITCOIN? on: October 01, 2019, 08:50:53 PM
 You know this question is unavoidable...

DID I MAKE A MISTAKE INVESTING IN BITCOIN?

 A lot of people have heard of the benefits achievable with BTC investments and decided to invest.
 The recent market setbacks have brewed a very big question in the minds of new investors...

 What will be your response to this question?
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