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881  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: Instant Bitcoin Doubler on: August 03, 2016, 07:42:41 AM
                     then you returned me 0.02 BTC to my address..

                     but till now 0.02 BTC transaction has no confirmations, till it's unconfirmed..

You are NOT a crypto 'guru', clearly.

The scam being perpetrated by the OP is one which involves transactions which never confirm, why are you even asking when this is widely known about amaclin?

882  Economy / Reputation / Re: Unfair Negative Trust - Cryptodevil on: August 03, 2016, 07:35:46 AM
It is pointless to even try to argue with cryptodevil. You are wasting your breath. There is nothing that can be done that would get him to remove his negative trust.

I do find it curious you keep repeating this claim, surely even you know that it is bollocks? There's plenty of people I've remove ratings for and plenty who have posted of me having removed their rating.

I think you've got one of your alts wanting their rating removed and you think a little, rather clunky, reverse-psychology might help. It won't. I remove ratings based on the merits of the appeal, that's all.


883  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: [NEW-02-08-2016] 2Bit - Double your bitcoin in 50 hours! on: August 02, 2016, 03:20:28 PM
Public Service Announcement -
This is just another Ponzi Scam
Do Not Invest!

Those who choose to post of their participation
support or encouragement for this scam will
be tagged with negative trust for proving
they wish to help the scammers operate this
Ponzi in return for a share of the funds stolen
from other users. Thereby proving they are not
trustworthy forum members.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
884  Economy / Services / Re: ★★★ Instant Bitcoin Doubler Signature Campaign ★★★ on: August 02, 2016, 03:14:10 PM
Public Service Announcement -
This is just another Scam
Do Not Participate

Those who choose to join this signature
campaign will be tagged with negative
trust.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
885  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: NEW MINING BITCOIN 1% - 2% Per Day Forever on: August 02, 2016, 09:56:16 AM
Public Service Announcement -
This is just another Ponzi Scam
Do Not Invest!

Those who choose to post of their participation
support or encouragement for this scam will
be tagged with negative trust for proving
they wish to help the scammers operate this
Ponzi in return for a share of the funds stolen
from other users. Thereby proving they are not
trustworthy forum members.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
886  Economy / Investor-based games / Re: Minerport.com - Cloud Mining - Proof of Payments + Chat Rain ! on: August 02, 2016, 09:49:05 AM
Public Service Announcement -
This is just another Ponzi Scam
Do Not Invest!

Those who choose to post of their participation
support or encouragement for this scam will
be tagged with negative trust for proving
they wish to help the scammers operate this
Ponzi in return for a share of the funds stolen
from other users. Thereby proving they are not
trustworthy forum members.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
887  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: August 02, 2016, 09:00:24 AM
Razormind has came out and said they have zero connection to razorcoin. This was a error from Cointelegraph. Coin Telegraph has since removed this information. 

Careful not to get drawn into this issue as they can use it to keep avoiding answering to the proven fraudulent actions, whereas this one is being muddied up by the fact 'Razormind' used to be operating 'Razorcoin.com' for their coin-cloning service and during that time came 'Razorco.in' which was the Bryce Weiner (It uses TOR!!1!1!!!) shitcoin 'RZR'.

Given that both Razormind-owned twitter accounts are shown to have been tweeting about the high market price 'RZR' had got to at the time, it does show there is a connection but it could have just been that they created 'RZR' on request and were just hyping how 'successful' it had been to try and drum up more business for their coin production service.


despite all the accusations, they still raised 1.9 million in their crowdsale. very high risk - will there be a reward for the brave investors?

Yes but did they, though? ALL information in that regards is being given by the very same person and company who stands to gain most from raising interest in the sale and what better way than to imply a huge rush of deposits had already been received.


27,000 strangely-silent users, apparently.

Vocal facebook likes and twitter followers cost much more. Judging by this thread they could afford only one shill.

Which again leads me to question just how much, or rather how little, interest there actually is in this scam. We're all more than familiar with the breathless shit-posting from excitable fanbois of the latest shutupandtakemymoney ICO. Literally spraying threads with price talk and aggressively defending the highly-questionable nature of whichever shutupandtakemymoney ICO they've thrown their hard-earned dust at.

888  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: August 02, 2016, 08:45:56 AM
whatever, recyclix canceled bitcoin transfers GG.

Care to expand on that? I'm always interested to hear of how they are playing their 'investors'.

I assume you are talking about how bitcoin payments are now only allowed for user accounts which have made deposits to Recyclix from their bank account or card previously?

Because, if so, that is a very wily method to both throttle the withdraws they have to process while also ensuring more cash deposits be made to them.

Given their bullshit claim about collaborating with McDonalds I think we can safely say they are definitely commencing their end-game strategy.
889  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Im a big scammer on: August 01, 2016, 03:39:28 PM
For some reason I think the OP's account was hacked. I think I have a pretty good feeling who hacked/stole it Roll Eyes

I did stole it and i will remove all his posts so he is unable to sell it, this is what ponzi promoters deserve!
Are you cryptodevil?

Yes, I am.

LOL.

Go on. . .


890  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: August 01, 2016, 12:23:53 PM
Another perspective on the roaring success (/s) that is both the DeOS crowdsale and Razormind:

Razormind's Facebook page:


26,639 total page likes, but only 18 page likes this past week during a time they are actively seeking investment through this crowdsale and claiming a great deal of success so far?

26,639 page likes yet no comments on any of the posts in the timeline?

Anybody thinking that the claim Jawad makes about the mythical "27,000 active users" is actually just this number from his facebook account for Razormind?

That's nearly 27,000 fraudulent 'likes' but, then, seeing as they're already guilty of deceiving people through posting fraudulent customer testimonials, what's a bitcoin or two-worth of fake page-likes to add to the mix?

Jawad, the legal term you are looking for is, "Fraudulent misrepresentation" considering that you are inciting people into buying in to your 'crowdsale' on the premise of information you are presenting to them which is misleading and/or false.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/fraudulent_misrepresentation
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Fraudulent Misrepresentation
Under contract law, a plaintiff can recover against a defendant on the grounds of fraudulent misrepresentation if (1) a representation was made; (2) that was false; (3) that when made, the representation was known to be false or made recklessly without knowledge of its truth; (4) that it was made with the intention that the plaintiff rely on it; (5) that the plaintiff did rely on it; and (6) that the plaintiff suffered damages as a result.

891  Local / 中文 (Chinese) / Re: Forex Coral Limited - fxcoral.biz on: August 01, 2016, 11:45:09 AM
Why your account are under red? We probably not trust things that from a red account.

Quite right, you should not. 'Forex Coral' is not a legitimate investment platform, it is a ponzi scam.

892  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: August 01, 2016, 09:14:52 AM

It is a link to a supposed demo that is going to go live later today for 'sale participants'. Don't forget, though, the issue isn't whether there is any software, after all Razormind used to be a clone-coin factory so we know they can copy other people's code and, even if some of it is their code, there is no evidence to suggest that it is even a credible commercial-grade platform.

BTW this:
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After a month the platform had acquired 27,000 active users, mostly those using the DeOS Desktop and DeOS Office systems, while another segment of users had already begun to develop smart contracts and to write programs ready to be compiled into DeOS bytecode. This led to the development of mobile DeOS nodes and mature DeOS cellular applications.

ORLY? 27,000 active user have supposedly been testing this platform and have been busy writing contracts and creating mobile nodes and whatever 'mature DeOS cellular applications' might pretend to mean.

I call bullshit on that claim given that there would be a shedload more participants in this thread, which is the the single most active topic on Razormind/DeOS on this forum. 27,000 users of a platform would not stand idly by while the legitimacy of said platform was being challenged. We would see dozens and dozens of posts from multiple forum account every day decrying the negative statements and proffering positive words about their experience in using this platform.

Where are they?

Jawad, the question still stands about the fraudulent customer testimonials, what proof is there that Razormind even has these companies as clients? If you don't have them as clients then what do you have?

27,000 strangely-silent users, apparently.
893  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Im a big scammer on: July 31, 2016, 02:06:42 PM
I am a big scammer and promote ponzis shame on me !!!

HAhaHAHAHAHAaaahahAHAHAAAAA!

Fucking karma, man, fucking karma!



894  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][ICOO] ICO OpenLedger - THE OFFICIAL ICO PRE-LAUNCH TOKEN on: July 31, 2016, 02:01:40 PM

[ANN] The UK based Razorwind and their token DeOS NOW traded on Openledger
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1570621.new#new

Razorwind? LOL.

You mean Razormind and that's been proven to be fraudulent. Fake clients, fake team members and Jawad the dev telling anyone who'll listen that he doesn't need the money because he's sooooo successful but he's poor and Razormind isn't because it owns this 'commercial software' DeOS which they wanted to 'give' to the public so they thought a 'crowdsale' would be best, right? Because that's what you do when you don't want money and want to 'give' something away, you make people pay for it with bitcoin.

He keeps banging on about how Razormind won't hold any DeOS tokens after this sale is over and that they will no longer own the software, as if this somehow magically makes this ICO not a scam. Trouble is, this can only mean one thing, that 'Razormind' is basically selling their software to the public through a 'group buy' and will therefore have no legal requirement to do anything more after the sale is completed other than count their loot.

It's almost like somebody cloning Ethereum, rebranding it and then selling all the Ethers (DeOS tokens) created from the genesis block and pushing an open-source license for the code as a 'gift' to the community.

Now, what did Razorcoin dot com originally do back in 2014? Oh yes, that incarnation of 'Razormind' was a clone-coin factory...

Funny that.
895  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] The UK based Razorwind and their token DeOS NOW traded on Openledger on: July 31, 2016, 01:47:35 PM
Razormind is running a fraudulent 'crowdsale' with no independent evidence to support any of their claims and has been proven to have stolen supposed customer testimonials from the website of 'SAS' and edited them to replace the references to 'SAS' to read 'Razormind' in order to project a false image of commercial legitimacy.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1564499.msg15725199#msg15725199

tl;dr There is no evidence Razormind have any of the major clients they claimed to have and as for their 'team', you can see later in that thread that a cursory glance showed that Razormind web page to be fabricated, too.

896  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: July 31, 2016, 01:40:26 PM
Indeed, as a reminder, let's just point out what their announcement actually states:
Quote from: recyclix.com/news/open-days-in-polland-summer-update
We have signed an important long-term contract with the Dutch department of McDonalds for collecting of plastic packaging and its further recycling at our plants.

"...with the Dutch department of McDonalds" explicitly asserts the agreement is with McDonald's the corporation, indeed the 'Dutch department' of said corporation. It does NOT suggest that what they actually mean is an independent McDondalds restaurant, as they have attempted to claim when presented with evidence of McDonalds denying any such agreement or collaboration with Recyclix exists.

Besides, as I already mentioned, I know how strictly major brands control their public image and they sure as hell would never allow even one restaurant to sign up to a company as evidently and publicly shady as this one.



897  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: July 31, 2016, 10:19:31 AM
Having a quick scan through the interview and I note that Jawad is simply regurgitating the same bullshit excuses as most scammers do for why there is no proof of the things they claim.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpgsRGczodg
Core TV Episode 03: Jawad Yaqub CEO of Razormind.co.uk
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25:20 Interviewer asks why there is no bitcoin address that investors can check to verify the claims being made by Razormind as to having received millions of dollars worth of bitcoin in investment so far. Jawad responds by saying it is because such an address would be a "magnet for hackers", because, you know we all accept that simply giving out a bitcoin address means it can be hacked, right? /s

29:50 Jawad rebuts further concerns about the ongoing total investment by claiming it isn't something he's interested in and that he doesn't want to try and drum up business by reassuring people with independent proof.

30:30 When challenged on the notion that Jawad's apparent disinterest in the money suggests he isn't interested in making the business profitable, he responds with grandiose bollocks about how successful he is at making money so people don't understand his plan.

32:00 Asked about the supposed 260 Employees, Jawad sighs and generalises a few locations, like London, a registered office in Northern Ireland (like, duh! It is your crappy little house, Jawad!) New York, Turkey ("where we're doing a whole bunch of stuff in Instanbul") and how they have coders in Vietnam, Ukraine and that they 'bring people in from India, Bangalore' etc. then he pulls up San Francisco, Vancouver, mentions New York again . . . blah blah blah.

33:33 Interviewer brings up the 'Bank of America' issue concerning 'copied' web content on Razormind's website. Jawad claims, as we've already seen earlier in this thread, that it was a 'PR agency' about 18 months ago who put those pages up. He says he 'should have checked' but that they are still clients of Razormind but that the content of the 'copy' published was wrong so they have pulled those pages so they can be re-written. Jawad resorts to claiming they are so focused on what they are doing that they "don't really care about selling".

35:00 Asked for comment on the fake team-member profile issue, claims he doesn't know what the interviewer is talking about, when given further explanation he goes on to talk about Olga being a very successful business-person and how much she has helped Razormind so very much. Rambles on some more without answering the question by saying she is a very good person. Interviewer pushes again the issue that there is falsified information on the website and Jawad panics and denies it is false information, insists the fraudulent pages were just an innocent mistake and rambles some more.

Rambles on some more about how much he loves his wife and kid.

Rambles on about how great his ideas and business is.

43:20 Interviewer brings up the supposed five million Euro investment they say is gong to happen for a 'European Blockchain Bank', where is the money coming from, the crowdsale funds? Jawad rambles on some more about the blockchain bank and how great it is going to be and how it is all about helping the poor people.

45:20 Interviewer asks again where the money is coming from for this five million and asks if it is coming from Razormind. Jawad insists he is poor but the company is rich and "has decided to make this investment". Asks "has it happened yet. . .where is the money coming from. . .the crowdfund?", Jawad denies this by stating the money comes from, "us, it comes from the network, it comes from our own cash. At the moment DeOS is owned by us, it is commercial private software . . .it does what it is supposed to do. . . we don't need the money from the crowdsale. . .that the best way to get public ownership and publicise it is through this crowdsale".

47:30 Second interviewer brings up the question of what if a borrower on this new European Blockchain Bank doesn't pay back his debt for ten years, how do they prevent that. Jawad goes offline as the question is being asked.

48:40 Two interviewers talk about the problem of lack of transparency with this crowdsale and the escrow (dude, it's pronounced as in the bird 'crow', not 'crowd'! you're welcome).

tl;dr
Nothing has been answered, the fraudulent web-pages were intentionally modified to read 'Razormind', other than these pages they stole from 'SAS' there is no evidence Razormind has any of these multi-national firms as clients.

Fraud. Still fraud.

BTW:
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Jawad denies this by stating the money comes from, "us, it comes from the network, it comes from our own cash. At the moment DeOS is owned by us, it is commercial private software . . .it does what it is supposed to do. . . we don't need the money from the crowdsale. . .that the best way to get public ownership and publicise it is through this crowdsale".

Do you know what this means? It means they are offloading DeOS onto the 'public' so it no longer belongs to Razormind. As in once you send your bitcoin in to this 'crowdsale' you are essentially doing a group buy of this software. There is no further requirement for Razormind to do anything more beyond count the profit from all those 'tokens' of software ownership they just sold you.

*That* is how you pull of a totallynotascam scam.

898  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: July 30, 2016, 10:04:44 AM
Well, while we're waiting for information on whether that question was asked and what the answer might have been, it is worth pointing out that at least IBTimes journalists have ethics when shown the facts:

I invited Ian Allison, the author of the IBTimes article on Razormind's ongoing success in collecting lots of money for this 'crowdsale' to learn of the proven fraud being perpetrated by Jawad and Razormind. His response to this new information? The correct one.
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/razorminds-deos-crowdsale-raises-1-9m-bitcoin-first-week-1572917
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So, all we have left are mostly self-penned articles being posted by Jawad on Linkedin and blogs, plus CoinTelegraph who don't count because, well they've never appeared to give a shit about promoting articles on suspected scams and are unlikely to about this one, either.

After all this astro-turfing by Razormind we are left wondering exactly what the fuck they actually have done, other than all this astro-turfing.

899  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: July 30, 2016, 09:44:17 AM
Think more

Don't worry, shill, I did.

McDonald's European Press Office http://www.mcdpressoffice.eu/ kindly answered my query about this claim by Recyclix.



Well, what a surprise that is! The ponzi scam that is Recyclix, contrary to their grandiose claims, is not working with one of the largest global brands on the planet.

Liars lie, who knew?!




Answer:


LOL! Sure, because McDonalds as a globally-recognised major brand wouldn't have a problem with a franchisee signing up a known ponzi scheme operator or, let's be honest here, even a suspected ponzi scheme operator.

So you see the problem right there, yes?

I've asked the rep who replied to me whether the response given by Recyclix could be true but having some knowledge of how these type of major brands demand extreme levels of compliance with corporate regulations and brand protection, I doubt very much if an 'independent' outlet would be permitted to sign up to a service being supplied by a company embroiled in this much controversy and one easily verified as being highly-suspect through a simple google search.


In that regards, I'm going with my original thought on the matter:
First thought is that this is one last push for new deposits before they initiate their exit plan.
900  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: July 29, 2016, 05:20:32 PM
Think more

Don't worry, shill, I did.

McDonald's European Press Office http://www.mcdpressoffice.eu/ kindly answered my query about this claim by Recyclix.



Well, what a surprise that is! The ponzi scam that is Recyclix, contrary to their grandiose claims, is not working with one of the largest global brands on the planet.

Liars lie, who knew?!



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