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June 04, 2015, 04:54:40 PM
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Here you can weigh in.
oh IM sure that like any little frat brat club..these buddies can manage to
bring their closest friends together for "defense".

When you've made your cake in mining, but got on board too late
well ,its time to go get a day job.

reading the local reviews from the GB, users- clearly we can see this is an identity theft
scam.

If you fall for this  NON Verifiable "pseudo trader"....you area fool

DONT  DO..IT....

If you are new here....USE YOUR BRAIN!!

You dont have a clue who you are dealing with!
  
straight off they're asking for your passport, drivers license, Social Sec. or National INsurance NUmber
home address, with verification,  

WAKE UP!!!!

SCAM, SCAM, SCAM


(the first alert here was back in January 2014...this needs to be booted up again)

please spread the word....stay away from these thieves.
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June 04, 2015, 05:01:02 PM
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Cex.io stopped cloud mining and now it is only an exchange. Perhaps, you can be more clear on why you are calling them scammers?

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June 17, 2016, 09:47:06 AM
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reading the local reviews from the GB, users- clearly we can see this is an identity theft
scam.


Could you please explain more about it? I've already sent my sensible information to them. I'm a little bit worried now.

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June 18, 2016, 02:51:18 AM
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reading the local reviews from the GB, users- clearly we can see this is an identity theft
scam.


Could you please explain more about it? I've already sent my sensible information to them. I'm a little bit worried now.
It is a bitcoin exchange,  a sell/buy BTC site,. They need those information to prevent people form money laundering. 

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June 18, 2016, 08:20:26 AM
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this is not an alert topic but a loss of time topic.
Next time I hope you provide some information about a "scam".
By the way actually no one have a complain / scam alert about cex.io.
The only "bad" issue, is the high limit for withdraw, changed again in the last months.

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June 18, 2016, 08:26:58 AM
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since when bitcoin needed regulations and those laws which applies only if you were an offline company.
They want your documents when you want to buy bitcoin with credit card, and verify your account but you can send bitcoin with no problem.
stupid way of work in bitcoin world I think.

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June 18, 2016, 09:11:20 AM
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since when bitcoin needed regulations and those laws which applies only if you were an offline company.
They want your documents when you want to buy bitcoin with credit card, and verify your account but you can send bitcoin with no problem.
stupid way of work in bitcoin world I think.

Money laundering!
So if they don't ask KYC they risk to get accused of Money Laundering! It's not a good way to make business Wink
And yes btc is anonymous but if you want exchange or trade for real cash you can't forgive the international laws!

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July 12, 2016, 05:20:12 PM
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Almost all payment processors consider Bitcoin money laundrey, BUT at the same time they accept it as a deposit method, talk about irony and double standards. The way I see it is they don't want you to make money from bitcoin, only them.

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June 10, 2017, 12:33:38 PM
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Here you can weigh in.
oh IM sure that like any little frat brat club..these buddies can manage to
bring their closest friends together for "defense".

When you've made your cake in mining, but got on board too late
well ,its time to go get a day job.

reading the local reviews from the GB, users- clearly we can see this is an identity theft
scam.

If you fall for this  NON Verifiable "pseudo trader"....you area fool

DONT  DO..IT....

If you are new here....USE YOUR BRAIN!!

You dont have a clue who you are dealing with!
  
straight off they're asking for your passport, drivers license, Social Sec. or National INsurance NUmber
home address, with verification,  

WAKE UP!!!!

SCAM, SCAM, SCAM


(the first alert here was back in January 2014...this needs to be booted up again)

please spread the word....stay away from these thieves.

CEX.IO Verdict – Legit or Scam?

As a reputable company registered in the UK and the US, CEX.IO is certainly not a scam. CEX.IO is a legit bitcoin exchange, and is operating in accordance to the regulations. However, it is important to check all the requirements to purchase bitcoin at CEX.IO.

Source: http://earnwp.com/cex-io-review-legit-scam-exchange/
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