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Author Topic: [LIKELY SCAM - ABANDONED THREAD] CloudThink.IO NEW 8TH/s Imperator Bitcoin Miner  (Read 9582 times)
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August 13, 2015, 04:39:58 PM
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Their site just upped and left, email stopped working.
SCAM confirmed.

But at least they did not claim being hacked, that's a first in crypto..

Don't give them ideas Tongue

Yes they have up and left, even removing themselves from social media.

The thing I do not understand is why someone would ruin their name.   I mean every future job opportunity they would google name.   And when they see you were part of a big scam.... you do not get the job.

Did the make enough to live off of for life in this one I dont think so?   I just don't understand people who do this.

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John Richard Coleman?
There probably is such a person, but he is blissfully unaware that his identity was used to register CloudThink Ltd. in the UK.
It was all fake, the miners, the people, the offices, the lot.
The only people who can be traced are the shills and ponces who vouched for the scam and took their grubby sats from it.
There's a few of them here on BCT, heroes too.  Angry

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August 14, 2015, 05:40:27 PM
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Their site just upped and left, email stopped working.
SCAM confirmed.

But at least they did not claim being hacked, that's a first in crypto..

Don't give them ideas Tongue

Yes they have up and left, even removing themselves from social media.

The thing I do not understand is why someone would ruin their name.   I mean every future job opportunity they would google name.   And when they see you were part of a big scam.... you do not get the job.

Did the make enough to live off of for life in this one I dont think so?   I just don't understand people who do this.

What names?
John Richard Coleman?
There probably is such a person, but he is blissfully unaware that his identity was used to register CloudThink Ltd. in the UK.
It was all fake, the miners, the people, the offices, the lot.
The only people who can be traced are the shills and ponces who vouched for the scam and took their grubby sats from it.
There's a few of them here on BCT, heroes too.  Angry

I instantly knew it was fishy when an american phone number, post code were listed on the address, also they tricked people into thinking it was an office, when basically all they were doing was tagging a ATM as Cloudthink, even when you click that marker it shows you its for a ATM. Nothing else.
Oh and the crap on the website showed it was a pack of bull right off. The new "miner" just took the cake.
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August 14, 2015, 06:21:14 PM
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I never saw a price attached to "The Imperator", nor payment terms. That's what it made seem so odd as a scam.  How do you "steal" money if you never ask for it?

I did see used S5's for sale at $199, and I think those were clearly a scam. I think one member reported that.
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August 14, 2015, 06:30:13 PM
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I never saw a price attached to "The Imperator", nor payment terms. That's what it made seem so odd as a scam.  How do you "steal" money if you never ask for it?

I did see used S5's for sale at $199, and I think those were clearly a scam. I think one member reported that.

I suspect the intention was to drive people to the site where they might buy those 'bargain' *cough* s5's and maybe an odd person would order an imperator direct.

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August 14, 2015, 07:31:39 PM
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I never saw a price attached to "The Imperator", nor payment terms. That's what it made seem so odd as a scam.  How do you "steal" money if you never ask for it?

I did see used S5's for sale at $199, and I think those were clearly a scam. I think one member reported that.

I suspect the intention was to drive people to the site where they might buy those 'bargain' *cough* s5's and maybe an odd person would order an imperator direct.

It was so low priced that it stuck out.  I hope no one ordered from them.   As far as them running it's obvious they had an agenda.   Was some sort of going out trying to get sales.

I hope in scam section if anyone did get cheated they are able to try to go after "Richard Coleman" in court.   I believe they said UK they were at but I'm not sure I would believe anything the said.
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