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January 13, 2017, 09:58:37 PM
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Someone said it elsewhere: the hardcore usage of "sir" and/or "bro" seems to be done by scammers.

 i cannot see the use of "sir" and "bro", one of the other sure, but who walks around using sir and bro together, lol, just lightening the mood, sorry
There is no certain word that can make you considered as a scammer, therefire using of sir or bro didn't indicate a person as a scammer(usually). Actually, scammers are those who will let you realize that you can get more advantage than with them if both of you are going to deal. They will late you panic, to close the deal in order to make an very swift transaction. Never fall on their traps.

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April 09, 2017, 01:07:50 AM
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Hello all, I am new to this forum and cannot post yet, once I have the rights I will most likely place this comment in its own post. Question: do any of you have information on whether to or not invest on multilevel bitcoin schemes, where alleged brokers do trading for you in exchange of a % on the earnings, it seems that a 5% daily return is very attractive, among other payments for referrals, etc.  E.g. twobitcoin, mecoin,
this seems to good to be true. your comments are higly appreciated.

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June 23, 2017, 09:51:53 AM
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you can protect yourselves by doing this: 1. Don’t trust anyone claiming they will give you or help you mine bitcoin. Again, cryptocurrency is valued by cybercriminals for a reason, and nefarious behavior related to bitcoin runs rampant on social media and digital channels.
2. Avoid URLs associated with social media profiles advertising too-good-to-be-true bitcoin offers.
3. Be vigilant when engaging with the social media accounts of legitimate bitcoin brokers or trading platforms, as they are frequently victims of convincing impersonations.
4. Never engage in any financial transaction, bitcoin or otherwise, via direct message on social networks.
If you have already been scammed, report the crime to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, but do not expect to see your bitcoins again.
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