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June 30, 2016, 09:23:54 PM
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I think this is their way to say they are not scammer the sites are hack or something but the truth is not.. but if hash ocean are saying the truth better to give back all invested by people if they are saying the truth this is just like the same as scrypt.cc..

Folks, it does not take money to get a refund. Obvious reason why this is obvious: if the hackers have stolen the database, they could simply use the information to claim the refunds themselves. So no company would propose this as an actual solution. For refunds in situations like this with real products, you simply have to provide proof of purchase. Not pay money. Honestly, what good sense would it make to give money to people that have proven they don't know how to hold money?

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June 30, 2016, 10:54:00 PM
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This message was created by a scammer who posted on FB.

No longer remember the fake FB account link that posted this message, just ignore, because there were people that sent bitcoin to this address and did not receive anything!

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July 01, 2016, 12:13:43 AM
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Avoit this screepy Scammers. Its fake

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July 01, 2016, 12:27:29 AM
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I have a popular crypto related YouTube channel, 1 of every 10 responses is a HashOcean referral link. They suck so much.

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July 01, 2016, 12:49:27 PM
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Maybe it come from fake HO email, there are some scammer who use name HO to scam people, and obviously HO itself is scammer from they start business.
People need to learn about investment like this. Earn a lot bitcoin is not easy as type a captcha, need a lot hard work.
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July 01, 2016, 02:56:50 PM
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Maybe it come from fake HO email, there are some scammer who use name HO to scam people, and obviously HO itself is scammer from they start business.
People need to learn about investment like this. Earn a lot bitcoin is not easy as type a captcha, need a lot hard work.
We don't know this fake HO or not, Totally I sure something has an relationship with harsh ocean is having a chance to be scammers. maybe some people it's learned about this investment but they obsessed to reach more income from their and make their eyes is closed. need to hard work to get a something.

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July 01, 2016, 03:03:43 PM
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Oh boy, now they're gonna go down the whole 'we got hacked' phase, just like everyone else....

"Sorry we stole your money, donations accepted"  Are you serious?! 


OP, do NOT give them any btc.  You'd literally be throwing it away....

seen these situation over and over.
yet it always work to companies that turned scam, they always get away with such lame excuse. worse is that they even have supporters on their side.

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July 01, 2016, 05:32:29 PM
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This is just a whole another thing to still get some money from people, this is just insane, they already trying to make up a story.
Its getting more bad by days, people do not fall for this they just want more money..
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July 01, 2016, 07:38:52 PM
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Lol, so are they asking for donations now?

Would be nice if the law officers get the scammers and punish them. A bit hard to happen, but I still believe because many people lost lots of money. This issue can't finish so easily without consequences for scammers.

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July 01, 2016, 07:48:20 PM
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Oh boy, now they're gonna go down the whole 'we got hacked' phase, just like everyone else....

"Sorry we stole your money, donations accepted"  Are you serious?! 


OP, do NOT give them any btc.  You'd literally be throwing it away....

seen these situation over and over.
yet it always work to companies that turned scam, they always get away with such lame excuse. worse is that they even have supporters on their side.


Yes!!!! Since when was "we fucked up" a proper excuse for losing millions of dollars! And in such a preventable way! The negligence on the part of the operator is almost criminal every time, but it's all cool and eventually fades into the background when someone steals something else.

HashOcean, DAO, I'm looking at you. For HashOcean it's obvious, but for the DAO, it would be akin to holding millions of dollars in a briefcase that everyone knows you have, then leaving it in a parking lot with a cheap lock. Eventually, someone is gonna get in. Not if. When.

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July 02, 2016, 03:36:29 PM
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HashOcean is offering investment back for 0.01573913btc.

Unfortunatelly HashOcean will close definivelly and all
our mining system is for sale now.Our mining system
and webpage got irreversibly damaged.
Refund:
We will refund you on bitcoin adress afferent. Please
send exactly 0.01573913 BTC to
1FBJcrEBUTSdxWW5SbFPnqCCg4rueJQoJx
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bitcoin adress selected to payout on your account for
proof.your invested money will be refunded automatically.
Please follow the steps and keep calm.
Thank you,
HashOcean Team

in this way whats your opinion?

do not fall into this trap , they have stole your money before so don't let it happen again isn't it suspicious ? that you have already lost your money from them and expecting for a refund and they will ask a payment before they give a refund . what the hell

It looks like he has to send BTC to his address(see OP profile) from address hasahocean was sending btc to him. So i don't really understand this mssg, how does hashocean know that you are owner of this address if you received payouts to other address, and second this means that you have to send btc to yourself, and that doesn't make any sense!
Did you post this so naive people can send btc to your wallet?

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July 02, 2016, 07:49:38 PM
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HashOcean is offering investment back for 0.01573913btc.

Unfortunatelly HashOcean will close definivelly and all
our mining system is for sale now.Our mining system
and webpage got irreversibly damaged.
Refund:
We will refund you on bitcoin adress afferent. Please
send exactly 0.01573913 BTC to
1FBJcrEBUTSdxWW5SbFPnqCCg4rueJQoJx
 from your
bitcoin adress selected to payout on your account for
proof.your invested money will be refunded automatically.
Please follow the steps and keep calm.
Thank you,
HashOcean Team

in this way whats your opinion?

Some assholes are trying to take advantage of current situation we are in. Don't just fall into their sweet talks, else you might end up losing your coins to them. These are scammers and nothing.

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July 02, 2016, 07:53:37 PM
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Lol, so are they asking for donations now?

Would be nice if the law officers get the scammers and punish them. A bit hard to happen, but I still believe because many people lost lots of money. This issue can't finish so easily without consequences for scammers.

I think the low process will take a long time even if the hackers (working now) got the identity of the owner of this scam site, talking about refunds it's not realistic now .
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July 02, 2016, 09:42:08 PM
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I this is one of their schemes so that people can still believe that they can refund all their investment.. and i think many people are scam high amount of money.. thats why i really dont invest my money for those cloud mining site because i know there is no free service online.. you need to work hard before you can earn..

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July 02, 2016, 09:52:14 PM
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If they send 700,000 people an email asking for 0.015 BTC, that's just a genius last step to get more money out of the people they scammed. I expect a large part of that 700,000 people to fall for it, because they fell for the ponzi scam in the first place. So if 50,000 people pay, that's an easy 750 BTC again for the scamsite!

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July 02, 2016, 09:58:57 PM
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If they send 700,000 people an email asking for 0.015 BTC, that's just a genius last step to get more money out of the people they scammed. I expect a large part of that 700,000 people to fall for it, because they fell for the ponzi scam in the first place. So if 50,000 people pay, that's an easy 750 BTC again for the scamsite!

totally agreed with that , making some site with basic invest for sure its not easy im believe all HO team smart people.
thats the point for send email notification to all user its easy lol

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July 02, 2016, 10:13:03 PM
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If they send 700,000 people an email asking for 0.015 BTC, that's just a genius last step to get more money out of the people they scammed. I expect a large part of that 700,000 people to fall for it, because they fell for the ponzi scam in the first place. So if 50,000 people pay, that's an easy 750 BTC again for the scamsite!

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July 03, 2016, 05:17:21 PM
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Received an email today looked like block chain my wallet provider the email said that I need to confirm my account otherwise at risk of loosing btc clicking the link to investigate further...... It take you to a page looking similar to blockchain but with ulr linked to hash ocean HuhHuh? Obviously not giving my  information !!!!
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July 03, 2016, 05:30:07 PM
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Received an email today looked like block chain my wallet provider the email said that I need to confirm my account otherwise at risk of loosing btc clicking the link to investigate further...... It take you to a page looking similar to blockchain but with ulr linked to hash ocean HuhHuh? Obviously not giving my  information !!!!

DO NOT send anything to there, heck don't even click linked pages! They will steal your credentials!

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July 03, 2016, 05:59:19 PM
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Received an email today looked like block chain my wallet provider the email said that I need to confirm my account otherwise at risk of loosing btc clicking the link to investigate further...... It take you to a page looking similar to blockchain but with ulr linked to hash ocean HuhHuh? Obviously not giving my  information !!!!

DO NOT send anything to there, heck don't even click linked pages! They will steal your credentials!
Yeah better to ignore those emaill.. this i think just mark it as spam so that you can not receive again in that email. they are trying to attract people again or they trying to inform people that they are innocents.

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