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June 29, 2016, 05:58:22 AM
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YoBit.net is a SCAM!!!!

They have stolen my money!!!

I did manual deposit almost a week ago, 20000 WAVES

They have stolen my money and don't answer on any emails or support tickets

NEVER SEND YOUR COINS TO YOBIT!
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June 29, 2016, 07:09:39 AM
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Is there any proof? Screenshots?

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June 29, 2016, 08:35:16 AM
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Is there any proof? Screenshots?

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Кстати, да - я про него забыл =)

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June 29, 2016, 08:37:45 AM
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yobit is really bad at giving support... The fact that they don't answer your ticked in a couple of hours doesn't automatically make them scammers, it did however, pushed me away from their exchange (i've stopped using them after waiting several weeks for a support ticket to be answered).

some tips for a faster resolution:
  • PM their user on bitcointalk
  • make a thread on bitcointalk
  • contact them over twitter
  • ask in the trollbox
  • create a new support ticket on a weekly basis

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June 29, 2016, 08:41:23 AM
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yobit is really bad at giving support... The fact that they don't answer your ticked in a couple of hours doesn't automatically make them scammers, it did however, pushed me away from their exchange (i've stopped using them after waiting several weeks for a support ticket to be answered).

some tips for a faster resolution:
  • PM their user on bitcointalk
  • make a thread on bitcointalk
  • contact them over twitter
  • ask in the trollbox
  • create a new support ticket on a weekly basis

A couple of hours?Huh??

Look at dates on the screenshot! And messages in the trollbox! Smiley
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June 29, 2016, 08:42:44 AM
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yobit is really bad at giving support... The fact that they don't answer your ticked in a couple of hours doesn't automatically make them scammers, it did however, pushed me away from their exchange (i've stopped using them after waiting several weeks for a support ticket to be answered).

some tips for a faster resolution:
  • PM their user on bitcointalk
  • make a thread on bitcointalk
  • contact them over twitter
  • ask in the trollbox
  • create a new support ticket on a weekly basis

A couple of hours?Huh??

Look at dates on the screenshot!!!!

you're right, i didn't look at the screenshot... Looks like you've been waiting for 10 days...
That being said, if i remember correctly, last time i waited for about 21 days before my ticket was answered... Like i said: they have really shitty customer service.

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June 29, 2016, 08:44:23 AM
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you're right, i didn't look at the screenshot... Looks like you've been waiting for 10 days...
That being said, if i remember correctly, last time i waited for about 21 days before my ticket was answered... Like i said: they have really shitty customer service.

They used to answer in 24 hours before.
All WAVES deposits and withdrawals are manual there, only support can process them
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June 30, 2016, 05:02:40 AM
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YoBit.net is a SCAM!!!!

They have stolen my money!!!

I did manual deposit almost a week ago, 20000 WAVES

They have stolen my money and don't answer on any emails or support tickets

NEVER SEND YOUR COINS TO YOBIT!

Hmmm,  i think yobit is not totally a scam site exchange..  but in fairness you have a lots of waves huh...lol

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