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Author Topic: [ $16400+ ] Forex Coral Limited ► legal company ► fast withdrawals ► 202.5% ROI  (Read 4308 times)
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July 14, 2016, 04:32:19 AM
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@ op, you dont need all the screenshots in order to convince people here probably you have forgotten that the people might have scammed many times by people like you in the past.

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July 14, 2016, 07:40:30 AM
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2 fresh payments from this program!

Fuck you all who hates this program





ha ha ha ha ha

Because you received $ 5.03 you think the site will pay you and you will be rich? ha ha ha

Do you think this guy has intention to pay? this OP is a fucking thief !!!

This guy has already created many websites and always purchase accounts to post new sites. You know how many bitcoins this shit already stolen?

I don't mind how much "websites" OP created, all I care is about my profit, which I was at the mentioned Dual-Hash
It would be funny if the site stop to work in ten days. Don't come here to cry.

Proof me that I've ever cried on previous projects, pls
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July 14, 2016, 07:55:30 AM
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Third payment, which I reinvested back! Paying good so far!

Total deposited - $34.56
Total withdrew - $7.56

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July 14, 2016, 08:03:39 AM
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Proof me that I've ever cried on previous projects, pls

True, you don't cry, you just fawn and gush all over the thread desperately trying to fool other people into sending their money because you've already sent yours in and don't want to be the victim who doesn't get paid.

I love ♥ Coin Generator!
My Earnings: 1,045,622 SAT
User ID:efccf01a
Review: Coin Generator is most kind faucet, I've ever seen. I deposited little amount to try this program out. And I was shocked, It's working perfectly, and I want to this program run for long time! Me and my team, joined this faucet, and we are enjoying it! Thanks Coin Generator! Smiley

Your post history is a litany of failed ponzi scams with you squealing about how fantastic they always are.

Any money you might have made is that which is stolen from other people. This proves you to be a horrible human being.

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July 14, 2016, 08:13:42 AM
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Proof me that I've ever cried on previous projects, pls

True, you don't cry, you just fawn and gush all over the thread desperately trying to fool other people into sending their money because you've already sent yours in and don't want to be the victim who doesn't get paid.

I love ♥ Coin Generator!
My Earnings: 1,045,622 SAT
User ID:efccf01a
Review: Coin Generator is most kind faucet, I've ever seen. I deposited little amount to try this program out. And I was shocked, It's working perfectly, and I want to this program run for long time! Me and my team, joined this faucet, and we are enjoying it! Thanks Coin Generator! Smiley

Your post history is a litany of failed ponzi scams with you squealing about how fantastic they always are.

Any money you might have made is that which is stolen from other people. This proves you to be a horrible human being.


I'm horrible like you yeah. And tell me who gives a fuck about other people in this century
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July 14, 2016, 08:18:22 AM
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I'm horrible like you yeah. And tell me who gives a fuck about other people in this century

So because some other people are nasty self-absorbed pieces of shit then that justifies you also being a nasty self-absorbed piece of shit? You think your children should grow up being nasty self-absorbed pieces of shit, too?

Do you think your whole family should be nasty self-absorbed pieces of shit? Would that feel like an accomplishment?

Or, maybe, perhaps *not* being a nasty self-absorbed piece of shit is actually more rewarding. Maybe, just maybe, looking out for fellow human beings and using your own wisdom and knowledge to help people avoid being robbed is something which, in its own small way, adds to the collective good of our species, helping us to learn as a whole to not be nasty self-absorbed pieces of shit. Because it is not just the right thing to do but it is the most beneficial thing to do, for everyone, including yourself and your loved ones.

But, sure, you go on being whatever you choose to be and I will go on pointing it out so other people know what kind of person you are.


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July 14, 2016, 12:17:01 PM
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nice project Smiley

http://prntscr.com/bssr1c

This project should last long, well-adjusted Cool
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July 14, 2016, 12:18:01 PM
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13th July 2016

YYYYEEEEEEEAAAAAHHHHH SUCCKEEEEEEERS


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July 14, 2016, 12:20:26 PM
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Deposit:
Test Deposit | transaction: 0.11787218 BTC = 77.62 USD | View
Date: 2016-07-14 11:13:20

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July 14, 2016, 02:06:06 PM
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nice project Smiley



This project should last long, well-adjusted Cool

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you at least read what cryptodevil wrote?

Or this account should be Alt account?

Deposit:
Test Deposit | transaction: 0.11787218 BTC = 77.62 USD | View
Date: 2016-07-14 11:13:20

Oh you must be the owner of that site:  https://cryptomonitor.net, right?

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July 14, 2016, 03:21:35 PM
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nice project Smiley



This project should last long, well-adjusted Cool

'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.

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July 14, 2016, 04:42:02 PM
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nice project Smiley



This project should last long, well-adjusted Cool

'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.


All managed by the same person?

Legally registered in United Kingdom: Forex Coral Limited
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July 14, 2016, 07:48:00 PM
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Deposit:
Test Deposit | transaction: 0.11787218 BTC = 77.62 USD | View
Date: 2016-07-14 11:13:20

Oh you must be the owner of that site:  https://cryptomonitor.net, right?


I am a representative.

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July 14, 2016, 08:27:04 PM
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nice project Smiley

http://prntscr.com/bssr1c

This project should last long, well-adjusted Cool

'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.


All managed by the same person?

I'm just satisfied loyal participant and I have not lost any money in these projects so far. that's all Smiley
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July 15, 2016, 07:33:05 AM
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Withdraw - FXcoral:
Transaction: 1e1662f102cfea985a3e7e2bbc486530baa33368d9b906ae0247e670f5b6b962
Payment system: Bitcoin (BTC)
Amount: 0.0038404 BTC = 2.54 $ - Instant
Withdraw to: 3CkdEsJewqiETMw5saWNT61c8jXqPgwr3r
Date: 2016-07-15 07:19:02

Total deposit: 0.11787218 BTC = 77.62 USD

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July 15, 2016, 09:08:57 AM
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nice project Smiley



This project should last long, well-adjusted Cool

'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.


All managed by the same person?

I'm just satisfied loyal participant and I have not lost any money in these projects so far. that's all Smiley

even if you had lost, you would have not said that you lost money in these projects, coin - generator stole many btc, I saw someone who had not profit at that site

Dual-Hash, it was another site shit all donkeys who invested in the site were stolen

bitcoin angel, that stole many bitcoins and no one made a profit.

As you say it was not stolen?

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July 15, 2016, 11:05:35 AM
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http://prntscr.com/bt7e4k

Still reinvesting to maximize profits Smiley
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July 15, 2016, 12:10:19 PM
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'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.

I'm just satisfied loyal participant

ORLY?

Nine9.ninjacoin-gnt.combitcoinangels.netdual-hash.comfxcoral.biz
NoAgro
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Bucc
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pondeli
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Mikecz
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The data above which shows your active participation in ponzi scams from your post history, which is almost the entirety of the post history of the above users, suggests a pretty strong connection between you and other participants in this scam.


WARNING!!! Check your forum URLs carefully and avoid links to phishing sites like 'thebitcointalk' 'bitcointalk.to' and 'BitcointaLLk'
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July 15, 2016, 12:19:59 PM
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'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.

I'm just satisfied loyal participant

ORLY?

Nine9.ninjacoin-gnt.combitcoinangels.netdual-hash.comfxcoral.biz
NoAgro
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Bucc
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GlassICE
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pondeli
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CryptoMonitor_net
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Mikecz
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The data above which shows your active participation in ponzi scams from your post history, which is almost the entirety of the post history of the above users, suggests a pretty strong connection between you and other participants in this scam.



The only thing it shows is that me and and couple more ppl like good projects, whats wrong about that?
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July 15, 2016, 12:39:13 PM
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'Coin-Gen', 'Dual-Hash' and 'Forex Coral' all seem to have the same group of fanbois cheerleading for them. All accounts which have been inactive other than posting support for these specific scams.

So at least we now know which accounts belong to the scam and which scams belong to the same operators.

I'm just satisfied loyal participant

ORLY?

Nine9.ninjacoin-gnt.combitcoinangels.netdual-hash.comfxcoral.biz
NoAgro
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Bucc
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GlassICE
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pondeli
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CryptoMonitor_net
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Mikecz
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The data above which shows your active participation in ponzi scams from your post history, which is almost the entirety of the post history of the above users, suggests a pretty strong connection between you and other participants in this scam.



The only thing it shows is that me and and couple more ppl like good projects, whats wrong about that?


Good projects? These are all ponzi scams and you know that they are all ponzi scams. The unusual thing about that particular fact, though, is that in your case you, Pondeli and Mikecz almost to a post seem to support the exact same scams.

This forum is full of ponzi scams yet you, Pondeli and Mikecz only pop up when you all want to post bullshit support for the same scam at the same time.

Post history evidence is a bitch, ain't it?


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