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November 30, 2016, 01:17:04 PM
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Dont lie!


Here you have the answer:

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Given the 51 boy name server names and the 50 girl name server names, we have 2,550 unique combinations. This has been more than enough to ensure that the correct DNS records are pushed to our network, even when two people attempt to sign up the same domain.

So there are a more than 500 sites that share the nameserver Wink. In 2012 (https://news.netcraft.com/archives/2012/11/12/cloudflare-accelerates-235000-websites.html) there were almost 1 million sites using CF.



Ocminer really? Yes, two different people can have the same nameservers combinations. There 2550 possible combinations for millions of sites. What you can not do is modify your nameservers.


You also copied the website OPAIR, what coincidence!

1 on 10000000.

You are a liar and the swindler Wasserman, this time you are caught red-handed.

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November 30, 2016, 01:29:49 PM
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Dont lie!


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Given the 51 boy name server names and the 50 girl name server names, we have 2,550 unique combinations. This has been more than enough to ensure that the correct DNS records are pushed to our network, even when two people attempt to sign up the same domain.

So there are a more than 500 sites that share the nameserver Wink. In 2012 (https://news.netcraft.com/archives/2012/11/12/cloudflare-accelerates-235000-websites.html) there were almost 1 million sites using CF.



Ocminer really? Yes, two different people can have the same nameservers combinations. There 2550 possible combinations for millions of sites. What you can not do is modify your nameservers.


You also copied the website OPAIR, what coincidence!

1 on 10000000.

You are a liar and the swindler Wasserman, this time you are caught red-handed.

But he already made his money...

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November 30, 2016, 01:58:18 PM
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Wow, 100% busted! Shocked Is there any chance for the investors to get the money back?
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November 30, 2016, 02:03:31 PM
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Wow, 100% busted! Shocked Is there any chance for the investors to get the money back?

I will let you guess the answer.
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November 30, 2016, 02:19:11 PM
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Wow, 100% busted! Shocked Is there any chance for the investors to get the money back?

I will let you guess the answer.

No escrow, no refund. Investors don't use brain to invest, who can cure them?
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November 30, 2016, 02:20:45 PM
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I'm convinced this is a scam indeed. this http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/98142/how-to-change-the-cloudflares-dns-server-address is a huge proof.

If this is wasserman, he must hate me with OPair thread. but I'm not surprise he rewarded me to translate his ebitz thread and pay me btc after.  Maybe he wants to track me using the btc address i gave. one thing though, he is pretty careful about his tracks as well.


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November 30, 2016, 02:41:12 PM
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I'm convinced this is a scam indeed. this http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/98142/how-to-change-the-cloudflares-dns-server-address is a huge proof.

If this is wasserman, he must hate me with OPair thread. but I'm not surprise he rewarded me to translate his ebitz thread and pay me btc after.  Maybe he wants to track me using the btc address i gave. one thing though, he is pretty careful about his tracks as well.

I hope this thread will raise awareness for these scams. It's Opair all over again.
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November 30, 2016, 02:43:41 PM
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I'm convinced this is a scam indeed. this http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/98142/how-to-change-the-cloudflares-dns-server-address is a huge proof.

If this is wasserman, he must hate me with OPair thread. but I'm not surprise he rewarded me to translate his ebitz thread and pay me btc after.  Maybe he wants to track me using the btc address i gave. one thing though, he is pretty careful about his tracks as well.

I hope this thread will raise awareness for these scams. It's Opair all over again.

nah, you will always have some idiots who will say we are just fudding and then will start shouting scam when they realize that they've actually been conned.....

Some people who have invested already will fight tooth and nail because it insults their ego and intelligence when you point out that they've been scammed.

You're on thin fucking ice my pedigree chums, and I shall be under it when it breaks. Now, fuck off.
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November 30, 2016, 02:49:20 PM
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I'm convinced this is a scam indeed. this http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/98142/how-to-change-the-cloudflares-dns-server-address is a huge proof.

If this is wasserman, he must hate me with OPair thread. but I'm not surprise he rewarded me to translate his ebitz thread and pay me btc after.  Maybe he wants to track me using the btc address i gave. one thing though, he is pretty careful about his tracks as well.

I hope this thread will raise awareness for these scams. It's Opair all over again.

nah, you will always have some idiots who will say we are just fudding and then will start shouting scam when they realize that they've actually been conned.....

Some people who have invested already will fight tooth and nail because it insults their ego and intelligence when you point out that they've been scammed.

To be honest , your childish and spammish behaviour just helped him in his cause.

Next time try to remain calm and deliver constructive posts like YIz did.
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November 30, 2016, 03:11:05 PM
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Good job on revealing the scam,
I'm removing the project ASAP of my site, I'm not at home so I'll only able to do it on the evening.

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November 30, 2016, 03:11:09 PM
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I'm convinced this is a scam indeed. this http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/98142/how-to-change-the-cloudflares-dns-server-address is a huge proof.

If this is wasserman, he must hate me with OPair thread. but I'm not surprise he rewarded me to translate his ebitz thread and pay me btc after.  Maybe he wants to track me using the btc address i gave. one thing though, he is pretty careful about his tracks as well.

I hope this thread will raise awareness for these scams. It's Opair all over again.

nah, you will always have some idiots who will say we are just fudding and then will start shouting scam when they realize that they've actually been conned.....

Some people who have invested already will fight tooth and nail because it insults their ego and intelligence when you point out that they've been scammed.

To be honest , your childish and spammish behaviour just helped him in his cause.

Next time try to remain calm and deliver constructive posts like YIz did.

Thanks, I'm doing my best to keep it as clean as possible.
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November 30, 2016, 03:37:16 PM
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Did anyone find other coins/ICO's  with those nameservers ?

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November 30, 2016, 03:45:57 PM
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Like I said previously, this coin has ALL the red flags a ico scam can probably have, it's idiotic to invest

I've invested in this coin Cheesy we will see if you are right or not... but i'm see this as a good trading opportunity...
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November 30, 2016, 03:51:27 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen, I have found a piece of evidence no one can argue about.

The MX record of ebitz.org is dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org. resolving that email server gives us the IP address of 204.197.243.145.
Guess what used to use this IP address? ftp.opair.co! Don't believe me? go to https://geoiptool.com/en/ and paste dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org or 204.197.243.145, and see what pops up in the hostname.

The IP address of 204.197.243.145 is owned by "PrivateSystems Networks TX" which is also known as https://www.knownhost.com. we have his web hosting as well.

You're not so smart, are you Wasserman? you forgot that CloudFlare can't serve as a proxy for MX records  Wink


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November 30, 2016, 03:53:02 PM
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Like I said previously, this coin has ALL the red flags a ico scam can probably have, it's idiotic to invest

I've invested in this coin Cheesy we will see if you are right or not... but i'm see this as a good trading opportunity...

will you still shill for it?
or maybe you can move to Zdash after all its their competitor to which you also despise lately.  Move on to some other legit coins. This forum is really infested with the motivation to scam due to anonymity protection.


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November 30, 2016, 03:55:52 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen, I have found a piece of evidence no one can argue about.

The MX record of ebitz.org is dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org. resolving that email server gives us the IP address of 204.197.243.145.
Guess what used to use this IP address? ftp.opair.co! Don't believe me? go to https://geoiptool.com/en/ and paste dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org or 204.197.243.145, and see what pops up in the hostname.

The IP address of 204.197.243.145 is owned by "PrivateSystems Networks TX" which is also known as https://www.knownhost.com. we have his web hosting as well.

You're not so smart, are you Wasserman? you forgot that CloudFlare can't serve as a proxy for MX records  Wink


Great investigation, please post it on scam accusation asap, so don't let that shitman scam more people.
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November 30, 2016, 03:59:51 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen, I have found a piece of evidence no one can argue about.

The MX record of ebitz.org is dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org. resolving that email server gives us the IP address of 204.197.243.145.
Guess what used to use this IP address? ftp.opair.co! Don't believe me? go to https://geoiptool.com/en/ and paste dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org or 204.197.243.145, and see what pops up in the hostname.

The IP address of 204.197.243.145 is owned by "PrivateSystems Networks TX" which is also known as https://www.knownhost.com. we have his web hosting as well.

You're not so smart, are you Wasserman? you forgot that CloudFlare can't serve as a proxy for MX records  Wink


Great investigation, please post it on scam accusation asap, so don't let that shitman scam more people.

Now there is someone to press on and expose thier information else this scamming can ruin the reputaiopn of this hosting company unless they are part of this though. who owns this knownhost.com? its should be easy for us to do deeper investigation Smiley

jonathan should be able to help - http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1454968


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November 30, 2016, 04:02:01 PM
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I wonder how many real people steped in this crap allready. Write here how many you've lost on ebitz. It's needed to compute the Wasserman's financial power in upcoming frauds
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Ladies and gentlemen, I have found a piece of evidence no one can argue about.

The MX record of ebitz.org is dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org. resolving that email server gives us the IP address of 204.197.243.145.
Guess what used to use this IP address? ftp.opair.co! Don't believe me? go to https://geoiptool.com/en/ and paste dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org or 204.197.243.145, and see what pops up in the hostname.

The IP address of 204.197.243.145 is owned by "PrivateSystems Networks TX" which is also known as https://www.knownhost.com. we have his web hosting as well.

You're not so smart, are you Wasserman? you forgot that CloudFlare can't serve as a proxy for MX records  Wink


Great investigation, please post it on scam accusation asap, so don't let that shitman scam more people.

Now there is someone to press on and expose thier information else this scamming can ruin the reputaiopn of this hosting company unless they are part of this though. who owns this knownhost.com? its should be easy for us to do deeper investigation Smiley

We should email abuse@knownhost.com and involve law enforcement in this case. it's not a joke anymore he scammed more than 100,000$.
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November 30, 2016, 04:12:12 PM
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Ladies and gentlemen, I have found a piece of evidence no one can argue about.

The MX record of ebitz.org is dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org. resolving that email server gives us the IP address of 204.197.243.145.
Guess what used to use this IP address? ftp.opair.co! Don't believe me? go to https://geoiptool.com/en/ and paste dc-1212f12d-mail.ebitz.org or 204.197.243.145, and see what pops up in the hostname.

The IP address of 204.197.243.145 is owned by "PrivateSystems Networks TX" which is also known as https://www.knownhost.com. we have his web hosting as well.

You're not so smart, are you Wasserman? you forgot that CloudFlare can't serve as a proxy for MX records  Wink


Great investigation, please post it on scam accusation asap, so don't let that shitman scam more people.

Now there is someone to press on and expose thier information else this scamming can ruin the reputaiopn of this hosting company unless they are part of this though. who owns this knownhost.com? its should be easy for us to do deeper investigation Smiley

We should email abuse@knownhost.com and involve law enforcement in this case. it's not a joke anymore he scammed more than 100,000$.

It's probably not unlawful in his country.. I'm pretty sure he's no native english speaker, so no american.. It'll probably be hard getting a hold of him

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