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March 24, 2017, 01:52:06 PM
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Some members sending me pm about trading and other services and other bitcoin talk service.. how can i know this member asking me real or want to scam with me...
Too many the people are promoting their service are having a high chance for to be a fraud, someone is trusting will not for directly making any PM in your inbox. I guess this is just used by the people are having a low trust level, don't trust someone in this cases, without making any PM for you the trusted person are already having a lot of the people are know him in this place.
Yes personal messaging is the best way to be safe in scammer. You need to know who is the one you will make a transaction with because in trading there is no physical currency that you can see. In transaction some trader want to have the trade first before they pay, because somehow they also think the same way if you are a scammer or not. And if you have some past transaction in some people you can used them to know who is the person to trust on or not.
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March 29, 2017, 10:44:42 AM
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Never trust a newbie for trading as almost most scammers newbie account to cheat other people. Dont trade with any one without an escrow. It is always safe to use escrow.
yes that are the good tips i think. if you really want to remain safe. you must deal with someone using escrow. you must also be careful while trading with newbie.

Agreed. Because a lot of newbie are just alt of others scammers as well. So they will try everything to scam people out of their bitcoin without you knowing it. I felt sorry for those who are already a victim of scams here, specially a newbie being scammed by a newbie. Just used for better judgement in making transactions. On the other side, there are also members here who built their trust because its really hard to build one, so they protect their hard earn trust here in our forum. So making trade to them is safe.

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March 29, 2017, 10:47:52 AM
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By educating yourself on different kind of tactics used by many scammers and im very sure that you will became more vigilant and advance thinking guy if you really learn that. Just try to seek some good pointers on old threads here or maybe just go on investment threads so that you can see some perfect example on what you are finding on.
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March 29, 2017, 01:15:25 PM
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The first way that you do is not easy to believe what other people say. if you want to try, look at the person's history. if it has a reputation of trust then chances are it is true. everything you can do with a good track record.
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March 29, 2017, 01:58:58 PM
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The first way that you do is not easy to believe what other people say. if you want to try, look at the person's history. if it has a reputation of trust then chances are it is true. everything you can do with a good track record.
But past record alone will not help to prevent getting scammed. Because there are a lot of incidents that some trusted people turned scammers overnight. Engaging escrow and dealing in multiple times by dividing the total amount into small parts are few of practical way to safeguard ourselves from not getting scammed.

I always do prefer to go for currency exchange with only small amount even in the case of going through escrow. That amount is affordable to lose in worst case.
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March 30, 2017, 12:04:55 AM
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Some members sending me pm about trading and other services and other bitcoin talk service.. how can i know this member asking me real or want to scam with me...
Maximum,avoid trading with newbies as it may be an account just now opened by the scammer to cheat you.Always use escrow while trading and dont bother about the small amount of escrow fees,otherwise you will end up with loss of your own investment.Check whether they have red trust mark.If found,just avoid trading with them.
Yes that is right and that is the very common scheme of the scammers which is using newbie account for doing transactions here in our forum but it is better to just avoid newly created newbie account who wants to do big transactions because they are obviously scammers and they just want to victimize other people who are not aware of them.
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March 30, 2017, 12:12:57 AM
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Some members sending me pm about trading and other services and other bitcoin talk service.. how can i know this member asking me real or want to scam with me...
Don't click their link. Check the website they  sent tl you by reading some reviews, articles, and such forums in order to know if it is real or not.



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