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August 21, 2017, 06:40:25 AM
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Alright, so I've been PM'd by a few people what red-flags to look out for since I have a pretty good track record of spotting scammers. Sometimes I get it wrong, but better safe than sorry.  Here's a couple rules to follow to avoid becoming a victim:

1. Newbies, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH OTHER NEWBIES, EVER. There are plenty of veteran members to do business with and ALWAYS use escrow. If you're a newbie and you're doing business with another newbie, there's nearly a 100% chance that one of the parties is a scammer. I can not stress this enough.. just work with people who have been here at least a year.
2. Always use escrow.
3. See rule #2.
Even if a hero member can also be a scammer, don't trust anyone unless you know them already, and they are already familiar with you, but there are instance that an account can be hack by hackers and use it to scam people. That is also dangerous. Let's all be careful for what we are doing first and think twice before doing a business with one another.
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September 02, 2017, 05:30:35 AM
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In most cases, it turns out that it's better not to deal with friends or novices with business. At first everything goes well but then the quarrels begin and the relations are clarified and the money is to blame for all this. With friends you need to be friends and work and business with friends is not compatible.

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September 11, 2017, 03:32:33 PM
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good informations.
nice and usefull list, many thanks.  Smiley
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September 11, 2017, 10:15:36 PM
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Thank you for this additional knowledge, I've learned something new again tonight.
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September 17, 2017, 01:03:53 AM
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Alright, so I've been PM'd by a few people what red-flags to look out for since I have a pretty good track record of spotting scammers. Sometimes I get it wrong, but better safe than sorry.  Here's a couple rules to follow to avoid becoming a victim:

1. Newbies, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH OTHER NEWBIES, EVER. There are plenty of veteran members to do business with and ALWAYS use escrow. If you're a newbie and you're doing business with another newbie, there's nearly a 100% chance that one of the parties is a scammer. I can not stress this enough.. just work with people who have been here at least a year.
2. Always use escrow.
3. See rule #2.
Very important thing imo. Scammers are increasing insanely with time.
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September 18, 2017, 11:01:58 PM
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Never trust provided TXIDs on new altcoins without block explorer. Better just wait to see the coins in your wallet and fully confirmed. Some people try to send manufactured TXIDs/screenshots to "proof" they made a payment.

Thanks for the tip. I will definitely remember this one by the time I have become a veteran on bitcoin.

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September 20, 2017, 11:58:44 AM
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We are newbie, but we disagree with this. We often have questions such as :
How can you be trustworthy enough as a new platform for all potential ICO participants, who may be afraid to send their money to a 3rd party and not directly to the ICOs they would be interested in? There were so many scams recently with fraudsters hijacking the ICO participation addresses, so people may simply believe this is one of them.
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September 21, 2017, 09:59:06 AM
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thanks for nice thread
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September 22, 2017, 03:41:26 AM
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thanks for your information. this is what I want Wink
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September 29, 2017, 08:36:46 AM
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i join this discord they helping me in trading https://discord.gg/3rpnTZc they call out nice signal when to buy and the to sell.
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September 30, 2017, 12:12:28 AM
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Thank you for the advice bro
For newbie like me i have to read all the information like this

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October 05, 2017, 02:36:38 PM
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really nice information.
what bounties can seem reliable?
can I use my ether wallet and share it with my friend, who takes part in other bounty?
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October 07, 2017, 06:38:30 PM
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thank you for advise /
iam new , and i want just to know how traders know wen the coin "up" or "down"..... time to buy and sell any coin ... etc?
please help me .
thank you  <3
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October 17, 2017, 09:15:44 PM
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world of crypto is rough !! Huh
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October 25, 2017, 12:26:41 PM
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Alright, so I've been PM'd by a few people what red-flags to look out for since I have a pretty good track record of spotting scammers. Sometimes I get it wrong, but better safe than sorry.  Here's a couple rules to follow to avoid becoming a victim:

1. Newbies, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH OTHER NEWBIES, EVER. There are plenty of veteran members to do business with and ALWAYS use escrow. If you're a newbie and you're doing business with another newbie, there's nearly a 100% chance that one of the parties is a scammer. I can not stress this enough.. just work with people who have been here at least a year.
2. Always use escrow.
3. See rule #2.

how to do this using escrow? and what does it mean?

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October 27, 2017, 11:43:43 AM
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Thank you very much for the information.
I'm interested and planning to buy and trade bitcoin and other altcoin and as a newbie, I still don't  know where and how to start, I still studying the trading system and all the pieces of information and warnings here will be a great help. And yes you have to be wise and careful dealing with people you don't know as the experts would always say the internet is full of scams.
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October 27, 2017, 12:28:16 PM
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Alright, so I've been PM'd by a few people what red-flags to look out for since I have a pretty good track record of spotting scammers. Sometimes I get it wrong, but better safe than sorry.  Here's a couple rules to follow to avoid becoming a victim:

1. Newbies, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH OTHER NEWBIES, EVER. There are plenty of veteran members to do business with and ALWAYS use escrow. If you're a newbie and you're doing business with another newbie, there's nearly a 100% chance that one of the parties is a scammer. I can not stress this enough.. just work with people who have been here at least a year.
2. Always use escrow.
3. See rule #2.
Can I have a detailed guide of how create escrow from Electrum
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October 27, 2017, 03:00:28 PM
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Alright, so I've been PM'd by a few people what red-flags to look out for since I have a pretty good track record of spotting scammers. Sometimes I get it wrong, but better safe than sorry.  Here's a couple rules to follow to avoid becoming a victim:

1. Newbies, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH OTHER NEWBIES, EVER. There are plenty of veteran members to do business with and ALWAYS use escrow. If you're a newbie and you're doing business with another newbie, there's nearly a 100% chance that one of the parties is a scammer. I can not stress this enough.. just work with people who have been here at least a year.
2. Always use escrow.
3. See rule #2.
Can I have a detailed guide of how create escrow from Electrum

Please provide if possible instructions for Electrum escrow, thank you in advance

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October 30, 2017, 06:56:15 AM
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Your exactly right ..as a newbie better to ask question for the Sr. member, full member and legendary member cause of they know the information and have a knowledge about this  ...hope gaining knowlegde here.. thanks a lot for this thread.

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November 05, 2017, 06:05:07 PM
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Alright, so I've been PM'd by a few people what red-flags to look out for since I have a pretty good track record of spotting scammers. Sometimes I get it wrong, but better safe than sorry.  Here's a couple rules to follow to avoid becoming a victim:


1. Newbies, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH OTHER NEWBIES, EVER. There are plenty of veteran members to do business with and ALWAYS use escrow. If you're a newbie and you're doing business with another newbie, there's nearly a 100% chance that one of the parties is a scammer. I can not stress this enough.. just work with people who have been here at least a year.

I totally agree. Most scams I've fallen for were with newbies.

2. Always use escrow.

The party performing the escrow must be trusted too.

3. See rule #2.
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