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May 14, 2013, 04:44:21 AM
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Yeah I got a PM too, looked suspicious though.

No indication what the number was...

Why not redeem the codes yourself (Anyroll) and send the Bitcoin's straight to the address of the winner? (this is what Bitcoin is about, ease of moving money, no need to login to a trading site)

Stupidly, I clicked the link but my username was not already in the field, chrome puts it there for me. Then I looked at the URL and saw why. Thanks chrome. I can't even remember my password anyway. Haha

Oh well, too good to be true! Statistically you could play a unique number once per day for a year and still have a more chance of losing than winning...
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May 14, 2013, 04:48:39 AM
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Can't emphasize how disgusting this is. I'm relatively new and I've received a few phishing links as well via PM. Bitcoins are getting big though and as much as we'd want to think that the quality of the community would remain high, the more people that adopt bitcoins the lower this will fall until it averages out.

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May 14, 2013, 04:52:45 AM
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I hope you guys at least clicked that "Report to admin" link on the bottom right corner of the message.
I requested a ban for him, it would help if you guys reported the PM's.


I got it too. Just reported the PM to theymos.

This guy needs a scammer tag and a ban NOW!

Also, can admins do anything to disable the links in these PMs? It'd be awful for this scam to actually work...

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May 14, 2013, 05:02:19 AM
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I got the same private message too.  I did not believe I had won because I had the same number as someone else so I kind of figured something was up.  Also, I figured he could just use the wallet address I had posted if I really had won.  I have learned to be very wary of any emails and not to open them.  My husband is really adamant about that after having to clean up a few viruses.  I try to be extra cautious now. 

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May 14, 2013, 05:02:24 AM
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 Grin My cannons are hitting the phising website.
It's not just you! hxxp://btceexchange.comze.com looks down from here.


Edit:
I also open a topic, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204716.0
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May 14, 2013, 05:06:37 AM
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Please report the phising website here:
http://www.000webhost.com/report-abuse
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May 14, 2013, 05:11:57 AM
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Grin My cannons are hitting the phising website.
It's not just you! hxxp://btceexchange.comze.com looks down from here.


Edit:
I also open a topic, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204716.0

Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

You will need to proof that your account was hacked.
(Maybe some admin can check your IP address and the hacker one).

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May 14, 2013, 05:13:59 AM
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Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

Why don't you PM everyone back and tell them not to click the link?

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May 14, 2013, 05:16:48 AM
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Grin My cannons are hitting the phising website.
It's not just you! hxxp://btceexchange.comze.com looks down from here.


Edit:
I also open a topic, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204716.0

Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

You don't give up do you?


Its price is not a very relevant factor in its adoption....
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May 14, 2013, 05:17:39 AM
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Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

Why don't you PM everyone back and tell them not to click the link?

Probably because he's too busy sending fake urls to people.

Its price is not a very relevant factor in its adoption....
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May 14, 2013, 05:20:17 AM
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Aw damn I honestly thought I won
Avoided the URL when web of trust said to do so and surprisingly siteadvisor did its job as well
Did a bypass and  I did make a btc-e account for this lol from the source site well now its a spare account if I ever need to use btc-e lol

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May 14, 2013, 05:22:33 AM
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Your kidding right? What do you not understand about I Was HACKED. Right now im trying to put things back together.. The hacker hacked a secondary email of mine and changed the password. I've been on the phone with my email provider for 20 minutes.

I know right? I mean, if you said it, it must be true, as people never lie on the internet  Roll Eyes

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May 14, 2013, 05:23:09 AM
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Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

Why don't you PM everyone back and tell them not to click the link?

Probably because he's too busy sending fake urls to people.

Your kidding right? What do you not understand about I was HACKED. Right now im trying to put things back together.. The hacker hacked a secondary email of mine and changed the password. I've been on the phone with my email provider for 20 minutes.



While you were posting on the forum you were hacked you were still sending out fake links. Explain.

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May 14, 2013, 05:24:00 AM
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Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

Why don't you PM everyone back and tell them not to click the link?

Probably because he's too busy sending fake urls to people.

Your kidding right? What do you not understand about I was HACKED. Right now im trying to put things back together.. The hacker hacked a secondary email of mine and changed the password. I've been on the phone with my email provider for 20 minutes.



If you are the real one edit this topic with HUGE LETTERS saying PHISHING ALERT, SCAM https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=198694.0
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May 14, 2013, 05:26:08 AM
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Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

Why don't you PM everyone back and tell them not to click the link?

Probably because he's too busy sending fake urls to people.

Your kidding right? What do you not understand about I was HACKED. Right now im trying to put things back together.. The hacker hacked a secondary email of mine and changed the password. I've been on the phone with my email provider for 20 minutes.



If you are the real one edit this topic with HUGE LETTERS saying PHISHING ALERT, SCAM https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=198694.0


Pointless.

Its price is not a very relevant factor in its adoption....
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May 14, 2013, 05:27:00 AM
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Good job, I have contacted 000webhost, the site where the phishing website was hosted and requested it be take down.

The hacker nearly gained control of my email, luckily I had phone verification which is what tipped me off I was being hacked. It ringed with a verification code to reset password..

Im sorry any of those who were affected by this hopefully no one fell for it.

Why don't you PM everyone back and tell them not to click the link?

Probably because he's too busy sending fake urls to people.

Your kidding right? What do you not understand about I was HACKED. Right now im trying to put things back together.. The hacker hacked a secondary email of mine and changed the password. I've been on the phone with my email provider for 20 minutes.



If you are the real one edit this topic with HUGE LETTERS saying PHISHING ALERT, SCAM https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=198694.0


Pointless.

People will see it and they will not believe the MP.
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May 14, 2013, 05:30:45 AM
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May 14, 2013, 05:35:28 AM
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Guys, I'm new to btc-e.com so I'm seeking for advice here. I did click the link but I didn't enter any information since I had another tab opened which was logged into btc-e.com. This was how I knew that the link points to a phishing site.

Anyway, I checked my mailbox & saw a "successful authorization" from btc-e.com. Is this email something to be expected if you're logged into from another device?

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May 14, 2013, 05:37:10 AM
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Now is the time lol
WOT == Web of Trust Recommend it's use
Siteadvisor Ok most times
Saved my butt after that click  Grin
Well then it would need to break a wall of antivirus but if stopped at first pg best Smiley
Hmm where do I send the Giant Orbital Cannon too Cheesy
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May 14, 2013, 05:39:48 AM
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Guys, I'm new to btc-e.com so I'm seeking for advice here. I did click the link but I didn't enter any information since I had another tab opened which was logged into btc-e.com. This was how I knew that the link points to a phishing site.

Anyway, I checked my mailbox & saw a "successful authorization" from btc-e.com. Is this email something to be expected if you're logged into from another device?

Probably not change your password just in case
Assumes you need to user activate it yourself
Since I just made a btc-e account when I thought this was legit was expecting a mail but should leave it to another user to know best
Just writing quickly in case anyroll just did that just now and you need to be fast to change your pass before some bit is sent
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