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August 04, 2017, 02:00:11 PM
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just a warning to all trading tokens on this exchange.

What happened::
I bought some TaaS tokens and withdrew them from the exchange to my wallet. They took the tokens but never sent them to me. They posted a fake TX (only input data but no tokens inside to be transferred)
Withdrawal request: http://imgur.com/a/dFTCw
TX link: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xea0c67fa876f93768a6e2738ed521b61bdc1409f03a2d6075ae4ac24a43df74e

As you can see the input data contains a transfer command to my wallet for 424.5 tokens but they never added the tokens to the contract as they would be visible in the TX.
Example of a valid token transfer: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xe3644edf01e903c97df4ad6c1d60f70980250f796d98c969b6a7427da339a6c7

I reported all my findings to them but they don't answer even when I see that they read my message (telegram). I also tried to call them but no answers for 2 days already.
I got reports of other people transferring the same token successfully so I guess they are selectively scamming in order to keep people on their exchange longer.

So be careful with dealing with this exchange! Well if you have coins/tokens on it there is nothing you can do anyway I just wish you luck.
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August 05, 2017, 04:49:26 AM
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Hello

just a warning to all trading tokens on this exchange.

What happened::
I bought some TaaS tokens and withdrew them from the exchange to my wallet. They took the tokens but never sent them to me. They posted a fake TX (only input data but no tokens inside to be transferred)
Withdrawal request:
TX link: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xea0c67fa876f93768a6e2738ed521b61bdc1409f03a2d6075ae4ac24a43df74e

As you can see the input data contains a transfer command to my wallet for 424.5 tokens but they never added the tokens to the contract as they would be visible in the TX.
Example of a valid token transfer: https://etherscan.io/tx/0xe3644edf01e903c97df4ad6c1d60f70980250f796d98c969b6a7427da339a6c7

I reported all my findings to them but they don't answer even when I see that they read my message (telegram). I also tried to call them but no answers for 2 days already.
I got reports of other people transferring the same token successfully so I guess they are selectively scamming in order to keep people on their exchange longer.

So be careful with dealing with this exchange! Well if you have coins/tokens on it there is nothing you can do anyway I just wish you luck.


From what I can see the tx indeed does not carry any sort of TaaS tokens, let alone 400~ of them.

Do you have any proof that they are selectively scamming?

Since you have contacted liqui support there is really nothing else to do in the meanwhile than to wait for a reply. I do think that liqui is a trustworthy site, they've spent a lot of money trying to build up their brand and image to get to wher ethey are right now so just scamming a few hundred/few thousand dollars isn't worth it for them at all in my opinion.

Although I have to say that their support is definitely not the best. Usually issues gets resolved but not until at least nearly a week later.

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August 05, 2017, 08:10:12 PM
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While I am searching I found a couple of complains about them regarding handling  ethereum and its token . I want to sell some tokens there but now I am backing off until see what is really going on .
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