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Author Topic: [UNSOLVED] BTC-E.NZ TOOK 23.11 BTC FROM ME? BALANCE SHOWS 0 BTC  (Read 170 times)
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August 31, 2017, 06:25:15 PM
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I have no transaction history yet I have trade history on my account? And it was cleaned of 23.11 BTC.... to 0....

There is absolutely no traces of my vanished BTC...

http://imgur.com/Vdv2dAv
http://imgur.com/ujE42R3
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August 31, 2017, 06:38:10 PM
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I didn't quite get the connection between .com domain and .nz domain.Since the copyright says it's related their wallet must be seized.They published an announcement maybe you should check it :

https://btc-e.nz/news/1
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August 31, 2017, 07:35:18 PM
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I didn't quite get the connection between .com domain and .nz domain.Since the copyright says it's related their wallet must be seized.They published an announcement maybe you should check it :

https://btc-e.nz/news/1

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"Because of the seizure of the data, there is a high risk that it has been compromised."

But my question is, will they credit my account?
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September 01, 2017, 12:41:23 AM
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I didn't quite get the connection between .com domain and .nz domain.Since the copyright says it's related their wallet must be seized.They published an announcement maybe you should check it :

https://btc-e.nz/news/1

Yes, I've read:

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"Because of the seizure of the data, there is a high risk that it has been compromised."

But my question is, will they credit my account?



You might get some back but you definitely can't recover your entire bitcoins. The chance of getting some back is still slim.

You shouldn't have parked your bitcoins on an exchange wallet. There is always a risk of an exchange collapsing financially or legally. Storing your coins in an offline wallet and having sole access to that wallet's private keys would have spared you the pain of losing your more than $100k.

Interesting to see you have access to your wallet despite the servers having been seized by the US authorities. You need to be careful. That might be a phishing site harvesting login credentials for the legitimate btc-e website. Well, of course even if this was a phishing site, your login information won't do the thieves any good.

There are a few reports of other users using this "nz" site. I am convinced it is a phishing site.


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