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September 17, 2017, 09:18:48 AM
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Hi, I am a novice in the field of Bitcoin and I fell for the scheme due to my grid. I have learnt my lesson and I want to share my experience with others so that they also not become victim like me.

I was directed to the website through Google ads. The temptation of doubling the money in 7 hours sound too tempting and I fell for it. I deposited slightly more than the minimum amount of 0.023 BTC. However, they did acknowledge my receipt but they claimed they want more bitcoin for registration purpose. I am posting the snapshot of our e-mail communication which will give you the clear idea of what happened. Have a look.

https://i.imgur.com/oekCACD.png

https://i.imgur.com/jGzU0dL.png

https://i.imgur.com/2KN71WW.png

Hope it helps others.
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September 17, 2017, 10:02:33 AM
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I'm sorry for your loss, but these scammers prey on peoples greed. Take it as a lesson that "if it looks too good to be true, it probably is". Do not assume that because google accepts an advertisement, that the advertiser is legitimate (but it might be worth reporting it if you can find the advert again). If these people were able to double their money every 7 hours, why would they give this service away to random strangers? You are lucky to make 5-10% per year with mainstream investments, stick with that.

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September 17, 2017, 10:51:55 AM
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That's why you have to research first before doing something usually if it matters of sending money to someone online. Because there is bigger risk with this kind of scheme, like doubling bitcoin, for several hours/days.
Annd thank you for sharing this thing here, so more people will be aware Of this site

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September 17, 2017, 11:57:30 AM
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I'm sorry for your loss, but these scammers prey on peoples greed. Take it as a lesson that "if it looks too good to be true, it probably is". Do not assume that because google accepts an advertisement, that the advertiser is legitimate (but it might be worth reporting it if you can find the advert again). If these people were able to double their money every 7 hours, why would they give this service away to random strangers? You are lucky to make 5-10% per year with mainstream investments, stick with that.

That's what I have already done. I have also sent a mail to Google describing the detailS. I don't expect Google to take any action but by chance if it takes some action, this is where it may hurt them most. They will not be able to advertise at the top under the biggest search engine and it will make very difficult for them to lure the other victims.
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September 17, 2017, 12:27:43 PM
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That's why you have to research first before doing something usually if it matters of sending money to someone online. Because there is bigger risk with this kind of scheme, like doubling bitcoin, for several hours/days.
Annd thank you for sharing this thing here, so more people will be aware Of this site

That's the exact reason for this post. 100$ is not big amount for me but this post may save hundreds of $ from the potential victims of this scammers.
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September 17, 2017, 04:18:00 PM
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file your complaint with namecheap. they are hiding the whois details, adn can at least shut down the domain.
Further, you should be able to get a court order to compel namecheap to reveal their customer.  If the whois is valid, its more than likely in a non touchable country...
if the details are false,   try to sue namecheap in small claims court for allowing the fraudlent domain / hoiding the whois details.

Will you win? No, not likely. But they might settle for the 100 bucks you lost and stop offering whois privacy services if they get sued enough
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