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September 17, 2017, 11:02:56 AM

Honest buyer's do not find them a place here. Most of them are buyer's and cheaters in the first place. Please prevent any new members from buy here unless they are verified by moderators .

Many new & old have 30 post or more try to scammed ..


1- User : antikonti , i ask to come his city Macedonia to check all stuff working 100% and complete deal Face to Face to Paid $$ . he refuse .

2- A very huge list of scam sites!!

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$1,299.00 $1,140.00

Brand: Bitmain Antminer S9
Miner Status: Brand new
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Order 5 pieces get 5% discount
Order 10 pieces get 7% discount

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September 18, 2017, 04:52:16 PM

Yesterday (9/17/2017) - I found a site that looked legitimate to buy an Antminer D3 from. 

 I tried to order a bitcoin mining machine (Antminer D3) from this site.  The price was good ($1849) and nobody else has them in stock - not even the manufacturer.
The ZenDesk chat operator said that they have them in stock.  I asked how do you - and not the manufacturer.  She said, "We wait until the manufacturer sells out - then sell them at a higher price".  IT seemed to good to be true.  It was....
I put in my credit card info (because I knew I'd have more protection than if I used BTC) & it said "Card declined due to security reasons".  But the page looked more like a half-baked HTML scribble page - not an official declined transaction page.  Also, NO text or call from my bank - which they ALWAYS do.
So, the web store asked for payment in Bitcoin (non-traceable).  I didn't do that!  Today, a day later, when I asked the ZenDesk Chat lady: Why their site was only 2 weeks old; their address is a parking garage  in Boston (33 Arch St, Boston, MA 02101, USA) ; and the phone number listed (+1 (627)396-4944) is a Verizon cell phone that is no longer in service - their ZenDesk chat customer service operator hung up on me.
  Shortly after my interaction on their chat support - they posted that they've stopped taking credit cards and only accept BTC.  In addition, the Antminer D3 went up from $1849 (their sales price) to $2649 today!!  So, they know their scam is ending soon.

Their page footer says, "Boston Hardware Inc." - which is actually a tiny Mom & Pop hardware store in Boston.  I called them and let them know.  They were wondering why people were calling them looking for "computer stuff".  This scam has been using Google AdWords for about a week when you type in "Antminer D3 in stock".

Here is a list of the domain names they are using.  Also, their Bitmain product descriptions are either mirrored or cut and pasted onto their website.  They've messed with the domain registry to make it look like they are owned by Bitmain - with the full on Bitmain Chinese address - but with a fake email address.

In the "About Us" page, they say they are the  "Brooklyn Store" - but when you google that name with antminer - all those domains are shut down...
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September 19, 2017, 04:41:20 PM

Has anyone had any interaction with They have really low prices and their miners' profit margins are through the roof. Too good to be true, through the roof

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September 22, 2017, 02:00:01 PM

looks kinda crazy LOL
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