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October 05, 2017, 01:08:24 PM
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 The connection of any project with the swindler Pavel Krymov is a failure. Absolutely any undertaking promoted on the scammer's resources (including MMGP) is a priori scam.
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October 05, 2017, 01:10:48 PM
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The connection of any project with the swindler Pavel Krymov is a failure. Absolutely any undertaking promoted on the scammer's resources (including MMGP) is a priori scam.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=I9T8eMG6Yc0
Thumbsdown must be the sour ass worldcore employees.

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October 05, 2017, 01:59:17 PM
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1. The most expensive advertising on the forum of Pavel Krymov MMGP. As you know, the forum belongs to Krymov and on it the rotten lodges are advertised. The European company priori will not cooperate with the criminal and especially will not do advertising on the stash of pyramids and other projects not related to investment. The most expensive banner (1000 US Dollars per week) and the most acidic source of traffic (1.8%) is clearly a sign of unreasonable advertising, beneficial only for Pavel Krymov.
http://stopkrymov.com/news/worldcore-afera-organizator-ico-worldcore-moshennik-pavel-gennadevich-krymov-tokenwcr-ne-brat
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October 05, 2017, 04:16:31 PM
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The sequence of dates for calls for cooperation on ICO from Pavel Krymov and Worldcore. August 23 - Pavel Krymov on his blog posts information that a large advertising campaign ICO is preparing. August 24 (the day after the publication of Krymov) on the site Bitcointalk org (the largest forum on crypto currency), the topic ICO Worldcore appeared.
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October 05, 2017, 04:29:34 PM
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NEVER TRUST A NEWBIE ACCOUNT ON THIS FORUM.

ALL OF THE NEWBIE ACCOUNT ON THIS THREAD ARE CREATED FOR ONE REASON, TO EXTORT
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2223444.0
THE POOR KID LEARNED SOME TECHNIQUES TO EARN BITCOIN THRU EXTORTION. NICE POOR KID JUST SEND ME YOUR CV I WILL HIRE YOU TO CLEAN MY TOILET EVERYDAY TO FEED YOUR DRUG ADDICTION AND BILLS OF YOUR LOANS

Dear Bitcontalk admnistration!

I represent Worldcore - well-known European licensed and regulated Payment Institution offering wide range of payment products since 2015.

Worldcore's business is verifiable at https://worldcore.eu website, ICO website - https://worldcore.com

Our Russian thread, which is under strong attack of extortionists: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2116305.new

Our English thread, which was moved from Altcoins due to attack: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2097832.new

The company is regulated by National Bank of Czech Republic and is based in Prague.

Our company announced upcoming ICO (Announcement date - 17/08/2017) which starts today in presale stage.

2 weeks ago we were contacted by extortionist with nickname mosprognoz on facebook with requirement to pay him 2 BTC for good support on this forum, otherwise if we do not accept this offer, he will start posting bad content and reviews everywhere.

Here is a proof of the first extortion request:

https://i.imgur.com/svYVKD7.png

It was Wednesday, 12 days ago before today.

After our refusal to make any payments to extortionists, we have published this screenshot and got prepared for attack, after that we've got 2 more extortion requests to our Facebook account.
Both were received in Russian:

https://i.imgur.com/VFDjW1L.png

https://i.imgur.com/ET0rVRs.png

With each next day the group of extortionists continued increasing the power of informational attacks and FUD in our English and Russian threads. They kept telling the same in every posts and at the moment there are ~500 posts made from their accounts. The main accunts - Marina Uni, Jemura. If you take a look, you will see that they live only in our thread and post every few minutes only in our thread. There are also different accounts involved in this attack - Oscal Wilde, Matananan and others.

They always threaten and insult our team, especially the founder and CEO of Worldcore. They made a fake screenshot where our ICO support team says that the founder is gay and said tens of unbelievable facts.

They have a website Stopkrymov.com where they started posting articles based on stupid and fake totally unproven by any real fact connection between Worldcore and Pavel Krymov, who is nobody in our company and who we never had business with, who is not involved and was never part of any of Worldcore's business activities.

Our lawyers have successfully reported fake content on 2 websites which are launched by these fraudsters and extortionists to Google:

https://www.lumendatabase.org/notices/15079939

Google has removed these websites from search results because it harms our business reputation and includes our registered European trademark.

They also created a phishing website of our ICO and posted the URL in our threads which can be easily tracked on your side. Marina Uni and jemura were the users which posted it.

They keep insulting our team, our lawyers and saying the things which has nothing to do with our company with good name and perfect reputation.

Worldcore is a well-known company in European Fintech space.

Worldcore is a partner, sponsor, speaker and participant of the world-famous Fintech events in Europe:

Finovate Europe (London):

http://finovate.com/finovate-debuts-worldcore-turns-your-face-into-a-key/

Money2020 Europe (Copenhagen):

https://europe.money2020.com/sponsors/worldcore

Crypto Affiliate Conference (Prague):

https://cryptoaffiliateconf.com

Fintech Connect Live (London):

http://www.fintechconnectlive.com/speakers/sean-patterson/

And many others...

Worldcore is a member of the prestigious Emerging Payments Association based in United Kingdom:

http://emergingpayments.org/members/

Worldcore is an award-winning company:

National Winner of Central European Startup Awards in "Best FinTech Startup" nomination:

http://centraleuropeanstartupawards.com/season-2017/czech-republic-national-winners

Worldcore also won a "Best FinTech Newcomer" award in "Best Banking Award" by Business News Europe.

Worldcore runs large number of marketing campaigns and is very transparent and public company which has nothing to hide:

Public transport advertising in Prague:
https://worldcore.eu/File/Get/1840707642

Prague International Airport:

https://worldcore.eu/File/Get/613575623

Worldcore is also involved in Charity and is a sponsor and partner of Red Cross organization:

http://www.cervenykriz.eu/cz/sponzori.aspx

The founder of Worldcore was included in "New Europe 100" list of the best changemakers in Central and Eastern Europe, which was published on Financial Times:

https://www.ft.com/content/ece06f66-90a7-11e6-a72e-b428cb934b78

Worldcore is the world's first payment platform, which implemented both Voice Biometrics and Facial Recognition access options for accessing accounts.

Worldcore is a PCI DSS Level 1 compliant service provider, it confirms that our technical infrastructure stays in compliance with Visa and MasterCard requirements and has permission to process over unlimited card transactions every year and storing all cardholders' data on it's servers:

https://worldcore.eu/Images/pci-dss-certificate.jpg

Having all these achievements, publications, media visibility, awards and other points, it's needless to say that Worldcore's value is 10's million dollars and Worldcore has noting to do with ANYONE, who is involved in fraud and scam activities.

We guess that all the facts listed above are enough to trust our word as we are totally transparent company which runs the world's first ICO of already established payment business with a value of 10's millions USD even on current stage of development.

This group of extortionists and blackmailers made our English thread deleted with tens of their garbage-style posts and this is what we received from one of their main accounts mosprognoz yesterday:

https://i.imgur.com/GT3iA6L.png

They keep attacking our Russian thread and we have been advised by Xandry (Russian Moderator) to create the thread in this section for further assistance of administration of the forum to get our brand, company and ICO saved from extortionists.

Closer to presale date they also started to spam our Telegram group members with following message:

https://i.imgur.com/tcjXabil.jpg

We guess it's totally visible who is who in this situation and it's totally visible that this group of people is not organic audience, otherwise they wouldn't live in our threads day and night.  7 days a week they do their best to create difficulties for our company and it's ICO.

Our lawyers are working day and night in their legal fight against this group of people and we sincerely hope that you will understand our position and apply all measures to ban all accounts involved in this with further removal of their posts which has nothing to do with reality.

Full list of Bitcointalk usernames involved in extortion, FUD and BlackPR attack to Worldcore:
Marina Uni
jemura
Veleor
Matananan
mosprognoz
alean
reyzex

We are looking forward to hear back from someone who may help us in resolution of this problem and recovery of our English thread,
Worldcore team.
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October 05, 2017, 04:48:48 PM
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The domain worldcore.com is designed for an individual (Alexey Nasonov) http://stopkrymov.com/news/worldcore-afera-organizator-ico-worldcore-moshennik-pavel-gennadevich-krymov-tokenwcr-ne-brat . This is a frivolous approach of a European company.
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October 05, 2017, 05:14:23 PM
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NEVER TRUST A NEWBIE ACCOUNT ON THIS FORUM.




Newbie said: NEVER TRUST A NEWBIE ACCOUNT ON THIS FORUM.

It's a madness
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uSU1ka3tZI

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October 05, 2017, 06:34:05 PM
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This is a very bad company to deal with. Customer service is terrible and doesn't speak English very well. High fees, locking of accounts and who knows what else. When I went on their Facebook page to give them a bad review I found many obviously fake 5 star reviews (terrible terrible English) and multiple complaints. Some of the complaints had a long convoluted reply from WorldCore.eu which appeared to accuse clients of wrong doing and then disclose private information which I would think would be protected by law.

In my case I suffered long delays and high fees, but fortunately my funds were eventually released.

I am now afraid to even rate them on Facebook using my full name for fear they will disclose personal information about me in retaliation. Very scary!

http://scamanalyze.com/check/worldcore.eu.html

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October 06, 2017, 06:28:14 AM
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I would agree with you that we are liars, fraudsters or who else you may think but the reason of your problems is wrong beneficiary name which was indicated and this was not our fault at all. I guess everyone would agree with me. Finally, your recipient received the funds but this required amendments and we did everything according to basic instructions for such cases. I'm repeating again that you indicated wrong beneficiary name and the funds cannot be credited to recipient's account in such cases.

http://scamanalyze.com/check/worldcore.eu.html

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October 06, 2017, 08:34:03 AM
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The sequence of dates for calls for cooperation on ICO from Pavel Krymov and Worldcore. August 23 - Pavel Krymov on his blog posts information that a large advertising campaign ICO is preparing. August 24 (the day after the publication of Krymov) on the site Bitcointalk org (the largest forum on crypto currency), the topic ICO Worldcore appeared.

The connection of any project with the swindler Pavel Krymov is a failure. Absolutely any undertaking promoted on the scammer's resources (including MMGP) is a priori scam.

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October 06, 2017, 08:43:43 AM
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use the appropriate format for scam accusation


Scam Report Format

Code:
[b][color=black]What happened:: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Scammers Profile Link: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Reference Link: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Amount Scammed: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Payment Method: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Proof of Payment: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]PM/Chat Logs: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Additional Notes: [/color][/b]
Copy and paste it in new thread then fill all data.

Scam report example:

What happened::
I saw escrow.ms's lolipop thread 4 days ago and placed a order for 1000 lolipops. After I sent him payment, he just went offline and never came back. I think he's a big liar and a scam artist. Stay away from him.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=76380

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260070.0

Amount Scammed: 2 BTC/$176.40
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment:
http://blockchain.info/tx/b80f35cebae98fcbd8eb0e2eaea6def41f90ad01086ad830ba23094ac3c3b165

PM/Chat Logs: http://i.imgur.com/8UbLVSc.png
Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

you will get better results if you post in the appropriate format, you can also ask DT member help if it is the case.

I read the thread and will follow up as soon as you edit the thread to the appropriate format

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October 06, 2017, 09:28:23 AM
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use the appropriate format for scam accusation


Scam Report Format

Code:
[b][color=black]What happened:: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Scammers Profile Link: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Reference Link: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Amount Scammed: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Payment Method: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Proof of Payment: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]PM/Chat Logs: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Additional Notes: [/color][/b]
Copy and paste it in new thread then fill all data.

Scam report example:

What happened::
I saw escrow.ms's lolipop thread 4 days ago and placed a order for 1000 lolipops. After I sent him payment, he just went offline and never came back. I think he's a big liar and a scam artist. Stay away from him.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=76380

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260070.0

Amount Scammed: 2 BTC/$176.40
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment:
http://blockchain.info/tx/b80f35cebae98fcbd8eb0e2eaea6def41f90ad01086ad830ba23094ac3c3b165

PM/Chat Logs: http://i.imgur.com/8UbLVSc.png
Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

you will get better results if you post in the appropriate format, you can also ask DT member help if it is the case.

I read the thread and will follow up as soon as you edit the thread to the appropriate format


Ok, thanks, but it useful for little scammers, not for companies.

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October 06, 2017, 09:33:49 AM
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What happened: fake company's ICO:

Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1067343 

Reference Link:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2116305.520
Amount Scammed: $100 000 000
Payment Method: ETH
Proof of Payment: https://etherscan.io/address/0xA2C964F2e39be754fc5f41b2E8f4f33c3C138654
PM/Chat Logs:
Additional Notes: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=wavecrest.mobile.worldcore
http://scamanalyze.com/check/worldcore.eu.html

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October 06, 2017, 10:50:33 AM
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Comments under customized articles Worldcore are about the scam and Krymov. And the already frail advertising campaign ICO Worldcore failed. Investors already know that the project is connected with a fraudster.
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October 06, 2017, 12:14:33 PM
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Mike Boutwell:WorldCore Gets a Thumbs Down

https://youtu.be/I9T8eMG6Yc0

What’s going on everybody. Thank you very much for joining. Now this video is going to be about WorldCore. WorldCore is a an existing business in Czech Republic, in Prague to pin services company. Subscribers ask a question what do I think about it. I am not gonna like it so if you want watch the video hear me talk why I like something or why I don’t this is going to be I give digenetic thumbs down and I’ll talk about why in this video. I try to be as polite as I possibly can but it is a big downside for me. Ok? And honestly to be fair there is somebody going around and I don’t know what to deal with this person but I was in a telegram chat, chat with people from WorldCore because I had some serious questions. Somebody join there with a name of WorldCore scam and posted links to me like private message with some staff in Russian in various languages to the bitcoin talk forum and it looks like I mean it is an accusation who knows if it is true I certainly don’t.

It is in Russian I didn’t translate it and I don’t really care because there are other reasons why I am not interested in it but that thing said you know thinking both ways I wanna be fair and I wanna get companies a fair chance. WorldCore is by the way before I continue, the point mentioned is there might be some like somebody who has a bond to pick with these guys for some reason I have no idea like maybe there are some persons or what I don’t know. And I don’t care basically because.

It is pre-existing business that already in Czech Republic, there is a bank license from the Ministry of Finances, they have a bunch of words you can…here his guy, talk, he is a marketing executive. Here is a deal I don’t actually think they actually need ICO, there pre-existing business and what they wanna do doesn’t seem like it requires a whole lot of money and they said they wait for ICO which I don’t believe. I just simply do not believe that because ICO money will not have been enough for them to expend the business like they wanna do. What they wanna do they can basically talkanizethe platform and expand business connections, they don’t need that. What they are basically doing is they wow people who invest in their company on dividend on payments through the platform. The problem with this is that 1) payment spaces too crowded. You have four card payment companies already and it is getting more crowded every day. You have one company that already moving to be super dominate which is OMC. Alright? What they have done is they already like WorldCoreexcept on steroids. Ok? So OMC wants to connect all of payment services, providers together so basically be the reason why you don’t need to have a paypal account, ok? Plus you have a bunch of other card services, providers.

Plus you have a bunch of companies like Edge that I just mentioned in a recent video where you don’t need a bank account, you know, they try to solve the paywill problem. So there is a bunch of other competitors they already have already compete directly with them and they have even got started. Not only that. Let’s just jump to this part. Czech Republic Introduces Law Regulating (Restricting) Bitcoin. So this is a big deal, the Czech Ministry of Finance has a bond to pick with bitcoin, they don’t like it. They harass bitcoinbased businesses and businesses around the concept of cryptocurrency. You get harass, you get ordered to death basically. I know a couple of people who been continuously ordered like month after month for no apparent reason and they been ordered it so much that it not a coincidence obviously not and basically the orders do not go away until you pay, no joke. And so I didn’t know this so I went to telegram chat and some messages and basically go back and forth and I asked we will back and forth but this is the message I try to sum up my question because they didn’t seem to get it. It says so they can either order you to death or they some exception with what I refer to is these guys have some sort of special deal with check pack which that was the case I would not be ok with that. Because that mean bribery. But I am not accusing anybody in bribery, it’s just what’s the deal. All I am asking is: “Why do they not have a problem with a company using crypto tag when in general there is a strong stand against it”.

So go back and I say first of all considering the core business model of WorldCore is not based on the crypto or on the crypto at the moment, it is planned to be properly implemented in accordance with regulations including Ministry of Finance position regarding currencies. Further more the company already has a financial statement ordered by Ernst and Young which will be revealed next week. I see report regarding Ministry of Finance position on crypto currencies and as I said before once a world got crypto currency peace luch there must be a lot of work to be completed to meet local regulations including KYCNL and above that because the Czech regulators have more than KYCNL.

Finally I would not worry much about as the WorldCore is brand owned and operated by UPS provider which is Czech version of LLC, the Czech Republic licened payment service provider regulated by the Czech national bank. Now here is the deal. The Czech Ministry of Finance requires by law all payment fees to be sent into the Ministry of Finance so it regulated in pay businesses. There is a lot of competition in this space already, I don’t see a whole lot of innovation been done here and I would never give my etherium to an existing financial institution that basically wants to centralize data and doesn’t want to improve on life for anybody else or anything. I see very very little upside to this, the only upside as a talkingholder would be if not if, would be the interest on transaction payments, that’s it. But there are so many other options out there that provide that and so many other options in payment space provide that already have all these partnerships they wanna talk about and that are building every day that why would I go with this organization. It’s just a big thumbs down to me. I wish them all the best of luck but stiff competition as I say so these guys are gonna need a lot of Viagra, just a joke. So that’s it. Take care guys and have a great day.




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October 06, 2017, 12:25:04 PM
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It's enough to get to their site with terrible pixel resolution to understand the "level" of this project.

This is a very bad company to deal with. Customer service is terrible and doesn't speak English very well. High fees, locking of accounts and who knows what else. When I went on their Facebook page to give them a bad review I found many obviously fake 5 star reviews (terrible terrible English) and multiple complaints. Some of the complaints had a long convoluted reply from WorldCore.eu which appeared to accuse clients of wrong doing and then disclose private information which I would think would be protected by law.

In my case I suffered long delays and high fees, but fortunately my funds were eventually released.

I am now afraid to even rate them on Facebook using my full name for fear they will disclose personal information about me in retaliation. Very scary!

http://scamanalyze.com/check/worldcore.eu.html

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All the dates of the ICO Worldcore ad campaign overlap with the scammer's moves in the blog and on the forum. Worldcore announced ICO on August 17. The next day, on August 18, the information appeared on MMGP fraudster Pavel Krymov. On August 23, Crimea on his blog announced the search for partners to promote ICO. On August 24, the theme of Worldcore on Bitcointalk appeared. The topic, by the way, created an account, registered in mid-July 2017.
http://res.cloudinary.com/dvjwtomme/image/upload/q_auto,w_auto,dpr_auto/v1505987168/stopkrymov.com/news/worldcore-afera-organizator-ico-worldcore-moshennik-pavel-gennadevich-krymov-tokenwcr-ne-brat/3.png
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October 06, 2017, 01:29:40 PM
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All the dates of the ICO Worldcore ad campaign overlap with the scammer's moves in the blog and on the forum. Worldcore announced ICO on August 17. The next day, on August 18, the information appeared on MMGP fraudster Pavel Krymov. On August 23, Crimea on his blog announced the search for partners to promote ICO. On August 24, the theme of Worldcore on Bitcointalk appeared. The topic, by the way, created an account, registered in mid-July 2017.
http://res.cloudinary.com/dvjwtomme/image/upload/q_auto,w_auto,dpr_auto/v1505987168/stopkrymov.com/news/worldcore-afera-organizator-ico-worldcore-moshennik-pavel-gennadevich-krymov-tokenwcr-ne-brat/3.png


Also had problems with indefinitely frozen funds and high fees. Company does not seem legit.

from http://scamanalyze.com/check/worldcore.eu.html

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October 06, 2017, 03:47:36 PM
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Variability of the outcome of the crowdsdale. European companies do not conduct an ICO of the type "how much we collect, so much and take". This is how Krymov works. In ICO Wordcore there are no goals and obligations to return the investment, if you do not get the right amount. But there are ambitions up to 100 million US Dollars.
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use the appropriate format for scam accusation


Scam Report Format

Code:
[b][color=black]What happened:: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Scammers Profile Link: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Reference Link: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Amount Scammed: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Payment Method: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Proof of Payment: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]PM/Chat Logs: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Additional Notes: [/color][/b]
Copy and paste it in new thread then fill all data.

Scam report example:

What happened::
I saw escrow.ms's lolipop thread 4 days ago and placed a order for 1000 lolipops. After I sent him payment, he just went offline and never came back. I think he's a big liar and a scam artist. Stay away from him.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=76380

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260070.0

Amount Scammed: 2 BTC/$176.40
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment:
http://blockchain.info/tx/b80f35cebae98fcbd8eb0e2eaea6def41f90ad01086ad830ba23094ac3c3b165

PM/Chat Logs: http://i.imgur.com/8UbLVSc.png
Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

you will get better results if you post in the appropriate format, you can also ask DT member help if it is the case.

I read the thread and will follow up as soon as you edit the thread to the appropriate format

DT MEMBERS WILL NOT HELP THESE CROOKS GET WHAT THEY WANT. MONEY, JUST LOOK AT THE HIS REPLY TOTALLY FUNNY. THIS KID IS DESPERATE TO FEED HIS DRUG ADDICTION
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