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November 04, 2017, 04:33:59 AM
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Interesting creatures are humans, we always have hope, when its uncertain.
bitpetite is not coming back and keep posting on once in a while "wait, wait, we are coming back".
Looks like I was unlucky to invest few days before it vanished.
This is very frustrating, but there is still hope to either get back our money, or website will be back.
Information for today is:

    Support team has no answers from the owner of the company, she dosn't respond to emails and to her own team.
    Similiar websites are appearing in the internet, they all look a like, don't register.
    Original website was purchased here:
    http://themes.hyipsoftware.com/crypto/
    didnt even change numbers, I guess...
    From the poll online ( on Twitter) people split 49/51 % on SCAM/Maintenance , there is a hope
    The balance of the LTC wallet of bitpetite iz 0 LTC

More SCAM websites are coming from same people.
Be careful and spread the crypto world and all your friends.

Katharyn Kells - who "registered" Bitpetite LTD in UK was victim of identity fraud and it was used against her.
More evidence are going to Nigerian scammers.

Here is the list of new websites, looks like same people set them up.
I will update this post, please add in comments, if you know more scam websites:

SCAM: https://bitplay.live/

SCAM: Coinreum.com

https://www.whois.com/whois/bitpetite.com

Their whois is protected by whoisguard.

Whoisguard states on their site:

In case you believe a domain using our service is engaged in abuse or any illegal activity and/or infringes third parties' trademarks (or other rights), please contact support@mail.whoisguard.com and file an abuse report.

Just email whoisguard to find out who these people really are.

Edit: add https://www.whois.com/whois/bitpetile.com to that too, seems to be the same people.

Edit: report bitpetite.com to abuse@enom.com report bitpetile.com to abuse@namecheap.com

Edit: Report them to ICANN too https://forms.icann.org/en/resources/compliance/complaints/whois/inaccuracy-form

Some info on bitpetite wallet transactions:
it does look like they are shifting all the ether to different accounts and exchanging it to btc on various exchanges so that it becomes untraceable.

Check out the transactions from these addresses,

https://etherscan.io/address/0x44de2e2b1f378d51e0d2a2ae5ebe4d427ab955a9

https://etherscan.io/address/0xabd1d088843dc2500f61a702be86c173bd92e42f

https://etherscan.io/address/0x9ef227b929920fbce3c680083ac27240c0cd9ec8

If you have more info on them, please add comment.
If you know, how to track them, please help.

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November 19, 2017, 10:47:24 PM
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Hi,

Did we get any other updates please? Is there anything we can do? I lost 54000$ in bitpetite.
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