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November 04, 2017, 01:24:13 PM
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Last night as i was trying unsuccessfully to reach BitBase everything was fine,
this morning I find that BTBc has STOLEN my 879 Coins.

They were in the Pending, Now they are Gone and they were not delivered
to my external wallet at CoinExchange as directed. Rather they were placed
on hold by Admin and now they have been stolen.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DNv0nGPVwAA7zT8.jpg

I have never received a single support response from BTBc.

I asked them to send me an email from a back-up account to see
if i can receive that to my email provider, - Nothing from Admin.

Brother & Sisters of Crypto, Please encourage BTBc to return the Tokens
which i purchased during the ICO and which they have STOLEN.

I can provide any proof as needed, they just stole my Investment - 879 Tokens.

Thank you.
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November 04, 2017, 02:53:44 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZDytN9TFQ0

I tried to summarize the situation as best as i could.

If this link to my video is not allowed, i will gladly delete it,
I am still learning the rules as I am new obviously.

But I need help reaching this think headed Support at BitBase,
I've found Zero Support up to this point. Nothing I do
has any effect on them to acknowledge me.

PEACE
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November 04, 2017, 03:09:36 PM
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Sometimes pending transactions just fail ... orphaned block or glitch ... and get returned to the sender.  Have you looked at those possibilities?  It's good you notified them, but too soon to call it stealing, since you haven't given them much of a chance to resend.

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November 04, 2017, 03:22:54 PM
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Sometimes pending transactions just fail ... orphaned block or glitch ... and get returned to the sender.  Have you looked at those possibilities?  It's good you notified them, but too soon to call it stealing, since you haven't given them much of a chance to resend.

I did not know that, I just figured the Block-Chain is the Truth,
but if you watched my video,
there is no SENT, No Pending, , No TXID Nothing,
the record is just GONE.
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZDytN9TFQ0
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November 04, 2017, 04:02:45 PM
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Sometimes pending transactions just fail ... orphaned block or glitch ... and get returned to the sender.  Have you looked at those possibilities?  It's good you notified them, but too soon to call it stealing, since you haven't given them much of a chance to resend.

I did not know that, I just figured the Block-Chain is the Truth,
but if you watched my video,
there is no SENT, No Pending, , No TXID Nothing,
the record is just GONE.
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZDytN9TFQ0

Ok ... that's different, when you said it was "pending", that means to me it was attempted to be sent, but for some reason did not confirm in the blockchain (i.e. "stuck in pending").  If it was only marked pending on their website, then that is different than pending in the blockchain.  Yeah.  If there is no TXID, then that is a bigger problem.

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