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Author Topic: The psychology and the mechanics of a crypto-cheater  (Read 55 times)
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November 12, 2017, 12:16:50 AM

Hi all,

here I am going to show you how a cryptocoin cheaters operate, so you could learn from our experience.

When we were looking for an angel investor, we found on this forum a person who showed interest to support us. This conversation took place on Telegram:

He showed interest in buying our coins and we started to speak about details and negotiate the price. I am going to skeep about 10 pages of this boring talk and go straight the end, where the deal happened:
(despite the discount we offered, he asked even for more discount)
Here is the cheat part, you send first and I will pay later.
And here is where he shows his real face.

So, to recap, what is the mechanics?

1. They will approach you and act like a regular people, even ask a discount.
2. The deal will look great.
3. They will try to gain control over you, buy installing their own rules and trying to make you follow them.
4. If they find an obstacle, they will become aggressive.
5. If you have weak discipline, you will be a victim.

That's it. Be strong, no matter how good the deal is, don't break your own rules!
Have a nice day (or night) everybody.

AfterEther, another Ethereum network
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