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November 17, 2017, 01:45:27 AM
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Never click on @Dolphin123's link. This scammer will send you a message saying he replied to one of your post with a bitcointalk link. If you click that link, you gonna get redirected on other website where you will need to login to "your BCT" account. Of course, he will get your informations.

Here is some information about this bitch.

https://imgur.com/a/dLkn1
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November 17, 2017, 05:04:54 PM
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If you haven't yet, report the PM to an admin so the user can be banned.

Do NOT trade with this account - it is less secure than my normal account.
For any inquires, I'd prefer if you PMed my normal account (DarkStar_) for a faster response.
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November 17, 2017, 11:48:17 PM
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Never click on @Dolphin123's link. This scammer will send you a message saying he replied to one of your post with a bitcointalk link. If you click that link, you gonna get redirected on other website where you will need to login to "your BCT" account. Of course, he will get your informations.

Here is some information about this bitch.



Leave a link to his profile so that people know which guy you're talking about. Also how did you get that information? Any proof that it is actually him and not just some random guy in Indonesia or even a hacker of his account?

These links are really spreading fast.

Always hover over the link before you click it, to see the actual URL that you will be directed to.

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November 18, 2017, 03:51:25 AM
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Never click on @Dolphin123's link. This scammer will send you a message saying he replied to one of your post with a bitcointalk link. If you click that link, you gonna get redirected on other website where you will need to login to "your BCT" account. Of course, he will get your informations.

Here is some information about this bitch.



Was it something along the lines of Hi, x, i've replied to you, and then with a link to myrippleaddress which is actually a phishing site of bitcointalk? If yes then you're definitely not the only one that is receiving this.

If you receive a PM from a stranger, don't easily trust that their URLs are legit. Especially when all of a sudden you see an exact same site as bitcointalk, except asking you to enter your password in again.














 

 

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November 18, 2017, 10:19:15 PM
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Never click on @Dolphin123's link. This scammer will send you a message saying he replied to one of your post with a bitcointalk link. If you click that link, you gonna get redirected on other website where you will need to login to "your BCT" account. Of course, he will get your informations.

Here is some information about this bitch.

https://imgur.com/a/dLkn1

Leave a link to his profile so that people know which guy you're talking about. Also how did you get that information? Any proof that it is actually him and not just some random guy in Indonesia or even a hacker of his account?

These links are really spreading fast.

Always hover over the link before you click it, to see the actual URL that you will be directed to.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1131713

I responded to his PM with a link that redirected him and collected infos about his connexion. He did click on this link lol
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November 26, 2017, 11:26:37 AM
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How did you get that scammer address? Did you just check out DNS of that fishy link?

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December 04, 2017, 01:11:31 PM
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Kindly give or provide a link here so we could avoid getting at that site you are talking about. How does he send a link to you through spamming or continous message on your account. I mean could you be rather be more specific sir because if you want to accuse or blame you have to provide full detailed information.
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December 22, 2017, 12:47:28 PM
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Kindly give or provide a link here so we could avoid getting at that site you are talking about. How does he send a link to you through spamming or continous message on your account. I mean could you be rather be more specific sir because if you want to accuse or blame you have to provide full detailed information.

Yeah, we should know that malicious links, i also received spamming from a two brandnew accounts and also from a full member. They have also containing links but i don't give attention to that. Nice to give awareness for our safety.

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