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December 03, 2017, 11:14:54 AM
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I transfer 2 LTC since I trusted Bitcoin Forum users and most of them are scammers.

I have lost more than 8 LTC today because of scammer.

the two scammers were not bad because they at least told me they are scammer and they were not going to pay me back.

The last scammer is worse than ever. made me spend more than 6 hours and just went away.

I post this mail. I hope no one do Bitcoin trade or cryptocurrency trade.

I finally figure out why Paypal is the best payment. BTC payment has no protection.

I am so much sad that crypto scammers make the crypto world worse.

   usa miner <usaminer2018@outlook.com>

watch him and never trade with crypto. 

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December 04, 2017, 02:33:17 AM
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If you are legit trying to get people knowledge and protect them from a scam, you will have to actually tell people what happened.
There isnt enough info in your post to do anything with.
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December 04, 2017, 02:40:08 AM
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so wait...

Had he sent you the btc you asked for, the collateral was worthless, and you would have kept the coins you borrowed and said yea, he is legit?

Or do you say, oh yea, this guy is legit and send back the money with interest as agreed?

I am thinking if it quacks like a duck, walks like a duck... you get it right?


As for the thread title, this thread should be deleted as there is no reason for the religious crap at all.
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