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December 07, 2017, 03:13:42 PM
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Good afternoon,
I am one of the founders of the coin that is traded on their stock exchange, 4 days ago the Yobit exchange blocked my account. The official and only answer I received is: The account is blocked for spam of micro-orders and system overload.
The rules do not, and why they blocked me, they do not answer me.
Twelve tickets were created and not one-time personal messages were written to the admins on the exchange. No answer. Before the lock on my account was equivalent to 1.5 btc.
I hope I'm in vain panicky ahead of time and yet I'll get an answer from them to tickets or mail
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December 07, 2017, 06:55:13 PM
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There have been many warnings here about using Yobit and a search engine query would throw up the same reports. It sounds like you were doing something suspicious, like creating fake transaction traffic on a listed coin. If that is the case then don't expect to get anything back.

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December 07, 2017, 07:10:49 PM
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IDK about what you did exactly and not sure if spamming with micro orders is banned in other  exchanges too
haven't heard about other guys getting banned for that reason , anyways when you opened your ticket ?? cause you only mentioned that you have 12 tickets ( which is not so good )

maybe they will send you the money in the future , but they already have a red tag
personally never got a single problem with yobit , but I only use them with the top volume coins and never spammed micro orders

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December 08, 2017, 02:50:42 AM
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I did not do anything illegal, the official rules of the stock exchange I did not violate. All my transactions are clean. Created 12 tickets, because there are no answers and I worry about my money.
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December 08, 2017, 08:19:49 PM
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Receive that there is a danger of losing funds from any user.
We are waiting for a response from the representatives of the exchange.
This is very worrying.
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December 08, 2017, 08:36:44 PM
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Thanks guys for the support
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December 08, 2017, 08:38:40 PM
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Unfortunately come across such topics.
www.stopkrymov.com/news/ostorogno-birga-yobit-aktivno-prodvigaetsya-na-forume-pavla-krimova
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December 08, 2017, 09:42:51 PM
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Good afternoon,
I am one of the founders of the coin that is traded on their stock exchange, 4 days ago the Yobit exchange blocked my account. The official and only answer I received is: The account is blocked for spam of micro-orders and system overload.
The rules do not, and why they blocked me, they do not answer me.
Twelve tickets were created and not one-time personal messages were written to the admins on the exchange. No answer. Before the lock on my account was equivalent to 1.5 bts.
I hope I'm in vain panicky ahead of time and yet I'll get an answer from them to tickets or mail

1.5 BTS or 1.5 BTC? Because BTS is obviously worth a lot less and i doubt you'd be this worried, and if it's BTC then it's worth a lot more for sure.

What did you even do to trigger the ban? they say that it's because of spamming microorders but i really doubt that they have that clause written anywhere in their terms and conditions(i could be wrong, though). And as long as you executed orders that were above their minimum, how can they possibly say that you were the one at fault here?

Seems bullshit and a way to selectively scam someone out of their money to me.

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December 09, 2017, 05:15:55 AM
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December 09, 2017, 06:01:52 AM
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Good afternoon,
I am one of the founders of the coin that is traded on their stock exchange, 4 days ago the Yobit exchange blocked my account. The official and only answer I received is: The account is blocked for spam of micro-orders and system overload.
The rules do not, and why they blocked me, they do not answer me.
Twelve tickets were created and not one-time personal messages were written to the admins on the exchange. No answer. Before the lock on my account was equivalent to 1.5 btc.
I hope I'm in vain panicky ahead of time and yet I'll get an answer from them to tickets or mail

You're a founder of an altcoin that is traded on yobit? Probably pump and dump as well.

Anyways... Did they offer any explanation on how you were "overloading" the system? Even if you're doing really small orders, it's still above their limit and they never said anything about not being able to do legal small orders when you signed up, so they really have no basis to ban you.

Even if they do ban you, they should return your money. You'll probably never use their exchange again anyways.

Take this as a lesson, if you are the dev of a coin then listing your coin and trading it on yobit is the worst thing you can do. And you have to pay for it too.

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December 09, 2017, 08:22:58 PM
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Why do people continue to use this exchange for trading and storage? Yobit's risky practice of locking accounts and coins is well-documented here. Sending coins to Yobit is playing a risky dice, almost always in favor of the exchange keeping the coins.

For those who ignore the countless scam reports, I can suggest a few charities who accept bitcoins for a good cause. You would be doing this planet a greater favor by donating your coins to them. It's the exact same thing. When you send coins to Yobit's hot wallet you are donating your coins to this exchange.

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December 10, 2017, 09:32:43 AM
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Why do people continue to use this exchange for trading and storage? Yobit's risky practice of locking accounts and coins is well-documented here. Sending coins to Yobit is playing a risky dice, almost always in favor of the exchange keeping the coins.

For those who ignore the countless scam reports, I can suggest a few charities who accept bitcoins for a good cause. You would be doing this planet a greater favor by donating your coins to them. It's the exact same thing. When you send coins to Yobit's hot wallet you are donating your coins to this exchange.

Agreed. And since OP has confirmed that it's 1.5 BTC it's a huge amount of BTC to be trusting a random exchange in Russia(or is it even located there, now) that has an absolutely dreadful reputation of being consistently the worst place to trade your coins and has consistently the worst customer support out there.

Even though i'm sure you did nothing wrong, you should have been informed on yobit's shady activities.

Their environment basically is completely toxic, the entire exchange relies on pump and dump coins to operate and wallets are in constant maintenance mode. People's money is stuck in every way you can imagine. OP, if you don't get your money back or even if you do, learn your lesson and don't return with a new account.

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December 10, 2017, 01:02:19 PM
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Why do people continue to use this exchange for trading and storage? Yobit's risky practice of locking accounts and coins is well-documented here. Sending coins to Yobit is playing a risky dice, almost always in favor of the exchange keeping the coins.

For those who ignore the countless scam reports, I can suggest a few charities who accept bitcoins for a good cause. You would be doing this planet a greater favor by donating your coins to them. It's the exact same thing. When you send coins to Yobit's hot wallet you are donating your coins to this exchange.

Agreed. And since OP has confirmed that it's 1.5 BTC it's a huge amount of BTC to be trusting a random exchange in Russia(or is it even located there, now) that has an absolutely dreadful reputation of being consistently the worst place to trade your coins and has consistently the worst customer support out there.

Even though i'm sure you did nothing wrong, you should have been informed on yobit's shady activities.

Their environment basically is completely toxic, the entire exchange relies on pump and dump coins to operate and wallets are in constant maintenance mode. People's money is stuck in every way you can imagine. OP, if you don't get your money back or even if you do, learn your lesson and don't return with a new account.

TBH bitcointalk have allowed this scam exchange to to rip-off forum members for far too long. I have been warning users about this exchange since they scammed me many, many months ago - & I'm not the only one. Over the last few weeks Yoshit have been flooding their thread with fake noob comments from literally hundreds of shill accounts - even posting in Russian, even though it's the English thread, in an effort to hide the hundreds of complaints about them.

It is simply a 100% scam.

It's about time BCT moderators put a stop to Yoshit & their scammy activities by locking their thread for good & not allowing them to advertise on BCT ever again. By doing nothing BCT is actively helping promote this scam - it's got to stop.

Do not trust Yobit scam exchange or shady ICO's run by known scam companies like HashCoins - they WILL steal from you:
https://translate.google.com/translate?u=https://bitnovosti.com/2017/06/28/stop-this-for-bitcoins-sake/
Always research & use due diligence before investing. If your questions aren't answered - don't touch it.
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