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December 27, 2017, 10:00:33 AM
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I spent only 1 week, but sudenly i did not recieved my btc deposit to they walet, on suport after i told them it was 6+ confirmed that transaction was ok, they told me don worry your money is safe

i think they just pull the rods up and walking away
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December 27, 2017, 07:23:03 PM
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Never heard of them but quick search on google shows that multiple people have had unresolved issues with this company. Do your research before using any service.
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January 14, 2018, 10:03:20 PM
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well they paid me this , but they paid me a bit more, and what i found out, i made transaction from 2 wallet from mining company, and they sent both amount in one transaction, so probably that was confusing, so fa they not scamming and bringing good profit
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well they paid me this , but they paid me a bit more, and what i found out, i made transaction from 2 wallet from mining company, and they sent both amount in one transaction, so probably that was confusing, so fa they not scamming and bringing good profit

When I read your thread and went to see the site, I remembered the  BitConnect ( ponzi site ) and went to do a quick search and found this:

Registrar Data Make Private

Registrant Contact Information:

Name: Matt Blunt
Organization: Octoin Limited
Address: 90 Long Acre
City: London
State/Province: London
Postal Code: WC2E 9RZ
Country: GB
Phone: +44.7865776240

This is the document they post on their site, but even in a poor country like my country ask for licenses. I do not believe that a country developed like England does not ask for documents for someone to open an investment and mining company

has this review:


Octoin Conclusion

Octoin is an unusual website. The site appears to be legitimate at first glance. It seems to offer legitimate market information and cryptocurrency analysis. However, there are some unusual things about the website – like a lack of transparency around the mining operations, and no transparency over who’s behind the company or why they’re qualified to handle your money.

The company also advertises investments that pay guaranteed returns of 30% or more per month (1% or more per day). Obviously, scams like Bitconnect are notorious for promoting investment packages like this – despite the fact that few people are ever able to withdraw their money from the platform.

You may want to wait for more information about Octoin to come out online. Right now, most of the information we can find online or at the official website is written in broken English, or is poorly explained.

The information we do see online makes it seem like Octoin is more of a pyramid scheme or investment scam than a legitimate investment opportunity. Unless Octoin’s team releases more information about itself and its business model, we’re led to assume that it’s another cryptocurrency investment scam.

Are points that lead us to believe that this site is a ponzi site




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