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January 16, 2018, 08:43:59 PM
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So Cryptopia delisted DCN without notifying me in email and so I contacted Cryptopia customer service and after a week they have completedly ignored me and my ticket.

Frustrated, I began googling for the phone number of Cryptopia customer service. I quickly found the customer service number, or so I thought.

I call the number and it is an Indian man with a thick accent telling me he is Cryptopia customer service. He tells me to get my coins back I must go to a certain website. I click it and it enables him to move the mouse around and access my screen. I am getting creeped out so I make an excuse to leave. Basically afterwards I used 4 different anti virus to wipe my system, because stupid Microsoft is retarded and disables System Restore as default, because they are idiots, so I had no System Restore points to use.

Basically, this was not Cryptopia customer support at all, they have no customer support. Basically it is this indian dude pretending to be customer support of all the major exchanges. I know for a fact he is lying because he told me he would email me the steps of what I was supposed to do, and he never did.

Beware of this guy and don't ever google for customer support numbers.
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January 19, 2018, 06:01:37 AM
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We must have anxiety about that problem
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January 19, 2018, 07:24:58 AM
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Which is why you must apply the think and researched first before you click because there are lot's of various danger out there in our internet world today scammers are active all over the globe, hackers and viruses are easily spreading and getting access on your devices which is why we make sure we make a lot of protection and backup. And always prepare for a contigency plan.

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