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ilRena
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January 19, 2018, 04:40:13 PM
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Hi, for a long period I've been seeing a lot of videos on YouTube of people selling FAKE scripts that promise you will earn a lot of bitcoins in 1 day (ridicolous).
I also know that there's so many people falling at this trouble, also friends of mine.

Is there a way we can report them? Like FBI or police, I don't know...

Please, help. Thanks.
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January 19, 2018, 05:58:02 PM
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No, there's not. If you can comment, let a negative feedback, but otherwise there's no way to report those videos to authorities as far as they don't violate the law (no porn, violence or things that would be illegal to broadcast).
These YouTube are like scammers here on this forum, never banned. Each one has to think before buying any script, and ask this simple question : why the seller needs to sell you a script if his method gives him already a lot of money?

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January 20, 2018, 04:06:44 AM
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Hi, for a long period I've been seeing a lot of videos on YouTube of people selling FAKE scripts that promise you will earn a lot of bitcoins in 1 day (ridicolous).
I also know that there's so many people falling at this trouble, also friends of mine.

Is there a way we can report them? Like FBI or police, I don't know...

Please, help. Thanks.

If anyone actually gets scammed by one of these things they deserve to. It's pure greed and it shows that they are comfortable with scamming the site essentially(since they think that the software is legit) and pocketing the money as their own.

Any kind of script or method you see on youtube that promises you guaranteed returns, are fake. Period.

These scripts will only withdraw your coins, scam you out of your "subscription fee" or a combination of both. Or it could be a virus that will infect your entire computer. None of these scripts are real, otherwise why would the creator of the script even sell it to the public? And why isn't freebitco.in doing something about it?

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