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March 11, 2018, 06:51:38 AM
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Hi dev what to do if someone used the email add.of the other person? Because someone used my Gmail account that I used in Btt account . That person used my email to join an AirDrop and bounty.
Thanks Dev I hope you can help me to stop that person Kryssfabro or Kissfr.
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March 11, 2018, 07:19:49 AM
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Hi dev what to do if someone used the email add.of the other person? Because someone used my Gmail account that I used in Btt account . That person used my email to join an AirDrop and bounty.
Thanks Dev I hope you can help me to stop that person Kryssfabro or Kissfr.
I don't know what would be the possible action admin would take.

But to evade the same occurrence, you can hide your email address from the public in profile.

I think if they use your email address it would be possible to claim the airdrop they get involve in.
However it is more time consuming to evaluate the verification rather that to just ignore it.
Also I doubt you would go for it  Roll Eyes
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March 11, 2018, 07:41:50 AM
Last edit: March 11, 2018, 08:07:52 AM by Silent26
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I think using of another's Gmail address is prohibited. Especially if you don't know the person who uses it and no permission from you. If that guy is still using your Gmail address I think you should take action now. Find that guy's account and get its Profile link then try to report it or add the profile link of that person here. So that our admin can take actions to that account easily.

Ps. Good to see you wearing the same signature Sir Cobalt9317  Grin

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March 11, 2018, 08:49:47 AM
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I think using of another's Gmail address is prohibited. Especially if you don't know the person who uses it and no permission from you. If that guy is still using your Gmail address I think you should take action now. Find that guy's account and get its Profile link then try to report it or add the profile link of that person here. So that our admin can take actions to that account easily.

Ps. Good to see you wearing the same signature Sir Cobalt9317  Grin
egalitarian is the subject of the day yesterday, in another word don't call me 'sir' a simple bud or buddy would do.
I refer you to this post to understand more about that subject, and more importantly read the threadWink

P.S I assure you this projects is really important for the future, a doctor that accessible whenever you need, but that seems to be a little of topic, fundamentally speaking please only talk about our signature campaign in our main thread to avoid unnecessary attention.

I was reading some of Jet Cash post and it seems he was interested in investing in Copper, I just doubt how he's going to put that in a safe place if he's going frequently from place to place from time to time.
also you caught my eyes before I was off to beat another boss in the temple of Zelda.
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March 11, 2018, 08:58:27 AM
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I'm not sure I understand this. If they use your email addy to join something, won't they have to confirm tha ddress by clicking a link? If they can't receive the mail, then they can't confirm.

Isn't the easiest option just to write to the airdrop and explain the situation?

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March 11, 2018, 10:27:33 AM
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I'm not sure I understand this. If they use your email addy to join something, won't they have to confirm tha ddress by clicking a link? If they can't receive the mail, then they can't confirm.

Isn't the easiest option just to write to the airdrop and explain the situation?
I'm never participated in a bounty in the altcoin section, but I doubt they even require email verification judging by all the alt accounts trying to get into them. OP, you could report it to the bounty manager and see if they would be willing to verify that you are actually in control of the email and get it sorted that way.

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March 11, 2018, 01:10:29 PM
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I'm not sure I understand this. If they use your email addy to join something, won't they have to confirm tha ddress by clicking a link? If they can't receive the mail, then they can't confirm.

Isn't the easiest option just to write to the airdrop and explain the situation?
sometimes airdrop does not require confirmation to the email we registered, so you should just hide the email address in our account btt from public vision
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March 11, 2018, 02:46:07 PM
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I'm not sure I understand this. If they use your email addy to join something, won't they have to confirm tha ddress by clicking a link? If they can't receive the mail, then they can't confirm.

Isn't the easiest option just to write to the airdrop and explain the situation?
sometimes airdrop does not require confirmation to the email we registered, so you should just hide the email address in our account btt from public vision
Yuph, most of airdrops doesn't need email confirmation. I'm just curious why this guys used Lhian16's email instead of his/her email. If that person doesn't have email then why didn't he/she creates a new one. What's the point of using one person's email by joining those airdrops?
I think using of another's Gmail address is prohibited. Especially if you don't know the person who uses it and no permission from you. If that guy is still using your Gmail address I think you should take action now. Find that guy's account and get its Profile link then try to report it or add the profile link of that person here. So that our admin can take actions to that account easily.

Ps. Good to see you wearing the same signature Sir Cobalt9317  Grin
egalitarian is the subject of the day yesterday, in another word don't call me 'sir' a simple bud or buddy would do.
I refer you to this post to understand more about that subject, and more importantly read the threadWink

P.S I assure you this projects is really important for the future, a doctor that accessible whenever you need, but that seems to be a little of topic, fundamentally speaking please only talk about our signature campaign in our main thread to avoid unnecessary attention.

I was reading some of Jet Cash post and it seems he was interested in investing in Copper, I just doubt how he's going to put that in a safe place if he's going frequently from place to place from time to time.
also you caught my eyes before I was off to beat another boss in the temple of Zelda.
I can't stop myself to call you in that way since I acknowledged and I respect you. Actually I used to call anyone "Sir" except if its a women. That's my way of respecting. But Mr. Jet cash's thread was right too. We are in a egalitarian society. Well, instead of calling you Sir Cobalt9317, starting now, I will just call you Mr. Cobalt9317. How about that?  Grin

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March 11, 2018, 06:45:34 PM
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Hi dev what to do if someone used the email add.of the other person? Because someone used my Gmail account that I used in Btt account . That person used my email to join an AirDrop and bounty.
Thanks Dev I hope you can help me to stop that person Kryssfabro or Kissfr.

You can make that user disqualified is entry. Just tell the devs involved or the manager.

Anyhow I want to answer you directly rather than making a long statement about "if" "do's" and "don't" and asked you some questions.

Can you link me to that concerned thread of yours?

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March 11, 2018, 07:41:08 PM
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as long as your friends notify you of some message or notice given or send by the airdrop group to the email and if you do the same with the email you borrowed or used then I see no problem, cooperation is the key.
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