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January 31, 2018, 07:25:47 AM
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My account suddenly became inaccessible due to a random 2fa issue, been waiting on support for weeks, zero help. Internet and twitter is flooded with folks having similar issues, losing funds, withdrawals and deposits disappearing. People doing good business protect themselves by resolving these issues. One of the drawbacks of crypto being unregulated, low life criminals like hitbtc can come along and straight up steal and we are virtually helpless.
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My account suddenly became inaccessible due to a random 2fa issue, been waiting on support for weeks, zero help. Internet and twitter is flooded with folks having similar issues, losing funds, withdrawals and deposits disappearing. People doing good business protect themselves by resolving these issues. One of the drawbacks of crypto being unregulated, low life criminals like hitbtc can come along and straight up steal and we are virtually helpless.

Yes, there have been so many HitBTC scam accusations that I can't keep track of them all.

However, what good does it do complaining if you're not going to supply any proof of what has happened? Please make sure that you are supplying any relevant screenshots or proof of what's happened, otherwise we can't see what's happening.

e.g. what 2fa issue was it? Were they not delivering the 2fa message to your email/mobile phone, or was it something else?



BTW, HitBTC already has a negative trust for shady pasts. I personally would not trust them with my bitcoins.

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January 31, 2018, 12:33:00 PM
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My account suddenly became inaccessible due to a random 2fa issue, been waiting on support for weeks, zero help. Internet and twitter is flooded with folks having similar issues, losing funds, withdrawals and deposits disappearing. People doing good business protect themselves by resolving these issues. One of the drawbacks of crypto being unregulated, low life criminals like hitbtc can come along and straight up steal and we are virtually helpless.

Yes, there have been so many HitBTC scam accusations that I can't keep track of them all.

However, what good does it do complaining if you're not going to supply any proof of what has happened? Please make sure that you are supplying any relevant screenshots or proof of what's happened, otherwise we can't see what's happening.

e.g. what 2fa issue was it? Were they not delivering the 2fa message to your email/mobile phone, or was it something else?



BTW, HitBTC already has a negative trust for shady pasts. I personally would not trust them with my bitcoins.

I can give a screenshot of the 2fa being rejected, not sure how else to prove it. The point in “complaining” is to warn others. Isn’t that the point of this thread section?

As for the 2fa, it just stopped working one day, telling me I was entering the wrong code. It worked fine before. Even the back up code doesn’t work. I sent them all the required proof to show it was really me trying to get it reset. Nothing. I just want it reset so I can withdraw.

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February 04, 2018, 04:12:16 PM
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Stayaway from this HITBIC, scammer 100% !
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March 31, 2018, 01:13:51 PM
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Those support solves problems, if they exist. (checked, I myself had problems with the transaction and after a while the problem was solved). I hope you will have the same!
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