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Mamoot
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March 01, 2018, 11:03:41 AM
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In the last months there were many stories shared on Bitcoin forums about funds stolen from Coinbase accounts. This concerns anyone who is a Coinbase user or anyone who had been a Coinbase user and closed their account since.

We are a group of former Coinbase users who are victims of such thefts. Every time the theft occurs, Coinbase would apologize, blame the user, stop communicating, and do nothing to help recover the stolen funds.

There is proof that many of the thefts happened because of Coinbase negligence in securing user accounts. We have lawyers working on this case and we are reaching out to all Coinbase users who had Bitcoins stolen from their accounts.

If you lost if you know anyone who lost their Bitcoins on Coinbase, please reply to this post or email coinbase.thefts@gmail.com

Together we might be able to recover all or at least some of the stolen Bitcoins.


OK Sir thank you for the information, may be useful for all, and I will share this information to colleagues who lost too
her recover soon. for to email coinbase.thefts@gmail.com
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March 01, 2018, 11:35:17 AM
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thank you very much for the information! probably every second there was hurt!
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March 01, 2018, 08:24:27 PM
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So looks like it was a phishing attack. It is very sad no matter what happened.
Can exchange secure our investment and how much would that cost us as users?
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