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March 05, 2018, 05:05:34 AM
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I think there needs to be a serious discussion regarding aTriz's very shady business dealings:

Vouch of fake gambling "script":

aTriz claimed to have received a "vouch" copy of a gambling "script" that was being sold for over $10,000 by someone who has recently been exposed as a scammer:

Was given a vouch copy of the method by op and played around with in with funds from the faucet.

With the 10 minutes I used this script with, I profited and worked perfectly. Would recommend.

I made an extremely good ROI, and I’m sure that others who buy the method will experience similar results. Thanks, Alia!
archive of the above quote that is unedited as of prior to when the person who was selling this script was exposed as being a scammer.

Claims by the seller included "you cannot go wrong with it" and "is also able to indicate, in a way, the coming games' outcomes based on immediately preceding games", among others, which were debunked prior to aTriz posting his "vouch" (same reference).

I would speculate that either aTriz did not receive the script being sold in the referenced thread, and/or aTriz did not perform sufficient due diligence prior to posting his 'vouch' and/or received undisclosed consideration in exchange for the 'vouch' and/or there were other conflicts of interests in giving this 'vouch' and/or was actively conspiring with the seller of this script in order to defraud potential buyers



Entering into shady 'custom' signature campaign deals:
aTriz confirmed the terms of a signature deal with a person, who at the time has claimed to be a forum member for less than 30 days, that was for a duration of 3 years. The terms of this deal were that this person was going to receive payment in the amount of roughly $300 per month in exchange for '30-100' posts per month. The lower bound of the cost per post of the agreement was above the upper bound of signature campaign rates currently available to legendary members currently on an effective per post basis.

aTriz entered into this agreement with the same person he 'vouched' for above.

I believe a best case scenario is that aTriz is a very poor businessman and poor negotiator, although I believe it is very well possible that something much more shady was going on in relation to this deal.




Managing advertising campaign of probable ICO scam:
aTriz managed the advertising campaign of what I believe to be a shady ICO, called Ice Rock Mining, and given gives this as a reference of his past work.

If you look at their website, you will see they are promising that investors in their ICO will earn more than 400% return on their investment. Although this is unlikely, it is possible those behind the ICO are very good managers, and are very generous. However if you look at various archives, you will see the calculator currently lists potential returns over 3 years (which is also displayed on the live version of the website), however the FAQ section of an archive from October 2017 talks about two year contracts. The pre-sale of the ICO apparently started September 25, 2017.

To me, this is something that was fairly clearly a scam for a number of reasons, however aTriz nevertheless managed the advertising campaign of this ICO, yet aTriz did nothing to call this out to warn potential investors. I would speculate that aTriz either was personally involved in this likely scam, and/or deliberately turned a blind eye to this probable scam because of this business relationship and/or attempted to legitimize this probable scam as a result of his business relationship (and of course the payments he was receiving).


Based on the above, I believe it is likely that 'trust' from aTriz is likely for sale, either directly via trust ratings, or from other actions that appear to make other entities look more trustworthy than they are.




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March 06, 2018, 12:22:40 AM
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How you dare to say that 400% ROI a year is a fraud? I know Atriz is honest and 400% is very reasonable sir. Please don't you dare accuse him. By the way, Atriz, do you have some ref links of this ice rock campaign you've managed?
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March 06, 2018, 12:30:12 AM
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Quickscammer is apparently bored and not getting enough attention on all his other scammy threads accusing people of bullshit. Just ignore the troll.

PS - Fuck you quickscammer, and your butt-buddy OG...  Grin
lol. You are also apparently bored to put some bs of Og in your signature haha.
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March 06, 2018, 12:46:02 AM
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Quickscammer is apparently bored and not getting enough attention on all his other scammy threads accusing people of bullshit. Just ignore the troll.

PS - Fuck you quickscammer, and your butt-buddy OG...  Grin
lol. You are also apparently bored to put some bs of Og in your signature haha.

LOL.. You have no fucking clue, so, Fuck off moron....  Grin

Edit - just another idiot all mad that lauda tagged you, eh? Must be fun being so butthurt about that! Cheesy

Its so surprised to see one of Laudas dead horse, still trying to lick its small butthole Smiley You such a good slave... Common puppy, write some more!
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March 06, 2018, 12:51:45 AM
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How you dare to say that 400% ROI a year is a fraud? I know Atriz is honest and 400% is very reasonable sir. Please don't you dare accuse him. By the way, Atriz, do you have some ref links of this ice rock campaign you've managed?
It doesn't look like there were any referral links in any of the signatures, although this doesn't mean participants didn't put any in.

I would also point out that the Ice Rock signatures were very clearly misleading by saying that it is the 'most profitable' mining Roll Eyes

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March 06, 2018, 02:23:19 AM
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How you dare to say that 400% ROI a year is a fraud? I know Atriz is honest and 400% is very reasonable sir. Please don't you dare accuse him. By the way, Atriz, do you have some ref links of this ice rock campaign you've managed?
It doesn't look like there were any referral links in any of the signatures, although this doesn't mean participants didn't put any in.

I would also point out that the Ice Rock signatures were very clearly misleading by saying that it is the 'most profitable' mining Roll Eyes
I am just being ironic.
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March 06, 2018, 02:24:46 AM
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How you dare to say that 400% ROI a year is a fraud? I know Atriz is honest and 400% is very reasonable sir. Please don't you dare accuse him. By the way, Atriz, do you have some ref links of this ice rock campaign you've managed?
It doesn't look like there were any referral links in any of the signatures, although this doesn't mean participants didn't put any in.

I would also point out that the Ice Rock signatures were very clearly misleading by saying that it is the 'most profitable' mining Roll Eyes
I am just being ironic.
sarcastic, but I know.

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March 06, 2018, 09:01:00 AM
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This Guy runs many ponzi or atleast support scam projects just for money.

Example: chrysoscoin.com ( A typical bitconnect or regal coin )

Just look at the Chrysos coin investment slab  Shocked



He Helped the scums to make announcement here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2699081

He helped them to run a rip off bounty in which no one was ever paid : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2699148

He ran ICE rock mining campaign in which more than 1k tokens he hoarded for himself. Wink

If anyone else would had done at least any of the above part they would be red trusted, but this tard roams free and PM project CEO that he can help in spreading their words here.




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March 06, 2018, 12:25:39 PM
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This man is a fucking scammer, he broke a 3-year contract with me when he had no right to do so. Me getting negged was not involved as a clause in the contract whatsoever. Do not trust a word he says
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March 06, 2018, 01:29:06 PM
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This Guy runs many ponzi or atleast support scam projects just for money.

Example: chrysoscoin.com ( A typical bitconnect or regal coin )

Just look at the Chrysos coin investment slab  Shocked



He Helped the scums to make announcement here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2699081

He helped them to run a rip off bounty in which no one was ever paid : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2699148

He ran ICE rock mining campaign in which more than 1k tokens he hoarded for himself. Wink

If anyone else would had done at least any of the above part they would be red trusted, but this tard roams free and PM project CEO that he can help in spreading their words here.





Interestingly enough, he appears to be the only one behind that project.

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This Guy runs many ponzi or atleast support scam projects just for money.

Example: chrysoscoin.com ( A typical bitconnect or regal coin )

Just look at the Chrysos coin investment slab  Shocked



He Helped the scums to make announcement here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2699081

He helped them to run a rip off bounty in which no one was ever paid : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2699148

He ran ICE rock mining campaign in which more than 1k tokens he hoarded for himself. Wink

If anyone else would had done at least any of the above part they would be red trusted, but this tard roams free and PM project CEO that he can help in spreading their words here.





Interestingly enough, he appears to be the only one behind that project.
One more interesting thing is that Atriz just edited his scam project post after i exposed that here.
Atriz and his scam team that consists of a so called trusted escrow, some red rags toddler and a solidity developer.
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This man is a fucking scammer, he broke a 3-year contract with me when he had no right to do so. Me getting negged was not involved as a clause in the contract whatsoever. Do not trust a word he says

Your contract was prepaid for 5 months and he had no way of breaking it until that time elapsed. He even allowed you to not wear the signature so you basically got the money without even doing what you originally agreed to. You decided to end the contract once you figured out that you won't be able to become Legendary.

Now regarding the script - I would like to see it. I don't think aTriz could be bound by any NDA with a known scammer but there was a threat or an attempt of extortion, something QS claims to be an expert of. If nothing else I'd like to see how he twists himself into a pretzel trying to downplay it here. But mainly I would like to see aTriz post the script or explain why he can't do it.
Mr suchmoon please read my previous posts in this thread.
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This man is a fucking scammer, he broke a 3-year contract with me when he had no right to do so. Me getting negged was not involved as a clause in the contract whatsoever. Do not trust a word he says

Your contract was prepaid for 5 months and he had no way of breaking it until that time elapsed. He even allowed you to not wear the signature so you basically got the money without even doing what you originally agreed to. You decided to end the contract once you figured out that you won't be able to become Legendary.
Id appreciate it if you (and everything else) keep the discussion away from Alia. I allowed her to respond once and will delete further posts from her, so talking about her will be unfair because she cannot respond. Also it is fairly well established she is a scammer and nothing she says is going to change many minds, and she can post in othervthreads about her.

I don’t want her posting here because she is good at derailing conversations intended to be about others and about other things.

If this gets too off topic (away from aTriz) then I will be more agressive about deleting posts.

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March 06, 2018, 09:24:49 PM
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This man is a fucking scammer, he broke a 3-year contract with me when he had no right to do so. Me getting negged was not involved as a clause in the contract whatsoever. Do not trust a word he says

Your contract was prepaid for 5 months and he had no way of breaking it until that time elapsed. He even allowed you to not wear the signature so you basically got the money without even doing what you originally agreed to. You decided to end the contract once you figured out that you won't be able to become Legendary.
Id appreciate it if you (and everything else) keep the discussion away from Alia. I allowed her to respond once and will delete further posts from her, so talking about her will be unfair because she cannot respond. Also it is fairly well established she is a scammer and nothing she says is going to change many minds, and she can post in othervthreads about her.

I don’t want her posting here because she is good at derailing conversations intended to be about others and about other things.

If this gets too off topic (away from aTriz) then I will be more agressive about deleting posts.

How is the signature contract not about aTriz?

I'll make this easy for you. I'll delete my post and you can stew here with your alts. You painted yourself so deep in the corner that nobody wants to discuss anything with you and you're now creating alternate reality with self-moderated threads.

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March 07, 2018, 07:53:31 AM
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This man is a fucking scammer, he broke a 3-year contract with me when he had no right to do so. Me getting negged was not involved as a clause in the contract whatsoever. Do not trust a word he says

Your contract was prepaid for 5 months and he had no way of breaking it until that time elapsed. He even allowed you to not wear the signature so you basically got the money without even doing what you originally agreed to. You decided to end the contract once you figured out that you won't be able to become Legendary.
Id appreciate it if you (and everything else) keep the discussion away from Alia. I allowed her to respond once and will delete further posts from her, so talking about her will be unfair because she cannot respond. Also it is fairly well established she is a scammer and nothing she says is going to change many minds, and she can post in othervthreads about her.

I don’t want her posting here because she is good at derailing conversations intended to be about others and about other things.

If this gets too off topic (away from aTriz) then I will be more agressive about deleting posts.

How is the signature contract not about aTriz?

I'll make this easy for you. I'll delete my post and you can stew here with your alts. You painted yourself so deep in the corner that nobody wants to discuss anything with you and you're now creating alternate reality with self-moderated threads.
What I quoted was specifically talking about the contract in the context of alia, and not aTriz (and your statement is not even accurate, aTriz indicated he would no longer make payments under the contract, and alia subsequently refunded what aTriz paid, per their respective claims).

The termination of the contract was specifically not mentioned in the OP, and you know very well the discussion thereof distracted from very real questions about aTriz previously, that no one ever pushed answers for.

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March 07, 2018, 01:56:46 PM
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What I quoted was specifically talking about the contract in the context of alia, and not aTriz (and your statement is not even accurate, aTriz indicated he would no longer make payments under the contract, and alia subsequently refunded what aTriz paid, per their respective claims).

The termination of the contract was specifically not mentioned in the OP, and you know very well the discussion thereof distracted from very real questions about aTriz previously, that no one ever pushed answers for.

If only things mentioned in the OP are allowed to be posted then just lock the thread and be done with it. There is nothing anybody else can add.

But thanks for reminding that no one should ever expect you to be reasonable once you start off one of your vendettas. Good luck. Send my regards to Panthers52.

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Hilariousanco left Atriz a Positive trust after few days he removed it for some unknow reason  , I dont see how Atriz can receive a neg trust from a DT on this forum because most DT members and Mod wear his signature.




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April 03, 2018, 05:50:08 PM
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I keep seeing aTriz linked to more and more scams around here...

Any idea how many ICO scams aTriz has announced or how many of his managed signature campaigns ended up being for scam ICOs?

This one appears to be the latest:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2697915.0

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I keep seeing aTriz linked to more and more scams around here...

Any idea how many ICO scams aTriz has announced or how many of his managed signature campaigns ended up being for scam ICOs?

This one appears to be the latest:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2697915.0
This is another scam ICO https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2619311.0

I think we need to check his latest topics and findout how many he is running

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I keep seeing aTriz linked to more and more scams around here...

Any idea how many ICO scams aTriz has announced or how many of his managed signature campaigns ended up being for scam ICOs?

This one appears to be the latest:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2697915.0

This is another scam ICO https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2619311.0

I think we need to check his latest topics and findout how many he is running

I'm not sure who distanced themselves from who as a new thread was started, but this is another popcorn worthy ICO that was originally announced by aTriz:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2196082.0

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