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April 11, 2018, 07:53:20 PM
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Many YouTube viewers know this really remarkable channel.
I contacted this charming male YouTuber being an adviser of one remarkable ICO-project.
I do not remember exactly who of my friends gave me his Teleghram address (@cryptolark_channel)
and I started talking with him.
Now I am doubting whether this address is fake or not! The fact is that the owner of it agreed to make
a very short ICO-review for  200$ in ETH and 100$ in our tokens.
Some days after our money transfer he wrote to me:

Your Video is in progress it will be ready in 2days Max

However there's a better video quality and concept that as never been used by any other youtuber,We will be covering more areas and we have big investor channel so your video will spread to more places and have views.

I won't charging much but you are going to add up 0.5eth to your previous payment,am 100% positive about the view to be a massive success to the ico.

My previous video review project I did for other ico was a success because they followed my advice and I give them the best of my work and they are always grateful to work with me

Because my aim is to make your ico popular I already begin with the new and better concept

I work to give the best so I can promote my work and make your ico available for delightful investors

However I want you to bear in mind that you'll be paying a balance of 0.5 ETH to the same Address to continue with the Video review.

Does it look like an attempt to extort money from a humble start-up?

Does anybody contacted this Tlg address - I mean it belongs to the real CryptoLark?
Or this is a fake?
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April 12, 2018, 08:09:15 AM
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You should very wary of any channels that ask you to pay money before proceeding. There are a lot of shady people and scammers out there which is why I never take advice from any of these online crypto personalities. I always do my research myself before investing in any project no matter what people say and you should do the same.


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April 12, 2018, 02:15:32 PM
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You should very wary of any channels that ask you to pay money before proceeding. There are a lot of shady people and scammers out there which is why I never take advice from any of these online crypto personalities. I always do my research myself before investing in any project no matter what people say and you should do the same.
Thank you.
So the only thing I need to know is:
Does Telegram address "@cryptolark_channel" belong to a scammer?
Or the real CryptoLark team is extorting extra money from our ICO-project?
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April 12, 2018, 02:31:24 PM
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nobody goes on Youtube, Medium, Twitter, Facebook, Telegram,... and create contents regarding investment in cryptocurrencies (including ICO tokens) to help others. they do it to make money themselves which is usually with pump and dumps in mind after they have bought something themselves.

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April 12, 2018, 03:16:41 PM
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they do it to make money themselves which is usually with pump and dumps in mind after they have bought something themselves.
I think the same!
But going back to my problem - I want to create a data base of e-mails and Telegram addresses of a scammers.
So that other ICO-teams trying to contact with these people be warned means armed!
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