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July 02, 2018, 02:26:20 PM
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Grateful to you for this insightful work which will go along way in helping to identify the illegal ICOs before we invest or work to promote them. I will suggest that you keep updating the data base often to accommodate more that will come later on.

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July 02, 2018, 09:43:44 PM
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Many today are scam investment, phishing sites and so on. So it's a great help especially for new comers to understand and of course be careful of the websites they go to.
Great help to, So I refer my friends to read this thread,
Thanks for the kind words. If you have some questions related you can aske here so that we can further discuss more about scams in order to avoid it.
Grateful to you for this insightful work which will go along way in helping to identify the illegal ICOs before we invest or work to promote them. I will suggest that you keep updating the data base often to accommodate more that will come later on.
Just follow the tips to avoid being scammed. Just be careful where you invest because a lot of scammers inside and out the forum. 

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If you're looking to invest in Cryptocurrency, you could  be vulnerable to phising and Ponzi schemes.
So how can you avoid them?

1. Be skeptical of emails that mentions Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).

Scammers have stolen millions by impersonating real Cryptocurrency issuers.
Look for spelling and grammar errors, and verify the email address before sending  any payments.


2. Watch out for fake websites.

Look for the "secure"  and "https" markers before a website's URL  in your browser.  If they are not there, the website  might be fraudulent. Also,  check for tiny dots under the letters in the url that could be mean the site is fake.


3. Don't trust unverified twitter accounts.

Even if they look like they belong to Cryptocurrencies  or their founders, they might be scammers in disguise and be wary of anyone on twitter who asks you to send them Cryptocurrency.

Like any investment, there is a risk involved in Cryptocurrency.
Even legitimate coin issuers can be hacked, so think twice before sending money to anyone.

Initial Coin Offering SCAMS
HOW TO AVOID?

Let's define first what is Initial Coin Offering or ICO?  

ICO is an unregulated means by which funds are raised for a new cryptocurrency venture.
My idea on ICO is CROWD FUNDING .

Now let's move on how can we avoid ICO SCAM

      Crowdfunding is shaping the future of finance. No longer does investment belong to the few and no longer does launching a project mean having to go through all the required conditions of Venture Capital investment. There are now multiple platforms where users can crowdfund their dreams and projects into reality.

Observe this things to avoid it.
  • Unrealistic goals
  • Buzzword salad
  • Whitepaper
  • No Code Repository
  • Team



Unrealistic goals
      
       If the project does have that potential, professional developers will never make such promises. They will let you know about the potential of their project and that’s it. No serious team will ever make a price prediction about their token or claim it can fix the world.

Buzzword salad

      “Our decentralized blockchain-based platform will disrupt the landscape of cryptocurrency investment while building a trustless network of pseudonymous users that leverage swarm intelligence technology to provide real world financial services in a tokenized ecosystem.”

       Some people may have a tendency to use buzzwords as a means to turn a boring text or announcement into something exciting. However, these will have a certain amount of information on it, even if you have to filter out some of the nonsense. Still, if a project needs to do this, then the project is likely to be as boring as watching paint dry.

Whitepaper
    
         Whitepapers usually explain how the platform works both on the high-level and specifically. This often includes charts, calculations, simulations, specifications and so forth. If your project claims that it is building some sort of decentralized service or token with new features and actually provides no explanation of how it works specifically, then just close the document and walk away.

No Code Repository

      This is what matters. Like someone said before “Code is law”. Even if the project announcement and whitepaper are complete trash, you can always count on Github or Sourceforge to put an end to all doubts. If the project provides no link to the code at all or if the project is nothing more than a clone with a few changed lines of code, then it’s not worth your time nor money.

Team

      This is very important. Who is behind the project? Is the team made up of well-known members of the cryptocurrency community? Are they known in other areas? Have they been involved in previous projects? If the answer is yes, then this may be an interesting opportunity. Just remember to check if the person is actually aware of the project as scammers may use famous names just to get people interested even though these are not part of the team.

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AVOIDING FRAUDULENT

•  Spot imposters. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a government official, a family member, a charity, or a company you do business with. Don’t send money or give out personal information in response to an unexpected request — whether it comes as a text, a phone call, or an email.  
•  Do online searches. Type a company or product name into your favorite search engine with words like “review,” “complaint” or “scam.” Or search for a phrase that describes your situation, like “IRS call.” You can even search for phone numbers to see if other people have reported them as scams.

•  Don’t believe your caller ID. Technology makes it easy for scammers to fake caller ID information, so the name and number you see aren’t always real. If someone calls asking for money or personal information, hang up. If you think the caller might be telling the truth, call back to a number you know is genuine.

•  Don’t pay upfront for a promise. Someone might ask you to pay in advance for things like debt relief, credit and loan offers, mortgage assistance, or a job. They might even say you’ve won a prize, but first you have to pay taxes or fees. If you do, they will probably take the money and disappear.

•  Consider how you pay. Credit cards have significant fraud protection built in, but some payment methods don’t. Wiring money through services like Western Union or MoneyGram is risky because it’s nearly impossible to get your money back. That’s also true for reloadable cards like MoneyPak, Reloadit or Vanilla. Government offices and honest companies won’t require you to use these payment methods.

•  Talk to someone. Before you give up your money or personal information, talk to someone you trust. Con artists want you to make decisions in a hurry. They might even threaten you. Slow down, check out the story, do an online search, consult an expert — or just tell a friend.

•  Hang up on robocalls. If you answer the phone and hear a recorded sales pitch, hang up and report it to the FTC. These calls are illegal, and often the products are bogus. Don’t press 1 to speak to a person or to be taken off the list. That could lead to more calls.

•  Be skeptical about free trial offers. Some companies use free trials to sign you up for products and bill you every month until you cancel. Before you agree to a free trial, research the company and read the cancellation policy. And always review your monthly statements for charges you don’t recognize.

•  Don’t deposit a check and wire money back. By law, banks must make funds from deposited checks available within days, but uncovering a fake check can take weeks. If a check you deposit turns out to be a fake, you’re responsible for repaying the bank.
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List known scam websites here (please leave out the http:// part so the forum doesn't parse them into clickable links).

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A lot of thanks to this. I haven't seen this kind of thread for so long. I hope this don't just help the newbies but also for us who have manage tp have bitcoin yet are not yet aware about it. At least now we can prevent ourselves frpm being scammed. Thumbs up to this.

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July 02, 2018, 10:55:10 PM
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So many of the cryptocurrncy project are scammers,they only deceive investors and scam them but bettter stil there still some good ICO,s to invest on but this needs good research of the platform before investing

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Great post!
If i find a scam project, now i have a place to share  Grin
I hope OP keeps it updated.
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July 02, 2018, 11:21:36 PM
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I have taken my time to read all the things in this post and I think its really helpful especially for newbies and people who wants to go far in the crypto world. Thanks so much for this great piece. 

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huge thanks for these man, im a newbie and thankful I bumped into this thread
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July 04, 2018, 07:21:12 AM
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wow, lots of scam ico. This is good and important information for all bitcoiner, so as not to be easily fooled and careful.

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July 04, 2018, 07:26:38 AM
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Here also blog on the topic, it considers ICOs specifically, but should be interesting in relation to the scams: https://icoguide.com/en/blog/how-to-identify-scam-icos
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This is a great read for new users in the cryptoworld. like me. got some friends im sure that needs this. thank
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Nice work bud. This is gonna be useful here in crypto world. I have a suggestion or for additional topic that will help us too. Can you gave us the importance of using 2-factors authenticator?

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Working in cryptocurrency is really profitable but if you work on those scam also... It will become useless...  Working here is really hard as well as finding a good campaign is really hard to know and to predict also...  We should be always aware of it especially those who are only beggining to work here...  There are lots of way to ensure that we are in a right direction the only thing we need to do is to keep aware and have our own research about it...
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July 04, 2018, 10:32:06 PM
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Don't trust anyone in this market. And always do researches because anything that looks new into your eyes might already happened in the past. Bitcoin and blockchain really has a great potential that is why frauds and scams are anywhere.

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July 04, 2018, 10:41:21 PM
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Well, actually even a https link it only means the responsible has payed for a SSL certificate. It does not avoids you to go into a scam.

About ICO's, never trust any email you receive...always search about ICO's by yourself. There are websites that evaluate ICO's, there are communities of ICO's investors that you can search and ask and participate and try to know by several sources if that ICO is trustable. Look at their team, linkedin profiles, github profiles, the project github, how long is without activity, how many commits in how much time, how many ppl participating. Read the whitepaper, try to understand the value of the project and always try to understant at the first glance if by any change it is any kind of ponzy or pyramid scheme (bitconect, regalcoin, etc).
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Wow this is valuable information, I guess you went to great lengths to collect the list of scams at the very end of your post! Good job!! As others have mentioned many get into crypto just to earn quick money without knowing what crypto is and how it works. This post is very valuable in this regard where it cautions people on what to look in a scam and avoid such schemes altogether. Thanks again!

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July 22, 2018, 12:33:18 PM
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This is a great read for new users in the cryptoworld. like me. got some friends im sure that needs this. thank
Thanks for the kind words. Will update it everytime I learn new ways to avoid scams.

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This thread is really help, thanks for your kind article, because we can learn how to avoid scam as per day it's so much scam project

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You have made short post but not enough facts on this, I suggest you to write more facts so people won't loss in SCAM ICO's.
I would give plus one to you for this topic.
He cant write all, he just wrote a few. Besides the reason you can post on his thread is to write those things you think are missing. No man is an island of wisdom.

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September 12, 2018, 01:08:05 PM
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Today at 12:08:49 PM
 #40

There are thousands of scammy projects out there,and one needs to be careful inorder not be defrauded.
One should check the identity of those behind a project he want to invest on to know if they are faceless .
I said this because 80% of scammy project are managed by faceless people.
Even if the people managing a particular project are known check to see if they have managed a multi million dollar project.This will help you to know their previous performance.
You should also check if the project has its own website ,Reddit ,twitter ,telegram and discord.
If they have all these things another step is to note down what the participants on its social media are saying about the project for example if there is so much complain ,and the customer support of that projects is not ready to proffer solution then know it is a scam.
You should also note down how active the admins of a particular projects are on social media, meaning how often do they post updates on social media?
You should know the problem the developers of a particular project aim to solve after you have read and understand the white paper.
The question is ,would there be a demand for that token if the developers solve the problem
The questions is,do they have the financial capacity to solve the problem or not?
How do they raise the money ?it is a scam if there is no clear definition on how to raise the fund.
Finally ,if they are not following its roadmap ,it means the developers are scam.
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