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April 22, 2018, 09:35:37 AM
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The team collected about 5 million dollars on ICO. Participants of the bounty campaign were promised big money,
they attracted a lot of people to the company. During the ICO, it all worked like a charm, over Telegram they answered
almost once a minute, there was an impression that only in Telegram there were 5 permanent workers.

 People constantly asked whether there would be KYC, citizens were assured (by representatives of CIBUS) that there would
be no KYC. But as soon as the ICO was over, there was a notice that at the advice from the lawyers, KYC would be held,
and one had to provide documents with registration, make a selfie + confirm registration by a bank statement or utility invoices.

 But the scammers decided not to waste time on trifles, no big deal selling all passport details of the members of the
bounty campaign, and went further. They asked everyone to additionally send 0.003 Ethereum (ostensibly to check
that the wallet belongs to the owner).

 Thousands of underdogs sent copies of their documents. I think, the prices in the black market will fall shortly, there is too
many new passports and selfies, as well as Ethereum... and started waiting for their tokens. But the tokens are never sent.
Someone in the group wrote that he had received tokens, but people suspect that these were the SUBUS people who wrote that.
Maybe, part of the money was distributed afterwards, but it makes no difference now (why it makes no difference, see the next
paragraph). And there was absolutely no one to answer the question “where are the tokens?”), the team vanished.

But that was nothing compared to how people who had invested $ 5 million were pissed off. At the exchange, the token collapsed
down to the floor, and now it costs about 500 times cheaper than it used to cost during the ICO about a month ago. Most likely,
since no tokens were sent to the bounty participants, the team sold their remaining tokens at any price just to get rid of them.
 I have never seen such a drop down.

 I leave this posting for the history, since it really is Holy crap, the scammers, being not content with the millions, surpassed all
expectations, and collected every last penny from people. And it will be another lesson for the underdogs who keep claiming that KYC is good.
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April 24, 2018, 07:13:07 PM
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why did you create this branch? The company is quite normal, I participated in it. Yes, of course, it is not pleasant for KYC and GAS, but everything went well, tokens on the purse. Tickets answered quickly!
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April 27, 2018, 05:10:33 PM
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Yes,sadly many of the ICOs are just scams
Do not participate in any bounty which accepts unlimited number of bounty seekers
100 people getting 1000 stakes is better than 1000 people getting 1000 stakes
Choose a bounty campaign which works with trusted bounty managers (who are not cheap to hire)
Always check the profile of the people behind the ICO

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April 27, 2018, 05:40:25 PM
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This should become a new lesson for all of us! I hope in future, there will be less scam like this
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April 27, 2018, 06:44:14 PM
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I really feel for the people who lost money to this horrible scam. I can't really assess how cheap it is but at some level, one will only be fortunate not to fall victim. This scam has reached the level where the whole cryptocurrency world will have to come together and fight it.
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April 27, 2018, 07:07:43 PM
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If they continue to work on the project, the price can still go up. And if the project team have disappeared with money, I would recommend that investors apply to law enforcement agencies.

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April 27, 2018, 08:41:23 PM
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I participated in this campaign during one week, then i realized that i didn't like this project. Now I see that not in vain. Condolences to those who invested in this project
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April 27, 2018, 09:59:54 PM
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Frankly speaking, I did not dare to join this project. He immediately appeared strange to me. At all, the latter time I very carefully pick a company Bounty. Have to carefully choose the projects for investment. Many developers at the beginning of the projects are very much trying to seem excellent and that's what creates the first suspicions for me. Guys, choose projects more carefully. And scams, we have to start to punish.

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April 28, 2018, 02:41:32 AM
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They have planned everything neatly, they are not responsible, they are stalling to avoid the pressure of investors and participants, I will learn from this problem
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April 30, 2018, 05:03:58 AM
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I also had a chance to take part in this company. Well that at least for a week. Then I left, as it turned out on time. It is a pity of course the guys who invested in this project
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