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April 23, 2018, 07:40:11 PM
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As we all know ICOs are in trend since quarter of 2017. Since than so many ICOs are launching day by day and the numbers of ICOs are increasing every day as lots of startups and mainstream companies are moving towards blockchain sector. Social media is important part of the any blockchain project like Facebook, Twitter, Medium, Telegram etc. As we know Telegram is effective and very useful social media to be in touch with supporters and investers by forming community. Also telegram have it's own pros and cons. Con is definitely scamming and spamming peoples of best ICO project, but pros do prevail. I am active on telegram recently I came across lot of scammers trying to scam me 😂😂😂 they don't know nothing about the project but still messgae you like we are offering you 45% bonus blah blah. This scammers generally target famous project which is currently going on with it's token sale and in trends. Guys my purpose of making this thread is to make  people aware and protect people's from getting scammed by scammers. Don't get trapped in bottle of scammers just take them on spin and trap them in bottle and report it on community of project wether you are investing in that project or supporting that project as a bounty hunters. We Bitcointalk members are knowledgeable as compared to other members which are new to the cryptoworlds it's our duty to protect new members to the cryptoworlds with this scammers.

I am sharing here the link of my conversation with scammer recently I had I was amazed to check his scammy smart contract where he scammed people of 24 ethereum 🙄🙄🙄

https://imgur.com/gallery/63umIAY

Also you may find it interesting to check their etherscan link https://etherscan.io/address/0xb3944101efe4164981bba21e0d3725f1fae1bea9
 On going through this etherscan link I have came across one account which have 284 ethereum here is the link of that transaction with account https://etherscan.io/address/0x87ad3f8573e96308eaef597dde8d9dcfb19202d2

With etherscan links I can say  this scamming network is huge guys it's our duty to protect people's to get scammed by scammers just trap them in bottle and report it in the telegram community of which you are member.
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April 24, 2018, 07:29:14 AM
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Oh, I pity those people who were trapped in their offer of 45% bonus. That hypocrite scammer don't have conscience and do the flowery talk in telegram for them to convince people who believed in their promise. I don't usually joined telegram as I know there are a lot of fake people keep on convincing you to join their ponzi, etc.

Hope you didn't got pursuaded to their offer. I can say you are smart enough not to be tempted from that scammer.
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April 24, 2018, 07:37:29 AM
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Maybe we should build a scamwall and keep pinning such scammers there to create better awareness, prevent others from getting duped, giving them the right kind of exposure.
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April 24, 2018, 07:39:12 AM
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Oh, I pity those people who were trapped in their offer of 45% bonus. That hypocrite scammer don't have conscience and do the flowery talk in telegram for them to convince people who believed in their promise. I don't usually joined telegram as I know there are a lot of fake people keep on convincing you to join their ponzi, etc.

Hope you didn't got pursuaded to their offer. I can say you are smart enough not to be tempted from that scammer.

No man i haven't been persuaded by this scammers offer I just try to be noob 😀😀😀 and take information and report in the community as a responsible person so that other members can be safe. This scamming network is huge they try to give phissing offers to the newbies and take away their funds from one address to another.
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