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May 24, 2018, 04:56:16 AM
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hello guys... I am part of an anti-scammers campaign and I was thinking what at all should we do to these scammers that disgrace the crypto business and its dignity. The idea of scamming is a disgrace to this amazing opportunity that we all find ourselves in which is the blockchain technology. This advanced technology speaks of truth and transparency in all its dealings and yet people are being scammed on several forums. Please what do you think we should do to any identified scammer. Your submissions are very welcome.
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May 24, 2018, 10:14:19 AM
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The only thing we should all do is report the scammer to police and let the police do their job. We can not use violence against scammers because that would make us criminals. We just have to report the scammer to the police and the police and the courts will address the problem. it is up to the courts to punish the scammers.

Days ago I was cheated and I was robbed a lot of money ( in the real world ). I even confess that I was very sad and disappointed with this world, it hurt to be robbed and deceived, but I did what was right: I went to the police to report the scammers, the police are to deal with the subject

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