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Author Topic: [2018-06-07]Scam Doctor: Belgian Government Launches Crypto Scams Warning Websit  (Read 68 times)
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June 08, 2018, 11:50:26 AM
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The Belgian government is giving full support to a website that is created to warn all cryptocurrency investors about the rising potential for fraud. The website is dubbed “Too Good to Be True.”

In order to legally operate in Belgian financial markets, all cryptocurrency organisations or companies should have a legal license, according to the developed website. No company without a license shall be mentioned in the website's database.

Read the details in the article of Coinidol dot com, the world blockchain news outlet: https://coinidol.com/belgiam-launches-crypto-scams-warning-website/

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June 09, 2018, 02:46:26 AM
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Having read the article on coinidol, this is a good initiative from the Belgian government but despite all the references to this website, there was not one link of the website posted on coinidol for interested readers to visit. I even did a Google search of 'toogoodtobetrue' and found nothing related.

Another thing that puts me off, if this website truly exist, was this part below :
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The users have to keep in mind that the developers are not at all responsible for any errors in the system as mentioned on the website.
For a site that is created to help investors avoid potential fraud this is a red flag!
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June 09, 2018, 10:56:39 AM
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Having read the article on coinidol, this is a good initiative from the Belgian government but despite all the references to this website, there was not one link of the website posted on coinidol for interested readers to visit. I even did a Google search of 'toogoodtobetrue' and found nothing related.

Another thing that puts me off, if this website truly exist, was this part below :
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The users have to keep in mind that the developers are not at all responsible for any errors in the system as mentioned on the website.
For a site that is created to help investors avoid potential fraud this is a red flag!
I have visited the link given above and look up for the link about such website but same as yours i do failed up and even doing a single google search wont really give you any results which means is this still on projected plans? if it does then its a good site for reference but washing up their hands if something went wrong isnt really a good thing.
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