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June 20, 2018, 03:42:01 AM
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bonty worldex project ended up with a scam, because they did not make payment since the first week on BM,
BM Says " Dear bounty program participants,

WorldEx CEO Kevin Dole haven't been paying us since week 1. He has been stalling us with excuses. We have decided to stop working right now. He hasn't been paying to his community managers as well.

We will still finalise the spreadsheets and hand them over to them but we would advise not to invest anything."


but the telegram group is still active, and they still answer that they will share our bonus. which one should I trust?

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June 22, 2018, 06:52:30 AM
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I have asked the same question on the telegram group and they said that they met some minor problems with Tokensuite. The CEO (Kevin) is the only one who's replying to all the messages.
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June 22, 2018, 07:56:55 AM
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which one should I trust?
I went over the bounty thread (quickly) and based on the signs, you should trust the campaign manager.

I have asked the same question on the telegram group and they said that they met some minor problems with Tokensuite. The CEO (Kevin) is the only one who's replying to all the messages.
I see that as an "excuse" (it's almost on its 9th week and they call it a minor problem) Roll Eyes

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June 22, 2018, 08:05:04 AM
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I have asked the same question on the telegram group and they said that they met some minor problems with Tokensuite. The CEO (Kevin) is the only one who's replying to all the messages.

From my personal Experience i would not characterize the Tokensuite team trustworthy as they are repeatedly involved in SCAM ICOs. I wonder does anyone there do a due diligence before taking over a project?


However, when there is only one admin answering (and this is the CEO of the project) something goes wrong. Better trust a group of people than a single individual.

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June 22, 2018, 08:20:23 AM
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which one should I trust?
I went over the bounty thread (quickly) and based on the signs, you should trust the campaign manager.

I have asked the same question on the telegram group and they said that they met some minor problems with Tokensuite. The CEO (Kevin) is the only one who's replying to all the messages.
I see that as an "excuse" (it's almost on its 9th week and they call it a minor problem) Roll Eyes
so i must still trust bounty manager? I am actually confident with tokensuite, but Kevin (admin) of the telegram group always actively answer all questions related to bounty hunter awards, even earlier he said that the distribution of tokens will still be done next week

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June 22, 2018, 08:39:33 AM
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so i must still trust bounty manager?
On this case "YES". I don't know much about the campaign manager but he/she at least tried to warn everyone (not sure when was the announcement but if it was just recently, then the way he/she manages the campaign is actually very bad).

I am actually confident with tokensuite, but Kevin (admin) of the telegram group always actively answer all questions related to bounty hunter awards, even earlier he said that the distribution of tokens will still be done next week
"Naida_BR" has a point. It's not normal to see a CEO actively answer questions on a telegram group (there should be someone else for that):

However, when there is only one admin answering (and this is the CEO of the project) something goes wrong. Better trust a group of people than a single individual.

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June 29, 2018, 02:59:22 PM
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I have asked the same question on the telegram group and they said that they met some minor problems with Tokensuite. The CEO (Kevin) is the only one who's replying to all the messages.

From my personal Experience i would not characterize the Tokensuite team trustworthy as they are repeatedly involved in SCAM ICOs. I wonder does anyone there do a due diligence before taking over a project?


However, when there is only one admin answering (and this is the CEO of the project) something goes wrong. Better trust a group of people than a single individual.
indeed it makes sense, and I've experienced similar events pda bounty other that is paypro. Pablo Ruiz as CEO is actively answering all the group feasts. although in the end the project is not clear end

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July 02, 2018, 03:26:08 PM
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I have asked the same question on the telegram group and they said that they met some minor problems with Tokensuite. The CEO (Kevin) is the only one who's replying to all the messages.

From my personal Experience i would not characterize the Tokensuite team trustworthy as they are repeatedly involved in SCAM ICOs. I wonder does anyone there do a due diligence before taking over a project?


However, when there is only one admin answering (and this is the CEO of the project) something goes wrong. Better trust a group of people than a single individual.
indeed it makes sense, and I've experienced similar events pda bounty other that is paypro. Pablo Ruiz as CEO is actively answering all the group feasts. although in the end the project is not clear end

do not be too stupid friends .. if you already have experience that you have been deceived why now you still believe in a project that is obviously a scam.  Cheesy

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