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March 19, 2014, 11:34:37 PM
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I want my USDe back please. Angry
In 14/03 I withdraw all the values available, and nothing.

My user: BeToOo
My Wallet: GTA4EpXjLZLaYQDuLRJrU4qMWszj9FQYCG


Timestamp                           Amount   Coin   Requester IP       Status

Fri Mar 14 2014 21:06:51   43489   USDE   173.245.56.199   confirmed

Transaction id: b93f3d5ff224617cf0953f99d764fe8a7a796f1604108f93a0c5b7b8193f72c5
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March 20, 2014, 12:45:25 AM
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Fri Mar 07 2014 05:39:40   1.9789   BTC   PLS iam still waiting!



 Sun Feb 23 2014 07:42:44   1.979   BTC      credited
Transaction id: 340a642621938cdb296f632a1fa882ff2a40f98b7dd5c3058e1d9e139527df57
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March 20, 2014, 12:49:36 AM
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Please send back my BTC

Login: marcoMarket

withdrawals:
Sat Mar 15 2014 13:21:11    0.10020763   BTC   173.245.54.171   confirmed

email confirm
Click this following link to confirm your 0.10020763 BTC withdrawal to
1AkCKP6GbnhfD1rbmKi34fZRKBJT9K21Yr:

https://www.coinmarket.io/confirm/f2314b9ec9a56dcfdfb3ff230d0bb407dc3f99a697797e0fc378bf5312e9e6628d1164520b084cdfb70bed566ac144ba

no transaction id

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March 20, 2014, 01:00:48 AM
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Any feedback from the police yet ? How long they will take to investigate ?

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March 20, 2014, 01:58:42 AM
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Mon Mar 10 2014 05:25:37   0.17613043   BTC   173.245.48.194   confirmed
give my btc
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March 20, 2014, 02:13:52 AM
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User name same as my screen name here. Give me back my 130,000 USDE that I tried to withdraw from your website to mintpal.

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March 20, 2014, 03:20:26 AM
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LOL at this scam exchange. enjoy guys while it lasted Tongue

yolo
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March 20, 2014, 03:34:15 AM
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Hi,
Please payout my 0.08856976 BTC requested on Tue Mar 18 2014 04:30:13 for quad!

Regards
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March 20, 2014, 03:36:11 AM
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Hi,
Please payout my 0.08856976 BTC requested on Tue Mar 18 2014 04:30:13 for quad!

Regards


Hi Coinmarket.IO

Please get ready for knock on the door anytime soon !

Regards,

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March 20, 2014, 04:12:55 AM
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Dear @coinmarket.io

I have mistakenly deposited 11323619.93879166 KARM to my account "nsoderi" but only later realize about of what is happening with your system.
I have then tried to withdraw the same amount back to my wallet but still not yet received any as several hours have been passed.

Could you please help me with this issue as my withdraw operation still under "Pending status"

Details:
Thu Mar 20 2014 00:26:03   11323619.92879166   KARM   141.101.98.188   pending
Address to be withdraw: KNCCHj8GQJ3BboUjcy2CdMJwvi7gNa8TRi


Kind regards,

nsoderi
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March 20, 2014, 04:51:10 AM
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Hello CoinMarket.io, I made the mistake of depositing some coins with you yesterday before I knew about this mess.

If your website had been clearer, I would not have deposited anything, but you don't mention a hack, you don't warn anyone not to deposit coins, other than not using a pools auto-payout function, and your site certainly does not mention that you are planning on selling the exchange, something which you allude to in this thread. Finally, this catalogue of errors is topped off by your failure to provide some kind of proper support system, instead, you decide to link your support button link to this thread.

No-one would be interested in my coins, just under 5 million PENG, but I certainly want them back.
My username is BagMan, and my address is pSUmxwqaBMaSHz2QkPxzobCNUTggNbqaos

A reply would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

NewWorldCoiner

This has been an underlying problem I saw with the info on the site, seems like they are just doing a "update" to the system and "market paused", but little do people know its been that way for weeks now. So I am thinking this is more and more of a scam ....

If the owner of Coinmarket was really fixing problems, why not pause deposits as well? Since there were so many "issues", taking deposit while "fixing" withdrawal problems....hmmmm that sounds legit.

I am personally getting tired of the responses from this scam exchange. The lies from there forked tongues is enough to make anyone sick!

I will be submitting my claim to the Police COB today, please can I have the details of the investigator in charge of this crime.
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March 20, 2014, 05:06:19 AM
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i want my coin back

https://www.dropbox.com/s/mvribol39zaodrn/coinmarket.jpg
my username: cgcd0909iphone4

Rightcoin:RRmUdSww5jfoiEzJ3vMzfuQx7dhY182QZP
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March 20, 2014, 05:13:39 AM
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Hello CoinMarket.io, I made the mistake of depositing some coins with you yesterday before I knew about this mess.

If your website had been clearer, I would not have deposited anything, but you don't mention a hack, you don't warn anyone not to deposit coins, other than not using a pools auto-payout function, and your site certainly does not mention that you are planning on selling the exchange, something which you allude to in this thread. Finally, this catalogue of errors is topped off by your failure to provide some kind of proper support system, instead, you decide to link your support button link to this thread.

No-one would be interested in my coins, just under 5 million PENG, but I certainly want them back.
My username is BagMan, and my address is pSUmxwqaBMaSHz2QkPxzobCNUTggNbqaos

A reply would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

NewWorldCoiner

This has been an underlying problem I saw with the info on the site, seems like they are just doing a "update" to the system and "market paused", but little do people know its been that way for weeks now. So I am thinking this is more and more of a scam ....

If the owner of Coinmarket was really fixing problems, why not pause deposits as well? Since there were so many "issues", taking deposit while "fixing" withdrawal problems....hmmmm that sounds legit.

I am personally getting tired of the responses from this scam exchange. The lies from there forked tongues is enough to make anyone sick!

I will be submitting my claim to the Police COB today, please can I have the details of the investigator in charge of this crime.

Please pm me the infor thanks

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March 20, 2014, 05:35:07 AM
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Here's me hoping that, because I was one of the very few "voices of reason" actually defending the site these past weeks, that I might get some sort of preferential treatment when it comes to my stuck BTC deposit....  Roll Eyes

That'd be a shitty way to do things and, personally, I would satisfy angriest first to avoid possible problems they can cause. Patient ones can wait for a bit longer. Sorry to rain on your parade, just an observation Wink

Yeah -  because the squeaky wheels always get the fucking grease don't they.

Why would that be a shitty way to do it? Should people be rewarded for inciting violence and vigilante behaviour? Just an observation Wink

In the ideal world, where good is being rewarded with good, sure, it would be great, but this is bussiness and this is crypto. Most likely violent ones lost or thought that they lost A LOT of money and KIND OF have a right to be angry, since, lets be honest, CM handled this deal in the worst way possible to calm the community down. If they would've been responsible and responsive from the beginning of this mess, there would be close to none vigilantism, death/police threats and accusations.

Also, don't take this personally, but I would rename what you call "voice of reason" to "naive dellusion". I had and still have hopes to get my DGB back and I liked CM as a trading platform a lot, but the way all this went down did not leave a lot to "hook" trust and hope on.

You should probably stick to using words that you know how to spell correctly.

Best of luck, hope you get your shitcoins back.
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March 20, 2014, 05:40:59 AM
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So..please help?
It isn't just no email confirmation, where is my funds!?
DGB is "insufficient" and the BTC has no trans ID...

Username: MMos




This! Help please =)

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March 20, 2014, 05:41:39 AM
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Just in case you guys are wondering if this is a scam exchange, let me introduce you to the freshmarket.io scam claiming to be a hack.

This is where a portion of LTC was "stolen" around 40% as this was a LTC exchange also only interested in new alt coins, we going to hear a similar sad story with coinmarket
about how much btc those hackers stole from the exchange ...awwww so sad it breaks my heart, let all as a community give % of our btc to help this poor exchange
administrator, awwww shame...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=431365.0
Also, i have to say, that site now is still in BETA, so use it on your own risk.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=449796.0

At least freshmarket.io returned most the alt coins within 5 days, they only cared about the LTC and tried to get 10 BTC claiming the hackers wanted that in order to get the funds returned.lol

Welcome to the world of scumbaggery at it's finest with coinmarket.io being the latest and greatest scam, a tribute to the human attribute of greed.


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March 20, 2014, 06:04:46 AM
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Just in case you guys are wondering if this is a scam exchange, let me introduce you to the freshmarket.io scam claiming to be a hack.

This is where a portion of LTC was "stolen" around 40% as this was a LTC exchange also only interested in new alt coins, we going to hear a similar sad story with coinmarket
about how much btc those hackers stole from the exchange ...awwww so sad it breaks my heart, let all as a community give % of our btc to help this poor exchange
administrator, awwww shame...

Thanks for sharing, a classic scam. Besides all the vapid lip service, Coinmarket is now looking even more like fraud.

The list of 2500 withdrawal attempts provided (which does not include all withdrawals) totals over 700 BTC.
We can assume coinmarket.io managed BTC into the thousands, if not tens of thousands.

Think about it... the opportunity to walk away with millions in equivalent fiat with complete anonymity.
Totally life changing money.



BTC welcome: 1Dz5psYmhWiJDMg56x58kZ3eU2bPpDDY9K
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March 20, 2014, 06:09:27 AM
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Just in case you guys are wondering if this is a scam exchange, let me introduce you to the freshmarket.io scam claiming to be a hack.

This is where a portion of LTC was "stolen" around 40% as this was a LTC exchange also only interested in new alt coins, we going to hear a similar sad story with coinmarket
about how much btc those hackers stole from the exchange ...awwww so sad it breaks my heart, let all as a community give % of our btc to help this poor exchange
administrator, awwww shame...

Thanks for sharing, a classic scam. Besides all the vapid lip service, Coinmarket is now looking even more like fraud.

The list of 2500 transactions provided (which by no means includes all BTC deposits or even withdrawals) totals over 700 BTC.
We can assume coinmarket.io  managed BTC into the thousands, if not tens of thousands.

Think about it... the opportunity to walk away with millions in equivalent fiat with complete anonymity.
Totally life changing money.




I am just taken back at how many naive individuals there are expecting a miracle return of there btc excluding the obvious scam users accounts claiming they on the list.
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March 20, 2014, 06:28:14 AM
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I"m still waiting for the "Manual" processing of my Stuck USDE withdraw and I have coinio coins that are unconfirmed for over a month now. This guy  is full of shit. He scammed us and is keeping the site open to continue to scam others. What a piece of shit. I hope someone teaches him a serious lesson and quickly. What a scumbag.
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March 20, 2014, 06:29:23 AM
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Just in case you guys are wondering if this is a scam exchange, let me introduce you to the freshmarket.io scam claiming to be a hack.

This is where a portion of LTC was "stolen" around 40% as this was a LTC exchange also only interested in new alt coins, we going to hear a similar sad story with coinmarket
about how much btc those hackers stole from the exchange ...awwww so sad it breaks my heart, let all as a community give % of our btc to help this poor exchange
administrator, awwww shame...

Thanks for sharing, a classic scam. Besides all the vapid lip service, Coinmarket is now looking even more like fraud.

The list of 2500 transactions provided (which by no means includes all BTC deposits or even withdrawals) totals over 700 BTC.
We can assume coinmarket.io  managed BTC into the thousands, if not tens of thousands.

Think about it... the opportunity to walk away with millions in equivalent fiat with complete anonymity.
Totally life changing money.




I am just taken back at how many naive individuals there are expecting a miracle return of there btc excluding the obvious scam users accounts claiming they on the list.

The exchange name was freshmarket.co.in but always in back of mind I thought these 2 were related, it's always easier the 2nd time around. Scammers also like to play the victim card.

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