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evelyne.theresia1
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July 03, 2018, 12:33:00 AM
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Today i receive email from scammer want to try steal my Private Key
Here's the screenshot


When I click, I redirected to


I hope BCT disallow Airdrop/Bounty thread that require email. Because i see some Airdrop/Bounty thread require email.

Thank you and keep beware guys!!!
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July 03, 2018, 05:35:16 PM
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I hope BCT disallow Airdrop/Bounty thread that require email. Because i see some Airdrop/Bounty thread require email.
I don't think it will happen, campaigns have their rules and not moderated. If people don't want to give their email address, then they are free to not join the Airdrop/Bounty that requires it. It's just a choice imo

In addition, if you received an email from an unknown sender, especially about giveaways or something like that, it would be better to ignore it and mark as spam.
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July 03, 2018, 09:15:45 PM
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First image isn't showing, most likely removed from imgur (https://i.imgur.com/removed.png)

I hope BCT disallow Airdrop/Bounty thread that require email. Because i see some Airdrop/Bounty thread require email.
I don't think it will happen, campaigns have their rules and not moderated. If people don't want to give their email address, then they are free to not join the Airdrop/Bounty that requires it. It's just a choice imo

In addition, if you received an email from an unknown sender, especially about giveaways or something like that, it would be better to ignore it and mark as spam.

yes got it. thanks mate for the information.
i will report and spread all spam to everyone, so they can be aware
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