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July 06, 2018, 09:13:24 PM
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A very important warning
There are those who send a phishing e-mail which is a theft of your money
Be careful and do not open the link and report the message
You will find the message text as follows:
This coin cheats pay attention 👇

Hydro wants to let you know that you are registered with AirDrop.
Our Commander began a large-scale inspection and found out that you made a duplicate of your wallet, because we could not send you 222.222 Hydro-tokens.

Hydro revised the table and found an error!

Hydro will be sent to you after you check your MEW wallet
Go to our form to continue and get 222.222 Hydro Tokens.

Confirm Your Account To Receive 222.222 HYDRO!
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July 07, 2018, 02:02:12 PM
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Thx for info. Amazing how many scams are around. It is just bad for crypto in general because usually new people get burned and than they are out of it for good.
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July 07, 2018, 05:31:49 PM
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Thanks for sharing this information, my Spam folder is filled with such messages.
Prevention is better than cure, so avoid those messages by hiding your email and not using it except with trusted sites better than searching for the rest of the solutions.
I check the sender's address several times and then do a Google search about that address before starting to read the content of the message.
Also, do not trust anyone who promises you free money especially if you do not know it.

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July 08, 2018, 05:41:48 AM
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Thx for info. Amazing how many scams are around. It is just bad for crypto in general because usually new people get burned and than they are out of it for good.

Well, would you rather have one million gullible people in cryptocurrency, or 100,000 smart people?

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