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September 07, 2018, 06:23:30 PM
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Just don't forget to tell about fake ID. Ok.
I never sent fake IDs. I sent the JPG files by email. This is not a document in any country.

And of course no one will ever forget about this

As I said earlier this was my first letter


And this was my second letter



and I sent it to this "company"
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September 07, 2018, 06:28:08 PM
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OMG another lie from ni23457

This is the evidence of the second attempt of the document forgery:

Yes, I made a mistake that at the very beginning I sent a picture with someone's passport from google.images (but I sent the picture just to the fameless anonymous guys with no real address, company name or even phone number: they can be anyone, even gangsters). But then I still sent the real documents and now I wait 10 days from the moment of sending documents, and they say that they are conducting an investigation.

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September 07, 2018, 06:35:51 PM
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OMG another lie from ni23457

This is the evidence of the second attempt of the document forgery:

Yes, I made a mistake that at the very beginning I sent a picture with someone's passport from google.images (but I sent the picture just to the fameless anonymous guys with no real address, company name or even phone number: they can be anyone, even gangsters). But then I still sent the real documents and now I wait 10 days from the moment of sending documents, and they say that they are conducting an investigation.




Exactly! Are you arguing with the fact that this person is real? I simply can't upload JPG file with passport photo of this guy here   Sad


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September 07, 2018, 06:38:56 PM
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Next time please mind your previous "stories" when preparing the next lie  Wink
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September 07, 2018, 07:00:32 PM
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> What are your opinions about changenow scamming Privcoin? Do you think it is not a scam?

I do not have enough information on that case. But I know that now lots of stolen from bithumb and nicehash coins are being transacted all over the crypto services. And most of the crypto services are informed about that. I'm not sure that privcoin incident is related to that it's just my guess based on the fact that mixers are often used to launder coins.

And the biggest problem for crypto services here is the fact they can not disclose the real reason of blocking such coins cos they were "kindly asked" by interpol

>How can they force someone to send ID after a trade has been initiated when they never made it clear that they would ask for ID in the first place?

Agree. Transparency is the key. Personally I think that changenow have made a mistake of not clearly specifying the conditions of AML/KYC procedure.

> they scammed him because they wanted his coins.

I don't think that 70k usd is such a big amount for them Grin

There is no proof Interpol or anybody else asked changenow for blocking and seizing control of crypto. The evidence points to selective scamming but giving them the benefit of the massive doubt they need to clarify the whole situation with the AML/KYC and the threshold that makes it mandatory to send ID to them.

They have made themselves look very bad in this whole situation.

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September 07, 2018, 07:10:48 PM
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>The evidence points to selective scamming

No evidence also, just suspicion


> but giving them the benefit of the massive doubt they need to clarify the whole situation with the AML/KYC and the threshold that makes it mandatory to send ID to them.

Agree. Will be waiting for their clarification
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September 07, 2018, 07:27:15 PM
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There is no proof Interpol or anybody else asked changenow for blocking and seizing control of crypto.
I doubt any legit company would share information about which law enforcement agency requested customer data.

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September 07, 2018, 07:30:35 PM
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There is no proof Interpol or anybody else asked changenow for blocking and seizing control of crypto.
I doubt any legit company would share information about which law enforcement agency requested customer data.
I'm sorry but what law enforcement agency?  what legit company?

this is their "company"
https://postimg.cc/image/i8a8z5nj5/
https://postimg.cc/image/odwzy37rl/
https://postimg.cc/image/b52djluz5/
https://postimg.cc/image/9d9eoze9t (the page was removed a 5 weeks ago)
https://postimg.cc/image/6j69bhmdd/ (the founders were changed 3 weeks ago; the office was abandoned, new address of the office is secret)

and this ChangeNOW.io Evercode Lab - Scam. Defamation. Abuses. Threats - Russian Business

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September 07, 2018, 07:36:55 PM
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There is no proof Interpol or anybody else asked changenow for blocking and seizing control of crypto.
I doubt any legit company would share information about which law enforcement agency requested customer data.
Oh god what law enforcement agency?  what legit company?

this is their "company"
https://postimg.cc/image/i8a8z5nj5/
https://postimg.cc/image/odwzy37rl/
https://postimg.cc/image/b52djluz5/
https://postimg.cc/image/9d9eoze9t (the page was removed a 5 weeks ago)
https://postimg.cc/image/6j69bhmdd/ (the founders were changed 3 weeks ago)

and this ChangeNOW.io Evercode Lab - Scam. Defamation. Abuses. Threats - Russian Business


I see you have no more arguments and can not maintain a dialogue
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September 07, 2018, 08:03:36 PM
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There is no proof Interpol or anybody else asked changenow for blocking and seizing control of crypto.
I doubt any legit company would share information about which law enforcement agency requested customer data.

I have the same doubts. Something about changenow does not seem right.

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September 09, 2018, 12:49:12 PM
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just read it. it is a matter of great shame that scammers sum is growing day by day. Sad
For this, i am afraid of giving personal information or doing kyc.

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September 09, 2018, 01:01:17 PM
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To be very honest the whole financial world is like gambling. Its a full of people who does not want to produce nothing to the society.
So some of the players will lose and some players will win.
If you want more then you lose it all.
Yes sometimes you win but then you might lose it all.
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September 09, 2018, 01:22:31 PM
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just read it. it is a matter of great shame that scammers sum is growing day by day. Sad
For this, i am afraid of giving personal information or doing kyc.

I will never give or send ID to these "companies". You have no idea who they are and what their real intentions are after they get your ID in their hands.

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September 09, 2018, 01:32:27 PM
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Companies can open other companies with your ID.
They can get the loans line of credit and tax return.
But most dangerous to send their id is for usa/canada and australia people.
For europe and uk its quite safe and russia and eastern europe its safe as for africans.
But at the end of the day its all not real world !!
Only real things are your friends  your family your health.
So those things all are just fiction.
You are not your ID put you are real physical person.
You are not your bank account or btc wallet you are you you are real humen with soul and real life.
This is how it is.
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September 09, 2018, 01:51:00 PM
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5884885/Criminals-peddle-stolen-fake-UK-travel-documents-social-media-little-800.html

"When the Mail tracked down a shocked Mr Nicolson, from Windsor, Berkshire, he said: ‘It’s disturbing. I’m an innocent victim of something that is becoming a pandemic.’

It is unclear when Mr Nicolson’s details were taken. He has been abroad six times in the past year – to St Tropez twice, Paris, Sicily, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

In Sicily and Abu Dhabi he had to hand over his passport at the hotel, but not on the other trips and he didn’t use it for anything such as car hire.

He keeps his passport locked in his desk drawer at home when he doesn’t have it with him. Other than that, he used his passport when enquiring about car finance two weeks ago and for a mortgage renewal on a buy-to-let three months ago."


So when you give your passport copies to anybody they might be a front to a bigger fraud. Some of these people might takes IDs for legitimate reasons but front line employees might have links to criminals so send them off the fraudsters for money.

Be very careful when sending your ID to anybody. If people are setting up ICOs to scam millions of USD from investors then exchanges are also being set up with a view to playing long games befor ethey run off with your money and ID.

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September 09, 2018, 02:19:48 PM
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System is pretty much fcked and corrupted all the ways.
But other then just someone use your idendenty to travel what kind of harm it can do for the id real owner?
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September 09, 2018, 06:03:28 PM
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Second, Using someone else's indentity is under any circumstances prohibited and punishable by law.
I did not do anything like that. I did not even mention any name or surname. I just sent a picture from google images to them(to suspicious bucket shop). And I did it by accident. I told them about it. It happened by itself. It happens - I was nervous.

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Third, They are an exchange and there's no way you can run such without complying to legal regulations; there'll be KYC/AML policies
But I'm sure it's not. They are few dishonest people who make money from home.
Where is the confirmation that they are exchanger company? Where is their license, where are they physically located? They are just scammers, who are covered by some laws. And thanks to this, they apparently hope to appropriate this money to themselves (70 thousand dollars - a successful hunt, is not it?).
Or maybe you think that if they seized this money they will give it ... I do not know .... to the police? Really? Smiley They just leave them to themselves and you perfectly know it.


I don't find any terms and conditions on the site did you agreed anything before?
At the very bottom of the left. But it's interesting that at the start of the exchange the site does not offer to agree with the user agreement.
You don't take your funds seriously! If you send someones photo instead of yours, they are not a scam. You just not identify yourself as known person. Or you don't want identify yourself because of criminal activities.
And you don't take cryptocurrency exchange seriously. Is the same if you don't take Binance seriously. YOU ARE GUILTY IN YOUR TROUBLES!  https://twitter.com/MichaelcMcKee/status/1038507195833442304
I have make mistake with twitter account age verification, they blocked my account and asking to upload ID copy, and of course i upload it and they unblock my account. You better make video verification to get your funds back!
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September 09, 2018, 07:51:37 PM
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System is pretty much fcked and corrupted all the ways.
But other then just someone use your idendenty to travel what kind of harm it can do for the id real owner?

If someone has a cloned passport as well as residential proof such as photographic drivers licence they can do harm to the unsuspecting victim in many ways.

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September 10, 2018, 08:17:11 AM
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who spent his money to promote this on bitcointalk?
I mean seriously?

It was promoted by the person who got scammed. Yes seriously.

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September 10, 2018, 12:54:59 PM
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ChangeNOW.io’s Public Statement: Our Stance on AML/KYC

ChangeNOW.io has been on the market for more than a year now and has earned a reputation of a reliable service with great rates and an amazing support team. We have made a good amount of partnerships with big exchanges, wallets, and exchange aggregators.

We can say that our service has come a long way: what used to be a tiny anonymous exchanger is now a big resource with more than 150 supported coins. We have also partnered with a service which allows fiat-to-crypto purchases, are constantly connecting additional exchanges and still are far from done.

Our service is constantly growing and ever evolving, and we tend to take the rules and requirements of the market concerning the activity of cryptocurrency services really seriously.

A number of changes has been made; for instance, we had dropped our anonymity back in April and implemented AML/KYC at the same time in order to comply to the requirements of exchanges, regulators, and legal authorities.

We are aware of the fact that for a certain part of the crypto community this might be upsetting, and we understand them completely - we are all children of Satoshi Nakamoto, after all.

However, we’ve always favored fair play, which is why we updated our policies and accepted the new way of life.

We would like to release a statement to keep the community updated on our workflow and the development of our service. We believe it’s our duty to the crypto community as a whole and our clients in particular to be transparent about our operations and to let everyone know what’s going on under the hood, so to say; this is especially relevant in the light of current events, that have shown us that we need to provide our customers with more information about ChangeNOW.

So, here’s the matters that are taking place at the time of writing this:

One of our customers has been carrying out a full-blown defamation campaign to harm ChangeNOW’s reputation and ruin our operations.

As a service, we are constantly growing, subsequently attracting more and more attention. We do our best to reply to every tweet and every single message we get, since we find it really great that the community trusts us and is willing to discuss our platform.

Unfortunately, this amount of attention means that trolls are bound to show up. We can’t stand it when our clients have problems and/or misunderstandings, therefore we try our hardest in order to make our platform as transparent as possible.

Let’s get back to AML and KYC for a little bit.

KYC stands for Know Your Customer. AML is for Anti-Money Laundering.

Cryptocurrencies are often considered to be used for illegal operations that allow you to withdraw money from the shadows. In order to prevent this, it is necessary to take measures to ensure customer verification and security of financial transactions.

KYC/AML policy is used in many countries. The main scope of its usage are the activities related to the conduct of questionable transactions.

States are doing everything possible to control and limit the activities of such organizations, and to introduce them into the framework of the law. The KYC/AML policy remains the most common method for this. Its application convinces the regulatory authorities of the absolute legality of the transaction carried out by you.

Thus, you confirm that you are a law-abiding citizen and the state has no reason to address any claims towards you.

You can read some info on KYC and AML here:

http://business.rediff.com/report/2010/oct/18/perfin-why-kyc-is-mandatory-now.htm

https://www.quora.com/What-is-a-difference-between-KYC-and-AML

https://aml-cft.net/conduct-proper-customer-due-diligence-cdd/

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2017/692/pdfs/uksi_20170692_en.pdf

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/aml.asp

http://www.fatf-gafi.org

ChangeNOW’s KYC procedure is no different from that of any other crypto exchanger.


Our risk management system can define a transaction as suspicious based on a certain set of criteria, among which are the size of a transaction, the wallet address, the funds’ origin, etc.

When the RMS sends us a suspicious transaction alert, we handle the case manually. Our support team does their best to make the procedure as quick and painless for the client as possible.

Here’s how it goes:

As we’ve already stated, each KYC case is handled individually. We will apply a set of standard procedures to our KYC clients, among which are asking a client to send a minimal set of documents that will allow us to confirm their identity and provide the source of funds. If we still have questions to the client, we might ask them for a face-to-face conversation via a video call.

This procedure is the best practice around the market and most reputable exchanges, exchangers, and other crypto-related services follow it. We in particular have several KYC cases a month, and usually they tend to get resolved quickly (mostly because our clients are great!)

So, why are we telling you all this?


We have decided to make this information public in order to give the community some insight on what we have already done so that the entire process is more understandable and transparent; also, we want to get our company’s position across.

Without a doubt, we are deeply chagrined by the fact that one client has been trying his best to ruin our lives.

We are ready to admit that our transparency policy is still a work in progress regarding the KYC procedure: we have expanded our FAQ, adding a special section on AML and KYC (available here: r/https://changenow.io/faq#kyc), as well as a notification and a link to our AML/KYC info. As we grow, we are going to add more tweaks and features to to our website for convenience of our users.

Some people might really do have things to hide, and, as we respect their privacy, we believe that such clients have the right to be informed about the fact that they might be asked for identification.

We aren’t going to keep this client’s funds. They’re stored on a cold wallet created specifically for his case.

We are going to continue our operations as honestly, transparently, and conveniently for those of our clients who, just like us, respect the law and are ready to follow the rules of the market.

We won’t let shady blackmailers spoil our and our customers’ joy from the crypto market’s development and are ready to do whatever it takes to make sure the market is free of crooks.

What about the case described in this statement and what are we planning to do next?


The client in question is surely going to continue his activities on the Internet.

We, in turn, are preparing legal claims which we are going to submit to Interpol, Europol, and other authorities, along with the info we have on the client and the cold wallet address on which the funds are kept for the time being. After that we are going to wait for their official reply. In no circumstances are we going to keep this user’s funds for ourselves.

ChangeNOW is going to keep the community updated on the situation because we stand for all things that are good and against all things that are bad.


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