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October 11, 2014, 01:59:38 AM
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Newcomers are so desperate to earn bitcoin wherever and however they can, creating opportunity for the scammers.

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October 11, 2014, 02:06:13 AM
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October 12, 2014, 01:13:23 AM
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Newcomers are so desperate to earn bitcoin wherever and however they can, creating opportunity for the scammers.

Yeah, they act like bitcoin desperado junkies hell bent on getting their coin fix, it's pathetic. Seeing the way some people act on this forum, they are virtually asking to be scammed.

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October 12, 2014, 09:29:15 AM
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I'm starting to think the only people making big bucks on BTC are the scammers in the long-run. Seen so many millions scammed...

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October 12, 2014, 07:02:20 PM
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Newcomers are so desperate to earn bitcoin wherever and however they can, creating opportunity for the scammers.

Yeah, they act like bitcoin desperado junkies hell bent on getting their coin fix, it's pathetic. Seeing the way some people act on this forum, they are virtually asking to be scammed.

 Undecided

There is somewhat of an argument to make people take a quiz before signing up on here, or to otherwise make it much more obvious that the forum does not moderate potential scams.

I think that people are just so used to there being consumer protections that do not appear in the bitcoin world. They assume they will be protected from scams when they are not and as a result they do not do sufficient due dilligance
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October 13, 2014, 09:57:43 PM
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The easiest way to didnt get scammed is to do not trusted anyone ..
but how about carding?
as you know there's many company accepting Bitcoin in online shoping now , is there any possibility in 'bitcoin carding' ?  Huh

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October 14, 2014, 02:54:34 AM
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The easiest way to didnt get scammed is to do not trusted anyone ..
but how about carding?
as you know there's many company accepting Bitcoin in online shoping now , is there any possibility in 'bitcoin carding' ?  Huh

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October 14, 2014, 03:07:52 AM
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... Rinse, repeat, until we are all back to using just Mt Gox for the final end all scam to Bitcoin when we are had again.


^ epic call bud ! Cheesy
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October 14, 2014, 03:18:21 AM
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soooooo many scams and hacks

and don't forget the fake hacks too

it is the wild west out there

fortunes are made and lost

always assume that somebody is trying to rip you off

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October 14, 2014, 04:09:59 AM
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Scammers are everywhere, you can't trust any person in this world, real and virtual.

True. And I'm afraid that includes you after I got the following PM out of the blue:

Hey man, i really need fast response, i need to sell my bitcoins without any verification process.

If possible instant withdraw to paypal,skrill ect.

Localbitcoins is too slow for me, please share some website that you have used and its reliable (its a lot of btc for me).

I searched all possible exchanges and i couldn't find anything without verification.

Appreciate any help.

All the best,
futureazy

Now kindly go f* yourself.
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October 14, 2014, 05:52:52 AM
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Scammers are everywhere, you can't trust any person in this world, real and virtual.

True. And I'm afraid that includes you after I got the following PM out of the blue:

Hey man, i really need fast response, i need to sell my bitcoins without any verification process.

If possible instant withdraw to paypal,skrill ect.

Localbitcoins is too slow for me, please share some website that you have used and its reliable (its a lot of btc for me).

I searched all possible exchanges and i couldn't find anything without verification.

Appreciate any help.

All the best,
futureazy
Now kindly go f* yourself.

HAHAHA I got the same thing from this scammer. I didn't tell him to go fuck himself though, but now I'll tell him NOW GO KINDLY GO F% yourself!!  what the nerve he PM's me the op on this thread.


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October 14, 2014, 06:37:28 AM
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The easiest way to didnt get scammed is to do not trusted anyone ..
but how about carding?
as you know there's many company accepting Bitcoin in online shoping now , is there any possibility in 'bitcoin carding' ?  Huh
If you were to buy something from a merchant with bitcoin then you would need to trust the merchant with your money until they deliver the goods to you.

You are correct to say that the best way to not get scammed is to not trust anyone however if you don't trust anyone then you cannot engage in any kind of commerce
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October 18, 2014, 06:10:05 AM
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Scammers are everywhere, you can't trust any person in this world, real and virtual.

True. And I'm afraid that includes you after I got the following PM out of the blue:

Hey man, i really need fast response, i need to sell my bitcoins without any verification process.

If possible instant withdraw to paypal,skrill ect.

Localbitcoins is too slow for me, please share some website that you have used and its reliable (its a lot of btc for me).

I searched all possible exchanges and i couldn't find anything without verification.

Appreciate any help.

All the best,
futureazy

Now kindly go f* yourself.

This is ironic yet amusingly hilarious

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October 18, 2014, 09:54:34 AM
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Hi all bitcointalk members I want to tell you about an exchange site which is scam  "coinexd.com".I deposited some lootoshares to this site but  never received.I also send some xuro coin but never received. I also email him three times but never got any reply.
http://lottoshares.42tx.com/address/LXLYAgQzP6AtXxYKK48Rzv4f9sYtWFrT2P
Xuro coin-Address: XWq22v6yNVrAq28DoYUbv7NzUgy9xtiFUm
TxId: 0b6924c5149b1b841a5e0132c010ffc8a11bd9c774db26fc423c361d4411716b




Do not ever try to deposit on this site or you will loses all your amount.
Seriously I lost about$3 worth Bitcoin on this site
Are you sure there isn't a minimum deposit threshold?

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October 18, 2014, 04:10:57 PM
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Scammers are everywhere, you can't trust any person in this world, real and virtual.

True. And I'm afraid that includes you after I got the following PM out of the blue:

Hey man, i really need fast response, i need to sell my bitcoins without any verification process.

If possible instant withdraw to paypal,skrill ect.

Localbitcoins is too slow for me, please share some website that you have used and its reliable (its a lot of btc for me).

I searched all possible exchanges and i couldn't find anything without verification.

Appreciate any help.

All the best,
futureazy
Now kindly go f* yourself.

HAHAHA I got the same thing from this scammer. I didn't tell him to go fuck himself though, but now I'll tell him NOW GO KINDLY GO F% yourself!!  what the nerve he PM's me the op on this thread.

Trying to scam legendary and hero members? He doesn't pick his victims carefully. Cheesy
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November 19, 2017, 07:01:06 AM
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Last year and so far, the bitter consumer adoption has grown significantly and a range of retailers, including huge global corporations, have decided to beat their hands on the digital coin. Moreover, the authorities have begun to demonstrate a better understanding of technology and the blockchain to use bitcoin is recognized as an innovative technology.
Fraudulent exchanges and cloud mining, phishing schemes, pump-and-dumb IPOs, and many more are current security risks that bitcoin users face every day. Only this week, three mining services seem to have gone bankrupt.
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November 19, 2017, 07:10:53 AM
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You propose to create all the moshenic enterprises and then say that Russia hacked them? Strange, I think now there is Internet access for everyone, and the example of the Polish company is not new for deceiving people with bitcoin and its translations. It is necessary to bypass untested sources!

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November 19, 2017, 07:22:31 AM
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So just thinking out in my head here  in light of the bitcoin7.com scam  ( which your's truly called it a scam https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=17043.0;all ) where and how do these scams come about ?

I'm starting to see a pattern here between the polish exchange , mybitcoin and the other's who seem to have been "scammed" by some bad people .  My theory:

Build a front-facing website that actually looks like a "business" , then cry-foul that russians came and took your business wallet along with all the BTC of your customers, sell the company to anyone who wants it  then walk-away with all the coins.

Rinse & Repeat. I mean all these sites come up with the same Bullshit could their be collusion involved with all these? Should we put Phinnaeus Gage on the case?  

Thoughts?



This is bullshit. Actually there are so many websites out there that are scams also. Guess what they are still continuously doing this kind of stuff and there are still individuals who are still believing. We should be more smart in dealing with this crypto world. I am agree on your theory sir.

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January 02, 2018, 06:36:44 AM
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I hate to admit it but I've been scammed - twice! I consider myself a pretty discerning person but I lost money to:

1.megabitchain.com - a HYIP offering great returns. They were paying well and after my test deposit I deposited a few hundred - and the next day the site was gone along with my money.

2.https://hackmining.org/contact.php - touted by a guy on https://www.facebook.com/groups/bitcoinearnings (it's full of scammers!) promising huge returns on mining. I purchased the software; which didn't work. The worse part is (against my better judgement) I gave them remote access to my computer to solve the issue with Team Viewer (and the team viewer password). The convinced me to upgrade to the Pro version - and $150 later I haven't seen the software download or heard back from them.  

All in all $700AUD hundred lost; not a lot in the scheme of things but it still bites!

I almost lost money to the mining scam going around with the intro phrase: "I mine bitcoins on blockchain wallets.By connecting to the mining stream i can mine a total 0.5 between 4 to 7btc weekly.Would you like to know more about this?" Again, found these guys in Bitcoin Earnings FB page. But I wised up to it.

I have a few questions I'm hoping someone can help with me:
1. What sort of damage can they inflict with me granting them remote access? I've deleted Team Viewer and the mining software, and I'm running a full virus scan. What else can I do/should I look out for?
2. Has anyone heard of https://mining55.net - or am I looking straight at another scam site?
3. Can anyone recommend some good passive return investments? I get that trading alt coins is a good way to build up funds to purchase BTC and buying and holding BTC is the ideal; at least that's my strategy. I'm just trying to build some funds to purchase alt coins as my cash flow is non-existent at the moment and I'm a busy mumma Smiley

I've got investments sitting with USI and BTCGlobal and they are returning well; though slowly. Others say mining and lending are good opportunities.

Any thoughts, recommendations; alternative strategies, decent FB pages to connect with would be appreciated. I need to get away from these scammy, scammy sites!

Thanks Smiley



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January 02, 2018, 06:40:48 AM
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In a strict sense, this is considered a financial fraud, and the perpetrators can be sent to prison. Regardless of whether Bitcoin or Litecoin is lost, the essence is financial fraud, which has nothing to do with the blockchain and complete legal issues.

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