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July 22, 2018, 12:50:19 PM
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Good day guys I would like to ask your opinion on whats the best way to deal with a user who is using my email address without any authorization to join airdrop bointies.
I already tracked his bitcointalk profile and the telegram account. What I did is thag I sent a pm and warned that person not to use my email address again or else next time I will gice him a negative trust with a screenshot of my evidence.
Do you think that would be fine or thier is a more proper way to handle this issue?
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July 22, 2018, 01:09:47 PM
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Do you think that would be fine or thier is a more proper way to handle this issue?
No, that's not fine/enough + your negative rating is hidden (under untrusted feedback) by default (only you can see it by default). Report that user to the bounty manager as well.

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July 22, 2018, 01:45:55 PM
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I totally agree with SFR10,

The best way to stop him, send proof if you are email owner to Bounty Manager or community manager (if they handle own airdrop), negative trust wouldn't works if he using another account.


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July 22, 2018, 02:27:27 PM
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You might want to report the guy in the reputation section(if you haven't yet).

Kinda mind boggling why he/she needed to use other people's email though. For referrals probably?

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July 22, 2018, 02:51:46 PM
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Go directly to the reputation as mentioned previously, your trust has no effect. It is very lame to use someone elses email.

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July 22, 2018, 03:01:06 PM
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Good day guys I would like to ask your opinion on whats the best way to deal with a user who is using my email address without any authorization to join airdrop bointies.
I already tracked his bitcointalk profile and the telegram account.
how can you be sure that it is his real forum profile and tg account
if your suspicion only based on spreadsheet entry with your email address and bctalk profile used together,
the perp might as well use a hijacked forum profile, unless he clearly posted your email address in the forum using that forum account
the only way to track him is by his payment address, but crypto is pseudonymous Undecided
contacting the bounty manager to rectify the situation is the first step you must do

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July 22, 2018, 11:36:59 PM
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You might want to report the guy in the reputation section(if you haven't yet).

Kinda mind boggling why he/she needed to use other people's email though. For referrals probably?

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Thanks for this bud I will warn the person first but if it happened again I will do your recommendation. Ive been noticing lately that most airdrops doesnt have website and ann so clearly they are just trying to collect other users email and other info to use in thier own advantage. Its not fair because they earn and you get alot of spam emails in your inbox.

Good day guys I would like to ask your opinion on whats the best way to deal with a user who is using my email address without any authorization to join airdrop bointies.
I already tracked his bitcointalk profile and the telegram account.
how can you be sure that it is his real forum profile and tg account
if your suspicion only based on spreadsheet entry with your email address and bctalk profile used together,
the perp might as well use a hijacked forum profile, unless he clearly posted your email address in the forum using that forum account
the only way to track him is by his payment address, but crypto is pseudonymous Undecided
contacting the bounty manager to rectify the situation is the first step you must do
Im sure 100% because I was able to track the telegram UID in btctalk search. I cant contact any bounty managers because the airdrop dlesnt have any Ann thread here in btctalk.
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