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July 25, 2018, 11:12:01 AM
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Hi all,
I tried to trade in listex.io, after trade I'd liked to withdrawal my BTC but I got failed all times. I tried different address and different ammount too.
Proof:
https://preview.ibb.co/d8Keoo/proof.png

I tried to ask on their discord channel but I was removed and banned few minutes later  Huh Huh Huh

I don't wanna accuse anyone of scam but this acting is not very good to me...

Can anyone have experencies with them?

Thanks!
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July 25, 2018, 12:02:20 PM
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Can anyone have experencies with them?
Why didn't you search, prior to using that exchange? There are multiple complaints on each of their threads:


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Can anyone have experencies with them?
Why didn't you search, prior to using that exchange? There are multiple complaints on each of their threads:


Hi everyone,

So sorry to everyone who was scammed with Listex.io.

UNFORTUNATELY the scammers are back and it's time for an update!

Just a update on the Raisex.io (same scammers as Listex.io) scam links:

Tourist Coin (cryptocurrency SCAM)
Listex.io (Crypto-Exchange SCAM and completed)
I-Mob Limited (Registered business linked to the above SCAMS)
Rasiex.io (Current Crypto-Exchange and SCAM is ACTIVE)
https://imobpay.eu (Selling Exchange software with same platform as raisex and listex - full of bugs SCAM)
https://www.imob.me (who knows, an Exchange example for imobpay.eu with rasiex.io mentioned on it - SCAM)

I have posted detailed proof here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5056211.msg47306099#msg47306099


And here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5052935.msg47305303#msg47305303 (raisex.io official bitcointalk forum) as this SCAM unfolds.


SCAM SCAM SCAM

SCAM tokens:

https://dyorhaven.com/dyor/coin?coin_id=raisextoken with a fake volume to trick you into buying them.
It is a ERC-20 token. Total supply 10,000,000  

https://etherscan.io/token/0x7d34c87c34a12f80912c452c528dbd24d8520e69

Here is an article published about the scammers in their home country:

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=http://edicolarosanero.altervista.org/occhio-alla-mob-play-ltd-interessata-al-palermo-basta-raschiare-un-po-e-si-scopre-che/&prev=search

Proof includes Fake volumes and how all the scammers are linked. An independent third party (tradingview.com graphs and other people posting) verify the MASSIVE reported fake volumes and inconsistencies.

Current real names of the scammers are:

Salvatore Castagna
Marianna Luisi
Sergio Rosciglione


Raisex.io the SCAM Exchange is trying to lure people to their exchange by tweeting the following:



We divide our profit with our user follower. Raisex gift you 0.01 ETH for:
1) signup in raisex
2) follow our twitter profile
3) re-twitte this post
add in comment :
1) your ethereum wallet (any)
2) username registered in http://raisex.io
time expire 1 Nov 2018

They are trying to get you to use their Exchange. Remember NEVER DEPOSIT anything with them because soon you won't be able to withdraw your coins.

It is your reputation on the line when tweeting about Raisex.io. When you promote a scam you are then become part of the scam.

What is very very unfortunate is they are succeeding. Since two days after posting 1000 new people are following them and tweeting their SCAM. They will walk away with YOUR CRYPTO.

They will be at the Blockchain Malta Summit November 1st and 2nd.


They are claiming the following people (true or not) are part of the team:

Chief Executive Officer : Simon Zoppardi simon.zoppardi@imob.me (Malta)
Chief Marketing Manager : Matteo De Santis marketing@raisex.io (Italy)
Business Development : Alan Sabina business@raisex.io (Malta)
Chief Technical Officer : Daniel Bonett daniel.bonett@imob.me (Malta)
Financial Advisor : Ethan Simmons ethan.simmons@imob.me (USA)
Head Support : Andrew Saliba support@raisex.io

Let me point out that the REAL SIMON ZOPPARDI is behind setting up the Blockchain and they are using his name pretending that he is supporting them. He is high profile so I encourage you to approach him if you are attending. Remember he is high profile and will not be sitting behind a small desk promoting Raisex.io.

Please tweet RAISEX.IO is a scam and post wherever you can! Too many people are falling for this SCAM
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