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August 13, 2018, 05:22:37 PM
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As I open account in cryptochain.work few month ago and doesn't add any fund on it but 3 days ago email sent as 1 BTC sent.and while open it says some btc required to verify my transcation. screenshot of dialog

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August 13, 2018, 06:09:20 PM
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Its a scam and you just got scammed 1 BTC just because you got a dream of earning 0.05 BTC by depositing little over 1.1 BTC. Its a ponzi + they used a template if you check the html code properly as it contains "<!---!>" which is often used by developers to give a little bit of guide to their customers in developing site on their own.

Plus have you searched for the address they have mentioned in their site? "1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043 US" Go have a look



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August 13, 2018, 08:42:01 PM
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I'm still amazed that there are still people believing this type of scheme, it will be considerable if you only invest for just pennies but you risk your 1 btc lmao. I hope you will be enlightened now and you'll serve this as a lesson. I would try my luck in gambling than investing in this ponzi sites.

BTW nice find there Avirunes.


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August 14, 2018, 04:29:58 AM
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Its a scam
This.

you just got scammed 1 BTC just because you got a dream of earning 0.05 BTC by depositing little over 1.1 BTC.
you risk your 1 btc lmao.
Just to make it clear, "Bebak12" never deposited any funds. He/she created this thread because of the email itself (different from what the website promises to deliver [5% on balances] - A desperate move by them):

As I open account in cryptochain.work few month ago and doesn't add any fund on it but 3 days ago email sent as 1 BTC sent.and while open it says some btc required to verify my transcation. screenshot of dialog

To OP: Where/how did you find this scam online wallet?

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August 14, 2018, 05:10:50 PM
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As I open account in cryptochain.work few month ago and doesn't add any fund on it but 3 days ago email sent as 1 BTC sent.and while open it says some btc required to verify my transcation. screenshot of dialog

To OP: Where/how did you find this scam online wallet?
The OP is yet to be online after he/she created this thread.

OP, no genuine wallet provider will pay you 5% weekly cash back on your balance cause this seems good to be true and anything that is seems good to be true in Crypto currency sphere is definitely a scam. Why don't you ask yourself where would that cash back % come from and how would they pay the maintenances fee etc. Inaddition, don't invest also in any investment that promise you ROI either weekly or monthly.

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August 14, 2018, 08:30:46 PM
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yeah idk. very suspect
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