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August 24, 2018, 06:38:01 PM
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I saw 70-80% ico are scam which are not reliable .they do smart work and making projects by invester and advisers and after not giving token ,making scami .what to do with them. Have you ever fallen in scams ? I am fallen some time .
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August 24, 2018, 06:41:51 PM
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There are scammers every where both in real life business and online business, it is in your place to be careful before investing in any business because it will be very difficult to retrieve your money when it is gone.

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August 24, 2018, 06:45:39 PM
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I saw 70-80% ico are scam which are not reliable .they do smart work and making projects by invester and advisers and after not giving token ,making scami .what to do with them. Have you ever fallen in scams ? I am fallen some time .
I think that if you have been engaged in crypto currency for at least one year, then at least once during this time you had to deal with scammers. Currently, there are too many such projects. Investing is dangerous. Unless you are 100 percent sure that the team that stands behind the project is real and professional. It seems to me that this should be regulated precisely at the level of legislative acts. And not one country but many states. Otherwise, we all will face this for a very long time.

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August 24, 2018, 06:47:43 PM
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This I find often when the ICO can buy a credible 5 * points easily. I've been tricked by a lot of scams and lost a little bit of ETH but in return I got the rutsra experience needed to participate in an ICO. Before joining I need to consider many things of that ICO such as WHITELIST, pp, ..
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August 24, 2018, 06:52:20 PM
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The only thing you could do is filing a lawsuit against them if you can afford the expenses and if they are within the same jurisdiction that can impose fraud laws on them, however, I doubt that anything would come out of this. Online, your investing is your own responsibility. Doing your part will enhance the chance of not getting scammed, though it won't prevent it entirely.
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August 24, 2018, 06:55:40 PM
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Great question.

(1) Use common sense...don't buy into deals that are too good to be true.

(2) Report the likely scams in the Scams and Accusations board

(3) Warn others if you've been the victim to a scam.

If we keep looking out for each other we'll all succeed.

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August 24, 2018, 07:04:31 PM
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I saw 70-80% ico are scam which are not reliable .they do smart work and making projects by invester and advisers and after not giving token ,making scami .what to do with them. Have you ever fallen in scams ? I am fallen some time .
What to do? Seems like an obvious answer out them and shame them, if they broke a law jail them. Scamming is theft, there is no way around it and it's wrong.














 

 

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August 24, 2018, 07:17:21 PM
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We're watching a scam ICO on the forum here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4691540.msg44620103#msg44620103

With a bunch of shills posting it's a "great project" because they want to cash out the airdrop and bounty tokens.

It's 100% obvious that no ICO should change their whitepaper and protocol mid-ICO but since there are no rules or standards it's like the wild west for investors currently. Just don't invest in ANYTHING until all of money dries up for scammers to have any incentive to waste peoples time.


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August 24, 2018, 07:48:38 PM
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The only thing you could do is filing a lawsuit against them if you can afford the expenses and if they are within the same jurisdiction that can impose fraud laws on them, however, I doubt that anything would come out of this. Online, your investing is your own responsibility. Doing your part will enhance the chance of not getting scammed, though it won't prevent it entirely.

Its so hard to file lawsuits because those guys will go and hide. So we should be really careful about investing this days, those scammers are hard to detect and because they know they can hide (at least) from authorities because market is free and unregulated. Hope though that few who have been found guilty should spend jail time.

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August 24, 2018, 07:59:15 PM
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I saw 70-80% ico are scam which are not reliable .they do smart work and making projects by invester and advisers and after not giving token ,making scami .what to do with them. Have you ever fallen in scams ? I am fallen some time .

Scam was and will be wherever possible. What can we do with the scammers? Nothing, they are not so stupid that they could be caught (except for some). It's only in your power to look carefully where you invest money.
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August 24, 2018, 08:03:18 PM
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Scammers will be found all around and nothing could change the reality as everything is happening through the internet connectivity. We need to be cautious understanding the reality and get rid of scammers finding them. Very few has got the tendency to find the scammer from his conversation itself. It is good to report finding them, so that others too will get benefited.

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August 24, 2018, 08:03:50 PM
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If you have just fallen for a scam, you shouldn't feel embarrassed. It can happen to anyone. Scammers are constantly refining their scams to make them as effective as possible. They know what works and what doesn't. Victims of scams don't always report when they've been conned because they feel embarrassed for having fallen for a scam.It can be hard to bring scammers to justice because of the difficulties associated with tracking them down. Scammers often cover their tracks by using fake or stolen identities, coupled with anonymizing Internet services, spoofed e-mail addresses, and disposable phone numbers. however, here are some tips you have to know and do when being scammed;

File a Police Report

File a Fraud Victim Statement"(a.k.a Extended Fraud Alert) with the 3 Major Credit Bureaus; (Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax)

Consider a "Security Freeze" of Your Credit Reports

Update Your Anti-malware Software and Scan Your Computer

Call Your Credit Card Company or Bank Immediately After You Realize That You've Been Scammed

i hope his few tips could help
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August 24, 2018, 08:27:47 PM
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Its difficult for people wanting to get into ICO'S, it is difficult to know what is
real and wgat is a scam, and the scammers know that. The trouble with naming
the scammers is that it can take a while to figure out what is a scam and it
means the scammers can make off with their reward.

The only way is to not get into any ICO's, play it safe but this would hurt the
legitimate orojects also.

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August 24, 2018, 08:37:08 PM
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The easiest way to recognize them is to do research. but first you should consult those people who have encountered such frauds. this can be very useful.
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August 24, 2018, 08:46:13 PM
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Do proper research on the ICO before you invest, and don't be too greedy for lucrative offer , it is better to afford what you can afford to reduce the risk
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August 24, 2018, 08:52:18 PM
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I saw 70-80% ico are scam which are not reliable .they do smart work and making projects by invester and advisers and after not giving token ,making scami .what to do with them. Have you ever fallen in scams ? I am fallen some time .

If projects sound too good to be true they usually are, f*ck the scammers though, scum of the earth.
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August 24, 2018, 08:55:20 PM
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Unfortunately, ther is nt much that you or anyone else can do to scammers. Thing is, you have to be more watchful so as to not fall prey. The world is getting more corrupt by the day one has to be increasingly careful than before. I advcoe that you become watchful and check the credibility of ICO's you invest in
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August 24, 2018, 08:59:41 PM
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Scammers are just everywhere.the funny aspect of it is that ,they can even be in this platform and make contributions to what you will do to them when caught and take up your geniue ideas and improve on it ,in order to avoid been caught..the truth is that we should not be excessively greedy.,endeavor to Carry out an extensive survey to every invest and be sure of the foundation.we should also be fast is raising alarm in every suspicion activity.
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August 24, 2018, 09:06:32 PM
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I saw 70-80% ico are scam which are not reliable .they do smart work and making projects by invester and advisers and after not giving token ,making scami .what to do with them. Have you ever fallen in scams ? I am fallen some time .
I would say with more than 80%. at least 90%. You have to be careful not to lose time and money ...

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August 24, 2018, 09:08:07 PM
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It is true. Nowadays, you can hardly distinguish which project is legit and which one is scam. Some are too smart making their drawing projects too realistic to the point of promising the heaven and earth to their investors. What to do with them, i think if we are ready to quit in cryptocurrency then we can also avoid this scam ICOs but to stop in crypto could also mean to stop dreaming.

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