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August 27, 2018, 06:25:34 PM
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What happened : Fake Team

Website: https://www.penchant.network/

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Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1292036

ANN Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4962091.0

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Fake name : Louisa Barnsley

Original name : Joanna Pitkin









Original image found on http://www.ridoutmaybee.com/ip-professionals/pitkin-joanna/

Domain Information

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Website: penchant.network
Title: Penchant Token
Description: Penchant Token Airdrop

Domain Age: 7 Days
Last Refreshed: Just now
Website Speed: Fast
Website Value: $175.28

Organisation: WhoisGuard, Inc.
Owner: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Owner Address: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Owner City: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Owner Postcode: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Phone Number: REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Email: please

Owner Country : Hidden Unknown
Website Location  : United States United States

Domain Age only 7 Days
Only 4 days remain for crowdsale.

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August 27, 2018, 06:53:57 PM
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Well catch. Look like they also using bumping service. Lot of newbie account replying there. I have reported some of them. I am not sure they will ban or what. As far as I know perhaps need 3 report. I think it's a well planed scam attempt. Domain age only 7 day & after 4 days will start crowdsale  Huh How is that possible.

Tagged ANN poster.

Some sample below:

Good project

This project is very good and the team Smiley Wink


gooooood
This is good project
this  is really big airdrop and big oportunity.
Good luck

yes i knew it that this is big airdrop .

I read all peper i think project is good. Great team Good Luck.

I read all peper i think project is good. Great team Good Luck.

Good luck! Good Luck PENCHANT TOKEN!!!!

Wooowo, nicee project

nice! Smiley


I'm sure this will be very good in the future Wink Wink

Superb project huge profitable in future.

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August 27, 2018, 07:01:58 PM
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Well catch. Look like they also using bumping service. Lot of newbie account replying there. I have reported some of them. I am not sure they will ban or what. As far as I know perhaps need 3 report. I think it's a well planed scam attempt. Domain age only 7 day & after 4 days will start crowdsale  Huh How is that possible.

Tagged ANN poster.
yeah they are using newbie account to hide scam post on their ANN thread. Anyone can guess what's their plan now. Its high time to take action against them. I have already posted all proof of their fake team but some newbie accounts trying to hide my post there by making instant reply.  Only 4 days remain to start their crowdsale. Shocked

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August 27, 2018, 08:25:27 PM
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Good job finding this scammer.

We found this person.




Yohana Margaretha
http://picbear.online/margarethajo
https://jolygram.com/profile/margarethajo/photo/1751148104721268333_295450387

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August 28, 2018, 01:58:22 AM
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Hey dude,Thanks for collecting another strong proof against this scam ICO project. It will open another opportunity for investor to think twice before put their money on this bogus scam project.

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August 28, 2018, 01:18:01 PM
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I can't conclude it's scam, check their white paper they talked about being annonymous , you should contact them on telegram to know what is really happening , probably work is being done on the site, it's just 7 days old , if not most trusted pages won't promote them , deltachain , Pokemongo all used a fake team and all got investors good money, this is crypto nobody cares anymore about team, just make profit
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August 28, 2018, 01:59:32 PM
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this is crypto nobody cares anymore about team, just make profit

You are completely wrong about this... Nobody used to care about a team, but after so many scams, people now want to know who is behind an ICO project.

FAKE TEAM = SCAM
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August 28, 2018, 03:17:24 PM
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What about so many projects that have used fake pictures and are doing well, deltachain, eship, Daneel ,pkg for example

Besides one of them is from BTK marketing team, do you think such person will jeopardize his position with working project to work with an upcoming project if they are scam?!

Many people use fake team just to get approval by some exchange, it may never be for intention to scam
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August 28, 2018, 06:28:31 PM
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What about so many projects that have used fake pictures and are doing well, deltachain, eship, Daneel ,pkg for example

Many people use fake team just to get approval by some exchange, it may never be for intention to scam
hey friend, I am not agree with your thinking. people always care about legal ICO project. without genuine team you can't say an ICO is real. Its simple when a ICO project use fake team they got worse plan on their mind. For your kind information exchange always find project legality & strong community to listed them on their exchanges.

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August 28, 2018, 09:47:46 PM
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Well I have took part in many airdrop programs, and many of us didn't actually care, Because we deal with everything because it's a gamble, invest in lending platforms, invest in many airdrops that have scam us and while some called scam have done so well and people make money from it, and in today's crypto nobody cares anymore except for just envious people who think they can decide for you where to put your money,

People may stop using the forum if you keep bring up informations that may eventually be wrong.

You made me miss out on some investment when you call them scam but eventually people made money from them,  everything is worth taking a risk

Bitcoin never hard a team, who knows if they gave us a fake name satoshi nakamoto, but we all blindly buy we faith, and believe someone out there won't dump bitcoin on us someday, who knows the reason why btc fell from 20k$ to 7000$ , probably a dump on us.

A lot of exchange or review site don't care anymore, because you don't judge a book by its cover anymore, everything is unpredictable

I didn't buy deltachain because of a fake team, same with Pokemon go

Now I could have made x100 return, but I was thinking I know it all.

It's sad but it's the truth, where's fresco today??  Electroneum??  Even the legitimate projects are failing us, everybody buy whatever they like these days.   
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August 28, 2018, 09:57:06 PM
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Bitcoin never hard a team, who knows if they gave us a fake name satoshi nakamoto, but we all blindly buy we faith, and believe someone out there won't dump bitcoin on us someday, who knows the reason why btc fell from 20k$ to 7000$ , probably a dump on us.

Post a link to Bitcoin ICO with its fake team pictures and I'll red-tag satoshi.

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August 28, 2018, 10:02:49 PM
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All I am saying is that we have no proof of anything unless you know the team personally, you don't know their intentions,  being realistic now countless of project use fake team now to get on some exchange, while some exchange don't even care about your team

What happened to savedroid ICO??  Thought they had a team,  but they scam everyone, what happened with bitconnect they had a team, have an office and still scam everyone,

So every opinion these days are just assumptions and not facts, until it happens there are just opinions..


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Bitcoin never hard a team, who knows if they gave us a fake name satoshi nakamoto, but we all blindly buy we faith, and believe someone out there won't dump bitcoin on us someday, who knows the reason why btc fell from 20k$ to 7000$ , probably a dump on us.

Post a link to Bitcoin ICO with its fake team pictures and I'll red-tag satoshi.
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August 28, 2018, 11:03:15 PM
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bullshit

Let me save you the time you're wasting here by posting all these fallacies. Fake team == scam, no ifs or buts about it. A scam is a dishonest, deceptive, fraudulent scheme, and knowingly publishing fake pictures and/or names is about as deceptive as it gets. There, now you can go do something useful.

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August 29, 2018, 04:58:56 AM
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Post a link to Bitcoin ICO with its fake team pictures and I'll red-tag satoshi.
Absolutely right... fake materials is always going to produce fake products. Its looks to odd when an scam ICO revealed but there always some guys start supporting on be half of that project. Fake = Scam.  its simple.

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August 29, 2018, 10:19:00 AM
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Great finds, OP. Even though the rest of the team are not exposed as fake yet, I would bet my money on all of them being fake. Especially the project advisor, whose pic seems to be fresh off some random guy's social media profile pic.

Also ironic how the woman they used was an "intellectual property expert". Lol.

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Many people use fake team just to get approval by some exchange, it may never be for intention to scam

The fact that you're trying to defend them is ridiculous.

It's not like we don't know what they're intending to do - they're intending to steal people's money by posting a fake team on their site to gain some legitimacy and recognition as if they are actually a viable investment opportunity.

All, and I mean all ICOs who use fake profiles as their team, are guaranteed to be scams. A legitimate project simply would not

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August 29, 2018, 03:42:25 PM
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You're right with that bro, just that for so long I have been participating in airdrops, I have team has now being a less concern for me. Made lot of money from so many that even used fake team , because we found out about this ones doesn't mean there are not many out there using fake team and are doing well, it's people choice anyway,  they were warned about bit connect but they still went ahead and invest, it's like many don't care any more, and when it comes to ERC20 projects, so many shitcoins are flooding the market,  crowdsale ,ico or self drop they all call it

Great finds, OP. Even though the rest of the team are not exposed as fake yet, I would bet my money on all of them being fake. Especially the project advisor, whose pic seems to be fresh off some random guy's social media profile pic.

Also ironic how the woman they used was an "intellectual property expert". Lol.

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Many people use fake team just to get approval by some exchange, it may never be for intention to scam

The fact that you're trying to defend them is ridiculous.

It's not like we don't know what they're intending to do - they're intending to steal people's money by posting a fake team on their site to gain some legitimacy and recognition as if they are actually a viable investment opportunity.

All, and I mean all ICOs who use fake profiles as their team, are guaranteed to be scams. A legitimate project simply would not
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September 16, 2018, 08:26:42 AM
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Initial ANN thread got deleted but there are still two ANN threads existing. One ANN thread poster didn't get tagged.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4924558.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4933787.0

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2353598

They removed the fake profiles that got "caught" and replaced them with new fake team members.


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September 17, 2018, 01:23:02 PM
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They removed the fake profiles that got "caught" and replaced them with new fake team members.
This guys are using totally fake team.Their recent activities shows us what they were going to do.Thanks Xtraelv for gathering more evidence against them. I hope our respectable DT members will take imidiate action to stop this scam ICO project.

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