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TO MODERATOR: THERE ARE NO NAMES AND PERSONAL DATA. JUST LINKS TO PUBLIC PROFILES(https://www.facebook.com/zuck is not personal data. It's just a public link). SO DON'T MOVE THIS TO INVESTIGATIONS. ALL THE PEOPLE SHOULD SEE THIS TOPIC. I ALSO ASK USERS NOT TO POST ANY NAMES HERE.


Changelly may attempt to confiscate your funds [BACKUP]
[Call For Changelly Victims] TELL YOUR STORY - see post [BACKUP]
Changelly failed transaction for 3 BTC (~ $20k) STOLE MY MONEY? [BACKUP]
Suddenly changelly requires a KYC / AML procedure. But how do I proof ownership of my coins?? [BACKUP]
Changelly is pure fraud please be aware [BACKUP]

I found these examples in minutes of searching. Maybe they returned the coins to someone. Perhaps one of these people is even a criminal and has dirty coins.

But what right does this bunch from St. Petersburg have in order to appropriate other people's coins?

They are not a court, not a bank or even a real legitimate exchange(they even keep the address of their office in secret). It's just a bunch of guys who bought an offshore company in a far country and run their business from Russia, from a country where cryptocurrencies have a controversial status and no Russian legal authority controls their activities.

Someone will tell me that they send all this blocked coins to some Europol. Do not be children. Even if in 1 percent of cases they worked with some kind of Europol, then in 99% of cases they left the coins for themselves.
Just look at my case. Why does Europol need my coins, even if they themselves have no questions about purity of my coins?

It is absolutely clear that my coins will remain with them and they will use it, as well as all other coins from other cases. It's just a hunt for big deposits with the help of KYC story. If people exchange hundreds of thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency, then it is clear that many of them want to do it anonymously. But these Russian businessmen understand this and use this fact in their own interests.

Obviously, traveling around the world and fooling people at conferences costs a lot of money.

If they simply don’t like someone’s coins, they should return it to the sender’s wallet. If they are absolutely sure that this coins has been stolen, then they should immediately report this incident to the police. They do not have the authority to freeze it (because they are NOBODY). If someone keeps criminal money, he is a criminal himself.





PREFACE


A week ago this investigation was published
Russian Changelly, Atomic Wallet, ChangeNOW, Guarda, Ink.one, Evercode Lab (for unregistered users)
It tells about the close relationship between these companies.

One of these companies ChangeNOW, which in my opinion is just a part of Changelly, is illegally holding my money for several months. At the same time, I was a customer of Changelly and have whitelisted account there and exchanged hundreds of bitcoins in recent months without any kind of KYC. (it's funny but they gave me whitelisted account after ChangeNOW's scam!) The fact is that I have 5-year-old crystal clear coins, so it never aroused suspicion from anyone. But their child(ChangeNOW) was too stupid and did not understand this, and decided to clash with bitcoin pioneer.

I turned to Changelly and asked for help. I am absolutely sure that Changelly has absolute power over ChangeNOW. If Changelly demanded to return the money, ChangeNOW would return it. But they ignored me.

Therefore, there was the topic-investigation and comments in many places.

And Changelly began to protect its child:

BACKUP
They began to repeat the same thing as ChangeNOW.

They began to spread the lie that I am engaged in document forgery(a serious crime). Although they know perfectly well that I just sent several JPG files (to absoulutely anonymous people which always advertised themselves as an anonymous service: Google, their own topic). There is no country in which JPG file could be a document, so I have the right to send any JPG files. This is not a violation of any law.
My nitpicking may seem ridiculous to you. But it's not so funny when you are accused of forging documents. Most people imagine that I took a real paper passport, re-stitched the photo, changed the text, and so on. But it's not, I just sent JPG file from Google.images to some anonymous site. And no one has the right to blame me for what was not. All they can blame me is that I sent images that they did not like. But they are play by these words to show people that I am a criminal. A self-respecting company can not use such manipulations.


Also Changelly and Atomic Wallet(another Changelly's child) began to protect ChangeNOW together (agree that only very close companies will do so):



later they got scared, deleted the feedback and began to deny that they left it.



We are wondering how exactly we protect these services and where our so-called feedback was left as none of these actions have ever been done.

They try to explain to people that I'm liar and that feedback screenshot is a fake.






ILLEGAL EXCHANGER CHANGELLY


Changelly accuse me of sending fake pictures and screenshots. So let's talk about REAL FAKE.

They always say that they are located in Czech. But this is a lie. Changelly is located in Russia and is controlled from there.




Let's check a few tweets from Changelly's official twitter
https://twitter.com/Changelly_team/status/1042051000054571017 BACKUP
https://twitter.com/Changelly_team/status/1040680699454529537 BACKUP


And here are the people we see:

CEO (since September)
https://twitter.com/ilyabere BACKUP
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilyabere/ BACKUP BACKUP 2
REAL PAGES WITH ANOTHER SECOND NAME
https://www.facebook.com/ilya.berezovskiy BACKUP
https://vk.com/berezovskiy BACKUP


Head of Marketing
https://twitter.com/GalaChangelly BACKUP
https://www.linkedin.com/in/gala-grigoreva/ BACKUP BACKUP 2
REAL PAGE
https://www.facebook.com/galina.grigoryeva BACKUP


Director Of Public Relations
https://twitter.com/kolesovaalex BACKUP
https://www.linkedin.com/in/sashakolesova/ BACKUP BACKUP 2
REAL PAGES
https://www.facebook.com/alexanderakolesova BACKUP
https://vk.com/alexanderakolesova BACKUP BACKUP 2


The Head of Business Development. Token Listing
https://twitter.com/RosebrookAnna BACKUP
https://www.linkedin.com/in/annachangelly/ BACKUP BACKUP 2
REAL PAGE WITH ANOTHER SECOND NAME
https://vk.com/permyakova_anna BACKUP BACKUP 2


Founder and former CEO
https://twitter.com/gladkos BACKUP
https://www.linkedin.com/in/gladkos/ BACKUP BACKUP 2
https://www.facebook.com/gladkos BACKUP 2012's BACKUP (another second name)
REAL PAGES WITH ANOTHER SECOND NAME
https://vk.com/gladkos BACKUP BACKUP 2 2013's BACKUP
http://web.archive.org/web/20180928204320/https://www.google.com/search?q=gladyshev+changelly


You will laugh, but the founder of the world-famous company deleted his page after yesterday's email
https://web.archive.org/web/20180921083918/https://vk.com/gladkos?2 Yesterday's BACKUP
Is 100 BCH really worth it? Of course, this is worthy of the world-famous service' founder.





I tried to find the others, but apparently the names have been changed so much that it is extremely difficult to find them.
Nevertheless, the people listed above are the key persons of the company.

They claim that they are in Prague. But their real pages indicate that they are in St. Petersburg.

You see a lot of people in their office. They proudly call themselves a Czech company.
https://twitter.com/gladkos/status/1039511463583342594 BACKUP

Let someone turn on the camera, record the office and employees(not a single person, but at least a two-thirds of those who are in the photo including few key persons) and go to Prague's street and record a few cars. I will immediately apologize and remove this topic.






1)
Otherwise, I just do not understand how anyone can take this service seriously. They travel around the world, look for partners, pretend to be a Czech company and are represented by fake names.
Just tell me if it's possible to trust the money to such people?
I'm just wondering what names are indicated on their badges at the conferences. Real names or fake names? It seems to me that a badge is more a document rather than a jgp file.


2)
I'm sure that all their customers risk money.
Why do these people pretend and change their names? In Russia, cryptocurrencies do not have a legal status. There is no legislation about this.


Moreover, the authorities's official attitude to cryptocurrencies is extremely ambiguous. Some authorities call for everything to be legitimized. Others require strict punishment of people employed in the crypto business.


A letter from the Central Bank of Russia on the use of private "virtual currencies" (crypto currency)
https://www.cbr.ru/press/pr/?file=04092017_183512if2017-09-04T18_31_05.htm
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Crypto-currencies are issued by an unlimited circle of anonymous entities. Due to the anonymous nature of the issuance of crypto-currency, citizens and legal entities may be involved in illegal activities, including legalization (laundering) of proceeds from crime and financing of terrorism.
...


A letter from Russian Federal Tax Service
http://docs.cntd.ru/document/456022863
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In accordance with the information message of Rosfinmonitoring posted on the official website of www.fedsfm.ru, the use of crypto-currencies in transactions is the basis for considering the issue of classifying such transactions (transactions) as transactions (operations) aimed at legalization (laundering) of proceeds received by a criminal way, and the financing of terrorism.
...


Due to the lack of legislative and judicial practice, the work of cryptoexchange can be attributed to illegal banking. This will depend solely on the considerations of the state investigator or prosecutor. It is worth noting that the application and interpretation of laws in Russia is extremely floating and unstable.

https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3401649
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The Russian Interior Ministry reported on the detention of three people in Kostroma Oblast, who, as stated in the department, "carried out illegal banking activities by using one of the international payment systems and a site for the exchange of bitcoins." They are charged under part 2 of Article 172 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (illegal banking activities committed by an organized group), the maximum penalty for it is seven years of imprisonment.
...


Therefore, it is somewhat dangerous to engage in crypto business in Russia. At a time when your transaction has been delayed for some reason, people in masks can break into the exchanger's office and your money will likely become material evidence for years to come.

You can never be sure that these masked people will not come to them because of illegal banking activities or non-payment of taxes.





It is also worth noting that in Russia you can not organize a large illegal business without bribes. Therefore, it is likely that some of the proceeds go to corrupt officials. So many of you probably support corruption in Russia.
I do not claim this, I have no proof. I'm just saying that you can not have a big shady business without bribes. Perhaps this company is an exception. I don't know.



PS: For those who think they are from Belize or Malta. This is an offshore zone in which you can absolutely anonymously buy a company. Price for Belize company is about $1000, price for Malta company is about $3000. Such a company does not give you any rights in your own country. I mean, you can not buy a company in Netherlands and then sell drugs from the Arab Emirates. That is, you should always conduct activities in accordance with the laws of your country. Offshore companies are mostly bought to minimize taxes and hide real business owners.

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September 22, 2018, 12:45:42 PM
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If I remember correctly you sent them pictures of Trump and Putin and you should state this clearly on the OP. Because the public character of these personalities clear you of any intention to trick them and shows that it was just a way of you to refuse to comply with their blackmail for your personal documents. Are you really taking their accusations of forgery seriously? Its just scammers talk. Burn those scammers.

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September 22, 2018, 02:21:36 PM
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No matter what the OP sent to changenow they should not have asked for KYC in the first place because these scammers are based in Russia but use a registered company in Belize and EU office mailing addresses in Amsterdam.

These scammers tried to rob the OP by selective scamming but the OP paid for banner adverts to expose the scamming thieves and stopped others from being robbed.

Thank you OP Smiley

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Wow! So many comments. The audience is huge! 2-3 people in comments  aaaand they just comment all ni23457 posts...Hmmm I forgot...Is it called SHILLS?  Grin

Ni23457, your investigations are becoming boring. Nothing new, no action, no drama. And nobody cares except your shills. I’m very disappointed  Cry
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Wow! So many comments. The audience is huge! 2-3 people in comments  aaaand they just comment all ni23457 posts...Hmmm I forgot...Is it called SHILLS?  Grin

Ni23457, your investigations are becoming boring. Nothing new, no action, no drama. And nobody cares except your shills. I’m very disappointed  Cry


Why this guy hasn't been tagged ? he's  clearly  a member of changenow...
Please any DT member here can tag him ?  he promote SCAM
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Wow! So many comments. The audience is huge! 2-3 people in comments  aaaand they just comment all ni23457 posts...Hmmm I forgot...Is it called SHILLS?  Grin

Ni23457, your investigations are becoming boring. Nothing new, no action, no drama. And nobody cares except your shills. I’m very disappointed  Cry


Why this guy hasn't been tagged ? he's  clearly  a member of changenow...
Please any DT member here can tag him ?  he promote SCAM

Lol, I do not promote any service. I struggle with ni23457’s scam
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September 23, 2018, 12:29:32 AM
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never really like CHANGELLY services, used it once on my coinomi wallet and i ended up receiving slightly less LTC when converted a small amount of BTC compared to what it showed i was suppose to get. it was too small that i didn't bother about it and since i didn't take any screen-shots to prove anything against them, and due to it being a very tiny bit of LTC so i just ignored it BUT decided to never ever use their service again.

I am not accusing Changelly for anything as it could be a glitch or something and since i didn't have any solid proof against them, but this is a 0% error ratio game, i do not want to send a dozen email to someone to solve an issue of missing crypto that may never show up. so Changelly is a no go for me anyway  Grin

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never really like CHANGELLY services, used it once on my coinomi wallet and i ended up receiving slightly less LTC when converted a small amount of BTC compared to what it showed i was suppose to get. it was too small that i didn't bother about it and since i didn't take any screen-shots to prove anything against them, and due to it being a very tiny bit of LTC so i just ignored it BUT decided to never ever use their service again.

I am not accusing Changelly for anything as it could be a glitch or something and since i didn't have any solid proof against them, but this is a 0% error ratio game, i do not want to send a dozen email to someone to solve an issue of missing crypto that may never show up. so Changelly is a no go for me anyway  Grin

Thank you for writing your experience with Changelly here. I used it a couple of times earlier this year but will NEVER use Changelly again after reading the OP comments and screenshots.

As far as I am concerned Changelly, Changenow, Evercode and Atomic Swaps are all scams !

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Why this guy hasn't been tagged ? he's  clearly  a member of changenow...
Please any DT member here can tag him ?  he promote SCAM

Lol, I do not promote any service. I struggle with ni23457’s scam

But how I can be a scammer, you cheap slut?

One of these companies ChangeNOW, which in my opinion is just a part of Changelly, is illegally holding my money for several months. At the same time, I was a customer of Changelly and have whitelisted account there and exchanged hundreds of bitcoins in recent months without any kind of KYC. The fact is that I have 5-year-old crystal clear coins, so it never aroused suspicion from anyone. But their child(ChangeNOW) was too stupid
They constantly see this phrase, but they do not refute it.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll


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Internet Trolls like ni23457 will spend everything (time, money, etc) to gain attention from others.

Bitcointalk.org is a forum, so it is not immune to forum trolls.
"they want attention". please do not feed trolls.
Just got bored of watching some pointless threads.
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Just got bored of watching some pointless threads.
Pointless? These threads are about stealing of $70 000. How much money did you earn in your entire life?

Oh, you are just their bounty hunter, I found you in the spreadsheet. Unfortunately those people whom you protect do not perceive you as a person https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4470601.msg45796190#msg45796190

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll


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Internet Trolls like ni23457 will spend everything (time, money, etc) to gain attention from others.

Bitcointalk.org is a forum, so it is not immune to forum trolls.
"they want attention". please do not feed trolls.
Just got bored of watching some pointless threads.

No, you are wrong. these Threads are about a troll kid who wants to have fun with Bitcointalk.org users by making provocative threads.

As I said, The best way to deal with trolls is to ignoring them. So, if you think they will come to continue answering to your (not)funny threads, you are wrong, they just simply ignoring you Smiley

Have fun Mr detective!
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll


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Bitcointalk.org is a forum, so it is not immune to forum trolls.
"they want attention". please do not feed trolls.
Just got bored of watching some pointless threads.

Time to use the IGNORE button on this multiple account newbie fool  Grin

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Changelly said we can exchange  btc no matter the amount without KYC
However they asked for KYC for this guy

So yes changelly is a scam, they must be arrested
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Changelly said we can exchange  btc no matter the amount without KYC
However they asked for KYC for this guy

So yes changelly is a scam, they must be arrested

Ever since the OP exposed the connection between Evercode, Changenow, Changelly, Atomic Swaps we are all advised to keep away from those scammers.

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September 24, 2018, 02:31:59 PM
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Wow, just wow.

Simply business model was to operate without kyc.
If they changed their mind they should inform before taking deposit.

Sorry but this is maybe not scammy behaviour but definitely dick move which earned a slap for whomever choose to act this way.

Op clearly is at lost. If he is at lost someone made money. My guess will be "changelly"
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Wow, just wow.

Simply business model was to operate without kyc.
If they changed their mind they should inform before taking deposit.

Sorry but this is maybe not scammy behaviour but definitely dick move which earned a slap for whomever choose to act this way.

Op clearly is at lost. If he is at lost someone made money. My guess will be "changelly"

The non-KYC business model is one thing but the selective scamming of customers by freezing their accounts then asking for ID is a different thing altogether.

Ever since the OP exposed the connection between Evercode, Changenow, Changelly and Atomic Swaps I have decided to keep well away from them all and request everybody stops using them.

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Changelly is officially incorporated in Malta and our activity is fully compliant with Malta legal framework. What is more, our company is one of the leaders on the market with 3 years of trustworthy service provided for more than 2M customers. Please take into consideration that Changelly offers publicly available solutions like API and a white-label that are widely used by exchange companies like Excap, Coinswitch, ChangeNOW and many others. We are also struggling with many fishing services that have no connection with Changelly at all. As we could understand, the transaction in question wasn’t even initiated via our service but via ChangeNOW. It is significant to mention that we are not responsible for any transactions performed via services using our API as literally everyone can use it and create their own exchange services.

Changelly is a non-custodial instant cryptocurrency exchange. We act as an intermediary between crypto exchanges and users, offering access to 130+ cryptocurrencies. The company mission is making exchange process effortless for everyone who wants to invest in cryptocurrency. Operating since 2015, the platform and its mobile app attract over a million visitors monthly who enjoy high limits, fast transactions, and 24/7 live support.

Changelly offers its API and a customizable payment widget to any crypto service that wishes to broaden its audience and implement new exchange options. The platform also provides its Affiliate program with a 50% revenue share mechanism.

Changelly partners with Exodus, Binance, BRD, Coinpayments, Binance, Coinomi, Huobi Wallet and other well-known players in the crypto industry

We offer you an intuitive interface, the best exchange rates and secure transactions. We aspire to establish mutual trust with our clients; thereof we don’t have any hidden or unreasonable fees. We always charge only 0.5% fee for crypto-to-crypto transactions and that’s it, full stop.
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September 24, 2018, 04:07:37 PM
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Changelly said we can exchange  btc no matter the amount without KYC
However they asked for KYC for this guy

So yes changelly is a scam, they must be arrested

The matter is that the author's transaction wasn't processed on Changelly. We have no access to any data concerning the user's transaction.


Changelly is a non-custodial instant cryptocurrency exchange. We act as an intermediary between crypto exchanges and users, offering access to 130+ cryptocurrencies. The company mission is making exchange process effortless for everyone who wants to invest in cryptocurrency. Operating since 2015, the platform and its mobile app attract over a million visitors monthly who enjoy high limits, fast transactions, and 24/7 live support.

Changelly offers its API and a customizable payment widget to any crypto service that wishes to broaden its audience and implement new exchange options. The platform also provides its Affiliate program with a 50% revenue share mechanism.

Changelly partners with Exodus, Binance, BRD, Coinpayments, Binance, Coinomi, Huobi Wallet and other well-known players in the crypto industry

We offer you an intuitive interface, the best exchange rates and secure transactions. We aspire to establish mutual trust with our clients; thereof we don’t have any hidden or unreasonable fees. We always charge only 0.5% fee for crypto-to-crypto transactions and that’s it, full stop.
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September 24, 2018, 04:41:08 PM
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Wow, just wow.

Simply business model was to operate without kyc.
If they changed their mind they should inform before taking deposit.

Changelly is part of cryptocurrency ecosystem that has to implement KYC procedure to comply with the regulators' policies. To be fair, suspending transactions, if detected, is a common practice in every financial structure.
It is necessary to say that we always warn users about KYC check BEFORE they send a deposit to us. Sending money to Changelly is not possible if the box is not ticked. Please check - > https://imgur.com/a/vMjGbG9. If not ready, customers must refuse from performing a transaction.
We all need to understand that the government regulations is an inevitable side-effect of mass adoption, so we need to stick with common sense and provide users with the best experience possible in the current circumstances. That’s why 99,5% of overall transactions are still processed anonymously on our service.

Once again, the customer didn't use Changelly for the transaction that got subjected to KYC check. Hence, we do recommend to contact the support team of the relevant service on all matters.

Changelly is a non-custodial instant cryptocurrency exchange. We act as an intermediary between crypto exchanges and users, offering access to 130+ cryptocurrencies. The company mission is making exchange process effortless for everyone who wants to invest in cryptocurrency. Operating since 2015, the platform and its mobile app attract over a million visitors monthly who enjoy high limits, fast transactions, and 24/7 live support.

Changelly offers its API and a customizable payment widget to any crypto service that wishes to broaden its audience and implement new exchange options. The platform also provides its Affiliate program with a 50% revenue share mechanism.

Changelly partners with Exodus, Binance, BRD, Coinpayments, Binance, Coinomi, Huobi Wallet and other well-known players in the crypto industry

We offer you an intuitive interface, the best exchange rates and secure transactions. We aspire to establish mutual trust with our clients; thereof we don’t have any hidden or unreasonable fees. We always charge only 0.5% fee for crypto-to-crypto transactions and that’s it, full stop.
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