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September 26, 2018, 08:31:21 PM
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https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/careful-scam-dmitry-dolgolaptsev/
Please carefully and seriously to this post!
I want to draw your attention to the personality of John Wright Gotts. A person who has good skills in persuasion and fraud.
Perhaps you will ask a question...Why is this man a fraud?  I'll answer...
He began his cryptographic work in 2018, when he founded the project Bitcoinlatina (bitcoinlatina.org). After three months of the project BitcoinLatina man closed the auction, thereby causing material damage to all investors and did not return the funds and explained it by the fact that everything happens because of the bad people.
A lot of investors and miners suffered at that moment. One of the victims of the fraudster John Wright Gotts, a successful founder of Bitshares-Stan Larimer
Here's what he thinks of this man: https://steemit.com/bitshares/@stan/john-gotts-just-violated-the-crypto-code-of-the-hills
And I quote from the communication on the issues of punishment John Gotts:
"Well, there is certainly a case against him a mile high.  The question is whether anyone wants to bear the cost of pressing charges since as far as we know he has no money.  The FBI fold us they might look into it if civil action more any fruit."
This John Wright Gotts did not stop and went on, gathering a team that is not competent in cryptography (Blockchain), he decided to create a new coin, explaining that the damage of bad people and learn from mistakes.
After he started working on a new project and the BTCL token - there was a lot of deception on his part and promises of a good life, he promised all million contracts and rich investors. Do you know how he decided to distribute the funds that investors would have contributed to the project, if they were? - He decided to distribute them to the whole team for their work.
That is, it turns out that the funds that the investor invested in the project would be stolen and distributed to all who participated in the project. But at some point something went wrong and after almost six months of work on John Wright Gotts, he abruptly announces that the project is closed and said thank you to all.
A week later, we learn by chance that John Wright Gotts in a narrow circle creates another project, which is probably the same as all his other projects and will not begin its existence.
Called this project "BitcoinEduco" which in essence were designed for education students, the development of Blockchain. That is, it turns out that a person without competent people and without having an idea about the Blockchain, was going to teach students around the world.
But this project did not begin its existence and was closed a few weeks later... Which doesn't even surprise me...
And here I come to the point, why am I now writing You all. I want you, the investors, and the others...secure from this man!
Dear John Wright Gotts launches new project Stokens.com (Token: STKN). I don't know what this project is about this time, but I assure you. That if you make an investment in this project, you expect that you will be deceived by this man, he is given it easily.
It is also likely that this person will refer to cooperation with famous people or successful crypto projects - Elon Musk, Ripple, Stellar...but as practice has shown, all this is a lie.
We are doing everything to stop this man at the end, we have given the application to the SEC, but perhaps our strength or knowledge of this is absolutely negligible. If you can help us in any way, please contact us!
Stokens (STKN) - SCAM! John Wright Gotts Is A Fraud!
Be careful! With all due respect!

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September 27, 2018, 04:12:04 AM
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Scam report example:

What happened::
I saw escrow.ms's lolipop thread 4 days ago and placed a order for 1000 lolipops. After I sent him payment, he just went offline and never came back. I think he's a big liar and a scam artist. Stay away from him.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=76380

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260070.0

Amount Scammed: 2 BTC/$176.40
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment:
http://blockchain.info/tx/b80f35cebae98fcbd8eb0e2eaea6def41f90ad01086ad830ba23094ac3c3b165

PM/Chat Logs: http://i.imgur.com/8UbLVSc.png
Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

Last scam:  ⚡ [ANN] [BCL] BitcoinLatina | For Latin America | First EOS-based blockchain ⚡

https://stokens.com

I think it will be better for you to post like this: " The old scammers from BitcoinLatina is back with another scam project [ Stokens ] " so people will remember the past scam of it and that is now creating another  scam project [ Stokens ]

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October 10, 2018, 11:27:52 AM
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After he started working on a new project and the BTCL token

The scam token is Bitcoin Latina, which I think is BCL not BTCL - BTC Lite, which is a legit project. Just wanted to clarify.

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