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December 14, 2018, 03:01:56 PM
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Lately there have been a lot of messages like these posted on this forum:

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Website: https://crypton-exchange.net

How to get a bonus of 0.005 btc( 18$ )?

Enter this code: YQAOA in settings (promocode) https://crypton-exchange.net/profile#promocode_page )


IF YOU WANT WITHDRAW WITHOUT DEPOSIT, YOU NEED WRITE TO SUPPORT: "Hello, I want to withdraw without deposit" but before it you need to play one game in roulette from bonnus money.
 


What is the reason for the site to give me a free bonus? This is a lie? - not. This website is absolutely unique and has no analogues. Players playing against other players, not versus website, and the website will to receives a commission of 10% for each game and each withdrawal, 5% of this commission is invested by the website to invite new players.


This is a scam where they supposedly offer you a free bonus and say that you can withdraw your winnings after sending a message through their live chat.

When you place a bet on their roulette, you will always win a big amount. Then, if you contact them on the live chat, they will ask you to either send 0.01 BTC or ask you to 'verify' using a credit card.
After you've done this, they just remove your account and you don't receive anything.

Don't fall for this and don't even create an account on this website.
They will use your login data to check whether they can access other websites with that data.

Be careful!

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December 14, 2018, 03:06:15 PM
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This is a scam where they supposedly offer you a free bonus and say that you can withdraw your winnings after sending a message through their live chat.

When you place a bet on their roulette, you will always win a big amount. Then, if you contact them on the live chat, they will ask you to either send 0.01 BTC or ask you to 'verify' using a credit card.
After you've done this, they just remove your account and you don't receive anything.

Don't fall for this and don't even create an account on this website.
They will use your login data to check whether they can access other websites with that data.

Be careful!
These people are trolling the forum from last few days. Long ago I had this experience...

I found a site, they gave me some free coins to bet. I won some good amount. They then asked me to deposit some fresh coins before withdrawing the money.

I guess these way they verify that one wallet one user LOL (New kind of KYC, user per wallet)

Anyway, good post OP. I hope people the topic gets more exposure.

Good luck.

I could not stand the lies against me anymore. I can not prove them wrong too. It's better I live in peace.
So, I am willingly locking mdayonliner. Thank you BitcoinTalk. Be addictive, be a Bitcoiner.
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December 14, 2018, 03:07:37 PM
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~snipped~

Being discussed here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5081286

Yes fraudsters are really active these days polluting every section of the forum.

An obvious sh*t even by just reading the details so for newbies out there, please used your common sense.

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