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December 15, 2018, 04:04:56 PM
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Bitsane.tech is a clone using a basic script used by many other scams exchanges.

They have 3 ways of scamming people.

1. Because of the people doing a lot of money with trading bots, they have people on telegram/discord saying that they offer a free licence for a trading bot on this website.

I was not able yet to download but I will edit post with a link to the malware and the virus scan a bit later.

2. Scamming by asking each users to make an additional deposit to withdraw balance. Randomly people will come to you and ask you to help them deposit to unlock giant balances.

I was supposed to sell some servers to a kid on discord. What happened? I was waiting for 2 days for him to pay and after he tells me if he can pay me more than 1 btc even the payment was about 0.0156 btc more or less. Here are some screens.

Fact. The person that got in touch with me never used bitcoins before. this will be fun

https://gyazo.com/da4c2d675489043e1bbb28bd81a4d18d
https://gyazo.com/4f07d5f08d3a79c88278a8e7d38c2dba

He agrees, he says he's going to buy.
Now he comes back asking for my bitpay address. I was thinking maybe he bought through bitpay, who knows?

https://gyazo.com/158205cce0f7010f00e5c6880634209b
https://gyazo.com/70838945c49993ac6962f30552f35da1

And also crying for coins: https://gyazo.com/fdb22f4a40284a11ad44d5d0fa885b00

Randomly he comes with the magnificient website bitsane.tech.
Suddenly he has 1.2 btc or something like that.
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/519493047877369910/522863050873765888/Screenshot_2018-12-13-22-50-05.png

Based on his hour, he is not based in Tanzania and also based on his IP he is based on Russia.

some more funny conversations after.
https://gyazo.com/24beb553b4a0dec17fe6b84203597b31
https://gyazo.com/bde31f27b20c3c31776d78cf9b79a518

After some research it seems bitsane.tech can't be located anywhere than in Russia.

I am administrator on some crypto servers and I have received 3 scam completed worth 0.4 btc from this kid.

This second scam attempt is about users coming to you trying to take your server and after they are promoting their service a lot. They are randomly listing a lot of shit coins.

3. If you pay 0.5 btc to bitsane.tech, I lost the email, because  I registred with a one time email, you will receive an email where if you join a "special" promotion, bitsane.tech is trading for you and in like 1-2 hours you have 5 times the money. But you can't withdraw if you don't deposit back.

Conclusion

Bitsane.tech is a scam attempt to use the image of the real Bitsane exchange that has already a good and long history. https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/bitsane/

Posting the pictures was only a part of me having fun and that's how I got more in looking about them if they scam or not.

Please report their website here: https://support.namecheap.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit&_ga=2.228914971.687343418.1544889781-869680111.1544617337

Their registrar is namecheap, I hope it is the correct link
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I initially thought that they were a phishing website for Bitsane, but turned out to just be a clone site of CEX.io.

There has been a bunch of these impersonator sites around, that are used for scamming in a multitude of ways online chatrooms. From what I've observed, all of them use the same exact cex.io script as their front-end.

As soon as they get a victim it seems like they change URLs almost immediately, in order to avoid detection. This one didn't even change their name from previous scams, it seems, as it references to a completely unrelated exchange named "Dexma" and "Cryptual", likely both exchange names used in the past to run this con.

Anyways, since there are so many of these it's impossible to keep track of them all by writing down the scam sites' URLs. They're going to be constantly popping up. Just use your common sense when someone offers you funds on these fake exchanges. It's fairly easy to detect by simple research. If you do get conned, obviously you will never be able to withdraw any funds received on their platforms.

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