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January 04, 2019, 03:26:41 PM
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What happened: New Website Ponzi

Scammers Profile Link: None

Reference Link: https://hashpalas.biz/ Archivie: http://archive.fo/oPmnw
Amount Scammed: - None
Payment Method: - None
Proof of Payment: -  None
PM/Chat Logs: - None
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I can find a lot of those ponzi with a UK licence, how it is possible?

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11682770

The address is

Code:
24 Oxford Road, London, United Kingdom, SE19 1RX
Archive: http://archive.fo/FEqmf#selection-363.0-363.48

But on the spot I can see only this building


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January 04, 2019, 05:25:57 PM
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What happened: New Website Ponzi

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I can find a lot of those ponzi with a UK licence, how it is possible?

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11682770

The address is

Code:
24 Oxford Road, London, United Kingdom, SE19 1RX
Archive: http://archive.fo/FEqmf#selection-363.0-363.48

But on the spot I can see only this building
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They don't have a UK "licence", they have a six week old UK registered company which is a very easy and cheap process with very few checks being made. Many scammers do this as UK registration is seen by people as somehow imputing legitimacy.
The capital is unpaid and the principal, Tamera Jackson is probably fictitious.

Your street view search is incorrect, your screengrab shows Oxford Street not Oxford Road.
Although the address postcode does not match the street, it is probably in an area of South London known as Crystal Palace and refers to a 3 bedroom private house in the neighbouring postcode SE19 3JH




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January 04, 2019, 05:43:14 PM
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Your street view search is incorrect, your screengrab shows Oxford Street not Oxford Road.
Although the address postcode does not match the street, it is probably in an area of South London known as Crystal Palace and refers to a 3 bedroom private house in the neighbouring postcode SE19 3JH





This was a doubt but this is what they have on their website.

https://hashpalas.biz/?a=support

Archived: http://archive.fo/FEqmf

Screen:



Maybe is something wrong with the Google API


Anyway thanks for the info about the license, I have more of "those websites".

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January 04, 2019, 05:57:57 PM
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No, they are just lying scammers, no need to overthink it.
The Companies House address is basically real, just one postcode out (I have reported it), but the website address is totally fictitious.
Oxford Street is one of the most famous shopping streets in Central London, #24 being an old building address which has been reconstructed over the years and is now part of a huge department store @ 14-29 Oxford St, trading as Primark.
+44 5782379645 is not a valid UK phone number either.

Total scam, badly constructed.



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Anyway thanks for the info about the license, I have more of "those websites".

I'm sure you do.
I actually treat a UK company registration as a red flag.
UK registration + .io or .biz address = 99% sure scam.

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January 07, 2019, 10:55:57 AM
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If I'm not blind



but here

https://hashpalas.biz/?a=paidout

They have only these 2 addresses

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/355TqAdFCBMMkB1qNWiw4VhKqypyFUUUUj



https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/39PFB8LPKY5ZXZuCsvU5PKVDAJ1SF2iVyS



Already scammed 5 BTC?!

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January 07, 2019, 11:26:35 AM
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I don't think it is necessary to create scam accusation against every single obvious ponzi or we could simple move entire investor based games to scam accusation board.
If I'm not blind
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Already scammed 5 BTC?!
Few facts:

Most information on ponzi site is fabricated.
Transaction proofs can be real but not necessary(I mean, transactions are real but could be their own transactions)
They will pay until scheme collapse.
They could also take money without paying anyone.
They will become insolvent at some point.

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January 07, 2019, 08:45:57 PM
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Quote from: marlboroza
I don't think it is necessary to create scam accusation against every single obvious ponzi

Considering how many are they, I agree. But I think a list that compiles them wouldn't be too bad, the problem is, it would take a lot of work and time :/

Welp If anything, there's badbitcoin.org where you could report this kind of frauds, it may not do well when it comes to seo but the site is already established and is already producing decent traffic.

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