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December 31, 2018, 12:59:39 PM
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scamming with Bitxbit.org


part 1 - it starts with  " Do you trade?" making sure you hold some funds  Grin










Part 2 - trying to gain trust....









part 3 -  keep em reserved for future scams....


part 4 - you call him scammer and he just block you    Grin
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December 31, 2018, 01:53:46 PM
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Thanks Cyrus for moving the thread to the right forum..

i forgot to mention that person's Telegram username ->
   @feece
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December 31, 2018, 02:53:22 PM
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Really thanks for sharing mate!
I don't think anyone is ever going to give something for no reason. Personally, I believe in the 'law of exchange'. You don't receive things for free
unless you exchange something. Whether this is kindness, a nice performance or other products/services it depends on the one who gives/makes you
the offer.
I don't understand from your messages if you sent $100 or $60 of bitcoins but I hope you didn't.

As an ex owner of a lottery based on cryptocurrencies, I can tell you it's not easy business to manage entries and 'select a winner' if the lottery is
NOT a scam and the system picking a winner is done correctly. Instead, lotteries that allow administrators to select winners are the biggest scams.
It's supposed to be random, even if 'random' doesn't truly exists in computer's world. Are there any crypto lotteries online regulators?
Also seems that their website is already down  Grin
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January 01, 2019, 11:02:29 PM
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I can pick the winner of a jackpot with just one player an a guaranteed win. My psychic powers are wasted clearly...

Has he not heard of tor and a Bitcoin mixer? Also, why would you bet on a site that is t provably fair.

Thanks for bringing it up, hopefully someone else notices this before depositing on that site.

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January 02, 2019, 11:14:52 AM
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I can pick the winner of a jackpot with just one player an a guaranteed win. My psychic powers are wasted clearly...

Has he not heard of tor and a Bitcoin mixer? Also, why would you bet on a site that is t provably fair.

Thanks for bringing it up, hopefully someone else notices this before depositing on that site.

thanks! it was fun but at the same time, who ever lose money because of these type of scammers is really a  serious issue.. someone invest whatever they had and loosing all can be a disaster for their life.
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January 03, 2019, 09:30:40 PM
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thank you for sharing. I also receive messages like you.
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January 03, 2019, 09:36:57 PM
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https://imgur.com/a/QTOGJTK
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February 14, 2019, 02:23:04 PM
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Recently I discover few crypto jacking projects that domains are registered by Namecheap.
Scheme is pretty simple - there is fake script, that imitates roulette game, but users are not avail to make any withdraw.

I register few accounts at different sites, and for top-up funds there is one btc adress:
1GCznRa6943yShnQ6fMwbbqjZeBH7h3dNj

Checking BTC wallet approving that this is fraud, because it has almost 10 btc income, and zero balance, because all fund was withdrawn to scammers other adress.

So it’s 100% sure that next domains are used for fraud purposes.

Please, check next domains:

- 1xbit.org
- 7xbit.com
- 9xbit.com
- bitxgold.com
- bitxbet.org
- bitxluck.com
- gamexbet.com
- xbitgame.net

Standart messaging:

I’m member of support on https://[some_scam_site], and I have access to the panel, where I can choose winners on jackpot.

And I can’t do it for myself, because owner of site has got my IP address, BTC address, keeps track of my transactions etc.

However, I can choose another people, for example - you as a winner, but then you give me 50% of jackpot, which you take.


after that, he ask you to fund on site and block, after you do.


(suppose) Scammers location details:

IP Address 82.102.24.31
Country
Switzerland, Zurich
Browser Yandex Browser (18.10.2.163)
Operating System Windows 10 x64
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/69.0.3497.100 YaBrowser/18.10.2.163 Yowser/2.5 Safari/537.36
Host Name 82.102.24.31
ISP M247 Ltd Zurich
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