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March 15, 2019, 11:32:07 AM
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I think some users in here already know and some users get scam or not. The Scammer using multiaccount in telegram to find target. They will started chat with target to ask like do you have bitcoin?, Can you help me? and many more .
 They need help to withdraw their bitcoins in some exchange, but that are untrusted website. After the target register in their exchange, the Scammer will send their Bitcoins. After the target recieved that bitcoins.
The Target must make deposit to withdraw. But if they deposit, their account in exchange will frozen and their telegram get block with hacker.
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March 15, 2019, 12:09:10 PM
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I was close to be scammed once with kucoin exchange telegram group. I didn’t receive a token, so l went to kucoin exchange telegram group asked for solution. A scammer pretended kucoin staff. He tried to steal my account information. Lucky I didn’t fall in his trap and I also reported this person to kucoin exchange. There are also case in discord someone tried to pretend bounty manager and tried to steal people’s fund. My experience is:  don’t give private key to anyone, check their account id before further conversation.

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March 15, 2019, 12:37:38 PM
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After the target register in their exchange, the Scammer will send their Bitcoins. After the target recieved that bitcoins.

Just a little bit of information for you: There's really no bitcoin being sent and received in this case. It's all in the client-side of the website. The hacker is just pretty much changing up values on the website's code.

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March 15, 2019, 09:18:35 PM
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I have seen a couple of members talk about this kind of scam attempt here.. am not able to find the links to the threads but this trick has no been going on for a while. Only a foolish person would deposit money to withdraw more money.
Basically scammers prey on one's greed for more money.  Grin 
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March 15, 2019, 11:43:02 PM
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I think some users in here already know and some users get scam or not. The Scammer using multiaccount in telegram to find target. They will started chat with target to ask like do you have bitcoin?, Can you help me? and many more .
 They need help to withdraw their bitcoins in some exchange, but that are untrusted website. After the target register in their exchange, the Scammer will send their Bitcoins. After the target recieved that bitcoins.
The Target must make deposit to withdraw. But if they deposit, their account in exchange will frozen and their telegram get block with hacker.

Holy shit, some bloody a$$hole named Edward with no username and "unknown" mobile number contacted me with the exact same purpose for which he asked me to register at bittradex.net, would also like to mention that I didn't even get a confirmation email and just needed to change the password through forgot password link and I logged in  Cheesy
He then "transferred" (here: credited) me 1.84 BTC and when I tried to withdraw them to help him out, the exchange asked me to deposit 0.02 BTC first as they need to ^verify^ the address before sending the coins. I even tried to transfer back those coins to that bastard, but the exchange was asking to buy some sort of "premium access" in order to do that. I immediately blocked that guy but forgot to report the whole incident here. Thanks a lot OP, you saved many.  Smiley

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March 15, 2019, 11:43:17 PM
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I think some users in here already know and some users get scam or not. The Scammer using multiaccount in telegram to find target. They will started chat with target to ask like do you have bitcoin?, Can you help me? and many more .
 They need help to withdraw their bitcoins in some exchange, but that are untrusted website. After the target register in their exchange, the Scammer will send their Bitcoins. After the target recieved that bitcoins.
The Target must make deposit to withdraw. But if they deposit, their account in exchange will frozen and their telegram get block with hacker.

In the cases like this, using "common sense" is a must. But unfortunately because of a thinking of a quick profit scheme with just an easy step, some people fall for it and their ability to used their common sense now covered with excitement.

Some newbies able to handle this and ignored it but others still want to play with the risks especially if the said involved amount to deposit is around, for let's say BTC0.01. I read somewhere here, I think several weeks ago, a person who wants to deposit BTC0.01 in a site because he want to withdraw the "free money"given by them. Because he can afford to lose that amount, he wants to test it. I just don't know what happen next.

See how they used their common sense here?

Hope others will not fall to this obvious sh*t.

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March 15, 2019, 11:53:58 PM
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That's just another gimmick, some of those that I've met when I tried to join a telegram account. IIRC, the admin of that channel messaged me and asks me if I want to avail some of his plans that will allow me to earn some money.

And the situation that you described OP isn't very new and don't trust those untrusted website. That's why they were called 'untrusted' because they are unworthy to be trusted with any amount. Don't use exchanges that you are not familiar to avoid these scams and avoid talking too much with a stranger on telegram channels.

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March 16, 2019, 12:14:59 AM
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target to ask like do you have bitcoin?, Can you help me? and many more .
 They need help to withdraw their bitcoins in some exchange, but that are untrusted website. After the target register in their exchange, the Scammer will
This is actually pretty clever. It acomplishes many goals at once.
For start attacker knows from first sentence if you know what bitcoin is, if you are involved. Then he uses oldest trick in the book that will work forever, missing opportunity scam. So you can withraw pretty good money BUT you will need to deposit first and it only limited time you must hurry (to not have time to think).
Be vigilant, don't fall for that cheap tricks. Its better to loose "opportunity" but be safe.

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March 16, 2019, 12:21:20 AM
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I've met a different modus operandi. The scammer(s) use more than 1 account to scam you. 1st account will act like a staff from an exchange while the other account will act as either a person in need or a staff from some projects. Basically they tried to 'help' you if you have problems withdrawing or depositing your tokens into an exchange. So if you post something like 'Hey I've deposited my XXX tokens hours ago but there is no confirmation yet'. The exchange staff will contact you requesting to send some tokens to some address which will be verified by the project account.

I think their modus operandi is growing at this moment, maybe they create a dedicated exchange group (a fake one of course) to lure people to tell their problem (and posting fake feedbacks) so people can fall for their scams.

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March 16, 2019, 01:42:26 AM
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That is only a simple problem that needs a simple solution, in my case anyone who sends me those words i do not entertain and  block them immediately.


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March 16, 2019, 09:31:22 AM
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Just a little bit of information for you: There's really no bitcoin being sent and received in this case. It's all in the client-side of the website. The hacker is just pretty much changing up values on the website's code.
In some cases, cryptocurrencies are sent officially "on-chain payment" but unfortunately the private key that manages that account is under them control.
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Also, there was a hoax of burned coins "scammer sent outdated token which he did not burn". You can see the details here ----> SCAM ALERT!!! Lost 0.08 BTC [Please stay safe]
So if you do not know the altcoin "not all altcoins are same" sent to you, you will not be safe.

In general: Stay away from all messages sent to you on social networking apps, if they do not scam you, they will waste your time.

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March 16, 2019, 09:44:37 AM
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Is it like this one?



I tried talking to “IT” because I’m curious on what he/she/it is going to say and at least I know that there are people trying to scam you using that method. When he/she/it said that I have to give an email address, it’s suspicious.

Hopefully, a lot of people will share their experiences. Thanks for sharing this one.

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March 16, 2019, 10:47:12 AM
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Is it like this one?



I tried talking to “IT” because I’m curious on what he/she/it is going to say and at least I know that there are people trying to scam you using that method. When he/she/it said that I have to give an email address, it’s suspicious.

Hopefully, a lot of people will share their experiences. Thanks for sharing this one.
what will they do here with this scam? They will let you open an account and send you fake bitcoin and they hope you will send them real bitcoin from your own wallet?

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March 16, 2019, 10:54:27 AM
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what will they do here with this scam? They will let you open an account and send you fake bitcoin and they hope you will send them real bitcoin from your own wallet?

They either make you think that they sent you bitcoin, or they send bitcoin to an address you have no control over. Then they'd require you to deposit bitcoin for "deposit fees" even though the wallet already has some BTC. 🤷‍♂️

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March 16, 2019, 12:09:05 PM
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Is it like this one?
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We're just the same mate I also encountered that, not once but twice.



At this time I know already that he was fooling me because I was almost being in a trap before in another account who has done the same strategy. If you know how scamming works, your trust judgment will naturally go out and you will avoid being scammed.
Scammers are anywhere. These type of modus are common. People who will be fooled by people like this is a newbie.

In that case, you have to trust the person if they have a strong background and reputation. Ask them openly about themselves to identify if they are scammers.

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March 16, 2019, 12:19:58 PM
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To withdrawal the coins from the exchange, they will ask you to download a piece of software - which is obviously infected. If you download and run it, say goodbye to your accounts/coins.

That's not new. I've seen this many times already.

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March 16, 2019, 01:47:49 PM
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what will they do here with this scam? They will let you open an account and send you fake bitcoin and they hope you will send them real bitcoin from your own wallet?
Something like that. As stated in the posts here that they will ask to let you know that the one they say they will deposit to that address is valid. Like sending from your own BTC Wallet just to verify. It’s obvious to be a scam, I’m sad to those who got victimized.



We're just the same mate I also encountered that, not once but twice.
In that case, you have to trust the person if they have a strong background and reputation. Ask them openly about themselves to identify if they are scammers.

I haven’t tried confronting them like that and I think they will just reply a stupid line and say they are not. Something close to that. For now I just enjoy trolling them back. Lol.

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March 16, 2019, 02:12:02 PM
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I have seen a couple of members talk about this kind of scam attempt here.. am not able to find the links to the threads...

This is not some new way to scam people, but now they use fake exchanges in which victims need to deposit some coins in order to withdraw. The main reasons for fall into the such trap are ignorance and greed, and criminals just count on that. Pay attention on site design, it is mainly about the same design, but different domains.

Beware of a friends like this one _ Fake Friends

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March 16, 2019, 05:19:45 PM
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Well this has been a rampant trick this fraudster uses to dupe people of there funds on telegram.
One of the reasons why this method seems to be effective is greed on the victims part in the sense that the fraudster knows that the victim would be tempted by the opportunity to make way with the unreal bitcoin

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March 18, 2019, 08:47:10 AM
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I haven’t tried confronting them like that and I think they will just reply a stupid line and say they are not. Something close to that. For now I just enjoy trolling them back. Lol.
Sometimes it's fun playing this people, you'll gonna act you're dumb and you'll see how they try to lure you to their trap and think that they fool you without knowing that they've been the one, rofl. Somstimes, scammers made themselves pitiful while you being kind you'll let them trick you. In this kind of industry, the person you can only trust is yourself. <3 <3

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