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April 03, 2019, 11:11:14 AM
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I learnt this airdrop penny worth money hard way. Airdrop projects require the users to download app, completing social media tasks or referring people to their site. Airdrop money worth very little but they claim to pay you more token and saying that they will pay you that amount of token if they raised hard capital. But current market situation reveals that they don't keep their promise. Actually the token value is less than $1.

When it comes to downloading app, then I discover that my cellphone's storage keeps shrinking due to downloading many many apps required during airdrop campaign. Again the company requires the user to remain active on their app until the end of ICO. This wastes lots of time when finally the date of airdrop distribution comes.

Finally when it comes to completing KYC then the users need to provide their valid identity like government ID, national ID, Passport or even Bank statement. Bank statement is not free in many countries. If a person owns bank account then why they are searching for penny worth airdrop. No one knows what they are doing with your valuable KYC documents.
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April 03, 2019, 11:37:07 AM
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Well bottom line is that project have an offer, do what they want and they will give you something. Blockchain wallet said do KYC on your wallet and you will get 25 dollars stellar, or don`t do it and you will not get it. End line is that it`s our choice will we do KYC or not, doing that for pennies for sure now, but when some service that you use and you like to use ask you for kyc you need to pass it or you can`t use it.
I don`t participate in airdrops, it`s just a way to get to some worthless tokens, better to claim faucets than to participate in airdrops.

 
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April 03, 2019, 11:38:48 AM
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This has surfaced for quite some time now and I don't think anyone in their sane minds would actually send KYC for a few pennies, unless some few desperate people who think that this is a good idea and that KYC is somewhat negligible for them, or those who have fake KYC documents stashed somewhere, ready to use in nefarious activities as soon as the moment is opportune. People should be wary that their identities are vital information that should not be shared easily in exchange for pennies as they might be framed up for theft and other illegal activities that nefarious people might use them to.

If you want to receive money from airdrop, choose those that don't require anyone to send personal information.

 
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April 03, 2019, 11:40:53 AM
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I saw in my social media feeds that there's a lot of people now posting about free cryptocurrency that needed of kyc before you get a penny money. This people not think if it's will good to them to give their identity in any site for just penny money. Yeah it's free but your identity will be possible to use in any harmful doings.

Whats your thoughts about this?

Any unknown sites that asking for KYC in exchange for free cryptocurrency should be 100% be avoided. If you value your identity you should think twice before joining such opportunities. Identity Theft is a booming industry in the darknet and once they have your KYC Information they can do anything and the worst thing is they can run SCAM PROJECTS using your ID's
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April 03, 2019, 11:41:18 AM
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People who believe that their identity is private and - so far - not known by any 3rd parties worldwide are just naive. (no offense)

Therefore, selling - already known - data seems pretty reasonable to me.
Yeah, but how much personal data are we talking about here?  Name & address & photo are pretty much public information that I wouldn't consider too much to give out (if the reward was big enough).  Phone number/e-mail are iffy.  Anything beyond that, like social security number--hell no.  I've never done this for a giveaway, so I'm wondering if it's easy enough to give them false information and still get whatever it is they're giving away.  I'm sure plenty of freebie-hounds are at least trying it.

What the hell is "penny money" anyway?

I don't think anyone in their sane minds would actually send KYC for a few pennies, unless some few desperate people who think that this is a good idea
Me neither, but as I said it all depends on how much info is needed and how personal it is.  And in some countries, those 'pennies' have a lot more buying power than others.  I've often heard the phrase 'signature campaigns pay pennies', but that just isn't true.  There are places on this planet where you can feed yourself for less than $1/day, so I'd imagine people in them would do a lot for what we'd consider very little.

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Blockchain.info is trying to make people submit KYC by giving them $25 in XLM in return. I didn't like them before they started that "promotion" but that is a huge red flag for me. Avoid them like the plague.

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April 03, 2019, 11:51:56 AM
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Yep pennies don't worth it 100% when you give your documents to others then there must be at least 100,200$ and even more it's a big risk we don't know how it can be used in future we know how companies sell it and sometimes after hacking of exchanges hackers start to sell our doc. in the darknet,this has happened many times.


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Even if the reward is bigger than pennies I wouldn't give my personal information to people I don't know. Others are careless about their personal information few days ago when the forum asked KYC as an april fools joke there's a couple of people who did submit their info. We don't know what these people are going through maybe they really need the money and have no time.

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April 03, 2019, 12:16:14 PM
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If they are hungry for those pennies for the exchange of their identities, there are too things that's on my mind.

  • they don't own the identity
  • they are desperate

It's not worth it to exchange your any ID just for those airdrops or free cryptocurrencies that they offer. I always avoid those kind of posts and ignore people them on social medias.

The only reasons why do people dive in with those pennies.Lets say that its really dumb to give out personal info just for pennies but there
are really people who are that dumb and desperate enough to do such thing.Well, its their own identity to be risk not ours but its not just right
to consider to make such action.
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People who believe that their identity is private and - so far - not known by any 3rd parties worldwide are just naive. (no offense)

Therefore, selling - already known - data seems pretty reasonable to me.
Yeah, but how much personal data are we talking about here?  Name & address & photo are pretty much public information that I wouldn't consider too much to give out (if the reward was big enough).  Phone number/e-mail are iffy.  Anything beyond that, like social security number--hell no.  I've never done this for a giveaway, so I'm wondering if it's easy enough to give them false information and still get whatever it is they're giving away.  I'm sure plenty of freebie-hounds are at least trying it.

I've never participated in any ICO but judging from the KYC prank thread there were a few guys who submitted pictures of themselves holding their id cards, so probably a lot of ICOs require a selfie and a copy of your valid id.

With that information you can do a lot of things, from opening verified accounts on betting websites, paypal, amazon, eBay, buying debit cards, a lot, a lot of things even in the hands of a newbie that had just stumbled upon it.
And not even going professional here, you can use them exactly for the thing you thought about, to create more accounts on other ICOs airdrops that require KYC Tongue

But once we're past the point of amateur scams, ignoring the fact you can outright sell them, you can use those ids for much more, from actually emptying the victim's bank accounts to taking loans on their names. And those ones are going to hurt you even if you're dirt poor.


This has surfaced for quite some time now and I don't think anyone in their sane minds would actually send KYC for a few pennies, unless some few (a lot, you have no idea how many) desperate people who think that this is a good idea and that KYC is somewhat negligible for them,

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If they are hungry for those pennies for the exchange of their identities, there are too things that's on my mind.

  • they don't own the identity
  • they are desperate

It's not worth it to exchange your any ID just for those airdrops or free cryptocurrencies that they offer. I always avoid those kind of posts and ignore people them on social medias.

The only reasons why do people dive in with those pennies.Lets say that its really dumb to give out personal info just for pennies but there
are really people who are that dumb and desperate enough to do such thing.Well, its their own identity to be risk not ours but its not just right
to consider to make such action.
the risk is greater than the reward that will be received, of course this is not comparable if we provide a personal identity, id is very priceless then use it for something that is really right

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April 03, 2019, 01:29:50 PM
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I do not send my data to anywhere, be it a bounty company, or even a stock exchange, there is even an exchange where I have 0.52ETH left, and they ask me for KYC,

I advise everyone not to go through KYC either, because it’s not known how they will use your data

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April 03, 2019, 01:31:51 PM
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Haven't they heard this news? Hacked Customer Data From World Leading Cryptocurrency Exchanges For Sale On The Dark Web? and it was discussed in this thread. So I really don't understand why would someone take the risk of sending their full information to someone they didn't know. Just used our common sense here and everyone will be fine. But if greed sets in, and you wanted to earn money even for a penny then something is wrong with those guys. Worst case scenario, police knocking on your door and have warrants for your arrest because 'someone' pretending to be you, committed fraud.

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April 03, 2019, 01:38:46 PM
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well, I also sometimes choose to do KYC. if that is a natural thing, then of course I will. however, for something like that, I sometimes won't do it, especially on HYIP sites. well, being careful is what we need to do.

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April 03, 2019, 02:49:28 PM
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Yeah it's free but your identity will be possible to use in any harmful doings.
Let me tell you a secret:
Those scans of your ID are not worth anything. Otherwise people, that work in governmental bodies that issue those IDs would become billionaires. Your ID is also stored in many other services, including your employer, police, governmental funds and many other organizations and no one is giving a fuck about it. If it had any worth then your ID would be already stolen a dozen times.
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April 03, 2019, 03:36:55 PM
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I saw in my social media feeds that there's a lot of people now posting about free cryptocurrency that needed of kyc before you get a penny money. This people not think if it's will good to them to give their identity in any site for just penny money. Yeah it's free but your identity will be possible to use in any harmful doings.

Whats your thoughts about this?

For me cryptocurrencys still means anonymity and this should not give up anyone for a few cents. Even though many people give wrong or stolen information, it doesn't make it any better. KYC breaks down the annonimity of crypto very strongly and everyone should think twice about doing it for a few cents. My opinion about KYC is still very negative and for a few cents i will never give personal information.  Wink
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April 03, 2019, 03:52:55 PM
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It is super dangerous to believe in these type of projects. We have seen with facebook and Cambridge Analytica what the data storage could cause, giving away all your information to one place in exchange of small chump change will never lead to anything good for you.

The money you receive is at the expense of your privacy and it never really worth it. Not even thousands of dollars would be enough to cover the damage that could be done with that type of data at the hands of someone bad and noone good would really want to have your information anyway.

KYC is the root of evil in bitcoin world because bitcoin and crypto was created for being anon and not having to deal with the governments whereas KYC is literally counter productive on that sense. Keep your information to yourself.
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April 03, 2019, 04:21:06 PM
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This is one of the big problems and a redflag for KYC in bounties if the owners of the Identity sent was orginal and not fake. We can't be sure what they may do to their identities-sell them, or even used them as a KYC too to other bounties, and it will be like a networking of KYC, and we can't know who is who. There are lot of tools in editing pictures and important files, so I think the better KYC procedure would be a video KYC-or even better a live video with the bounty manager or even the devs themselves.

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April 03, 2019, 04:56:58 PM
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I personally will never give my KYC for penny money but indeed all of it depend on the person themself that based on my personal experience in my country some of people does not too care if they submit their identity to the particular giveaway and as long they get those money seems they didn't care about the risk of it

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April 03, 2019, 05:20:01 PM
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I've attempted to drop an email into some random airdrops to test on what could happen in the next few days. After 2 days, I received an email from the project to start claiming the airdrop token now, so I clicked into that button and it led me to their own site where they also highlighted that it is also supported by MEW. I already knew before I clicked the link that I ain't getting anything but a free throw of tokens or ETH to them. It asked me to put in my wallet file so I can claim the token right now along with the pvt key. For a first-timers that would be involved in that kind of phishing site, hopefully they'll wake up soon.
They're not just risking their identities, but they're also risking their wallets.

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