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Author Topic: [HUGE RED FLAGS] TAGZ, under the microscope by Dr. Rex Yeap  (Read 1364 times)
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January 16, 2020, 04:55:12 AM
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A posting by one Tagz victim:

"*TAGZ EXCAHNGE - THE WORLD'S LARGEST SCAM EXCHANGE*
This exchange has done investors nothing but a great damage to our funds. Few months ago I have 1.13344 Ethereum in my wallet, which they end up converting to 2321 tagz, and now they are talking about converting tagz to tagz5 at the rate of 28,000 to 1 respectively. Do the guys running this exchange have conscience at all? From that derivation with my 2321 tagz I will be receiving 0.08 tagz5 after swap. An account with a balance of 1.13344 ethereum which was around $210 then now will be reduced to nothing. How does this encourage investors?
Honestly, enough is enough these criminal minded fellows need to be stopped. They are yet to reach their goals. They end up coming up with strategies to steal more and they have showed from onset that their exchange is all about scamming and stealing from investors. I know I have lost my funds to this scam we need to help others who are yet to know about their schemes. Let us all report them in whatever medium we can. Please let us do it before it get worst. "

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March 17, 2020, 09:55:18 PM
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Tagz5 is 100% a scam.  Please view hashtag on twitter for full details of the scam and screenshots of someone's experience with Bryan Seiler directly.  
The ACCC has a investigation running into it and are asking all people to go to their website (scamwatch) and report their scam.  The ACCC investigate every single report and they are going after him.  

If you look at the articles on cointelegraph and other such sites that discusses tagz5 you will see at the bottom every interview and every deep look into tagz5 states they are paid advertisements .

If you look at the tagz5 wallet on the blockchain you will also see every transaction being a deposit and no withdrawls then you'll see his wallet where he quickly rushes all ethereum through about 5 addresses to end up at his final location where he has scamed a total of 57 eth.

The companies registered address is a empty building site in Melbourne and his bio and everything says he's in Brisbane.  

His email address is even a Gmail address as you'll see on twitter

Nothing about tagz5 is legit.   Nothing.  

Show me a single transaction on the ethereum blockchain showing a single eth being transferred to a wallet that doesn't lead to his wallet.  All withdrawls of ethereum end up at the same address. He doesn't even hide it on the blockchain, he just has all incoming deposits of ethereum straight away withdrawn to wallets with other terrible coins or empty wallets and those wallets then all withdraw to the same ethereum address.

All withdrawls lead to the same ethereum address. That's just fact , that's what the blockchain is built to show you. Where all monies go.


Also know that tagz5 is using people's KYC info to try and get credit cards and debt in the user's name.

If you have verified with tagz (with a selfie that doesn't have you holding up a piece of paper with a name of a exchange on it) and then he's taking that and trying to get passports in your name and credit cards and he's selling your info to other scams in India and China along with darknet adverts to buy KYC. 

IF YOU VERIFIED CHECK YOUR CREDIT REPORT AMD NOW YOU KNOW WHY YOU ARE GETTING THESE SPAM AND SCAM PHONE CALLS EVERYDAY
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May 07, 2020, 11:51:45 AM
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If scam,why tagz exchange still alive and exist?
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May 14, 2020, 02:00:37 PM
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I lost 15 Eth on tagz. When i tried withdrawal assets they deactivated my account and now don't respond on any mail
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