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June 27, 2019, 05:23:38 PM
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Someone knocked me on telegram couple of hours ago and asked me if I know about cryptocurrency.
He said he is from China and can't withdraw his bitcoin from an exchange due to the ban. He asked me to withdraw the bitcoin for him and offered me 30% of the withdraw.
Exchange- nentrade.com
He asked me to create an account there. Later, he will deposit. This is a bit fishy. First he said, he has BTC on exchange. Now, his tone changed and he is asking me to create account and give address.

Deal- He will deposit me 3 BTC in nentrade.com and I will give him 2 BTC out of my pocket, prior to this, at some point he asked me if I had any BTC.

Later, I searched about the exchange and saw the site was created 14 days ago. See the screenshot.


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June 27, 2019, 05:34:49 PM
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This is the second time I have read about a random guy sending private messages. Again, just report this people as spam and telegram will ban this people from sending pm's to scam others.

This story sounded familiar to me. This is similar to a story about a Nigerian prince/princess that's asking for help to withdraw his/her funds from the bank because they cannot access it (something like that).

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June 27, 2019, 06:55:26 PM
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Anyone or anything which says you need to send or deposit coins in order to be paid is a scam. This includes:

Twitter scams - "Send 0.5 ETH to get 5 ETH"
Gambling site scams - "You have won 0.1 BTC! Deposit 0.01 BTC first to unlock your account."
Trading scams - "You create an account, and also send me 2 BTC, and I'll fund the account with 3 BTC."

In this case, the site was a fake one created by the attacker. I've also seen cases where the attacker gets a newbie to set up a new wallet with a seed, private key, or password which the attackers gives them, then immediately steals the coins back again after the newbie has paid up.

In the same way you wouldn't hand over hundreds or thousands of dollars in cash to a random stranger who approached you on the street, don't have other your crypto to a random strange who approaches you online.

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June 27, 2019, 07:08:09 PM
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This process is absolutely not new. Mind you next time don't let curiosity get the best of you. How on earth out of the billions of people in the world and the millions on telegram you his choose one it's not your lucky day my friend it's your potential doom no need to even give it a second thought block the person ASPA
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June 27, 2019, 08:00:49 PM
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Probably the website has nothing to do with this whether or not the exchange is a scam. This kinds of scam are purely done by the individual where you are somehow offered “more” by just doing some kind of favor for him but the thing is you won't receive that 1 BTC income but instead lose the 2 BTC he is really aiming for. You really don't need to go far with this especially when he just contacted you through Telegram where a lot of members are being targeted.

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June 27, 2019, 09:52:44 PM
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It is clearly a scam attempt from an single person. There is no such thing as free BTC that you can get from other person who needs your help like the one you mention. It is okay to give wallet address since it cannot be stolen from you unless you give the UTC file or your private key. Don't ever send any btc to the scammer's wallet address.

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June 27, 2019, 10:21:49 PM
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After all, you still entertained him and try to give it a shot where it should be obvious already that the whole process will be sh*t.

Well then, I understand that it's your first time you encountered it and good thing you realized on the way that something is not right. Good.

Honestly, this is not new. If the intention is sincere, just imagined why you are being chosen out of several friends or known people of that user. Common sense indeed.

Good thing they asked you BTC2. Because I think the other way around will happen if they told you to give them BTC0.01 lol.

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June 27, 2019, 10:41:55 PM
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A simple whois search indeed reveals a lot about how legitimate a site is given most of the scam sites out there are only very recently made, and Telegram as a whole is a pretty popular platform at the moment for scammers to target. Being more careful about talking to people on there and having some common sense usually helps you to avoid common scams. Most scams are very obvious and clear to see and involve the various scenarios already mentioned above.

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June 27, 2019, 11:48:51 PM
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Its already obvious that it is a scam attempt, do not fall with  this kinds of offers  ,no one will give you free and huge amount money without doing anything , theres is also a person offering free btc ,he said he can make me a winner in a gambling website  , cause he is one of the moderator with that offer i knew that the person is a scammer.

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June 28, 2019, 01:09:05 AM
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Same thing have happened to me months ago ,I guess this trick is very popular now ,the latest one on telegram now is scammers creating CEO profile of good projects and asking people to deposit some ETH to get discount offers ,its all scam attempts

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June 28, 2019, 01:51:53 AM
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This modus operandi is not new. I recall the same thing has been posted multiple times in various media since last year. Either this was done by the same scammer group or a lot of scammers share the same method to scam someone.

That being said, anyone should've realized by now that any website requiring you to deposit before withdrawing is clearly a scam.




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June 28, 2019, 02:34:43 AM
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Deal- He will deposit me 3 BTC in nentrade.com and I will give him 2 BTC out of my pocket, prior to this, at some point he asked me if I had any BTC.
Basically such deal is clearly a scam one. He have BTC stucked on one exchanges (not sure how much, for example: 5 BTC). Then, he send to your account 3 BTC, and wait to get back from you with onlyl 2 BTC. It means at start he might get 8 BTC loses if you can withdraw 5 BTC and run away. He might ask you to go first, and such thing is another reason to point out scam efforts.
I think only greedy guy might fall into that stupid trap. Personally, I don't see reason to take risk with my 2 BTC just to get back some promised bonus.

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June 28, 2019, 03:51:40 AM
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Deal- He will deposit me 3 BTC in nentrade.com and I will give him 2 BTC out of my pocket, prior to this, at some point he asked me if I had any BTC.
Basically such deal is clearly a scam one. He have BTC stucked on one exchanges (not sure how much, for example: 5 BTC). Then, he send to your account 3 BTC, and wait to get back from you with onlyl 2 BTC. It means at start he might get 8 BTC loses if you can withdraw 5 BTC and run away. He might ask you to go first, and such thing is another reason to point out scam efforts.
I think only greedy guy might fall into that stupid trap. Personally, I don't see reason to take risk with my 2 BTC just to get back some promised bonus.
I guess you have messed up the point.
He initially said he has BTC stucked on exchange but later, he said he will deposit me BTC in nentrade.

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June 28, 2019, 09:47:35 AM
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This had been one of the most stupid scams I came across. I've had a comment in of the threads with the exact same issue and there I told this that the name of the exchange I was told by the scammer was something else. It's utter non-sense and like harizen said, even I thought that why is he being so much generous on me by wanting to give me ~BTC0.2 for nothing but just redemption of his coins? At first stance, I thought that he must be wanting my KYC to get his funds withdrawn but no, his intention was to scam me for just BTC0.02 (yeah, it was JUST 0.02 for him as he was iterating it like 0.02 against 2 BTC is a drop out of an ocean). It's not necessary that you need someone to spoonfeed you to make you aware of all such types of scams, you need brain in order to think and act instead of taking action immediately under the effect of greed.

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June 28, 2019, 10:39:09 AM
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This is a very typical scam that has been known for years, they will ask you to deposit later after promising that you will get a decent profit from "his" balance.

Don't deposit any amount for a stranger, simple as that.

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June 28, 2019, 10:51:09 AM
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Yep this is also the 2nd thread I've read about a SCAM offering return to users in telegram PM. This is why I prefer to be the one who will send PM than the ones who will PM  me.

Scammers are everywhere. You wanna try fooling around with them? If you have joined for the first time to a telegram for exchange support, like the support of CREX24 or the gate.io telegram support. You will be bombard with PMs from representatives of the exchange but on the pin post they give warnings about PMs.

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June 28, 2019, 11:23:35 AM
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I was spammed an year ago. I still remember the days when the market was bearish and I was trading even in that market conditions. One person(say person X) pinged me stating that there is a person(say person Y) who has built bot that seriously earns sound profit and asked for the funds. He sent me some order book photos and said he will set bot on exchange which would earn and then we will go on with % profit sharing.

I created and account transferred funds(0.8 BTC) and gave the account to him. Initially there was sound profit that is the funds were ~1BTC in a span of 7days. He constantly kept pinging to increase the funds and out of greed I increased it to 1.5 BTC by then we were really good friends over telegram. One fine day account has no funds and the telegram account not responding.

When I asked the person(person X) who introduced me to the scammer(person Y). I got to know that the person X was also scammed and had lost more than what I lost.
 
It was the biggest learning for my life time.

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June 28, 2019, 12:48:27 PM
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I was spammed an year ago.
Spammed or scammed, LOL?  Huh

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June 28, 2019, 03:18:45 PM
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I have read similar stories about this months ago, it is not new. The only thing that changes are the websites that they create to scam people.
There was some talk about these methods in our local board as well several months back.
Never deposit any money and dont reply to people who contact you and ask you if you have bitcoins, it is none of their business and they are never legit!

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July 01, 2019, 11:28:43 AM
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I have read similar stories about this months ago, it is not new. The only thing that changes are the websites that they create to scam people.
There was some talk about these methods in our local board as well several months back.
Never deposit any money and dont reply to people who contact you and ask you if you have bitcoins, it is none of their business and they are never legit!

Indeed! If we think that those proposals seems "too good to be true" then we must already be alarmed by it since it has a very high possibility of a scam ploy and knowing the signs in advance could help us not to become a victim of it. I think alertness and vigilance is the key to help us fight this types of schemes which are rampant in the whole crypto industry.

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