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September 30, 2019, 02:55:16 AM
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I think you already get a number positive replies here that you should not leave yobit.
This is a good campaign since it might last longer like the first campaign they have in the forum, yahoo who manage the campaign is a reputable one and he is a DT, just think this way, do you think he will accept the job to manage the campaign if his reputation will be at stake here?

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September 30, 2019, 03:51:29 PM
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Since your thread was for the previous campaign of YoBit I would say that you shouldn't fear to get tagged by a DT member as long as you take this "job" seriously and you won't spam and abuse the campaign.
Now a new campaign has started and would be nice to keep things clean, make good posts with actual value that help other users with providing information, help Yahoo to find the spammers and simply PM him. Also would be nice if all the participants would make maximum 2 posts per hour and won't try to go for the maximum of 20 posts/day as this in my opinion is the first sign of spam and abuse the campaign.
 
Personally I take this very serious, I take time to think and research before I post, browse the forum in searching of users who are bursting because they are so many ( 8 of these found today ) who enrolled and so many will come in the next days and watch out for old accounts who did not post for at least 4+ months.

You can also follow this thread and make a post there with your list of users who you think they don't deserve to be in the campaign or they need to be warned out -->

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October 01, 2019, 08:07:12 PM
Last edit: October 01, 2019, 08:32:40 PM by johhnyUA
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 #43

update:  late to do.

I think that is how do you feel when writed this line  Cheesy



But in fact, it's not too late, because above my post (this) there already 2 post while you already have got your answer. maybe it's good time to lock this thread? Just asking.

Edit: Ah shit, here we go again



I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh

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October 01, 2019, 08:15:47 PM
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I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh
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October 01, 2019, 08:34:14 PM
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I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh

Anyone that has spend some time on the forum engaging in the activities of the forume most have hear or encountered the accusations against yobit exchange. Easily, you can track most of the accusations from the reference you'll find on the yobit main account on the forum, here's a link to their trust feedback: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=406594

Some more references;
Relevant Message: YoBit has been known as one of the shady exchanges out there. From waves of unsolved scam accusations, spreading spam on the forum and pumping coins to deceive investors the list goes on when it comes to the reliability of an exchange. I believe they deserved to flagged if it does any good of making newbies aware to avoid using them.

Reference Threads :
https://archive.is/d2LAr#selection-317.1-321.118
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1857032.msg18626562#msg18626562
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1500951.msg15112807#msg15112807

Still though, signature is a privilege and isn't moderated therefore, anyone is free to wear any signature they deem fit and doesn't go against advertisement policy on the forum but that doesn't mean you should abuse that privilege by spamming the forum.




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October 01, 2019, 08:36:33 PM
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I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh
Just type as Yobit scam accusation in google then you can find lot of threads regarding their bad reputation.

Anyway some threads for your view

Yobit scam ? Trade lost money
Yobit SCAM - SYSCOIN withdrawal
1000+ ETH blocked: Yobit.net won't explain or resolve
YOBIT scam - class action law suit
YoBit seems wants to steal my money. Are they scammed?
Scam market YObit.net and YObit.io
Yobit.Net Scamming My Deposit

source this post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4327871.msg38799090#msg38799090

But none claimed that they were completely scam exchange neither they run away from user's money,they still operating and their daily trading volume is huge. Shocked

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October 02, 2019, 04:06:27 AM
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I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh
Just type as Yobit scam accusation in google then you can find lot of threads regarding their bad reputation.

Anyway some threads for your view

Yobit scam ? Trade lost money
Yobit SCAM - SYSCOIN withdrawal
1000+ ETH blocked: Yobit.net won't explain or resolve
YOBIT scam - class action law suit
YoBit seems wants to steal my money. Are they scammed?
Scam market YObit.net and YObit.io
Yobit.Net Scamming My Deposit

source this post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4327871.msg38799090#msg38799090

But none claimed that they were completely scam exchange neither they run away from user's money,they still operating and their daily trading volume is huge. Shocked
Too many scam allegation to yobit for years, But you see there are many users still using it. I don't know myself either why they still trade on yobit. I do have my experience before on yobit and it's quite fine though. Not having problems at all, but I have stopped because I don't want to be a victim, Just a safety precaution.

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October 02, 2019, 08:59:52 AM
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I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh
Just type as Yobit scam accusation in google then you can find lot of threads regarding their bad reputation.

Anyway some threads for your view

Yobit scam ? Trade lost money
Yobit SCAM - SYSCOIN withdrawal
1000+ ETH blocked: Yobit.net won't explain or resolve
YOBIT scam - class action law suit
YoBit seems wants to steal my money. Are they scammed?
Scam market YObit.net and YObit.io
Yobit.Net Scamming My Deposit

source this post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4327871.msg38799090#msg38799090

But none claimed that they were completely scam exchange neither they run away from user's money,they still operating and their daily trading volume is huge. Shocked

Well to be fair you could probably do the same with any exchange and you'll find people complaining about them being a scam or in some other capacity. If someone has their coins stolen or account locked users often blame the operators and are quick to claim a scam even when they did nothing wrong. I think most of yobit's complaints come from them seemingly being a bit shady and unorganised, and being unregulated they don't have to adhere to the same standards many others do. I don't think they exactly run a water-tight ship but I'm not sure I'd call them a scam exchange either, though I haven't looked in depth to any of the complaints people have about them, but you also often don't know the full picture. I'm sure many scammers themselves start crying when an exchange locks their funds or whatever. I remember when people were quick to attack Cloudbet when they locked a users coins because there was something shady going on and two different parties were trying to claim the money. Many users were quick to call Cloudbet a scam but they were actually doing the right thing in trying to get to the bottom of who the funds rightfully belonged to rather than just possibly sending them to a scammer.

If you google "Cloudbet scam" the first thing that comes up is this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5124896.0

But if you read the later posts in the thread you'll see it was quickly resolved.

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October 03, 2019, 04:40:45 AM
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I have seen in some users' comments in this thread and others' that YoBit would be a semi-scam exchange. What are the arguments for that? Did they had an unpleasant event in the past for the users or closed people accounts without notice? I'm just asking because I'm curious to see if these are just words in vain and pressumptions or they're actually facts.. Huh
Just type as Yobit scam accusation in google then you can find lot of threads regarding their bad reputation.

Anyway some threads for your view

Yobit scam ? Trade lost money
Yobit SCAM - SYSCOIN withdrawal
1000+ ETH blocked: Yobit.net won't explain or resolve
YOBIT scam - class action law suit
YoBit seems wants to steal my money. Are they scammed?
Scam market YObit.net and YObit.io
Yobit.Net Scamming My Deposit

source this post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4327871.msg38799090#msg38799090

But none claimed that they were completely scam exchange neither they run away from user's money,they still operating and their daily trading volume is huge. Shocked

Well to be fair you could probably do the same with any exchange and you'll find people complaining about them being a scam or in some other capacity. If someone has their coins stolen or account locked users often blame the operators and are quick to claim a scam even when they did nothing wrong. I think most of yobit's complaints come from them seemingly being a bit shady and unorganised, and being unregulated they don't have to adhere to the same standards many others do. I don't think they exactly run a water-tight ship but I'm not sure I'd call them a scam exchange either, though I haven't looked in depth to any of the complaints people have about them, but you also often don't know the full picture. I'm sure many scammers themselves start crying when an exchange locks their funds or whatever. I remember when people were quick to attack Cloudbet when they locked a users coins because there was something shady going on and two different parties were trying to claim the money. Many users were quick to call Cloudbet a scam but they were actually doing the right thing in trying to get to the bottom of who the funds rightfully belonged to rather than just possibly sending them to a scammer.

If you google "Cloudbet scam" the first thing that comes up is this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5124896.0

But if you read the later posts in the thread you'll see it was quickly resolved.
Maybe all those complaints are people who had their accounts blocked for trying to deposit coin with a shady history (stolen coin). Or maybe all those complaints are from people unable to complete KYC when they should have to.

I don't think any benefit of the doubt overcomes this issue.

YoBit's business practice of having ~zero customer support also has opened a window of opportunity for scammers to impersonate their customer support, and this fact makes it more dangerous to do business with YoBit.


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