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November 11, 2019, 01:23:47 AM
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This is the Scam Accusation thread link created by user PuyaMaster: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5200216.0

This is the ANN thread link for Cryptex.net Exchange: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2454750.0



When investigating cryptex.net by browsing their website and running a few basic background checks things become very clear that this exchange cannot be trusted for several very important reasons hence the red flags:


RED FLAG #1: The Accusation That Exposed The Scam

There is a scam accusation made against cryptex.net where crypto to the value of around $210,000 has been 'frozen' pending investigations. The cryptex.net representative here has posted to effectively confirm the amount in question and stated that amount has been frozen.

The reason given by cryptex.net was:

"client’s account but will remain blocked Until the investigation is completed. This block was caused by requests from law enforcement agencies"

I asked the cryptex.net user to explain which law enforcement agency it was that made the alleged request but unsurprisingly he fell silent:


Hello!

Client’s funds were blocked by our security service on November 8th 2019, funds are still kept on client’s account but will remain blocked Until the investigation is completed. This block was caused by requests from law enforcement agencies which included particular TXIDs of the client operations held through accounts created on our platform on August 30th and October 22nd this year. This user performed large trade operations with funds of unexplained origin with a further request for deleting a personal account.
User created a third anonymous account on our platform on November 8th 2019 and deposited a large amount of funds of unexplained origin. Then this user contacted our manager through Telegram messenger (our official contact) and provided client’s ID and told about the large amount of funds a client is going to deposit again. At the moment of that visit, several of our partners’ accounts were blocked on third-party trade platforms. Those blocks were caused by the requests from those platforms concerning those previous operations made though our platform by this client before.

My first time hearing about such an exchange. Why do you even trust such non reputable exchanges which such a large amount in the first place yet we have the likes of binance, kucoin etc?

That’s because this user’s funds are of an unknown origin and illegal, and a user tried to do a money laundering not though big trade platforms which you mentioned, but a client was hoping to put his dirty money into our platform with impunity.
The Exchange keeps in secret everything related to our clients' operations, including this case. However, the client himself chose to make the case public. Therefore, we publicly request to cover losses incurred as a result of using the exchange to launder criminally obtained funds, as well as to provide the necessary information to minimize the damage.


If what you say is correct kindly explain which law enforcement agencies you will send his $210,000 to and when will you be sending it.

Was it Interpol, Europol, FBI, CIA, UK Scotland Yard that contacted you?

It can be taken as a given that no request was made and this is a user being selective scammed to the tune of approximately $210,000. The Cryptex.net user will not provide any evidence whatsoever that any claim has been made.



RED FLAG #2: The Company Information and People Behind it

cryptex.net and its owners seem to be excellently placed to implement an almost perfect get away if they planned an exit strategy or have a date in mind and are counting the clock down.

The layer upon layer of secrecy using off-shore companies as part of their aim for secrecy is the sort of stuff multi-million making corporations usually do for minimising tax but has a dual purpose for those wanting to vanish in to thin-air but ensuring they cannot be traced easily.

Cryptex.net the fake crypto exchange is owned by a Limited Liability Partnership registered in Scotland, UK on 26th  October 2017 under the name of: IPSP LP

It has one person registered as the controlling party (significant shareholder called Vitalii Zaderei from Ukraine who has given the address as: Apt. 14, Pr-T Geroev Stalingrada 4, Kiev, 04210, Ukraine).

The Scotland registered LLP company has two companies listed as partners (Damitra Group Ltd and Lamen Business Ltd). Both companies are registered in Seychelles and used  London cheap mailing-address-for-hire as their UK address but are associated with over 100 companies past and present between them with their main function seeming to simply facilitate off-shore holding/ownership.

As for Vitalii Zaderei from Ukraine, he might be part of this scam or his ID might have been used to register the LLP in Scotland with or without his consent. That remains unknown at this time but what is clear is that they have no office in the UK. It seems like one or a couple of scammers working from home in the hope someone like the victim comes along and they can make money by stealing. They probably have not even visited Scotland before but the address given in Scotland is a cheap mailing address where too many companies are sharing the same address but can be seen in the images: Suite 1, 4 Queen Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH2 1JE



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RED FLAG #3: Social Media

They have 484 followers on Twitter and well not much going on at Facebook and both Telegram accounts either. You would expect more from an exchange claiming to be over 2 years old:

https://twitter.com/cryptex_net



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https://www.facebook.com/cryptex.net/




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SUMMARY

There are too many holes in the cryptex.net scam project and the team behind it but I have listed a handful, just enough to expose them as scammers.

Thousands of companies-on-paper-only have used the same address as the one that owns this exchange. All the issues of promoting the UK address trying to portray it as a real company with a real office and a real team when it is nothing but a cheap mailing address means that it cannot be trusted. On top of that there is no telephone number to contact and not even an About Us page on their website also means it cannot be trusted.

They never filed any accounts with the UK tax office, they did not register for UK VAT, they registered a LLP rather than a LTD incorporation because even if they get caught after exit scamming the LLP means they are not liable to pay any debts the company owes:

"Each member pays tax on their share of the profits, as in an ‘ordinary’ business partnership, but isn’t personally liable for any debts the business can’t pay": https://www.gov.uk/guidance/set-up-and-run-a-limited-liability-partnership-llp

They have next to zero in social media followers and updates. Their website blog is dead too. The whole thing is fairly unprofessional but it is understandable why occasional victims would fall in to their trap. They selective scammed this victim (PuyaMaster) but did not expect him to make it public, now the ball is in their court.

It is sad the victim lost $210,000 in approximately 23.8 BTC to the scammers. It is a massive hit to take, I really feel sorry for him.

The manner is which the Cryptex.net user posted trying to justify the stealing of the victims funds was a clear indication that this had all the hallmarks of a scam and warranted further investigation.

It was the fact that Cryptex.net inadvertently alluded to getting revenge on the victim (PuyaMaster) that forced me to expedite the creation of this thread in the hope that others do not get scammed too.

As for the owners of the so-called Cryptex exchange, if they want to they can easily save face by saying their investigations are complete and they will allow the victim to withdraw the funds then the matter is closed. I doubt they will do this unless there is heavy pressure from the community.




Updated 11th November 2019:

The victim (PuyaMaster) was not familiar with the process so I advised him to create a flag against the cryptex.net scammers.

I request you all support this flag against them and their fake exchange:


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November 11, 2019, 02:15:41 AM
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Trusting this kind of amount to a suspicious exchange like this was a very risky decision. But, of course, I shouldn't point out fingers to the victim but only to the perpetrators.

They are already burned: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=1235755

But, in the meantime, if necessary, they pocketed enough money to close the site and open it again with the same software, but a different address in order to fool another victim.

SCAM ALERT: The Rock Trading Exchange (www.therocktrading.com): Deceives bitcoiners to create unverified accounts, blocks the withdrawals covertly in order to let the user keep depositing money and uses every pretext to keep it blocked "forever".
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4975753.0
https://www.coinmedicate.com/the-rock-trading-selective-scam/
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November 11, 2019, 03:06:55 AM
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Nice finds about the scammers behind the exchange Mr JollyGood, looks like they are selectively scamming their users, i advice everyone to not deposit, withdraw your coins from there and file police report.

I feel really bad for the person that lost $210,000 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5200216.0

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Dear client!
Your account suspended. Our counterparts funds has locked by existing authorities due to suspicious in fraudulent source of origin.
This funds was received from you previous transactions. The cryptex.net waste more than millions dollars to partners lost coverage.
We have received request from legal authorities regarding this transactions, but this information is not disclosure.
We will hold you funds as money guarantee until the end of investigation.
Thank your for attention.


Pure scam exchange based in Russia Ukraine.

They use bad english language to reply to @PuyaMaster regarding his frozen balance.
It is not wise to send 23.82 BTC to exchange like this, as something similar can be expected to happen.

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Pure scam exchange based in Russia.

They use bad english language to reply to @PuyaMaster regarding his frozen balance.
It is not wise to send 23.82 BTC to exchange like this, as something similar can be expected to happen.


It is very sad that he has lost access to $210,000 worth of his own crypto.

I hope we can all support the flag against the scammers.

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Can anyone tag BTC wallet that Switcheo exchange is using?
That way he can track what they are doing with his Bitcoin, if they are moving it

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Pure scam exchange based in Russia.

They use bad english language to reply to @PuyaMaster regarding his frozen balance.
It is not wise to send 23.82 BTC to exchange like this, as something similar can be expected to happen.


It is very sad that he has lost access to $210,000 worth of his own crypto.

I hope we can all support the flag against the scammers.

Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1235755

Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=1235755


Agree we have to fight scammers with red flags I think this is a big problem and should not happen to other users anymore, I hope the @PuyaMaster problem will be resolved soon.

 
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November 11, 2019, 03:47:57 PM
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Pure scam exchange based in Russia.

They use bad english language to reply to @PuyaMaster regarding his frozen balance.
It is not wise to send 23.82 BTC to exchange like this, as something similar can be expected to happen.


It is very sad that he has lost access to $210,000 worth of his own crypto.

I hope we can all support the flag against the scammers.

Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1235755

Profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=1235755


Agree we have to fight scammers with red flags I think this is a big problem and should not happen to other users anymore, I hope the @PuyaMaster problem will be resolved soon.


As we replied earlier:

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We see the solution of this situation as follows: the victim provides us with sources of the funds, we provide them to third-party platforms, and if those funds are not of criminal source, we will be unblocked there, and we will unblock client's funds at very the same moment. This is all that is needed to resolve this issue. The victim withdraws the complaint and the homegrown Pinkertons apologize for the insults.

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Recommendations to victim. Report the address and the person to the police of Kiev. Vitalii Zaderei Apt. 14, Pr-T Geroev Stalingrada 4, Kiev, 04210, Ukraine That way they will be able to find out who is really behind that exchange. Also report UK address to London police and europol. Screenshot all your correspondence with cryptex scammers and save the links to the local topics. Hire a Ukrainian lawyer (You can find a lot of them online) In my opinion that is the only way to return your funds.
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Recommendations to victim. Report the address and the person to the police of Kiev. Apt. 14, Pr-T Geroev Stalingrada 4, Kiev, 04210, Ukraine That way they will be able to find out who is really behind that exchange. Also report UK address to London police and europol. Screenshot all your correspondence with cryptex scammers and save the links to the local topics. Hire a Ukrainian lawyer (You can find a lot of them online) In my opinion that is the only way to return your funds.

Thank you for your support in this matter, it really means a lot when the community comes together to help in a situation like this.

Right now, both parties are hopefully engaging with each other via email and a resolution just might be in sight. We will have to wait until PuyaMaster posts an update, he needs time.

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Thank you for your support in this matter, it really means a lot when the community comes together to help in a situation like this.
Working together to reveal scammers is another level of contribution for this community and its the best part.

Right now, both parties are hopefully engaging with each other via email and a resolution just might be in sight. We will have to wait until PuyaMaster posts an update, he needs time.
Hope to get positive news from victims side although its kinda rare to expect. You have already spent a lot of time to bring this issue on the daylight. Keep continuing your investigation against this kinda scammers which deserve lots of support from my end. Its the only way by which we can decrease the percentage of scam incidents.

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November 11, 2019, 07:52:40 PM
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It's funny how they say the funds will remain frozen until the "investigation" from the authorities are finished yet at the same post they quickly accused him of doing money laundering with his "funds of unexplained origin" which sounds like what a total scammer would say if they don't want to release the funds of the user. For PuyaMaster I'm sorry that you lost 210k from that scam exchange but the only thing we can do right now is to warn other members here and for CRYPTEX not to have another victim at least from this forum. Flag supported.

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November 11, 2019, 08:18:44 PM
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They already posted the answer. That idiots used binance as a third party exchange.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5200216.msg53051216#msg53051216
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Thank you for your support in this matter, it really means a lot when the community comes together to help in a situation like this.
Working together to reveal scammers is another level of contribution for this community and its the best part.

Right now, both parties are hopefully engaging with each other via email and a resolution just might be in sight. We will have to wait until PuyaMaster posts an update, he needs time.
Hope to get positive news from victims side although its kinda rare to expect. You have already spent a lot of time to bring this issue on the daylight. Keep continuing your investigation against this kinda scammers which deserve lots of support from my end. Its the only way by which we can decrease the percentage of scam incidents.
Thank you TalkStar, much appreciated. I hope there is light at the end of the tunnel for PuyaMaster. The two parties are hopefully are working together now to find a suitable solution that ends with PuyaMaster safely getting his funds back.

I do understand why you mention the rarity of incidents bringing good results when these sorts of issues have risen because you are right that is the way it usually happens but there was a user who has not logged in since December 2018, his user is: ni23457. He had a major problem where he was selective scammed by ChangeNOW (connected with Changelly, Guarda, Atomic Wallet team) and he did what I never ever saw any victim do.

I absolutely respect him whenever some incident happens and it triggers those memories. Would you believe it, he took the fight to the scammers and purchased advertising banners on this forum exposing them! With the exception of a few trolls and sock-puppets this wonderful community of ours backed him to the maximum and they released all his funds to him. At the time it was estimated to be:  100 BCH / 11 BTC / $70,000

He at a later date offered to make a thank you payment to anybody that tried to help him but it was not the reason we backed him. I backed him and supported him throughout because he was unique. He wanted his $70,000 back as matter of principal and was willing to spend more and more money on buying banner ad space in this forum just to expose the scammers and make sure they did not get any new business from here even if it resulted in him losing that $70,000. That was a master stroke, it worked because that alongside the pressure the community applied helped him get him crypto back.

This thread would explain it. It makes excellent reading: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4619534.0




It's funny how they say the funds will remain frozen until the "investigation" from the authorities are finished yet at the same post they quickly accused him of doing money laundering with his "funds of unexplained origin" which sounds like what a total scammer would say if they don't want to release the funds of the user. For PuyaMaster I'm sorry that you lost 210k from that scam exchange but the only thing we can do right now is to warn other members here and for CRYPTEX not to have another victim at least from this forum. Flag supported.
I agree not only is $210,000 a massive amount but the manner in which cryptex.net attempted to set their version of events really did not put them in a good light at all and those warnings you mentioned have already been made so hopefully others will keep that in mind before using cryptex.net

I am 100% sure there was no request from any law enforcement agency. As for the Binance request they made public, I will keep my opinions to myself because hopefully the victim PuyaMaster will be getting all his funds back. There is a strong chance it might happen so we really should proceed with caution now and allow both parties to resolve this in whichever way they want as long as PuyaMaster gets his $210,000 worth crypto back within the next 3-4 days. If that does not happen then cryptex.net are probably aware of the negative backlash they will face so hopefully good news will be forthcoming within the next day.




They already posted the answer. That idiots used binance as a third party exchange.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5200216.msg53051216#msg53051216
Their website gives no indication of them using any third-party exchanges such as Binance but they did make that request from Binance public.

Keeping all that in mind I really think we need to wait for PuyaMaster to post here after he concludes his communication with cryptex.net before speculating further.

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It's funny how they say the funds will remain frozen until the "investigation" from the authorities are finished yet at the same post they quickly accused him of doing money laundering with his "funds of unexplained origin" which sounds like what a total scammer would say if they don't want to release the funds of the user. For PuyaMaster I'm sorry that you lost 210k from that scam exchange but the only thing we can do right now is to warn other members here and for CRYPTEX not to have another victim at least from this forum. Flag supported.
I agree not only is $210,000 a massive amount but the manner in which cryptex.net attempted to set their version of events really did not put them in a good light at all and those warnings you mentioned have already been made so hopefully others will keep that in mind before using cryptex.net

I am 100% sure there was no request from any law enforcement agency. As for the Binance request they made public, I will keep my opinions to myself because hopefully the victim PuyaMaster will be getting all his funds back. There is a strong chance it might happen so we really should proceed with caution now and allow both parties to resolve this in whichever way they want as long as PuyaMaster gets his $210,000 worth crypto back within the next 3-4 days. If that does not happen then cryptex.net are probably aware of the negative backlash they will face so hopefully good news will be forthcoming within the next day.

Just by how they explained the authorities on why PuyaMaster's funds got frozen because of txids is completely foolish to believe. Users are flagged through the set threshold they give depending on the country and the ones flagging it are not the legal authorities itself but the crypto exchange as it's one of their legal obligations to notify the authorities. Basically the authorities won't even have any kind of "investigation" to be started yet not until the exchange itself flag the user for the unusual amount. That excuse alone is enough to see that they are just lying in their asses.

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November 17, 2019, 02:09:29 PM
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I have no complaints against the exchange Cryptex.net , I cancel all accusations and I think our incident is completely closed, so I see no reason to continue it. I sent dark origin funds to cryptex.net platform, maybe i did not know about their origin. I apologize for all the inconvenience and cancel all my complaints previously published.
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I have no complaints against the exchange Cryptex.net , I cancel all accusations and I think our incident is completely closed, so I see no reason to continue it. I sent dark origin funds to cryptex.net platform, maybe i did not know about their origin. I apologize for all the inconvenience and cancel all my complaints previously published.
Even though you no longer have any complaints against the cryptex.net scammers it does not mean they are not scammers.



Quote from: PuyaMaster link=topic=5200216.msg53101585#msg53101585
I sent dark origin funds to cryptex.net platform, maybe i did not know about their origin. I admit my guilt, the arbitrator of this forum decided to return the funds to the addresses from where they came. But I can not accept money to the addresses from which the money was sent. The Cryptex.net forgave me, and also agreed to withdraw funds to other addresses. I apologize for all the inconvenience and cancel all my complaints previously published.
I was surprised to read cryptex.net forgave you. You sent crypto to them because they lied to you and said they were an exchange that was anonymous and would not ask for KYC.

So in the end you lost $210,000 because they sent the crypto back to an address you have no access to and you are the one who is sorry? You are sorry and they forgave you?  Shocked

You may have locked your scam accusation thread but this will stay open in the hope others do not fall victim to the cryptex.net scammers

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As we replied earlier:

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We see the solution of this situation as follows: the victim provides us with sources of the funds, we provide them to third-party platforms, and if those funds are not of criminal source, we will be unblocked there, and we will unblock client's funds at very the same moment. This is all that is needed to resolve this issue. The victim withdraws the complaint and the homegrown Pinkertons apologize for the insults.

How convenient, freezing 210,000 USDs and demanding the source of the funds, without even disclosing what was the reason to suspect the origin of the money in the first place.

Of course, under this police they have an easy pretext to freeze any customer account with a high balance and plenty of pretexts to refuse any evidence sent as fake in order to keep the money.

And they have the nerve to complaint against people denouncing their actions.

Deposit any cent on this exchange at your own very high risk.

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