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February 10, 2020, 11:42:10 PM
Last edit: February 11, 2020, 12:18:09 AM by JollyGood
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SCAM ALERT
bitcoindiscount.info
70% DISCOUNT ON BITCOIN



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This is the link for their website: https://bitcoindiscount.info



I have tried to set this thread up as fast as I could with screenshots and enough information to warn users, especially newbies. I request members reading give the scammer negative trust and feedback.

Just one glance at the website shows it is a blatant scam. The social media and login to Medium is as pathetic as they come. The scammer wants to be paid in ETH and made that point in his posts in the forum. Clicking the link for payment shows a fake jquery style pop-up asking for money to be paid in ETH. I was alerted to this website just minutes ago because the following user was promoting it in the following thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2758751 (BitcoinFREEFREE1)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5224815 (Website sell BTC with 70% Discount)

Everybody is advised to copy/paste the following to their Trust list and add the scammer to their IGNORE list: ~BitcoinFREEFREE1







Who in their right mind would believe any situation or scenario where anybody would be selling $10,000 worth of Bitcoin for just $3000 and only accepting Ethereum for payment?

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EVERYBODY IS ADVISED TO STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCAM

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February 11, 2020, 04:21:19 PM
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The thread is no longer available now but the screenshot shows exactly what a pathetic low-life the user BitcoinFREEFREE1 really is.

The modlog shows BitcoinFREEFREE1 has been nuked - thankfully all his posts have been deleted but that website is still up with a browser warning which must be avoided, please do not fall for that scam.

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February 12, 2020, 09:41:53 AM
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I have added your information to Cryptoscamalert.com
https://cryptoscamalert.com/crypto_scam_report/63
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February 15, 2020, 12:13:07 AM
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I never heard of your website before. Feel free to go through the scams listed in the Scam Accusation board then add as many as you want to your website so others become aware of them.


I have added your information to Cryptoscamalert.com
https://cryptoscamalert.com/report/63

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February 16, 2020, 12:25:52 AM
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I think they where also using fake medium website clone, but I can't confirm it now.
They often do same thing

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February 16, 2020, 02:41:12 PM
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The links are to the genuine Medium but they are just using any tactic to scam from gullible investors. They are low-life scammers because all they want is to sit behind a computer desk and wait for victims to send them crypto for free.


I think they where also using fake medium website clone, but I can't confirm it now.
They often do same thing


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February 17, 2020, 01:50:28 AM
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I guess their game is saying: we hacked other people's bitcoin wallets and stole their bitcoins. But we are honest persons, so, you can trust us that after you send us your ETH we will send you the stolen bitcoins.

We are selling these bitcoins at 30% of the price just because we are very good stealers, on a double sense: we steal well and then sell the btcs at a low price to help others.

You know, we could clean those hot stolen bitcoins on a mixer or a shady exchange, but we prefer to sell them to you at 30% of their price out of pure goodness.

But good warning, because, we all know that there are many people that let greed freeze their brains.

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".
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