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September 17, 2020, 07:11:40 AM
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The ClipX project, another bounty, managed by the Bounty Detectives' team early today let down bounty hunters gently in what seems a soft exit by announcing that it would no longer continue with the project. The announcement was made here: https://t.me/clipXchannel/13

That was after it had cunningly collected KYC documents from hunters (even though that wasn't explicitly on the bounty thread). ClipX insisted it was going to be a passport document for KYC or nothing. It was really a suspicious move but anxious hunters neglected it. Why ask for only a passport for KYC and not any other document.

My advise to bounty hunters:
1. Don't participate in any bounty without escrowed rewards.
2. Don't be in a rush to participate in every bounty that comes up.
3. Follow only trusted Bounty Managers.
4. DYOR on any project and don't rely on BMs. Most of them don't even research a project before going into contract with project team.

Anyone else got any advice for bounty hunters, especially the noobs among them?

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September 17, 2020, 07:29:35 AM
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The ClipX project, another bounty, managed by the Bounty Detectives' team early today let down bounty hunters gently in what seems a soft exit by announcing that it would no longer continue with the project. The announcement was made here: https://t.me/clipXchannel/13

That was after it had cunningly collected KYC documents from hunters (even though that wasn't explicitly on the bounty thread). ClipX insisted it was going to be a passport document for KYC or nothing. It was really a suspicious move but anxious hunters neglected it. Why ask for only a passport for KYC and not any other document.

My advise to bounty hunters:
1. Don't participate in any bounty without escrowed rewards.
2. Don't be in a rush to participate in every bounty that comes up.
3. Follow only trusted Bounty Managers.
4. DYOR on any project and don't rely on BMs. Most of them don't even research a project before going into contract with project team.

Anyone else got any advice for bounty hunters, especially the noobs among them?

agree, do not provide your documents to everyone, there is a lot of scammers that just want to collect passports and other personal documents

one should follow only trusted BM, but that is obviously not enough, you should always do your own research, or otherwise you can send you personal documents to non-trusted persons, that can use it for some frauds

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September 17, 2020, 07:34:21 AM
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Anyone else got any advice for bounty hunters, especially the noobs among them?

Better not trust any platforms that requires KYC upon registration or in any investment. It is common even back then whereas projects often tend to manipulate nor pay bounty hunters but not most of them then those hunters would be their living proof of legitimacy, hence with their promotions on a project, they also didn't know that they're just being fooled, then comes right after such hideous activities such as stealing KYC's data and customers identity.

To all bounty hunters out there, better not trust other people's opinions, but rather search and investigate for yourself.

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September 17, 2020, 08:07:09 AM
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If a bounty asks for a KYC, bounty hunters don't have a choice but to follow it or leave their rewards. They are in the midst of it having no other choice but to be forced to pursue the KYC just for the sake of the rewards. Well, if this has happened already not just this time and probably from some other projects in the past. For the bounty hunters, be always careful when choosing a bounty and the bounty manager. You can be on the same situation if you will not apply DYOR.

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September 17, 2020, 08:17:23 AM
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The clipX bounty was run by Bounty Detective - they guarantee thedistribution of awards, there is an inscription at the beginning of each program. I wonder what kind of compromise they will find between the hunters and Bounty Detective in this case.
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September 17, 2020, 08:17:41 AM
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This is an ongoing threat that bounty hunters are exposed to, and there is nothing you can do about it except for doing your own research initially and hope for the best. This is the cost of getting crypto for free.  
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September 17, 2020, 08:30:28 AM
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3. Follow only trusted Bounty Managers.
I'd disagree
It seems BountyDetective is very popular manager due to handle many bounties. Also most of bounty hunters said he's good and trusted manager even though he's pretty new [1] So, trusted nor new bounty managers won't prevent this kind issues... especially on Bounties.


[1] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5264285.0

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September 17, 2020, 08:31:43 AM
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This is highly unfortunate, I was also going to participate in their campaigns because the project looked good but skipped because i was busy.
I think Bounty Detective should ramp up their due diligence before accepting a project as they were trusted initially but now they should feel under pressure because we have already seen some scam projects from them so if they want to stay competitive they need to come up with the best projects only.
Bounty hunters should be careful also and only select top quality projects to promote.

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September 17, 2020, 08:38:58 AM
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After kingcasino scam this is really bad from bounty detective to be honest, someother projects or campaigns they are doing also seem suspicious because they are delaying distribution and their exchange value is continuously decreasing on the exchanges due to high chance of team selling.
Definitely bounty detective needs to improve project selection criteria if they want to sustain and exist in this market for long time.

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September 17, 2020, 08:42:36 AM
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And now they are going to sell those documents and earn more money for themselves. Sad people just go around and throw their identity documents for just few bucks. It is like they don't really care if their identity gets stolen as long as they get paid!
It was already a red flag alert when they were asking for only passports as a valid document.
The ClipX project, another bounty, managed by the Bounty Detectives' team early today let down bounty hunters gently
1. Don't participate in any bounty without escrowed rewards.
They can still runaway with your documents even if they have escrows. It is not about the rewards, it is about the safety of your identity.

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8. The bounty manager and the project team reserve the right to make changes to the conditions at any time.

Bounty hunters should observe and read all the rules, because some projects might abuse this particular rule including not to pay hunters. Like what happen to Payaccept the team sound suspicious and has a lot of excuses not to pay hunter after 3 months campaign.

The best rules should be:
Funds are escrowed or they should pay on weekly basis would be fair for everyone.

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September 17, 2020, 08:57:48 AM
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Thank you for bringing this up, it is already a repeat of what had happened to 2017:

1. Projects pulling an exit scam
2. Projects getting hack, resulting to investors losing their money
3. Projects asking for KYC and then exiting, taking all the personal info that could be sold in the dark web
4. Projects asking for ETH just to withdraw your so called bounties.

And there's more, so let this be another expensive lessons to bounty hunters, and too bad for those who have participated in this bounty. One day you might find out your data are being leaked and being used by cyber criminals.

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September 17, 2020, 09:23:42 AM
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I'm concerned about bounty projects that require KYC provision. It is worth mentioning that the value of the bonus, as well as the potential of that project, is worthy of sacrificing our KYC work.
Clipx is backed by  Bounty Detective, he's a reputable bounty manager. The mistake of stealing KYC belongs to the project.

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September 17, 2020, 09:40:42 AM
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1. Don't participate in any bounty without escrowed rewards.

Most often, rewards are not escrowed. And there is no use escrowing unknown tokens. Even if the team will stick it out with the project if they don't have any products developed those tokens will still be worthless.

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Most bounty hunters are not doing due diligence, so whether they are in a rush or not does not matter because they are not doing research.
 
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3. Follow only trusted Bounty Managers.

Bounty managers sometimes are also like bounty hunters. They are not doing careful research. As you said in your number 4.

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September 17, 2020, 09:46:09 AM
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I'm concerned about bounty projects that require KYC provision. It is worth mentioning that the value of the bonus, as well as the potential of that project, is worthy of sacrificing our KYC work.
Clipx is backed by  Bounty Detective, he's a reputable bounty manager. The mistake of stealing KYC belongs to the project.


It is not the fault of BM. He doesn't know the ulterior motives of those project owners. If they were asking for passport only, then something was really wrong. A legit project asking for KYC can accept even the Driver's License. Seems that they will sell those docs to the highest bidder. To the bounty hunters, please make sure that your sending your vital docs to legit companies. But sometimes, it is really hard to determine the status of the project at the start. Because even if they have licenses, they can still disappear, especially substandard licenses.

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This is not good. Clearly a bad sign foe detective since asking kyc is not good. But let the hunters decide on their own. However, knowing they keep insisting on passport details are likely suspicious. For a bounty campaign, kyc isone thing I hate. Why the hell, needed it even you dont invest on the project? It does not make sense to ask for kyc and this is only applicable on investors to avoid money laundering.
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I'd also try to read the project Terms and Conditions before joining them.
Don't give out your private information to strangers in the name of kyc. It's dangerous thing to do. If you must give, make sure they are accountable and "cannot" misuse or even access the information. There should be ways to verify people's identities without having full access to such sensitive information.



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September 17, 2020, 10:28:06 AM
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This is an ongoing threat that bounty hunters are exposed to, and there is nothing you can do about it except for doing your own research initially and hope for the best. This is the cost of getting crypto for free.  
But they aren't exactly getting it for free, this is simply payment for a job well done for weeks some may last for months

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September 17, 2020, 10:33:42 AM
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I'd also try to read the project Terms and Conditions before joining them.
Don't give out your private information to strangers in the name of kyc. It's dangerous thing to do. If you must give, make sure they are accountable and "cannot" misuse or even access the information. There should be ways to verify people's identities without having full access to such sensitive information.
I agree with you on that note,
I once had a friend whose wallet balance was emptied because she sent her sensitive informations to a guy she met on telegram since she was trying to sign up on a platform and he offered to help completes the process. And when she told me about it, there was nothing I could do since she already sent him the phrase code.

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Last edit: September 17, 2020, 10:56:12 AM by Akiko
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That's is the reasons why you need to protect your self and do not give any of your important  document to any company  or websites that asking it, just because you want to earn money its not secured  thinking and your identity is at risk and can also be use for  illegal activities .

Now we don't have any idea what they are planning to do for documents they collected  . Even how you trust the manager or the owner of  the project it doesn't mean you can also trust your details to them. There are many warnings already given by many professionals member here for the KYC procedure and give warning that is not secured.

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