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January 16, 2021, 10:09:54 AM
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Hi Everyone,

Sooo Nearly had me,  I was so close to buying 3 x A10 Pro's...
Same I asked a question on eBay and he posted the bitcointalk forum url that is a hidden domain name.

SCAM --- https://bitcointalk.org-indexphp-topic-14358523.online --- SCAM

Scammer on eBay --- em-powell ---

Very clever indeed.  im just glad you all posted this on here or I may have got done.  
I searched google for "SCAM SITE bitminer.asia" and this thread came up (THANK YOU)!

PS nice to meet you all.

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January 16, 2021, 10:26:32 AM
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Glad you avoided this one Mick.

I've been delving into the bitcoin wallet they're using, and it looks like $147k has been received through multiple wallets so far.

A crypto security agency has been assigned to investigate, and hopefully freeze the scammers funds - will update




Hi Everyone,

Sooo Nearly had me,  I was so close to buying 3 x A10 Pro's...
Same I asked a question on eBay and he posted the bitcointalk forum url that is a hidden domain name.

SCAM --- https://bitcointalk.org-indexphp-topic-14358523.online --- SCAM

Very clever indeed.  im just glad you all posted this on here or I may have got done. 
I searched google for "SCAM SITE bitminer.asia" and this thread came up (THANK YOU)!

PS nice to meet you all.

Mick


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January 18, 2021, 10:25:22 PM
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his new ebayname is "sandra-br0wn"
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January 22, 2021, 07:10:58 AM
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Looks like they've taken the website and email offline now. Either they've made enough money and given up, or they got fed up of the IP stressor attacks

The domain location came out of Dallas in Texas, so probably not Asian at all - still tracking the bitcoin movements
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January 22, 2021, 02:10:19 PM
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Hello, right they don't even have the page active, they scammed me too, 10 days ago I asked for two a10 pro and nothing comes. I feel stupid...
what do you think about the btc coinfirm claim page https://www.coinfirm.com/products/reclaim-crypto/?__ca__chat=FyVg6QUkQHwL
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January 22, 2021, 02:32:36 PM
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what do you think about the btc coinfirm claim page https://www.coinfirm.com/products/reclaim-crypto/?__ca__chat=FyVg6QUkQHwL


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For avoidance of doubt, the prioritize option to make the claim the Priority Claim does not guarantee that Participant’s assets will be successfully reclaimed. Coinfirm conducts the Initial Feasibility Assessment of every submitted claim in accordance with this Terms. If result of the assessment indicates that chosen Detailed Reclaim Request is Feasible Claim or potential criminal offence, Coinfirm and Partner may propose to Participant entering into the Commercial Agreement, as specified in the Section X hereinbelow.

Feasibility is one thing, reality is another.
They specialize in tracking transactions nothing else, even if by pure luck scammers have sent the coins to an exchange and used their real name there it's still a matter of courts to get your money back, only a court order will allow an executor to lock their accounts and see their property and resell them and liquidate the assets for compensation.

You can drop them an inquiryt but no money in advance!
Besides, I doubt they will take any case that is under 50-100k, it's not profitable enough for such an investigation.


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January 22, 2021, 08:46:56 PM
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It would be bringing together all those affected and that I think is complicated, They will sell in money B they are not stupid,if someone affected reads it and wants to join in trying.. anluva79@gmail.com
thanks, a greeting..
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January 24, 2021, 12:31:57 PM
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I get scammed too , if someone can help me to recover my money it will be great  .    sarcapatrick96@gmail.com

I paid 5300$ .
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January 26, 2021, 04:28:22 PM
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Glad you avoided this one Mick.

I've been delving into the bitcoin wallet they're using, and it looks like $147k has been received through multiple wallets so far.

A crypto security agency has been assigned to investigate, and hopefully freeze the scammers funds - will update




Hi Everyone,

Sooo Nearly had me,  I was so close to buying 3 x A10 Pro's...
Same I asked a question on eBay and he posted the bitcointalk forum url that is a hidden domain name.

SCAM --- https://bitcointalk.org-indexphp-topic-14358523.online --- SCAM

Very clever indeed.  im just glad you all posted this on here or I may have got done. 
I searched google for "SCAM SITE bitminer.asia" and this thread came up (THANK YOU)!

PS nice to meet you all.

Mick



Hi Joe was scammed a lot from these, what's the chances of getting funds back? Could you private message me re. the investigation, 2 minds are better than 1 etc. I've just tried messaging you but get the error you aren't accepting messages from newbies!

Many thanks
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January 29, 2021, 09:33:54 AM
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Sorry for the delay I've been away for a few days - feel free to email me (jcrane03@hotmail.co.uk) the crypto security companies are more likely to assist if the amount taken if of significant amount

No doubt the scammer is still watching these forums (he posted a picture of his fake delivery) I'm keeping an eye on any other websites that might pop up, or the original one and will take them offline if need be
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January 29, 2021, 10:10:08 AM
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Hi all

I have an interesting site to share, my company developed a platform for crypto scam victims where they can report crypto fraud for free. More information is on my profile, I don't want to spam.
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