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June 09, 2014, 07:16:46 PM
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It was posted by someone who looked like a well know member, Dminer69. But yes I feel pretty fishy posting my BTCtalk password now after I changed my email password temporary few days ago
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June 09, 2014, 08:08:28 PM
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Jesus Christ, people. Giving some anonymous website owner the email address AND password you've also used for your exchange accounts where you're storing lots of money? Seriously?


It happens more than you think it does. Shocking actually.
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June 11, 2014, 02:29:50 AM
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- Emptied out my Bittrex account
- Traded my valuable coins for shitcoin at Mintpal and bought high and sold low. These &#&&# bastards knew they couldn't withdraw any money due to email verification, so they simply decided to make sure my balance was as close to zero as possible by buying high and trading low.
- Tried to access my email account as I received a 2FA SMS from Google while I was sleeping, luckily they didn't get in.
- Cryptsy had email 2FA, so no problems there

I am mostly SHOCKED by the second item, that they knew very well it was impossible to withdraw money and therefore just kept on buying high and selling low so my balance would go as close to zero as possible.


HONORcoin, the irony and the #@&$#*&#&# bastards!

they were probably trading against themselves,
so they took your money sir



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