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    That depends entirely on whether or not they finish their homework in time and their mum lets them
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    You won't be back.
    Whereas you will still be here, in your miserable existence. Go live a bit Char. There's a whole world out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    That depends entirely on whether or not they finish their homework in time and their mum lets them
    You can't even do mum jokes correctly, good grief. Also love the bold as if it makes your words any less weak.

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    So, Stevie, have you managed to find any proof that Digitex is legitimate while you've been away ???

    Or are we going to trade insults until it collapses on its' own due to ponzi math ???
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    Stevie, please point to something here on Realscam.com that was reckoned to be a scam that was not actually a scam.

    If Simon Stepsys or Mark Ghobril are involved it's 100% a SCAM!

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    Silly Stevie seems to be labouring under the misapprehension that anyone here gives a dam whether or not we have provided sufficient proof to satisfy his requirements.



    As the REALSCAM.com logo says:

    "Is it or isn't it? You decide"

    Stevie has decided - end of.

    I'm going to be here anyway, so it makes no difference to me if Silly Stevie spends the next few weeks until Digitex collapses trying to get a rise out of people by (juvenile) button pushing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    So, Stevie, have you managed to find any proof that Digitex is legitimate while you've been away ???

    Or are we going to trade insults until it collapses on its' own due to ponzi math ???
    The point is - the original poster has to present the facts - why is that being ignored? It may be a scam and it may not but the point is - you donít start an agenda or case without bringing up facts first. Thatís all. Simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_Shmoe View Post
    Stevie, please point to something here on Realscam.com that was reckoned to be a scam that was not actually a scam.
    What - because threads canít be deleted? Use your brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveshaw View Post
    The point is - the original poster has to present the facts - why is that being ignored? It may be a scam and it may not but the point is - you donít start an agenda or case without bringing up facts first. Thatís all. Simple.
    Ummn, actually.

    Digitex is asking the public to send them money.

    Therefore, it's up to them to provide proof they are a) legitimate b) registered with the SEC





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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveshaw View Post
    What - because threads canít be deleted? Use your brain.
    Ah, the old "deleted threads" gambit, Eh ???

    You really are new at this, aren't you Stevie ??

    The champion of the need to provide "facts" and "proof" has to resort to innuendo to "prove" his argument.

    Threads can be deleted = we must have done it

    Oh, the irony
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    Steveshaw, most of the posters in this thread have been studying these "online opportunities" for many years (in some cases two decades) as they come into existence, suck up huge sums of money, enrich promoters and then disappear. It's not unusual for a supporter such as yourself to appear in the promo stages enthusiastically and sometimes arrogantly bashing those trying to encourage caution (see "stacy532 in the Traffic Monsoon thread) They don't return once the SCAM fades into oblivion.

    Unless you are an impulsive troll, logic suggests that you have some reason to support DIGITEX as a legitimate business that is not interested in the scrutiny involved with being approved by regulators in the USA. In the absence of your providing any evidence that DIGITEX is not just another "real money black hole", would you at least inform us of your qualifications and motivations to be assessing this opportunity? Have you sent DIGITEX any real money? What experience do you have "investing" in online opportunities?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shipdit View Post
    .Unless you are an impulsive troll,
    Nah, it's pure coincidence

    Stevie and his mate RyanG were just cruisin' the 'net and stumbled on a discussion about a scheme we had declared fraudulent.

    Not knowing anything about Digitex, of course, but, being the advocates for truth they are, the lads decided to drop in and stand up for the right of criminals to defraud others..

    The fact they chose this forum on which to land was purely accidental, as is the fact they joined within four minutes of each other pure coincidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveshaw View Post
    The point is - the original poster has to present the facts - why is that being ignored?
    Steve to my mind the below is a fact. All pimps listed have their own threads here at RealScam, for what you ask? Promoting scams, including a handful where people went to prison. Please refrain from being a child and asking if they are really the worlds worst.

    Quote Originally Posted by shipdit
    The worst Ponzi pimps are already fighting each other for the pool of suckers:

    Simon Stepsys
    Faith Sloan
    Ari Maccabi
    Steve Lawson
    Danny Turner

    DIGITEX "Bitcoin Futures Trading"
    FACT!

    Quote Originally Posted by shipdit
    2. That it's a "no cost" exchange! ... Because they promise that the only way they get paid is "by creating a small number of new tokens each year" that they give to themselves.

    3. That of course as with any Ponzi SCAM, they also have the option of just keeping all that real money you send them for themselves and leaving you staring at the worthless tokens on your computer screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveshaw View Post
    It may be a scam and it may not but the point is - you don’t start an agenda or case without bringing up facts first.
    Digitex freely admits they are in violation of anti-money laundering laws, what catchall nomenclature would you prefer if not "scam"?

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    I hardly know where to begin with the laws being broken here.

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    100X Margin on BTC futures is off the charts when compared with what is happening in the real world. More like bucket shops of yore or the binary options/ fx trading scams that filled the net pre-crypto. Since Dititex isn't licensed to transact business in the US simply soliciting US investors is violation enough.

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    Brokers impose margin requirements above clearinghouses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveshaw View Post
    That’s all. Simple.
    Sure was. Perhaps bring your A game next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveshaw View Post
    I love how this entire thread is based on absolutely no facts at all. Oh It’s fake because some Ponzi scheme guy posted a referral link? Are you guys utterly moronic? Stop screaming SCAM when you have absolutely no facts at all. This is supposed to be realscam.com not wehavenofactsatallorbrainsatall.com

    Have you actually read the whitepaper or the site? Of course you haven’t - congratulations for one of the worst threads of the year.
    Well that settles it, please let us know where we can send our apology notes.





    Quote Originally Posted by GymAlien View Post
    Not proof in the least that USI Tech is a scam... You Really have no proof at all do you? Just a sh!t load of acusations and VERY thin connections. An MLM guy joined an MLM that went under is about all I see that means anything here... Damn it dude, do you make money doing this... what is your motivation here? "ONE WONDERS" is all you got!!!
    But, then you go ON and ON and ON... just Wondering and trying hard as you can to make connections that may or may not really mean anything...

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    All the detractors of Profitable Sunrise have zero proof for their cynicism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueDiligence View Post
    I am completely staggered at the lack of any Due Diligence show by any of the comments here. I joined this because I truly thought that it was a group of clever astute individuals reviewing potential opportunities with a clear metric.
    What exactly is the methodology that you use to decide if an opportunity is legitimate or a scam? All that I can see here is nonfactual conjecture, based upon nothing more than your personal dislike for what you have decided is erroneous.
    Sad really when you think that you really did have an opportunity to evaluate in a professional manner which might have added value to or deterred people from joining. I would suggest that most intelligent people reading this will simply turn off.
    Your community should be endorsing great opportunities and advising against real scams by presenting fact based on measurable, real and conclusive evidences.
    FlexKom, who knows, I came here seeking advice, do or don’t do, you have failed me, so I shall continue to do my own research.
    Ps, I will advise you what the outcome is……………
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG1988 View Post
    This ICO not being available to US residents is expected. The US government has blocked almost all ICOs, so I don't see how this can be a sign of it being a scam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanG1988 View Post
    I'm more worried that the people saying this is a "scam" aren't saying this for their own personal interest.
    Of course you are, expect a knock on your door any day to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Altruism.
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    So after reading all this bullshit about SCAM or NOT SCAM i will invest a little bit to see what happens. If it's scam then you were right but i will not apology because your were just lucky for saying it was a scam without providing any facts . If it's not scam i hope you all burn in hell for spreading this nonsense bullshit that this world didn't deserve. We will see in a few weeks . Bye

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    lol. scammers worried already.
    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    lol. scammers worried already.
    It sure looks like it:

    "There are currently 227 users browsing this thread. (5 members and 222 guests)"

    5 days -> 8,500 views

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    This one is putting together a Hall of Fame style cast of nickel & dime ponzi players. Hilarious.
    Its all con artists. They need more rubes !

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    "the owner seems really confident and even promises this one won't be going anywhere"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    lol. scammers worried already.
    I would hope so.

    If you have a shred of intelligence, this one is set up for long term massive failure for the customers.

    Short term should be OK if the sucker round up is big enough.
    "the owner seems really confident and even promises this one won't be going anywhere"

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    Steveshaw, I am really disappointed in you. Here I gave you your big chance to impress everyone. I put you on stage front and center and what did you do? You punted. You didn't put up a fight but continued with the childish and amateurish name-calling, but at least you now are hedging your bets it could be a scam. Too funny.

    Be sure to tell all the other promoters of Digitex to come and lend you support because you are failing miserably.
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    Whereas you will still be here, in your miserable existence. Go live a bit Char. There's a whole world out there
    Another telltale sign this dude has been brainwashed by upline.

    Let me guess, I'm also jealous. I don't get it. I'm negative. I don't understand what "X" is.

    And they tell you, This is going to take the world by storm. We're positioned to become the most successful MLM in history. Stop working your J.O.B. (Just over broke) You are so smart for seeing what an incredible opportunity this is. You're going places. How does it feel to be your own boss?

    Sound familiar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arowx View Post
    So after reading all this bullshit about SCAM or NOT SCAM i will invest a little bit to see what happens.
    You're going to invest? Good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arowx View Post
    So after reading all this bullshit about SCAM or NOT SCAM i will invest a little bit to see what happens. If it's scam then you were right but i will not apology because your were just lucky for saying it was a scam without providing any facts . If it's not scam i hope you all burn in hell for spreading this nonsense bullshit that this world didn't deserve. We will see in a few weeks . Bye
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