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Thread: High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

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    High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

    HIGH PROBABILITY SCAM/PONZI/TAX EVASION/ORGANIZED CREW/$ LAUNDERING/MANIPULATION OF MINING BLOCKCHAIN/CYBERCRIME
    We Grow Bitcoins
    btcgds.com
    EARN 1 BITCOIN
    btcgds.com
    Global Distribution System
    www.Bidadvertz.com
    www.SEOCheckout.com
    By Charles Wurster and Cory Bodette.
    Went from donation platform to gifting and what appears to be a PONZI and their way of laundering money. I need a pro to do some research.

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    Re: High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanDream View Post
    I need a pro to do some research.
    OZ called it back on April 1st, but he sys everything's a scam and is just about driving traffic to his site.

    We Grow Bitcoins Review: Three-tier bitcoin gifting


    Cory Holliman showed up and made a few supporting posts, from there something called Eddynote. Residual Income, yeah that's the ticket.


    https://plus.google.com/+CoryHolliman

    https://plus.google.com/communities/...75323723228053

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    Cory Holliman - Local Concierge
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    Great video! EddyNote is on it's way to make Royaltie and Aservia Go look like garage companies




    https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/eddynote.net

    https://www.facebook.com/EddyNote-822311307923940/

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    Re: High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

    Dude with the fake background (HOME OFFICE DESIGN - INTERIOR DESIGNS) does an interesting review of Eddynote.




    Cory rebuts it, or I guess he does I can't personally be bothered to listen for 30 minutes.




    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanDream View Post
    HIGH PROBABILITY SCAM/PONZI/TAX EVASION/ORGANIZED CREW/$ LAUNDERING/MANIPULATION OF MINING BLOCKCHAIN/CYBERCRIME
    We Grow Bitcoins
    btcgds.com
    EARN 1 BITCOIN
    btcgds.com
    Global Distribution System
    www.Bidadvertz.com
    www.SEOCheckout.com
    By Charles Wurster and Cory Bodette.
    Went from donation platform to gifting and what appears to be a PONZI and their way of laundering money. I need a pro to do some research.
    I'm not a pro, do this for giggles.

    1. The names of those websites don't sound remotely serious. "Earn1Bitcoin" unless you're 12 WTF do you suppose happens on a site like that unless Santa is running it?

    2. Endless recruiting and mentions of residual or passive income are always problematic when reviewing any opportunity. Somebody has to sell stuff to an end user not involved in the scheme. If its not the person making the video or the person watching the video a red flag large enough to get you stomped by the bull being peddled is waving in your face.

    3. Plays on hot trends like Bitcoin and displacing social media giants with a you too can get paid message are favorites in the scam world.

    4. Videos with liberal use of the word scam. If someone baits you into a video telling you something isn't a scam, its a scam.
    "It's virtually impossible to violate rules ... but it's impossible for a violation to go undetected, certainly not for a considerable period of time." Bernie Madoff
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scam-...98399986981403

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    Re: High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

    While I grok the other claims and accusations, I do not understand how one would manipulate a mining blockchain.
    Would you care to elaborate and explain this to someone who doesn't deal with the cryptocurrency world?
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    Re: High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

    A perhaps more pertinent question would be "IS there a blockchain, or is it an Excel spreadsheet like the hundreds of other fakes currently infesting the 'net" ???
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    Re: High probability owner is stealing funds and manipulating blockchain

    After taking a quick look at btcgds.com and their public documentation, I can conclusively say that this scheme is criminal and misleading. What they describe is nothing more than a bitcoin version of a cash gifting pyramid scheme, falsely calling the transfers donations rather than recognizing that they are an unregistered and illegal security.
    If you are in Prosper With Integrity, and do not like that your personal information has been published here, please talk to these good people: http://www.attorneygeneral.gov http://www.ic3.gov http://www.fbi.gov

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