Yes, it’s been brought up again and again– had I done more research before sending them bitcoins… Lesson learned.
Maybe this’ll help someone in the future:
I was given this btc address for payment, post-sending the money I checked the blockchain on it and saw this. No, it’s not an automatic reason to be suspicious but there are vendors out there that have much older addresses with more transactions.
Again, not something that’s an instant ‘oh this is a scam’, but it’s a bit of a (retrospective) red flag for the newbies among us.
All this said, does anyone have any experience with Xillia and Financial Wisdom? I’ve been doing some research and they seem on the up-and-up but once burnt twice shy, you know?
- LostWanderer answered 3 years ago
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It’s a scam, see the proof here https://stoptorscam.wordpress.com/2015/09/17/wall-street-forum-scammer-ccseller/
- snob answered 2 years ago
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