PSA: If the site looks like this, it's a scam pt. 2

PSA: If the site looks like this, it's a scam pt. 2

By tipplenurkey | Proven Passive | 2 Jun 2020


In the first post, I showed you what the dashboard pages of an untold number of fake cloud mining sites look like.  I told you that, when you try to withdraw, they would demand some kind of payment first.  Well, I went ahead and stuck with that site long enough to reach their withdrawal threshold and, as expected, this is what I got when I tried to withdraw:

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Keep dreaming, scammers.  No legitimate cloud mining service works this way.  Any maintenance fees will, as a general rule, be deducted automatically, usually on a daily basis, from whatever you mine through the site.  Why would a site demand a payment like this when they could much more easily deduct that amount from the requested withdrawal and send you the rest?  The answer is simple: they are not actually mining anything, have no crypto to give or take (other than what they've already stolen) and will therefore never pay you.  Please, spread this information as far as you can so people who are new to crypto and cloud mining don't get burned.

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tipplenurkey
tipplenurkey

Disabled veteran, father of 7 and crypto investor with a natural talent for research and a God-given gift with numbers.


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