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Newest BTC SCAM that SCAMMED ME! Hash-Capitals or Instagram @thegreenfieldmine

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theuxyeti
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Hash Capitals is a SCAM and FRAUD!

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I was completed scammed by

www.hash-capitals.com


this year. While allocating my Steem into BTC and BTC into what they called a mining-pool for BTC i was taken for thousands and thousdans of dollars and would love to put them on blast. Please share this article

I really believe this is a place that gives Crypto Currencies and all of the possible ways to consider adopting it a bad wrap.

Culprit #1 - Thomas Greenfield
Stay away from this luring Instagram siren titled @thegreenfieldmine Not a fan of this guy completely coercing me into a mining pool that claims it mines BTC but really takes your contract money and never gives anything back.

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After many months of moving Steem into BTC through Blocktrades, and then into this pool only to get my payment back, I received excuses upon excuses. I would absolutely appreciate any and all of you to please repost this posting to get the word out about frauding crypto

Scam responses

aren't we in a mining pool for BTC lol cmon man.
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really ? ??
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I'll be the first to say i fell for it, it was rather convincing. but geez!
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So then i said let's consult a Crypto Tax Consultant

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The concluded response from Hash Capitals mining pool

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Is it even possible for blockchain tech to get viruses lol... aren't they validated by blocks and peers?

Like really? aren't we in a mining pool here. aren't we trying to mine btc? Anyway. I definitely wanted to share this with the community to be sure NO ONE Is adopting this SCAM into their world. I fell for it, really believed it and lost. Please SHARE THIS!

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