Bitcointalk scam commits serious US law offenses
The bitcointalk scam forum allows the advertisement of illegal online casinos, money launderers, ICO scams, ponzi schemes and other crypto currency related scams. Bitcointalk.org is the worldwide biggest forum where criminals can advertise its crypto currency scam projects for Bitcoins or for free!
If you read advertisement on bitcointalk.org and became a victim of scammers, please submit your loss using Support ticket.
Please also submit names or locations of participants like forum moderators or Bitcoin loot treasurer?
For example, administrator is the US citizen Michael Marquardt and Bitcoin loot treasurer is US citizen “OgNasty” (photo below) in San Diego.
Administrator Michael Marquardt and other participants can be held liable for the damages victims suffered after reading advertisement on bitcointalk.org. Despite of this, US lawyers preparing the seizure of the bitcontalk.org domain because of advertising huge scale criminal offenses.
Bitcointalk.org supports defamation
Bitcointalk scam administrator Michael Marquardt also allows criminals to start public defamation campaigns to mislead crypto currency scam victims to not enforce its claims. Everyone can open a red flag scam accusation without providing any proof and then you will be publicly marked as a scammer! Even after the offender withdrew his false scam accusation, the bitcointalk.org administration persists to continue the public defamation campaign.
A 19 BTC Megadice scam victim publicly confirmed that bitcointalk.org washed his brain and misled him to not engage GP
Megadice scam victim:
Please note that I am extremely mentally ill brain washed. I am just not as brainy as you and I am not brainy enough to make the only right decision, giving the mandate to game-protect. I am sorry and I have to pay for my stupidity to my lawyer.
Bitcointalk scam collected 9,828 Bitcoins!
For advertising illegal online casinos, money launderers, ICO scams, ponzi schemes and other crypto currency related scams, the criminals behind bitcointalk.org received 9,828 BTC!
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