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So many unserious people with low sense of reasoning, rippers, kids, most painful kids trying to scam some $50, $100

How can people steal screenshots from people’s work and try to use it to scam.

I doubt there are 50% real people here. How can you expect to close a million dollar deal with $100 ?? Do you not make use of your brain??? These fucking scammers are spoiling the image of we senders.I hardly have a good turnout anytime I post advert here because, people are scared, people are even scared now to release online access.

Some people are even going as far as creating fake company accounts.Once you push in funds, they block you and disappear with money.

How can we minimize these and build trust? Because this is sincerely affecting me. I hardly have real trusted receivers to work with these days, making it miserable for people like me that lacks manner of convincing .

Having said, I am hoping that I could create a website of forum with escrow to control how receivers and senders inter-relate with jobs.

Funny thing is that I have worked so hard as a sender since January and the major achievement I made, i got ripped. Its too much. Any suggestion how to minimize these? Can anyone say something? I am at pains. I hate to read updates here anymore, especially POS updates.

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On 6/29/2020 at 8:25 AM, levi said:

So many unserious people with low sense of reasoning, rippers, kids, most painful kids trying to scam some $50, $100

How can people steal screenshots from people’s work and try to use it to scam.

I doubt there are 50% real people here. How can you expect to close a million dollar deal with $100 ?? Do you not make use of your brain??? These fucking scammers are spoiling the image of we senders.I hardly have a good turnout anytime I post advert here because, people are scared, people are even scared now to release online access.

Some people are even going as far as creating fake company accounts.Once you push in funds, they block you and disappear with money.

How can we minimize these and build trust? Because this is sincerely affecting me. I hardly have real trusted receivers to work with these days, making it miserable for people like me that lacks manner of convincing .

Having said, I am hoping that I could create a website of forum with escrow to control how receivers and senders inter-relate with jobs.

Funny thing is that I have worked so hard as a sender since January and the major achievement I made, i got ripped. Its too much. Any suggestion how to minimize these? Can anyone say something? I am at pains. I hate to read updates here anymore, especially POS updates

That's my contact 

+23434097267

I have legit deal for you 

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