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Fraudster Alert! Always make sure you are on the Website you want to be!!!

If you are using the Trading Platform Cryptsy.com and by chance type it incorrectly you could end up on a identical copy of the website that just want your Login details to rob you.  (http://cryrptsy.com) This Website is a FRAUD!!!

Check the Spelling of the Website Name ( “R” in front of the “P”). 

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I started to do a few checks and it did not really add up. For starters doing a whois on there domain with domaintools.com I found the following details about the registered domain. I did a few checks on the identity and they do not add up so this are defiantly fake informations.

domain-whois of cryrptsy.com

  • hosted in San José, Costa Rica.
  • registered to a Fake Name and Address

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If you check Blekko you see that the side is interfacing into Cryptsy.com.

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The same Owner got 3 more sides registered under this Domain Provider in France.

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  • omeaard.net –> (This looks like a fraud-side for onecard.net)
  • inecard.net –> (This looks like a fraud-side for one onecard.net)
  • CoinlBase.com –> (This looks like a fraud-side for coinbase.com)

Pretty simple search really, just take the Registrar Number and let Google do the work (Registrant Phone: +1.8137206600)

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Digging into it deeper and deeper I find one fraudulent domain after the next crossing countries like nothing. It is crazy in my opinion that the ISP’s work so reckless letting such Domains even register without prior checks.

For the above it is kinda odd that the Registrar housing in Lille/France (www.netim.com) is currently not even online from what I see. I called up the given Support number and there is only Voicemail attached. Checking the Web-Archives here is what the website looked like in November 2013

Coinibase.com Scam-Side..

I am not sure if this is just in preparation or already been taken down, but if you check the wrongly spelled side (coinibase.com) you get a forwarder address to the following domain: (http://coindase.com/singin) Coindase.com which was created just on 21.11.2013 using the privacy protection service. The side was registered just about a month ago so I guess this is still in preparation for a future SCAM.

 

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same here Blekko shows the all interface into coinbase.com

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Others to Watchout for!

While writing this I found another domain that was registered just yesterday. Surely no idea what the content will be but check it out with care. (www.cryptse.com)

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References:

check out Amit Agarwal’s Article “How to find the Website of a Person” to get some inside how to Analyse Websites/Owners – via labnol.org

 

be safe..

 

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