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Beware of Satoshi's Block 24k Gold Bitcoin Token - it is a Scam

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Beware of Satoshi's Block 24k Gold Bitcoin Token - it is a Scam

Satoshi's Block claims they are selling 100 exclusive 24k Gold Bitcoin tokens, but do not be fooled. Firstly, Satoshi's Block is hiding their domain registration information, so we are not able to tell who they are. A company that collects credit card, personal and other sensitive information must disclose as much information as possible about themselves. Or else, they should not be trusted to handle credit card and other sensitive information.

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Secondly, the Bitcoins they claim to sell are not made of gold. They are not even gold plated. They must use some form of imitation gold plating process to give the coins a golden appearance. With the price of gold so high because of the great demand worldwide, there is no way they could sell their so-called gold or gold plated bitcoins at such a low price.

The Satoshi's Block 24k Gold Bitcoin Token Website

Satoshis Block 24k Gold Bitcoin Token Website

A Satoshi's Block Facebook Ad

1,000 exclusive 24k Bitcoin Tokens. (You can choose between a Gold Token, and a Silver Token)


Satoshis Block 24k Gold Bitcoin Token

24k gold plated, not necessarily a 24k gold coin.

Plated with REAL 24k Gold

Satoshi's Block

December 16, 2017 ·

Part of the Revolution?

We Created 1,000 Physical 24k Gold Bitcoins to Show our Support.

>> Get One Here >>


Only 1,000 were made.

Like with Bitcoin, its first come first serve, and the price goes up by $0.03 every coin sold.

So if you know Cryptocurrency, you know how it works, the earlier you get in, the better.

>> Get Yours Here >>

*If Sold Out, Please don't email us, we won't create more*

Online users who have already purchased the Satoshi's Block so-called 24K Bitcoins and who are dissatisfied are asked to contact their banks and financial institutions and dispute the charges so they can have their money refunded. And, those online users should check their credit card statements carefully for fraudulent or unauthorized charges.

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  • Posted: Feb 6 at 10:05 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Yarraville, Victoria, Australia

    I agree. I have filed a dispute with PayPal to get my money back. PayPal are investigating this issue now.


    • Posted: Feb 10 at 5:41 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Québec, Quebec, Canada

      I never received my golden bitcoin. This is a fraud. I paid with paypal and they won't refund me.


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