Hey, i just found this stream on youtube, it says that if u send them 10Sol they will dubble it and send it back to you, for me that sound tooooooo good to be true?

Does anyone of you know if this is a scam or if its actually real?



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  1. CyborgDeskFan on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    How could you look at this and think it’s not a scam??


  2. ktliversen on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    if you have to ask.. stay away from crypto.


  3. x-TASER-x on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    Of course it’s a scam


  4. Token_Broker on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    You’re not going to make it


  5. Dryhte on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    Let me put it like this. If you send me 10 SOL, I’ll triple them for you and come and scratch your back. 😉


  6. genesis_crazy_one on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    Bruh , basic rule , sounds to good to be true = it’s scam


  7. normanriches on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    Anything where you send something first is a scam, if it wasn’t they’d just send you the prize first.


  8. KryptoSC on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    As a general rule of thumbs for ANYTHING in life, you need to ask: “If I don’t get what I expected (or got deceived), what is my recourse action to take?”

    In other words, do you know the name of the person, or the name of the organization that you would file a complaint against or sue? Do you even have an email address or a physical address? A phone number? Does the business even have a legitimate corporation or Tax ID structure? These questions will help you identify red flags.


  9. ariN_CS on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    If you have to think about this if it’s a scam or not then you should probably educate yourself more before buying crypto


  10. rustypickle98 on 17. May 2022 at 12:49

    I think what people are supposed to say is, if it sounds too good to be true it PROBABLY is…because removing the probably stifles forward thinking, taking risks and achieving goals