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New Private Message From Cryptopia? Where?

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I have received two notifications about private messages from Cryptopia. Where can I see these? There are no messages in my Cryptopia inbox or private email.


Posted: 9/24/2017 8:09:39 PM
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Same problem here...

Posted: 9/24/2017 11:31:03 PM
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Same here too.

I recieved one on 17/09 and couldnt find it.

Recieved another today and could not find it.


Out of curiosity did anyone else DEPOSIT some fiat last night that showed up today and also got a private message...

I did on the day before each notification so im wondering if one has something to do with the other...


Is this the reason??





Posted: 9/25/2017 12:01:46 AM
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Same here!

My account has also been hacked despite 2FA, then all my coins has been transferred to another cryptopia account. I did not received any email confirmation, even also the hacker login in my account with an well-know IP used for hacking!!!

Posted: 9/25/2017 11:59:46 AM
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Scam cryptopia all my coins are gone

Posted: 9/25/2017 3:33:56 PM
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Posted: 9/25/2017 11:22:58 PM
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This is the message i recieved:


#206235811 - 9/24/2017 5:38:06 PM: New Message: New private message from Cryptopia___


I have actually recieved two but the notifications page only shows the last 1000 messages so i cannot retrieve the other one ( i had wanted to as i remember it had a spelling mistake which raised a red flag to me)

Had a look for the private messages, could not find them , forgot about them. If Cryptopia wants to contact me they will get back to me BUT i would put in a support ticket to check the contact was the real deal bBEFORE i did anything.

PARANOID , yes , but in the Cryptoworld paranoia can save you money.. PARANOIA GOOD....LOSING COIN , BAD, VERY BAD....


Anyway for my two cents worth:

I have found Cryptopia support to be fairly damn awesome , especially when compared to the support by others involved in the Cryptocurrency world. I always get a response (even though it may not be as timely as i would like , but hey, theyre probably pretty busy) and i always get the required information requested.

The only time i have been pissed at them , was basically due to my impatience and frustration at a deposit taking a lot longer than previous deposits (my apologies to Cryptopia Support , my bad)

As with most Crypto exchanges there has been an influx of new customers so i am sure the workload has increased exponentially so we all just have to show a little patience (something im working on)

As for security i believe if you do not ave 2FA on for a minimum of Login , Settings , Withdraw and Transfer you are asking for trouble. Its available so use it , even though its a pain 99% of the time , its better than losing Coin... Thats not a pain , its actually PAINFUL.

For any transaction i do , and ive done a few by now as have most of us , i still send a TEST transaction first. A pain also but i made my mistakes in the early days of getting involved and well , i wont be making them again.


Finally, get a cold wallet. I only leave the minimum coin i can on the exchange. Safer if i have it where the Hackers cannot get it...A pain also , and costs you more in tx fees but thats part of thecost of being as safe as you can..






Posted: 9/26/2017 4:23:45 AM Edited: 9/26/2017 6:36:38 AM
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Scam cryptopia all my coins are gone

Mriennn: 9/25/2017 3:33:56 PM


Missed this post when i wrote earlier.....Sorry to hear that.....Nothing worse in Cryptoland.......

So what happened.... Could you inform me please....

I would be interested o know so i can avoid it happening to my coin...





Posted: 9/26/2017 1:34:12 PM
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The other day there was a fake notice sent out to users with claims of a client to download via some sketchy url shortned link

the link was suspect

I asked in the troll box and got a quick responce about it being a scam

I have 2fa setup however, though if you download some malware via a private message, then provide said malware with logins... you are in no mans land

highly suggest using 2fa. and of the options here, i only suggest google auth or the hardware solution

the rest is a ring up to the bad idea hotline

Posted: 9/27/2017 8:58:27 AM