Bitcoin Scam Alert! List of Current Bitcoin Scams and Scammers


After falling for the latest bitcoin scam out there I am compelled to write about the number of bitcoin scams going on out there and the scammers behind them. My Story began in a Thursday after noon (Wednesday August 13, 2014) when I was contacted by a person pretending to be a representative of selling sponsored posts  on the site with bitcoins. The individual asked for .40 worth of bitcoins for the sponsored post but I was able to convince him to accept .02 bitcoins. See a copy of the first bitcoin scam email I received below.


bitcoin email scamsHere’s first problem I failed to spot. Take a look at the email address the bitcoin scam was sent from. It reads “[email protected] David Parker is the a real co-owner of the website and is listed on the site as so. David Parker is legit. However, what is not legit is this David Parker from this email address. Someone duplicated to Can you spot the difference? The bitcoin scam website/email is with a ‘z’ and the legit bitcoin news site is with an ‘s’. But when the bitcoin scam email is sent, the correct website is listed in the body of the email with the fraudulent email address!

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A few hours later after negotiating a lower rate for the sponsored post, I sent .20 bitcoins to the scam bitcoin address 1NzpPpSKJyFbpUruMkxF8FVm6huoUwhrLc. Little did I know this bitcoin address was the address that would disappear with my bitcoins to the ‘never recover’ land.


bitcoin sponsored posts scam

Forward to 9 days later. After countless emails to the fake David Parker asking for the status of the sponsored post that was supposed to be posted within 24 hours, I went to the bitcoin news site and contacted everyone listed on their contact page with a disappointing message. It was then that I was sent a post written weeks ago about the bitcoin scam artist falsely representing the real David Parker. I read the post and learned that I was not the only one to fall victim to that particular bitcoin scam.

The same type of scam seems to be running around Coindesk as well. Someone pretending to be Shakil Khan (Coindesk’s owner) is sending emails regarding fake advertising spots.

As a results, I decided to tell my story and create a list of bitcoin scams and scammers to help the bitcoin community identify and neutralize them! Please fell free to add to this list (on the comment page and we will move them to the list) any known bitcoin scam artist or bitcoin scams!

List of Bitcoin Scam Artists / Scammers / Websites / E-mail Address / Bitcoin Address

Scammer: David Parker (the real David Parker is co-owner of with ‘s’ on coin(s))
Bitcoin Scam Website: (Legit website is with an ‘s’)
Scam Bitcoin Address: 1NzpPpSKJyFbpUruMkxF8FVm6huoUwhrLc

Jonas Chokun

I fell in love with bitcoin about 2 years ago and have never looked back. Over a 2 year period, I learned as much as I can about this hot/new virtual currency and have bought, sold and traded a few bitcoins myself. Now, I want to share with you what I know! Enjoy.


      My friend in London went to check this

      Victor Brands LTD.
      5th Floor, The Tea Building
      56 Shoreditch High Street
      London E1 6JJ

      and nothing,nowhere and no one ever seen!!!
      Dont send Bitcoint to them!!!

  1. Let me help you recover your money. The biggest mistake victims make is allowing these criminals to get away with it. No matter how much it was, your money should be returned to you no matter the currency.

  2. is also a scam site I lost some of my money do not give any details or any payment to this site

  3. Ramesh Beethasi on

    Hi guys.
    I have come across a site that claims to double bitcoins in a few hours. No contact information. Support gives an error. Has anyone come across this and used it.

  4. Attn pls don’t fall into this site by john Riddick, I was scam by him few days ago. He claim use his system will added Bitcoin into my account. But my Bitcoin account is not added any Bitcoin. Pls be alert.

    • even i transferred 0.009 btc to their account for upgrading to v1.2 but the money didnot reflect in my account.

  5. Another scammer is mahi Singh of Bitcoin Pro Trader.
    Comes on very nice and attentive and knowledgeable and takes advantage of one’s lack of detail information.
    I would like to report as high up as possible and please spread the word to watch him he is a thief and a crook and a low life

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