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Warning About Fake Exchangers- by TBC Police
« on: July 25, 2017, 11:20:42 AM »

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 Good day TBC Community!!!!

Every day we are faced with new challenges from some individuals who are trying to take advantage of our name and our presence for their own interest. Our daily job in serving the TBC community to chase scammers, discounters, and fake exchangers is a commitment which we have taken an oath to presume professionally.

We want to officially warn all our Tbcians not to fall into any trap if they see our name or our badge being used on any social media platform or by any anonymous individual. We also urge them to report any suspicious activity or any unknown member who tries to hide under our name or use our badge to take advantage for his own benifits.

Please take note that our only official social media channels are as follows:

Website: tbcpolice. org                                                                                                                                                                            Facebook: facebook. com/tbcpolice                                                                                                                                                                Telegram: telegram.  me/tbcpolice
Twitter: twitter. comltbcpolice

We want to thank you for your commitment in following the TBC membership agreement by not buying or selling your coins at discounted prices. We also like to remind you not to use any fake exchanger. The only official exchanger to be used right now is www.  thebillioncoin.  trade
which is listed on the official billion coin website www.  thebillioncoin.  info

We will stay to serve you 24/7