A Word of Warning

last year

By @richq11

Sometimes you have to learn things the hard way, which is what happened to me a couple of days ago. I had some wekucoin that I wanted to exchange for Steem so I used @cryptopaisa to make the transaction. I later learned that I was underpaid around 33% on my transaction... the "transaction fee" I suppose. This is your money (Weku, Steem, BTS, etc.) and you can do as you please, but here in the US, that's called usury and is against the law (unless you're a wealthy bankster).

Like I said, it's your money and you can do as you like, but a 33% transaction fee is outrageous! This is a ripoff, plain and simple... I'll never use this "service" again and I recommend that no one else does either. In addition to exposing plagiarists and spammers, I feel obligated to expose scammers as well... and this is a scam! Be careful with your money, don't give it away... with the value of wekucoin being as low as it is right now, there are unscrupulous people that will try to take advantage. My advice is to try to hold on for better days if at all possible- don't fall prey top scammers.

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Y cuánto fue el cambio?

Yo cambie allí 1 steem 400 weku y es lo mismo comprandolo aquí.

Thanks for the warning Rich.

Don't plan on any trading, but I will write this down to avoid them when I do! Sharing!