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Regulators in Hong Kong have issued a strict warning to exchanges doing business with Chinese customers about trading tokens deemed as securities without a license.In an announcement today, Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) said it has sent letters to seven Hong Kong exchanges and firms attempting to fundraise through initial coin offerings (ICOs), warning them about the…
The question is- why would you ever trust this company? How do you not reach out to a customer who trusted you with this amount of money? Is this who you want to be dealing with if/ when the shit really hits the fan in the cryptocurrency space ? It is a total sham(e), I would have absolutely been a customer, and likely an active one long term. For all those who have had positive experiences with Coinbase- that's great, but don't assume it will not happen to you at some point, especially when liquidity goes to hell after a crash. If they can't help a newer customer willing to put in a large amount of funds, why will they help those who put in less. No, I did not deposit this amount without depositing a smaller amount first, which went through, so assumed the systems were fine, and hey worst case the wire is rejected …. WRONG. Don't assume it won't happen to you!! Yes I filed a CFPB and state Financial Institutions complaint. Yes I called a zillion times. Yes I did everything they instructed on their "customer support" site. Never in my wildest dreams did I think this could happen in this country. This company has reared its ugly face as a total fraud and/or perhaps a total Ponzi scheme. How in the world do you return other wires from 5 days ago before addressing ones from more than a month ago, never mind the amount! Let this be a warning to you all, I would not wish this on ANYONE.
ADDENDUM: I attempted to transfer to my GDAX account, but the wire goes through the associated Coinbase account, and shows up as a Coinbase deposit (had transferred funds before), hence the references to Coinbase.