Sometimes, I come across a scam, and I feel like Indiana Jones. You know the scene where he's there facing the Swordsman, and he does all sorts of tricky moves with his weapon of choice, and as he prepare for battle he takes pause, and says the hell with it and just shot the guy.
This is one of those cases
There really is just no need to bother with a big story about a newly discovered scam-site, with graphs, and technology printouts, Geo-locating facility positions, and tracking transnational activity abroad.
Naw... sometimes ... you just let 'em shoot themselves in the ass.
I came across multiplybitcoin recently (yesterday), and soon discovered their Twitter page, and this was the recent tweet, followed by mine.
@multiplybitcoin Instead of me giving you 1 BTC, and then you giving me 4.5 in 24 hours. Let's simplify. Just give me 3.5 in 24 hours.— dinbits, Blunt News (@2dinbits) May 29, 2015
Wake me up when the gun goes off.