Coin Drop Markets Review

Patrick kerry mcdonnell “pk” mcdonnell of staten island new york has run twitter scams involving cryptocurrency since 2014 defrauding investors for his financial services and fake crypto currencies that were never coded. Mcdonnell operated the website coinropmarkets from early 2017 and closed the website in june of 2017 defrauding investors of $200,000. Mcdonnell offered financial servics for crypto currencies and marketed himself as an expert trader. He has previously ran coyote wall street, cabbage tech, dodgecoin twitter and worked with titcoin and potcoin. | S. He also has switched through several brokerage firms in the 90s and early 2000’s if you look for public records of financial brokers. | I was looking for crypto currency advice on twitter and found mr mcdonnell where he has a large presence. Mcdonnell relies on twitter for marketing and had over 18,000 followers on his twitter account before he closed out once he closed the website Mr mcdonnell has ran several twitter accounts over the years. He also advertises his services( cough cough) on bitcointalk.Org. A google search for coindropmarkets for images will bring up his previous posts for coin dropmarkets.. His twitter account btcxbtdev was suspended by twitter and twitter has access to all his tweets and messages which have everything. I also have several screenshots of mdconnell’s fraud | Mcdonnell charges one bitcoin( currently worth $1800 to $3000) for a lifetime membership for his consulting services and i paid him one bitcoin for his services. I also paid the 50 dollar annually membership for which i filed a chargeback. Mcdonnell was also creating his own crypto currency($tigr tigr tokens) and collected money from investors for the coin offering: i paid him 0.5 bitcoin Worth $1200 at the time) and also paid him .7 bitcoin ($1500) for another project taht he was working on. I had no reason to doubt mr.Mcdonnell until he suddenly shut down his website and took over 5 weeks to get back to me and other investors. | From march until mid may was very active offering financial services and then slowly stopped offering his services. I had no suspicion that his intention was to scam people until he disappointed and refused to give the money back to investors. My other friend was defrauded for 77 litecoin, another investor for $30,000, another for $3000, and several more. There is an article on the social media steemit talking about how mcdonnell shut down the coindropmarkets website and did not refund him or answer back. A twitter search of coindropmarkets can find several more people complaining about mcdonnell’s scammy behavior. He used his illegal tactics to go into the crypto space( unregulated) to defraud investors in a similar matter to his actions in the regulated financial industry. | His bitcoin address shows $46,000 dollars transferred to his bitcoin address and over $150,000 of litecoin transferred to his litecoin address. His bitcoin address is 1kirsn7gaxdwkwvgt1gd6axn8ykbkipx8h and can be be verified on blockchain explorer and his litecoin address is lqwxfiklw4ozywlsh3bhmj7pqeiprvnue1 which can be verified on litecoin blockchain explorer. I also have mcdonnells paypal, but it had a phone number associated with nebraska “cdm”. | The crypto currency that mcdonnell was creating “tigr tokens” was never released to the public. Mcdonnell was always bragging about how easy it was to make money making a new coin( to pump and dump on people) rather than trading legit crypto currency on exchanges). | There are some who paid for mcdonnell’s services that say mcdonnell lost a lot of the $$$ trading crypto currency which i have no proof of: i know there are several college kids and adults all accross the world there were defrauded by mcdonnell. I have all the visual evidence in screenshots and saved emails and the litecoin and bitcoin addresses. I also have his paypal address. I am currently talking with several people that mcdonnell defrauded. | Mcdonnell exhibits erratic behavior : watch at the 35 minute mark of the youtube video #blocktalk-cabbage tech team and check out my images. Mcdonnell here flips out and exhibits radically mood and behavior swings cussing out the youtube for asking him more in depth about his new crypto currency( for which he is about to defraud investors of for cabbage tech). When talking to mcdonnell once on the phone he randomly flipped out cussing out his dog : strange for a guy that collected money for dog charities for the diamond collar. Mcdonnell also ran the twitter account for the wolf of dodgecoin. | Mcdonnell trys to portray the image of being your friend and often says ” i have young adult kids i wont scam you” but that is all to gain your trust in the beginning for the end goal of defrauding you in the end. Its straight out of the wolf of wall street playbook and while he claims he is a changed man, he is full of it. Many people who are new to crypto curency look for an expert for help and mcdonnell himself talks a great game plan until you realize that he is just a con man in the end. | Mcdonnell refuses to give the money back to investors and we are going to bring him down. He will run twitter bots to mock the people that trusted and rebut this story accusing the people that were victimized of making false stories to bring him down( because mcdonnell has a god complex and form my experience exhbits bipolar characericsitcs.). We have screenshot and saved numerous messages and will not back down from mcdonnell.


Name: Coin Drop Markets

Country: United States

State: New York

City: New York


Phone: 718-524-4718


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