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Thank You! My manager of my store already reported this to the FBI..     Is it also necessary to report to the local police? 

Guess not. Not familiar with US law but most important might be that you are “registered” as a victim in case that stolen assets come back by police actions.
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On June 1 we were made aware of a theft of 201,000 XRP (transaction F6E9E1385E11649A6C2F88723A821AF209B54030886539DCEF9DDD00E6446948) and immediately started investigation. It turned out that the acco

Hey all! We are aware of the matter and are looking into it. If anyone has any information please contact us at: security@gatehub.net   GateHub

Reminder: There is no direct evidence pointing to Gatehub being responsible even though it may appear as the most likely scenario right now. Just be careful about jumping to conclusions What you c

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there's a lot to read on this thread. in short...my xrp was also stolen without me realizing it until I noticed in my spam emails that there was an attempt to reset my password at gatehub. I notified gatehub and they said they had looked into this and they said that they didn't discover any unusual activity. this is such bullSh*t! the xrp were sent to this address rnA1xwGHC8WE78yYkXkjQcU15mA4Zp88im

I might have to look into contacting this Hayes Connor law firm also

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I just searched this site: https://ledger.exposed/rich-index

Searched one of the wallets that received funds from my hack: https://ledger.exposed/tx-flow/rMcqiWXMJEAEMXaFFgnjeuASwAMmef8B8c

One wallet they then transferred to is here: https://ledger.exposed/tx-flow/r9Be4diPqgUcdPNPvzY1rFTTATLFhFeKSF

After a quick google search of that wallet a lot came up but what is disturbing is that wallet is still with XRP and cashing out ALL THE TIME. Look at the amount of the transactions in the third link. This is just from searching one wallet that received my hacked funds. How is this still going? Why haven't these been stopped? I'm obviously not a tech guy and I see this. ChangeNow can't put a freeze on things? Or trace where the fund are going for Gatehub? Am I missing something obvious here?

Looking at this and seeing the amount of traceable transactions knowing there isn't resolution to this hack yet is sad: http://livenet.xrpl.org/accounts/r9Be4diPqgUcdPNPvzY1rFTTATLFhFeKSF

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I just searched this site: https://ledger.exposed/rich-index

Searched one of the wallets that received funds from my hack: https://ledger.exposed/tx-flow/rMcqiWXMJEAEMXaFFgnjeuASwAMmef8B8c

One wallet they then transferred to is here: https://ledger.exposed/tx-flow/r9Be4diPqgUcdPNPvzY1rFTTATLFhFeKSF

After a quick google search of that wallet a lot came up but what is disturbing is that wallet is still with XRP and cashing out ALL THE TIME. Look at the amount of the transactions in the third link. This is just from searching one wallet that received my hacked funds. How is this still going? Why haven't these been stopped? I'm obviously not a tech guy and I see this. ChangeNow can't put a freeze on things? Or trace where the fund are going for Gatehub? Am I missing something obvious here?

Looking at this and seeing the amount of traceable transactions knowing there isn't resolution to this hack yet is sad: http://livenet.xrpl.org/accounts/r9Be4diPqgUcdPNPvzY1rFTTATLFhFeKSF

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5 minutes ago, Silkjaer said:

r9Be4diPqgUcdPNPvzY1rFTTATLFhFeKSF is a https://changenow.io account, so it is only natural they still have account activity.

ChangeNOW have confirmed they have frozen some of the stolen XRP.

Given that the fellow a few posts back said he wasn't all that up on tech, it's probably also worth clarifying that XRP can't be "frozen" - but when certain, tracked XRP addresses transact with and deposit those XRP into a "responsible" entity, such as an exchange, that's where (and who) would do the "freezing" when the XRP go into exchange's custody.

(Not picking on you, just being careful with language.  Given your - very cool, bibliophile myself! - hobby, I'm sure you understand how things get... "lost in translation"...  :d_book:)

Thanks for keeping up with all of this, btw.

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