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Dogecoin Campaign Leads To $5M Lawsuit For Coinbase Over Claims Of Deception

Dogecoin Campaign Leads To $5M Lawsuit For Coinbase Over Claims Of Deception



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  1. Lol good luck, what are the damages they’re trying to prove? Couldn’t you buy $100 of DOGE, instantly sell it back and still qualify if all you had to do was trade to be entered?

  2. >What Happened: In the legal document, plaintiff David Suski claimed he was deceived into trading $100 of Dogecoin to become eligible for entry into Coinbase’s $1.2 million “Dogecoin Sweepstakes” beginning on June 3.

    5 million lawsuit for his 100$ of Dogecoin ROFL. Everyone (including that space guy) connected to these shitcoins is just laughable.

  3. tldr; Coinbase Global is facing a class-action lawsuit from a Dogecoin trader who is seeking $5 million in damages from an allegedly misleading DogeCoin campaign. The trader claimed he was deceived into trading $100 to become eligible for entry into a $1.2 million “Dogecoin Sweepstakes” beginning on June 3. The lawsuit is seeking more than

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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