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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Nachius tries to scam me . on: May 29, 2017, 03:05:46 AM
Did you (nachius) do the same thing to this poor guy?

The fact that you intentionally lied to these people that'd you solo mine (and thus exaggerating the required price way above necessary), pulling $500+ for a much cheaper btc.com push and attempting to justify this makes me question why you're on DT2.

IMO, the fair resolution would be for Zaizoun to pay nachius the amount required by btc.com to confirm the transaction.
I already suggested to pay him what he paid to btc.com but he is still lying all the way.
https://i.imgur.com/Y5vH12Q_d.webp?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=high
 (he told me he paid 0.1 btc to btc.com)
 
But :  http://imgur.com/a/OAm1y ( the real price )

Edit : I deleted you and blocked you 20 minutes ago . Let the community decide

No, you deleted and blocked me many times.

I said it was 0.1 to try and get a part of the 0.292 you owe me. I did not try to scam you in any way. You wanted to pay 0.292 for the service, so I told you I could do it for 0.292. You owe 0.292, nothing less. I did tell you I'd accept what I paid to btc.com (which was not $5) but you are still refusing.

Would you like to pay it?
2  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Nachius tries to scam me . on: May 29, 2017, 02:56:02 AM
Half of this is a lie, half is the truth.

ViaBTC does work, what I was telling him is that the odds of getting the transaction confirmed soon was low. We made an exchange:
My job was to confirm his transaction within a short period of time. His job was to pay up the 0.292 BTC. The transaction was confirmed via pushtx.btc.com, and shortly thereafter, Zaizoun went offline. A few hours after that, still without a response, Zaizoun removed me and blocked me. This is without knowing anything about how it was confirmed. This is how I know Zaizoun had no intentions of paying.

After leaving a negative for me, Zaizoun began making excuses. He tried to make up some lies about how he should not pay, etc. To get to the point, I left a negative because Zaizoun is clearly not to be trusted.

As for my side, I did my part. I confirmed the transaction, whether it cost me $10,000 to do so, or $0.01, Zaizoun was to pay me 0.292 BTC to confirm it. I did in fact use pushtx.btc.com, however Zaizoun should have no issue with this if he stuck to his word.

Since then, Zaizoun has repeatedly blocked communications with me, made up lies, and is trying to make me look like the "scammer" to try and get his red trust removed. His actions are completely untrustworthy, and although from my side I have not dealt with him in the best way, this user has been so extremely hard to deal with that I have no other options but to act aggressively in return. Until the 0.292 is repaid, the trust sticks. Making up more lies will not help. Whether I played a trick on you or not, a deal is a deal.



I didn't block you nor delete you as I've screened the conversation and put it here .
You Don't owe me anything because you told me no tool like viabtc or others work . But you used one of these tools to confirm this tx.
This is called lying dude.

Besides , this user puts a second neg rep to me  Huh Stating that I'm a blackmailer and shit?
Can I know how can I be a blackmailer and a hacker as you say when you wants to take my private keys lol?


Didn't delete me, right: https://gyazo.com/c9cd57b25ad244dbb04196614d50fb1f

I was originally going to mine it myself. You were giving me a damn hard time so I decided to take the cheaper option. You are a blackmailer. You are refusing to even send what I paid to btc.com. You said if I remove the trust, you will remove all the lies and posts that you put here. That is blackmail.

You deserve negative trust regardless, you had no intentions to pay 0.292 BTC in the first place. I legitimately wanted to help you until you started lying and bullshitting. If you want to fix things up, stop blaming me and pay-up.
3  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Nachius tries to scam me . on: May 29, 2017, 02:12:34 AM
Half of this is a lie, half is the truth.

ViaBTC does work, what I was telling him is that the odds of getting the transaction confirmed soon was low. We made an exchange:
My job was to confirm his transaction within a short period of time. His job was to pay up the 0.292 BTC. The transaction was confirmed via pushtx.btc.com, and shortly thereafter, Zaizoun went offline. A few hours after that, still without a response, Zaizoun removed me and blocked me. This is without knowing anything about how it was confirmed. This is how I know Zaizoun had no intentions of paying.

After leaving a negative for me, Zaizoun began making excuses. He tried to make up some lies about how he should not pay, etc. To get to the point, I left a negative because Zaizoun is clearly not to be trusted.

As for my side, I did my part. I confirmed the transaction, whether it cost me $10,000 to do so, or $0.01, Zaizoun was to pay me 0.292 BTC to confirm it. I did in fact use pushtx.btc.com, however Zaizoun should have no issue with this if he stuck to his word.

Since then, Zaizoun has repeatedly blocked communications with me, made up lies, and is trying to make me look like the "scammer" to try and get his red trust removed. His actions are completely untrustworthy, and although from my side I have not dealt with him in the best way, this user has been so extremely hard to deal with that I have no other options but to act aggressively in return. Until the 0.292 is repaid, the trust sticks. Making up more lies will not help. Whether I played a trick on you or not, a deal is a deal.


4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed Transaction 24 hours on: May 28, 2017, 08:05:11 PM
What is the address where the money is located? The address you are trying to send from
5  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Migration from Multibit HD to Electrum on: May 28, 2017, 06:02:43 PM
Unfortunately with the current verisons of Electrum, you cannot import private keys into Electrum, only sweep. This is fair enough, because the addresses would not have their private keys saved along with your backup seed anyways.

The best option is to create a brand new Electrum wallet using your 18 words. I've PM'd you if you need help doing this. The easy way out is to simply send your Bitcoins over, rather than migrating. This works if you don't care about the addresses you previously used.

6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: How im supposed to migrate my coins to HD wallet with the current fee situation? on: May 28, 2017, 05:51:39 PM
It's probably the worst time in the history of Bitcoin to make a move right now  Shocked
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Transaction stuck for 7days . Will offer bounty ! on: May 28, 2017, 05:22:49 PM
Hmm, seems like the transaction confirmed  Shocked  Wink

Offered me a bounty as stated, didn't pay. Deleted me and blocked me.

I've left a negative rating, it's staying until you pay up.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed Tx question on: May 28, 2017, 03:52:11 AM
I believe I found the culprit!! I had a transaction that became stuck and it's still confirming with that same wallet address. Assuming this would be the cause, yes?
https://blockchain.info/tx/d0c08a72bc3d22f9d587a68f86e5d1c1473ee75332c892cb27499b5f68abe6f5



Yup! A child transaction cannot be confirmed without having its parents confirmed. Your transaction had a 90.96 sat/B ratio for its fee. This is a big no-no to get transactions confirmed these days. It's not too late to fix things though, there are steps you can take! Your first step before re-broadcasting your 0.5 transactions is to get this one fixed up.

You can try out: https://www.viabtc.com/
Or look for help from more veteran users here on the forum. I assume a more sophisticated reply will follow mine

Thank you for the info. That's what I get for being a cheapskate....  Angry

I now realize after I did my first zapwallet it cleared that transaction! So it is no longer broadcasting on my end. Is my thinking correct on this?

Yeah, try and maintain at least 300 sat/b ratio on all your transactions. Seems like both of your transactions got dropped. It is useless trying to re-broadcast anything until the 1 BTC is confirmed. The 1 BTC can't be used until then.

Don't be a cheapskate with BTC  Cool
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Unconfirmed Tx question on: May 28, 2017, 03:39:42 AM
I believe I found the culprit!! I had a transaction that became stuck and it's still confirming with that same wallet address. Assuming this would be the cause, yes?
https://blockchain.info/tx/d0c08a72bc3d22f9d587a68f86e5d1c1473ee75332c892cb27499b5f68abe6f5



Yup! A child transaction cannot be confirmed without having its parents confirmed. Your transaction had a 90.96 sat/B ratio for its fee. This is a big no-no to get transactions confirmed these days. It's not too late to fix things though, there are steps you can take! Your first step before re-broadcasting your 0.5 transactions is to get this one fixed up.

You can try out: https://www.viabtc.com/
Or look for help from more veteran users here on the forum. I assume a more sophisticated reply will follow mine
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Transaction stuck for 7days . Will offer bounty ! on: May 27, 2017, 06:48:22 PM
Hmm, seems like the transaction confirmed  Shocked  Wink
11  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Trusted Exchange paypal payza btc skrill neteller webmoney on: May 26, 2017, 02:12:47 AM
You'd get more customers (in my opinion) or at least replies if you took out "Trusted Exchange" from the title, and offered to use escrow.

Just my 2 cents
12  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: HAVE SOME BITCOIN FOR SALE AT THE RATE OF $2000 PER COIN on: May 25, 2017, 03:15:53 AM
This is most definitely a scam. Why would you sell far below market rate?

We offer the fastest and safest way to trade in many cities over the world, yet with the best fee.

What do you mean! They offer not only the fastest, but the safest way to trade! Apparently it's extremely safe to trade with them, your money for sure will not be stolen.

For larger amount and regular customers, we could offer even better rate, please feel free to contact us for more detail.

Far below market rate? That's no big deal, we run this business to bring in a large loss. That's why we would sell our Bitcoins even further below an already ridiculous loss. But don't fret, our service is not only fast, but very very safe too. *wink* *wink*  Wink Wink its safe.

Safe?
Safe.

Really dude @OP? If you're going to try to scam.... actually no. My advice won't help, you are the biggest imbecile I've ever seen, you could not even scam if you tried.
13  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Unconfirmed transaction after 24 hours using dynamic fees. on: May 25, 2017, 12:16:40 AM
Your transaction had a size of 486 bytes. You put a 0.001008 BTC fee. That equates to a fee per byte rate of 207.407 sat/B.

To get the transaction confirmed, you should have put a fee of around ~300 sat/B. A fee of around ~250 sat/B would have confirmed within about 10 blocks too. 207 is far too low.

Grasp a better idea by heading to: https://estimatefee.com/
Your transaction had 3 inputs, which made the tx size a little higher than your wallet probably expected. A result of using change addresses. You can take action if you'd like, however your coins will be returned to your wallet soon enough. Afaik you cannot make a CPFP transaction, but other options are most probably available
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [WTS] Ethereum for Bitcoin on: May 24, 2017, 10:38:08 PM
Do not bother trying to deal with this user, he is unwilling to use escrow and is only interested in stealing your money. His word is nothing, he lies and finds excuses for you to send first.

15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Can't find my Bitcoins purchased in 2011 - please help on: May 24, 2017, 12:46:50 AM
Correct.  I thought it may have been possible to somehow track them down.  oh well :-(

Do you remember who you sold the computer to?
16  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: RichG - Scammed me of 3200 BIS - 0.448 BTC on: May 24, 2017, 12:44:45 AM
I've changed my rating. A PM has been sent to Zepher if you really want to get nitty-gritty about getting me involved. I do apologize for leaving a positive feedback after only one deal, however it's a habit of not only mine but many. Nothing stops a green trust member from scamming, and that goes for everybody. Unfortunately it's not the giver of the green trust's fault. RichG seemed like a legitimate seller for others up until now, not only me.

Sorry to all who got scammed, I'm surprised he chose only some of us to scam. A reminder to use escrow in all situations involving big amounts.

Have you really done the transaction ?
Do you mind posting the blockchain link and SS of your transaction PM ?

Do I mind? Yes. Private messages are private for a reason, making them public by posting here makes them public forever. I sent them to a trusted member who contacted me already (Zepher). I'm awaiting Zepher's reply on here. If you don't trust what he says, maybe you're being a little bit too nosy.
17  Bitcoin / Electrum / Re: Requests Status Stuck Pending on: May 24, 2017, 12:37:48 AM
Have you tried sending the Bitcoin out? The easiest fix is to simply choose another wallet, and send the funds there. I can recommend Multibit or Mycelium, even though Electrum is generally reliable. As a new user, it's probably easier for you to be using Mycelium and the likes anyways.

As for a technical solution, unfortunately I've never seen this before. I could not help or understand why it says pending. Maybe you can try uninstalling completely, and then re-storing using your wallet passphrase words? Only do this if you know your passphrase is correct, otherwise your funds might be lost.

Good luck
18  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: RichG - Scammed me of 3200 BIS - 0.448 BTC on: May 23, 2017, 10:21:36 PM
I've changed my rating. A PM has been sent to Zepher if you really want to get nitty-gritty about getting me involved. I do apologize for leaving a positive feedback after only one deal, however it's a habit of not only mine but many. Nothing stops a green trust member from scamming, and that goes for everybody. Unfortunately it's not the giver of the green trust's fault. RichG seemed like a legitimate seller for others up until now, not only me.

Sorry to all who got scammed, I'm surprised he chose only some of us to scam. A reminder to use escrow in all situations involving big amounts.
19  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: RichG & nachius - Fraud, Trust Abuse, and Multiple Accounts! on: May 21, 2017, 08:53:58 PM
Not in any particular order:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1797643.msg17918456#msg17918456
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1790356.msg17864630#msg17864630
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1927366.msg19129441#msg19129441
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1790356.msg17852824#msg17852824
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1811291.msg18087830#msg18087830

If a user does not post picture proof with receipts, it is carded? Terrible logic. I left you a negative trust because you are delusional, you thought I was inactive since 2015, when I have had PM's as recent as earlier this year. Your assumptions earned you the negative trust.

This thread is the main reason I left it. I told you, a few weeks without any assumptions and you will get it removed. The more you prove to me I am right, the less I will be inclined to remove it. Your assumption of me being another user furthers my proof.

I find it comical you put "fraud" in the title. If you could control your anger and take a second to calm down and see your mistakes, you would not have to deal with your orange trust. If this is not untrustworthy behavior, a more veteran member please point this out for me and I will gladly remove the rating.
20  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: selling bitcoin for neteller or skrill on: May 17, 2017, 11:54:30 PM
well I have send my BTC to the user hellscabane and he still didnt pay via Skrill, apparently he scammed me

How much did you get scammed for? I left him a negative trust prior to this message, because it was quite obvious he was trying to scam.

Sorry for your loss, this account was quite obvious but being new I cannot blame you. Always ask somebody very trusted here, post a thread, or simply use escrow to avoid things like this happening again.
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