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461  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: GAW / Josh Garza discussion Paycoin XPY ION ionomy. ALWAYS MAKE MONEY :) on: January 25, 2017, 08:09:39 AM
Scott Fargo, is the "editor-in-chief" of BITCOIN.COM!!!!

Wasn't this Garza's gazillion-dollar/bitcoin BTC site?

No he 'bought' for "ONE MILLION DOLLARS!!1!!!!!11!!"

Except, of course, he didn't.

462  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM][UNSOLVED] BTC-E.COM REFUSING TO UNLOCK MY ACCOUNT (thousands of dollars) on: January 25, 2017, 07:13:06 AM
Yeah they deleted the reposts but at least this time they replied in the Russian thread with what google translate says is:

All the necessary questions to ask the user to the ticket, it is not necessary to duplicate it on a forum.

Considering this ticket is over a year old I don't know what they would consider as a reasonable time before escalating it to public forum discussion. Keep at it Steven, if they haven't resolved this by the weekend I'll reach out to other DT forum members to add to their negative trust rating.

463  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM][UNSOLVED] BTC-E.COM REFUSING TO UNLOCK MY ACCOUNT (thousands of dollars) on: January 24, 2017, 08:26:36 AM
I posted the below in BTC-E's Russian thread and they deleted it without responding. I have since reposted it there and in their English thread.


(Excuse the English but posting in this subbie makes the most sense given the situation)

Are there any forum members in this thread who are willing to translate the details of an absurdly-overdue support ticket from English to Russian so BTC-E's support desk might finally get their act together and resolve it?

Since 2015 a user has been trying to recover his funds from an account he lost access to for various reasons and for the past year he has been going around in circles, being asked to perform a number of steps to prove his ID, which he did through legally-certified documents, only for him to then be asked the same questions he had already answered and to be told to take steps he already had dealt with.

We'd like to think it is an innocent, albeit pressing, problem with a lack of comprehension from the support staff, coupled with the likelihood the ticket has been handled by different people over the past year, none of whom seemed to have bothered communicating with the others.

If it isn't that then it could indicate a far more serious problem with BTC-E as a whole.

Would somebody be so kind as to translate a message from English to Russian so that we know for sure the BTC-E support desk will understand it? Google translate is not sufficient as it is is probably what the support staff have been using for reading and replying to English tickets.

The message which needs translating is:
This account recovery request has been ongoing for over a year and throughout that time the issue seems to be being handled by different people who are not communicating with each other because I keep being asked the same things and the whole process starts all over again.

You ask me to perform tasks to prove my ID matches the information you have on record and then, when I do, the process is started again with the same questions and requests.

I cannot sign or send from a previously-used bitcoin address because I do not have access to that wallet any longer. Neither can I access the previous email or skype addresses. What I do have is a set of legally-certified identity documents which match those you have on record for me, as well as the details of every transaction I did through your exchange from the date of when I first registered. I have even sent you a photo of me holding up my passport next to my face along with a hand-written note stating "for BTC-E". You then asked for a screenshot of my wallet, which I sent, only to be asked the same thing at a later date.

At one point I though it was finally resolved when you told me that although the account couldn't be recovered you could transfer its funds to a new account for me. But it wasn't done. Then I started receiving messages from you asking all the same questions I was asked from the very beginning!

Please urgently escalate this ticket to a senior staff member who has the ability to properly process it through to resolution.

@BTC-E Respond, don't just delete and ignore.

464  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: January 20, 2017, 11:14:58 AM
FFS Gleb, can you dial-down the coarse rhetoric?

Whilst there are valid concerns to be raised regarding risks and red-flags about money laundering/terrorism funding within the wider context of the situation, in that while I currently don't think this is more than a delusional narcissist's grab-for-cash it would be foolhardy to deny the fact there is plenty to be alarmed about here which would warrant deeper investigation by the intelligence services, liberally spraying this thread with aggressive insults is only going to risk derailing the discussion of the facts.

That police station bombing you are referring to was carried out by a bunch of violent attention-seeking clowns called the 'Real IRA' and is just a continuation of the long-standing-and-ever-so-infantile sectarian conflict between the Catholic dissidents and the Protestant loyalists. It is irrelevant to the Joya/Yaqub family's residency within MI5's Palace Barracks.

With regards to the Joya/Yaqub issue, the father's name in that electoral roll data is shown as 'Haji M Joya' but the mother and the rest of them are listed as '[firstname] Y Joya' which probably means that the mother, who is listed as Shahzada Y Joya, originally had 'Yaqub' as her maiden name but it was relegated to her middle name when she got married and it is shown as being Jawad, Bellal and Arousa's middle name, too.

That's why I previously brought up concerns about the multiple passports they hold, because they might very well hold all three in different names, which could hinder the authorities ability to track him. Considering Mr Jawad "I have literally got millions of pounds, more money than I have ever had in my entire life." Yaqub is intent on installing bitcoin ATMs in Paris, 'for the poor', namely, within the kind of impoverished slum areas known for being incubators of Islamic extremism, there is every reason for MI5 to start asking some serious questions, some of which should be directed within their own organisation's apparent inability to spot that their own barracks address was being used for a multi-million-dollar fraud.

465  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: January 20, 2017, 07:23:58 AM
Wait one Allahdamn minute! You tellin' me that this piece of shit Muslim truly does [or did] live on a gated military base literally a block away from the police station?

Keep up, Gleb, this was all proven a couple of months back:

In any event and for the sake of ensuring investigators can use this thread as a central source of reference on this scam, Jawad Yaqub may also be going under the name Jawad Joya. Arousa, Bellal, Haji and Shahzada are his sister, brother, father and mother, all registered to that same house Razormind Ltd was registered to when he incorporated it in February earlier this year. You know, the address which is INSIDE a top-security military base housing MI5's Belfast HQ.


Don't forget that the tv show his brother and sister appeared on showed her saying they have three passports (British, Irish and Pakistani). The data above shows that he was listed on the voters roll as being resident at that address at some point along with his parents, brother and sister, as Jawad Joya, not Jawad Yaqub. I also mentioned in my post about his brother and sister featuring in the tv show that they were listed with a different name format, too.

BTW, "police station"? No, the main building housed within that military complex is MI5's HQ. MI5 are not 'the police'.

Yeah. I know, right?

You couldn't make this shit up.

466  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: January 19, 2017, 08:39:38 AM
It is in his nature to try to dominate and threaten legal action but it is all hot air. 

Indeed, I've seen how he responded to a client in the Middle-East who complained about his 'Razorcoin' coin-creation service not delivering on what was paid for and Jawad's response was essentially a threat about whether the client had the appropriate licenses to operate. He frequently reacts to questions and criticism by threatening people with legal action. I was told by one of the business journalists who pulled their promotional article when informed of the true facts of the fraud, that when Jawad realised he couldn't cajole or pressure him any longer to run the piece he became very hostile and, of course, threatened legal action against both the journalist and the international news site he works for!

Josh Garza of the GAW/Paycoin fraud exhibited very similar dysfunctional traits during his scam, too.

Jawad also has a habit of claiming he is bound by KYC regulatory compliance restrictions that simply do not apply to the situation he is claiming exists, namely, that the reason hasn't let the public in to his os.js cut-and-paste DeOS platform is because he has to have their full identity details for KYC and Due Diligence.

Speaking of which,

                  ^^^ What a load of bollocks.

Jawad, Phil, where is the money you took through false pretenses? It might not be too late to come clean and hand it back to the people you defrauded.

Or is the next announcement we can expect going to be how you've got your bitcoin ATMs operational in Belfast and Paris, you know, 'for the poor' (or for the people with millions of dollars-worth of bitcoin to easily cash out, right?).

467  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM] refusing to unlock my account (thousands of dollars) on: January 18, 2017, 04:26:03 PM
Hi @cryptodevil

what you think of taking this issue to twitter and other media? Becuase by posting tweets by using btc-e hashtags, will surely hurt them? We can also make posts on different sites too? Doing this will surely gona hurt them and loose many users who already using this site.

I don't think spraying social media with anti-btc posts is going to help and it might actually hinder the situation at this time. I'm thinking there may be a language issue with their helpdesk staff, as well as it clearly not being the same person who is responding each time. So we need to make sure they understand that he keeps being asked things he's already answered and to assign a senior member of staff who can process the support ticket to resolution.

Steve, can you push that issue with them and asked them to make sure the same person handles the ticket because you have been asked the same things repeatedly over the last year?

468  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM] refusing to unlock my account (thousands of dollars) on: January 18, 2017, 01:13:53 PM

And it's merry-go-round time, again. Have already sent them the screenshot they're asking.

Is that the entirety of the message? "it screens out of your wallet" sounds like either they are writing replies on an auto-correcting phone or they are relying on google translate.

Has any of the correspondence from them included the name of the person you are dealing with or has it all been sent as "BTC-E Support"?

469  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM] refusing to unlock my account (thousands of dollars) on: January 18, 2017, 08:19:25 AM
Their repeated fumbling of this matter is either down to an extremely flawed helpdesk response, incompetence or is intentional.

I'd like to think it is just a 'lost in translation' situation with poor communication among those who are responding to you. Otherwise the latter two scenarios would be alarming to say the least.

Have you tried requesting that the support person copy in a senior staff member to coordinate their response better? Point out that the normal identity documents, such as passport, drivers license and utility bills are internationally accepted standards of proof and that not being able to sign or send from a previously used bitcoin address is insufficient a reason for them to continue denying you your funds.

If they previously accepted identity documentation from you when you first used the account then they must accept them as sufficient proof for you to recover the account/funds. You've already said you're willing to skype them to prove you are the person identified by those documents.

470  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: January 17, 2017, 08:07:24 AM
Well, let's hope the authorities do understand what has happened here and take some serious action this year.

Patience. The wheels of justice turn slowly, but turn they indeed do.

Adding to our collection of Razormind tweets serving to demonstrate Jawad's innate narcissism and inability to even acknowledge his very own statements, let alone the external reality that is closing in on him:

IKR? But, no, that's not quite it, that's just evidence of the self-indulgent egotism aspect of the condition. *This*, the very next tweet he posts shortly after that one, is proof of extreme compartmentalisation to the degree he doesn't connect the fact that his previous tweet immediately renders his implied 'humility' claim in this one an absurdly pompous falsehood.


Continuing to ignore the seriousness of his dishonest actions which led to him fraudulently conning people out of millions of dollars-worth of bitcoin, he chooses instead to declare his good fortune to be derived from luck and, consequently, implies that he is appreciatively 'humbled' by this 'gift' that life/god has bestowed upon him. By attempting to paint his predicament in such a way he seeks to distance himself from the likely consequences of his theft.
471  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: January 16, 2017, 08:12:00 AM
Happy New Year to everybody in this thread, hope you had a nice break over the holidays.

I'm sure Jawad and Phil have had a lovely time pretending like the authorities can simply be fobbed off with excuses about how they're just caught up in some 'internet dispute' or claiming to be victims of a vicious troll who is just making trouble for you and your multi-million-dollar fraudulent-ICO-funded DeOS/DEOS shenanigans.

Speaking of DeOS, there was supposed to be an announcement made last Friday about the public release date.

Colour me unsurprised when that came and went with nought but another anti-Trump tweet.

Does anybody else find the use of this meme for a Razormind tweet to be particularly apt?



472  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM] refusing to unlock my account (thousands of dollars) on: January 13, 2017, 08:07:00 AM
Ok, yeah I've come across quite a few instances where people complain about BTC-E's poor customer service, but taking over a year to resolve this either way is not acceptable.

I'll tag them and see if we can't bring them into the discussion and get it resolved in this thread.

473  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [SCAM] refusing to unlock my account (thousands of dollars) on: January 12, 2017, 08:50:21 AM
Reason why they don't want to unlock my account is simply because they believe I photoshopped one of the documents (a wallet transaction, which I had no reason to do so). All I did was cut the parts on the screenshot that were not relevant to BTC-E (later on I sent them the original, untouched version).

What was their response to the unedited screenshot? Did they accept it was legit or did they not respond at all to it?

474  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: GAW / Josh Garza discussion Paycoin XPY ION ionomy. ALWAYS MAKE MONEY :) on: January 12, 2017, 08:42:25 AM
What kind of Retard takes a selfie with a photo copier

Naaah, that's not what it was. I told you before, this was obviously his "On top" face he wanted to send to, well, his missus and/or anyone else he was sexting at the time.

475  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [FRAUD] LEOcoin scam making demonstrably fraudulent claims to con general public on: January 09, 2017, 08:16:37 AM
pseudo-anonymous nature of the vast majority of digital currencies

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are pseudonymous, not pseudo-anonymous.  Know-nothing forum posters started expanding the word "pseudonymous" into "pseudo-anonymous" last year without understanding what they were doing.

Really, you're attempting to claim that the term, "pseudo-anonymous" only came into use last year? How about last millennium, dumb-ass (or dumbass) Either term can be used to describe the nature of bitcoin and either term is acceptable in common parlance. Were you high or just stupid when you posted that?

476  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 [ChronoBank] 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 ICO is live! 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Join Now! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 on: December 19, 2016, 11:21:19 AM
If it is true, the BTCs should be sent to the investors of LIR who got scammed by this guy.

If it is true there is a shitload more to worry about than just the scammed LIR investors.

477  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 [ChronoBank] 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 ICO is live! 🌟🌟🌟🌟 Join Now! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 on: December 19, 2016, 09:57:45 AM
Chronobank. Where is my money?Huh?? I did what you asked and lived up to my part of the deal. Now it's time for you to pay up or im going to bring a shit storm on your head.
The clock is ticking.


We'd be happy to help you if you have any issues. However, could you be a little bit more specific, please?

Yeah, your fucking boss asked me to put in btc and told me I could have them back on the 15th. I've been emailing and messaging him since the 15th and he's ignoring me.


Oh the painful irony of one proven scumbag scammer alleging that the hundreds of bitcoin he stole with his bullshit 'LIR' ICO scam earlier this year has been swiped by another ICO!

Although it does beg the question, assuming the claim is true, albeit it would be a truly weird assertion to make otherwise, why the 'Boss' of this ICO asked a known scammer to deposit quarter of a million dollars of stolen bitcoin into this ICO with the promise of returning them by the 15th.

478  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered is a Ponzi scheme and provably so. on: December 16, 2016, 08:58:58 AM
Unfortunately for Recyclix, just as CONSOB's online report exposes their lies, EUIPO's online data does, also:


479  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered is a Ponzi scheme and provably so. on: December 16, 2016, 07:43:51 AM
When was the last official statement or any post from them?

Given the speed they have tried to throw their supposed financial statements news post in the memory-hole, I'd say that is a fairly damning 'official statement' from them following CONSOB exposing their lies. This was touted as being a big deal which would show they were legit, but they buried it pretty damn quickly after that ruling. Good job the link to it is still live even if they have removed the news page it was posted on. Sloppy work there, Recyclix web admin!

They have gone from claiming to be a plastics recycling processor, to claiming to be such a major plastics recycling processor that McDonald's signed them up, to desperately trying to bury that claim until, finally, they now are pretending that while they aren't actually a plastics processing facility, they are working *with* processing plants.

Which kinda makes the whole factory visit they laid on to supposedly prove their legitimacy as a plastics processing operation a complete fabrication, i.e. Utter Bollocks.

CONSOB asked Recyclix to provide transactional evidence they were getting their profit from selling recycled plastic and Recyclix refused to do so. If they were even working *with* processing plants they should still have been able to easily prove their financial structure simply by showing the Italian authorities the relevant paperwork which would support their claim. They refused to and now they are scrabbling to distract everyone through the yawn-fest news about how they've registered the name Recyclix as a trademark.

Whoop-de-fucking-doo, Recyclix. Seems you've got no problem with paperwork as long as it is nothing to do with having to prove you are a legitimate operation, which a trademark registration does not do, contrary to your claim.

The process for registering a trademark has NO BEARING on the legitimacy, or otherwise, of the operation of the underlying company.

480  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered is a Ponzi scheme and provably so. on: December 15, 2016, 09:07:37 AM
The above judgement of the 12th December is based on the case details published in Italian on the 6th December, a google translate version of which contains this interesting point:

What this means is that Recyclix refused to provide any documents to support their claim towards user profits arising from the sale of recycled plastic waste.

tl;dr: Recyclix=Ponzi

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