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1  Other / Meta / Re: if banned how to get account back? on: September 05, 2016, 06:55:50 AM
The admins should review this thread prior to considering to unban the OP!
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I am pretty confident we are the new wealthy elite, gentlemen. on: June 27, 2016, 03:17:04 AM
You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.
The owner behind Just-Dice has been involved in multiple multi-million dollar thefts from crowdfunded bankrolls. The owner of Just-Dice was never "officially" behind these sites, however he was involved to the point that he was telling people to gamble on these sites, was publicly investing in these sites' bankrolls (yet managed to not lose any money when the bankrolls were stolen), and was advertising for these sites.

I think it should be safe to say that any site that the owner of Just-Dice is involved in, including Just-Dice should be considered a scam

He may have advertised it but that doesnt mean anything on his end, it's just getting paid to advertise. You think that actors on tv care what the product is and if it actually works? No they're just getting paid for the advertisement not the actual product sales.
The owner of Just Dice advertising those scam sites is only a small piece of the puzzle. The owner of Just Dice was also actively telling people to play at the scam sites, which was him defacto telling people to invest their BTC at those scam sites' bankrolls that eventually got stolen. The scam sites also stole money from the bankrolls almost immediately after the owner of Just Dice was able to withdraw his BTC. If the scam sites were planning on scamming then they might as well have not honored the withdrawal request from the owner of Just Dice unless this person was somehow involved in the scam.

One explanation, that I personally believe as to how the owner of Just Dice was able to withdraw his BTC before those sites stole the BTC in their bankrolls was that the sites sent the owner of Just Dice an equal (or greater) amount of BTC as "collateral" so the owner of Just Dice could deposit his "own" BTC to those scam sites, and possibly earn a fee from doing so. There would be no risk to the owner of Just Dice, but he would still be allowed to publicly proclaim that he was investing in (and "trusting") these scam sites in order to give them additional legitimacy. Just Dice actually engaged in a similar setup with inputs.io and TradeFortress (someone who turned out to be a serial scammer who has stolen thousands of BTC on multiple occasions) openly.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I am pretty confident we are the new wealthy elite, gentlemen. on: June 26, 2016, 11:47:57 PM
You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.
The owner behind Just-Dice has been involved in multiple multi-million dollar thefts from crowdfunded bankrolls. The owner of Just-Dice was never "officially" behind these sites, however he was involved to the point that he was telling people to gamble on these sites, was publicly investing in these sites' bankrolls (yet managed to not lose any money when the bankrolls were stolen), and was advertising for these sites.

I think it should be safe to say that any site that the owner of Just-Dice is involved in, including Just-Dice should be considered a scam
4  Other / Meta / Re: Similar Usernames Attempting To Scam - Defaults Please Tag on: June 12, 2016, 06:05:59 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=856691 - JonD0w1968
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Warning: Directbet selective scam 38+ btc CAUTION on: June 09, 2016, 07:47:43 AM
DirectBet.eu has contacted me regarding the negative rating that I left. After some discussions I have asked for specific information that may show that the OP did in fact attempt to defraud DirectBet (however it may not).

If DirectBet.eu is able to provide solid evidence that the OP was attempting to defraud them then I will remove my negative rating and issue a negative rating against the OP.
6  Economy / Services / Re: LEGENDARY MEMBER Offering TRUSTED BITCOIN ESCROW services (NO ACCOUNTS, NO FIAT) on: June 04, 2016, 06:10:30 AM
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That signature is from John K's GPG key from back in 2013.

It looks like he has been AFK for a while, otherwise I could ask him who he sent that message to
7  Economy / Lending / Re: Need 0.2[btc] loan on: June 01, 2016, 07:38:28 AM
Do you have a link to the post that discussed the ICO expiring within the next 24 hours? Are you able to sign a message from one of the addresses that I suggested?


https://ico.wavesplatform.com/
Should I assume this means that you are unable to sign a message?
8  Economy / Lending / Re: Need 0.2[btc] loan on: June 01, 2016, 07:33:28 AM
Do you have a link to the post that discussed the ICO expiring within the next 24 hours? Are you able to sign a message from one of the addresses that I suggested?
9  Economy / Lending / Re: Need 0.2[btc] loan on: June 01, 2016, 07:22:27 AM
Need a 0.20 BTC loan within few (3/4 hours at max)
 
Will pay back 0.201 within tomorrow

No collateral

Reason: ICO investiment

If you would like to fulfill this loan reply here or PM me and I will tell BTC address to send it (just want to make sure we are still in time)


thanks

PS: I'm also willing to take up to 0.4 BTC with same timeline and same 0.5% interest.
I am pretty sure that you are just trying to increase your post count by asking for a loan that you know you will not get, both because you have never been trusted with anywhere near the amount you are asking for and because of your absurdly low interest rate you are offering.

With the above being said, I will play your game. What ICO are you interested in participating in that closes within the next 24 hours? How are you planning on purchasing BTC to repay your loan/acquiring BTC to repay your loan within the next 24 hours?

Are you able to sign a message from an old address associated with your account such as:
Username: supernoob


1LJef837ktUeEEp1HwTN8RyPabz3cfQn2J


ready to test  Wink
Quote
Username: hopenotlate
Postcount: 86 (including this post)
Bitcoin address: 1HfZLjCRV6aZ3BLgA8AZCkbpTf3iAg4wMY


Please confirm I'm in
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=717300.msg8114856#msg8114856
I would like to join this signature campaign:

Postcount (including this one): 436
Activity: 350
Status: Senior Member
Address: 1Hx7D7F3xTWjKHnAwb7sAm8FVDLCkgwtmH
10  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Loans [No Collateral] on: June 01, 2016, 07:12:49 AM
Need a 0.20BTC loan within few (3/4 hours at max)
 
Will pay back 0.201 within tomorrow

If you would like to fulfill it quote this message or PM me and I will tell BTC address to send it

thanks
It is fairly obvious that you are just making useless posts in order to increase your post count. You have zero history of being trusted with any amount of money and the interest you are offering is essentially zero. This is in addition to the fact that the OP has not made any loans via this thread or otherwise in months. There is no chance  that your loan will be approved and you know it.

Loan amount required: 0.01 BTC
Term length: <21 Days
Interest: 10%
 
Tell Me If You Are Interested.
Scammer
11  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: 5% better exchnage rate for BTC/USD on BTCVALUE! 120 minutes left. on: May 30, 2016, 07:55:28 PM
It should be fairly obvious that the OP is promoting a scam site
12  Other / Meta / Re: [HACKED ACCOUNT - Zeroxal] WARNING: Do NOT deal with him on: May 22, 2016, 09:32:57 PM
My main account Zeroxal (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=508748) has been hacked. Please do not deal with him!!!
I kindly ask the default trust members to tag my account with red trust rating until the issue has been resolved.

Signed messages:

Keybase.io

Code:
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Hash: SHA512

This is Zeroxal and I confirm that my account has been hacked.
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Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

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BTC address 1GpT2GWiPmDB1bhH5pJGceRnaMyNjNHuBD (staked here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=996318.msg12998689#msg12998689)

Code:
----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is Zeroxal and I confirm that my account has been hacked.
-----BEGIN SIGNATURE-----
1GpT2GWiPmDB1bhH5pJGceRnaMyNjNHuBD
G2IP4aCs12RtMZbtRDBe/6Jk8AjvQlU/ISHqKghPQz3+YFpL85HYuol4FVUaXfLxzrztyOSrzs7gCvbkyZlCaNA=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----

Hopefully theymos will be able to help me out on this case. But till then this account is the only way to contact me Smiley
I verified your GPG signed message and left you a negative rating. I archived your profile, which currently has a link to your GPG key.

It looks like your password was recently reset via email about 3 hours ago. Was your email address public? Was your email hacked?

Anyway, please let me know once you have access to your account again and I will remove my negative trust.
13  Economy / Reputation / Boelens account back under control. on: May 20, 2016, 02:24:25 AM
Hi there,
I got my account back after it's been hacked. I'd appreciate it if my negative ratings were now removed.. I've signed a message with my known vanity address '1BoeLensDrVHLjYW4pPab5UENKBuDupfKt'.

I signed the following message, without quotes : "As of May 20, 2016 (20-05-16) I, Boelens have retrieved access to my account. It is now fully under my control."
With the address : 1BoeLensDrVHLjYW4pPab5UENKBuDupfKt
Signature : G60RzE16vNSTUmOr5Z7v3/343niVeXMPWnD1h1MkyglpXnPLC+/XtOYKKcZRBkOZNX5DFAI7iejcfVV6vrKW9Xc=
14  Economy / Reputation / Re: Post here if you disagree with my trust rating(s) on: May 17, 2016, 06:31:08 AM
You have made multiple scam attempts in the very recent past. At this point the comment on your trust does not matter. I don't think you can, but if you can get me to agree to remove your current negative then I will just add another with another comment about your scam attempts.

Two newbies wouldn't know how to scam as much as a member or higher up rank.
what Huh
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / The Prince Of Egifts threatening to Dox me [extortion attempt] on: May 15, 2016, 11:58:56 PM
I received the following PMx from The Prince Of Egifts:

Last warning take it off? Didn't you read my feedback? I doxed hero member Luptin for giving me bad feedback I exposed his real name and address and hacked and took his bitcoins if you don't take your feedback off I will give no mercy to you. I will dox you.
Not even gonna waste my time. Delete my feedback or else. hero member anonomous also give me bad feedback but I made him take it off because i doxed him his email is bbigb3305@yahoo.com his password for his PayPal is -redacted- | Unverified | Personal account.  No Bank account but Visa credit card is -redacted expiration date 03/2017. Real name is Randy Bradford lives at 33196 -redacted-, -redacted-, MI, -redacted-, US

I took his bitcoin and PayPal money. THIS IS YOUR LAST WARNING YOU PEOPLE NEVER LEARN TIL I TAKE EVERYTHING YOU GOT AND DESTROY YOUR CREDIT. YOUR CHOICE.

He is pretty clearly just blowing a bunch of smoke, but is still very annoying. I had asked for proof of his transaction with Skeptical One

I also believe that he has the following alts:
iulianbutanu - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=834958
Tred - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=823413
Skeptical One - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=696473

This is based on the fact that they have all had successful trades with Skeptical One who is clearly a scammer and most of the alts have also scammed others.
16  Economy / Reputation / Re: How clean my name if someone flag me? on: May 15, 2016, 07:11:59 PM
How can i clean my account?   Some ideas?


i have two domains (in México)  for use as collateral:

ranchoencinos.com.mx

inmobiliariaaguilar.com.mx

-snip-


How many can you give in a loan with this two as a collateral??

i need .6 BTC for five days top.

Asking for another loan with bogus/worthless collateral is not helping your cause
17  Economy / Reputation / Post here if you disagree with my trust rating(s) on: May 15, 2016, 07:33:24 AM
It is pretty rare, but sometimes I may make mistakes when I leave a trust rating.

Please post here (or PM me) if you disagree with a trust rating that I have left. Or if you think you have reformed yourself and no longer deserve the trust rating that I left you, please post here (or PM me).
18  Other / Archival / - on: May 15, 2016, 07:32:36 AM
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19  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: Hard Money Real Estate (Commercial) Lending Pool on: May 15, 2016, 06:19:55 AM
you're a moron
Yes dipshit,


fucktard


sack of shit
This is not exactly the kind of person that I would consider doing business with.

If I had to guess I would say this guy is butthurt that his obvious scam is not working Cheesy
20  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: I smell scam here - I think bitmarket.io is a scammer on: May 13, 2016, 11:23:22 PM
My account was hacked. Either the hacker knew my password and logged in or hijacked my session. Either way I have changed my password an hour ago. I'm working on getting this resolved.

I'm sorry for the victim here. I doubt you will recover your funds.

Anyone that knows me knows that I never asked for money/loans and never will, especially one so small, which makes no sense.
I have left a negative trust that will remain until the lenders recover their money.
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