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Author Topic: [Scammer] markyz  (Read 885 times)
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August 17, 2012, 12:25:52 AM

The user markyz on this forum did just scam me on 6.9 btc. He used the name marky sketzki (markyzzz on msn. Was trading for ukash voucher.

Forum profile:;u=58906

He did use this bitcoin adress : 1LUcHHMgMHzREPwijyBVbHHc1eVWQPeo6o

When checking bitcoinexplorer it seem to me that he did send the recived btc to another waller right away (1NEx9T5ZXaVMZj4zzkey4YYRyDjrqYLYti).

I should have understand when he only got 4 posts in forum. If possible to dig up more bitcoin adresses that he seems to use feel free to post.

Yet another day destroyed by a scammer.
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August 17, 2012, 01:25:25 AM

I feel you man..worked all of last week for a good 300 and got it scammed.  Cry
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August 19, 2012, 11:38:06 AM

It was stupid of me to send him anything without delivering first since no rep etc.

BTC sent to same address as above.

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August 20, 2012, 12:15:39 AM


Excuse my laughing, but you are to blame and not have to cry!
How can a new and unknown users also send Bitcoins before you have the goods?
Why is there escrow?

Me he wanted to rip off the same trick, but after a short notice that I pay only after delivery I have not heard from him

So weep not around here but see it as dearly - again you will (hopefully) not fall for something.

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