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May 31, 2015, 08:11:43 PM
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What the hell is my negative trust? What does signed transaction id means? Who is puzzle.me? Why the hell am related to him/her? What next? How can I prove myself that am not a scammer? So Sad Sad
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May 31, 2015, 08:17:06 PM
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You don't even know the person that gave you the negative trust?  Shocked  I suggest you contact the member directly and try to work something out.  Stay calm.  If you didn't do anything wrong everything should be fine.

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May 31, 2015, 08:18:17 PM
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You don't even know the person that gave you the negative trust?  Shocked  I suggest you contact the member directly and try to work something out.  Stay calm.  If you didn't do anything wrong everything should be fine.

Thanks for your support. I do know the person who gave trust but I don't know the person cos of whom I got this.
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May 31, 2015, 08:28:51 PM
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Then how do you explain this?
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probable alt of puzzel.me

Used 1A1GhKXBB4nMDMmuAAVKNn1sANYV8UPcCj to request a loan https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1073161.0

https://blockchain.info/tx/90ce8c27fa4ed5eba88bc4d113d7028047e1def234cf158e4037c80bae102fc3 was signed by both 1A1GhKXBB4nMDMmuAAVKNn1sANYV8UPcCj and 1HkS2uy1yZBQiX7M252Ej75SCAQyqemjyy

1HkS2uy1yZBQiX7M252Ej75SCAQyqemjyy was posted by cryptoforcause https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1028595.msg11122606#msg11122606
I dont know much about investigating blockchains but I trust Quickseller.

I don't know what he meant with a transaction being signed?  Anyways, that address is not my personal one. It belongs to a gambling site. I can no chance sign a message and am sure no message was signed either.
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May 31, 2015, 08:38:52 PM
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Then how do you explain this?
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probable alt of puzzel.me

Used 1A1GhKXBB4nMDMmuAAVKNn1sANYV8UPcCj to request a loan https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1073161.0

https://blockchain.info/tx/90ce8c27fa4ed5eba88bc4d113d7028047e1def234cf158e4037c80bae102fc3 was signed by both 1A1GhKXBB4nMDMmuAAVKNn1sANYV8UPcCj and 1HkS2uy1yZBQiX7M252Ej75SCAQyqemjyy

1HkS2uy1yZBQiX7M252Ej75SCAQyqemjyy was posted by cryptoforcause https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1028595.msg11122606#msg11122606
I dont know much about investigating blockchains but I trust Quickseller.

I don't know what he meant with a transaction being signed?  Anyways, that address is not my personal one. It belongs to a gambling site. I can no chance sign a message and am sure no message was signed either.

In this case its easy. Post a screenshot of the gambling site with this as your deposit address or (even better) let someone trusted verify that your account has this address as a deposit address.

Linking address via blockchain evidence is common, but also error prone. In laymen terms the TX in question[1] is sending coins "from" several addresses including the ones listed. This is commonly accepted to be understood as "these address are under control of the same entity".

https://blockchain.info/tx/90ce8c27fa4ed5eba88bc4d113d7028047e1def234cf158e4037c80bae102fc3

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May 31, 2015, 08:42:44 PM
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Then how do you explain this?
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probable alt of puzzel.me

Used 1A1GhKXBB4nMDMmuAAVKNn1sANYV8UPcCj to request a loan https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1073161.0

https://blockchain.info/tx/90ce8c27fa4ed5eba88bc4d113d7028047e1def234cf158e4037c80bae102fc3 was signed by both 1A1GhKXBB4nMDMmuAAVKNn1sANYV8UPcCj and 1HkS2uy1yZBQiX7M252Ej75SCAQyqemjyy

1HkS2uy1yZBQiX7M252Ej75SCAQyqemjyy was posted by cryptoforcause https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1028595.msg11122606#msg11122606
I dont know much about investigating blockchains but I trust Quickseller.

I don't know what he meant with a transaction being signed?  Anyways, that address is not my personal one. It belongs to a gambling site. I can no chance sign a message and am sure no message was signed either.

In this case its easy. Post a screenshot of the gambling site with this as your deposit address or (even better) let someone trusted verify that your account has this address as a deposit address.

Linking address via blockchain evidence is common, but also error prone. In laymen terms the TX in question[1] is sending coins "from" several addresses including the ones listed. This is commonly accepted to be understood as "these address are under control of the same entity".

https://blockchain.info/tx/90ce8c27fa4ed5eba88bc4d113d7028047e1def234cf158e4037c80bae102fc3

Ok I will post a screenshot when I get on my computer. Thankyou Shorena Smiley Any other advices? PM me. Will lock the thread till then.
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