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June 01, 2015, 04:12:30 PM
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Image with a paper and webpage of localbitcoins wallet showing a balance of 8 BTC...you know that can be easy edited to show anything on the website? lol
Zero proof of your BTC! Just sign the BTC address and that's all to show the right proof.

If they're in his LocalBitcoins account then surely he can't sign a message? I don't get why you don't just sell them on LocalBitcoins instead, though. You might be a legit seller but you definitely have similar behavior to what scammers normally try pull off on here so that's why people are suspicious of you.
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June 01, 2015, 04:18:28 PM
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If your serious about buying message me on my whatsapp 07494122561
we can agree on a deal.
Everyone else please keep your opinions to yourself next time "Never judge a book by its cover"



First, it's extremely easy to edit a webpage so your screenshot doesn't prove anything at all, absolutely zero. Second, even if you do have that amount it doesn't mean you will send the coins after you receive the payment. IMO the fact you want to pass that as a proof makes it even more suspicious.

This can be solved extremely easy. If you want to find a buyer you need to use escrow. Send your coins to an extremely trusted member of this forum, then the buyer sends you the payment and finally the escrow sends the coins to the buyer. If you don't use an escrow then nobody will/should deal with you. If you're honest you won't have any issues with this method.

BTW here's an image you can use to shut up even more people!

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June 01, 2015, 04:29:18 PM
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how about you keep your opinions to yourself and stop telling others what to do! You have no right to tell me how I should sell or buy. These are my bitcoins I can do as I wish, I have sold before never had a problem, infact I could shut you up by showing you proof of my previous transactions. I have enough proof please don't push me to make people like you look stupid. Have a good day.

Of course you're totally right, they are your bitcoins (if they really exist) and I won't tell you what to do with them. I just want to prevent people from being scammed, that's all. So I am recommending this to them (not you): This offer is extremely suspicious, therefore you must use escrow if dealing with OP.

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June 01, 2015, 04:32:54 PM
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If somebody was so suicidal and actually tried to trade with him :

I checked the addy on blockchain
https://blockchain.info/address/1JsAuubnGgr928eCWRE2vRxPYPQDeTC5gz

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June 01, 2015, 04:34:51 PM
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We told you, we have a way to show that you, (A) Own the coins, (B) can transact without fear of scam. The "proof" you offered instead is in no way proof. A cryptographically signed message on the blockchain is. And escrow costs you nothing, why wouldn't you use it? I understand you want to do it your way. That's fine, but your way is insecure.

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If somebody was so suicidal and actually tried to trade with him :

I checked the addy on blockchain
https://blockchain.info/address/1JsAuubnGgr928eCWRE2vRxPYPQDeTC5gz

Oh, well. End of discussion. Unless the Op wants to explain this.

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June 01, 2015, 04:39:49 PM
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how about you keep your opinions to yourself and stop telling others what to do! You have no right to tell me how I should sell or buy. These are my bitcoins I can do as I wish, I have sold before never had a problem, infact I could shut you up by showing you proof of my previous transactions. I have enough proof please don't push me to make people like you look stupid. Have a good day.

Of course you're totally right, they are your bitcoins (if they really exist) and I won't tell you what to do with them. I just want to prevent people from being scammed, that's all. So I am recommending this to them (not you): This offer is extremely suspicious, therefore you must use escrow if dealing with OP.



mate if I was you I would be very careful who you talk to! You took my image and edited it, lol and you think people will believe you seeing as you jus blatantly made a fake version of my wallet, its you people shouldn't trust. Jus give me a sec il upload some more proof, its my wallet full stop. Now get lost mate stop trying to scam people.
checkmate m8
https://blockchain.info/address/1JsAuubnGgr928eCWRE2vRxPYPQDeTC5gz

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June 01, 2015, 04:43:20 PM
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let me know ur country code + whatsapp number...

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June 01, 2015, 04:44:55 PM
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If he's in the UK which he seems to be it's +44.

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June 01, 2015, 04:46:06 PM
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You took my image and edited it

Yep, and it was so extremely easy to do. That's exactly my point: what you posted proves nothing at all.

Now either use escrow or stop this nonsense.



To be totally fair he doesn't need to send coins to that specific address to have positive balance in his account. We could have bought the coins there or he could have had a different deposit address in the past (not that I think that's what happened, I'm just saying it's possible).

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June 01, 2015, 05:00:25 PM
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how about you keep your opinions to yourself and stop telling others what to do! You have no right to tell me how I should sell or buy. These are my bitcoins I can do as I wish, I have sold before never had a problem, infact I could shut you up by showing you proof of my previous transactions. I have enough proof please don't push me to make people like you look stupid. Have a good day.

Of course you're totally right, they are your bitcoins (if they really exist) and I won't tell you what to do with them. I just want to prevent people from being scammed, that's all. So I am recommending this to them (not you): This offer is extremely suspicious, therefore you must use escrow if dealing with OP.



mate if I was you I would be very careful who you talk to! You took my image and edited it, lol and you think people will believe you seeing as you jus blatantly made a fake version of my wallet, its you people shouldn't trust. Jus give me a sec il upload some more proof, its my wallet full stop. Now get lost mate stop trying to scam people.
checkmate m8
https://blockchain.info/address/1JsAuubnGgr928eCWRE2vRxPYPQDeTC5gz

Dude sorry but LBC gives a new address after every deposit so its obvious this address doesn't have any bitcoins.

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June 01, 2015, 07:12:45 PM
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Any serious buyers interested message me on whatsapp and I can provide proof.

I can escrow this if you'd like, though I'm quite certain you'll decline. Please fund the following address with 5.00 BTC

1PNQpSq3ztzyw5EoB3ztiRZ8bdUKY9AaLM

Once this address has been funded, the your coins are safely in escrow and you will most likely find a buyer within 24hrs, if not less. I'll waive my standard 1% escrow fee as well.

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June 01, 2015, 09:14:46 PM
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Lol anyway I have a life,  got kids to feed unlike some people on here. Im not gonna waste my time with such people. Grow up.if anyone wants to buy bitcoins my whatsapp number is already on this post, if not then goodluck to you.
have a good day

You would no problem selling the btc if you would use a reputable member of the forums for escrow. I suspect the main reason you won't is because you do not have such funds or cannot sign a message from a address with the btc in it. If you could, you would. Hence a scam. Do Not Trade!

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June 02, 2015, 07:40:51 AM
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Would you trade for beach front property in Colorado?
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June 03, 2015, 04:07:09 AM
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if you know that everyone knows you are full of shit shouldn't you just quit and try a different scam. my advice pretend you have cheap aspics and you are from china it worked on me lol

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