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June 10, 2015, 10:09:11 PM
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Hi, somebody hacked my account 'moriartybitcoin'. Maybe all forum accounts were hacked?  Anyways, how can I get my account back?  I no longer have access to the email attached to the account.  I can tell you my old password before it was changed, my old sig and (most importantly) my IP address that I ALWAYS use to access the account. Can you help me recover the account??  It's a hero account and whoever hacked it is probably going to committ a lot of fraud ...
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June 10, 2015, 10:13:13 PM
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Hi, somebody hacked my account 'moriartybitcoin'. Maybe all forum accounts were hacked?  Anyways, how can I get my account back?  I no longer have access to the email attached to the account.  I can tell you my old password before it was changed, my old sig and (most importantly) my IP address that I ALWAYS use to access the account. Can you help me recover the account??  It's a hero account and whoever hacked it is probably going to committ a lot of fraud ...

What makes you think "all forum accounts were hacked"? As far as I know a few were, probably for poor security measures.
Considering the extreme negative feedback of the account moriartybitcoin I really doubt it can be used to commit fraud.
AFAIK the only way to recover a hacked account is by signing a message with a bitcoin address or PGP certificate posted several months ago. You should check your own old posts or sent PMs and find an address, then check if you still have its private key and sign a message including your username and date.

Edit: the fact you don't know how to recover an account (really you never read this post?) or where to post a thread (originally on "Technical Support") makes me think you're not the original owner of moriartybitcoin. While moriartybitcoin is a scammer I highly doubt he's inexperienced on this forum.

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June 10, 2015, 10:13:58 PM
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See this thread on how to recover your account: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

You are going to need to find a Bitcoin address from several months ago, preferably quoted, and sign a message and send it Theymos.

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June 10, 2015, 10:42:27 PM
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Reminder; it has been already sold here;
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1083836.0

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June 10, 2015, 11:08:19 PM
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See this thread on how to recover your account: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

You are going to need to find a Bitcoin address from several months ago, preferably quoted, and sign a message and send it Theymos.

Doesn't need to be quoted if the post hasn't been edited in months.

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June 10, 2015, 11:39:55 PM
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Hi, somebody hacked my account 'moriartybitcoin'. Maybe all forum accounts were hacked?  Anyways, how can I get my account back?  I no longer have access to the email attached to the account.  I can tell you my old password before it was changed, my old sig and (most importantly) my IP address that I ALWAYS use to access the account. Can you help me recover the account??  It's a hero account and whoever hacked it is probably going to committ a lot of fraud ...
LOL. I don't think your account needs to be hacked for it to be used to commit fraud  Cheesy

Although I do not believe that your account was hacked, if there is evidence that it was then I don't think anything should be done about it as your are an overall scumbag.

Do you think I am spamming? If so, you are probably wrong.
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June 13, 2015, 07:30:21 AM
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Hi, somebody hacked my account 'moriartybitcoin'. Maybe all forum accounts were hacked?  Anyways, how can I get my account back?  I no longer have access to the email attached to the account.  I can tell you my old password before it was changed, my old sig and (most importantly) my IP address that I ALWAYS use to access the account. Can you help me recover the account??  It's a hero account and whoever hacked it is probably going to committ a lot of fraud ...

If you want to recover your acc you must be able to prove with signature message Or send PM to teymos he will help you Smiley

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June 13, 2015, 10:38:59 PM
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This moriaty dude has already scammed 120 BTC before and just recently scammed another $200 from a fool who used his bitlaunder (more like bitfraud) mixing service. Hacked or not, the OP's comment about committing fraud is laughable.

I'm a lover not a hater. I'm a scam buster misunderstood. However, this forum is full of haters which is why you see my trust. They can't handle my success so they try to stop me...BUT NO ONE STOPS MY SUCCESS! ....Find Quickseller annoying? Click the "ignore" button below his name! You're welcome!
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