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August 01, 2015, 07:52:11 PM
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Doing another deal with john20. I have sent $15 paypal so waiting for bitcoin. Will let you know how this one goes.
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August 02, 2015, 08:52:14 PM
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Not yet received. Getting concerned. No answers to pm or email.
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August 02, 2015, 09:06:35 PM
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since you've used paypal just open up a complaint and get it back.

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August 02, 2015, 09:10:52 PM
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Not yet received. Getting concerned. No answers to pm or email.

What did you expect? Why would he send you anything when he can just open a new account here and at paypal?
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August 03, 2015, 12:52:45 AM
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Not yet received. Getting concerned. No answers to pm or email.

What did you expect? Why would he send you anything when he can just open a new account here and at paypal?

It's sad to think that these people really fall for these kind of obvious scams.
@OP - open a dispute and escalate it to a claim quickly. Provide the best information you can provide to guarantee your success rate.

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August 03, 2015, 01:20:17 AM
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Hi,
Today I conducted a similar trade with another new user "iamalive". These accounts may be owned by the same person as they operate a VERY similar scam. Iamalive was asking me to close the PayPal case so he could refund me (which is BS, don't do it) so if John20 is doing the same, they are the same person and should be linked together in there feedback ratings. Let me know and I'll edit mine for iamalive.
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August 03, 2015, 01:34:05 AM
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Hi,
Today I conducted a similar trade with another new user "iamalive". These accounts may be owned by the same person as they operate a VERY similar scam. Iamalive was asking me to close the PayPal case so he could refund me (which is BS, don't do it) so if John20 is doing the same, they are the same person and should be linked together in there feedback ratings. Let me know and I'll edit mine for iamalive.
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That is so weird. It is almost like these people are.......the same person.

As I mentioned in my PM to you, use escrow even when sending PayPal. It does not take very long to cash out stolen PayPal funds so even if you win the dispute (this is far from a guarantee), there is a good chance they will receive spendable funds as a resulting from their scam.

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August 03, 2015, 01:42:51 AM
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Hi,
Today I conducted a similar trade with another new user "iamalive". These accounts may be owned by the same person as they operate a VERY similar scam. Iamalive was asking me to close the PayPal case so he could refund me (which is BS, don't do it) so if John20 is doing the same, they are the same person and should be linked together in there feedback ratings. Let me know and I'll edit mine for iamalive.
Cheers
That is so weird. It is almost like these people are.......the same person.

As I mentioned in my PM to you, use escrow even when sending PayPal. It does not take very long to cash out stolen PayPal funds so even if you win the dispute (this is far from a guarantee), there is a good chance they will receive spendable funds as a resulting from their scam.

I really believe that these users scamming and asking for loan are the same person. Just waiting for some fool to get into their bait.

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August 03, 2015, 02:26:14 AM
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Hi,
Today I conducted a similar trade with another new user "iamalive". These accounts may be owned by the same person as they operate a VERY similar scam. Iamalive was asking me to close the PayPal case so he could refund me (which is BS, don't do it) so if John20 is doing the same, they are the same person and should be linked together in there feedback ratings. Let me know and I'll edit mine for iamalive.
Cheers
That is so weird. It is almost like these people are.......the same person.

As I mentioned in my PM to you, use escrow even when sending PayPal. It does not take very long to cash out stolen PayPal funds so even if you win the dispute (this is far from a guarantee), there is a good chance they will receive spendable funds as a resulting from their scam.

I really believe that these users scamming and asking for loan are the same person. Just waiting for some fool to get into their bait.
CEG, I was the fool but got before it was wayyyyy too late.

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August 03, 2015, 02:44:36 AM
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Hi,
Today I conducted a similar trade with another new user "iamalive". These accounts may be owned by the same person as they operate a VERY similar scam. Iamalive was asking me to close the PayPal case so he could refund me (which is BS, don't do it) so if John20 is doing the same, they are the same person and should be linked together in there feedback ratings. Let me know and I'll edit mine for iamalive.
Cheers
That is so weird. It is almost like these people are.......the same person.

As I mentioned in my PM to you, use escrow even when sending PayPal. It does not take very long to cash out stolen PayPal funds so even if you win the dispute (this is far from a guarantee), there is a good chance they will receive spendable funds as a resulting from their scam.

I really believe that these users scamming and asking for loan are the same person. Just waiting for some fool to get into their bait.
CEG, I was the fool but got before it was wayyyyy too late.

You should've trusted reputed people around here rather than doing trades with newbies.

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August 03, 2015, 09:54:38 AM
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Hi,
Today I conducted a similar trade with another new user "iamalive". These accounts may be owned by the same person as they operate a VERY similar scam. Iamalive was asking me to close the PayPal case so he could refund me (which is BS, don't do it) so if John20 is doing the same, they are the same person and should be linked together in there feedback ratings. Let me know and I'll edit mine for iamalive.
Cheers
That is so weird. It is almost like these people are.......the same person.

As I mentioned in my PM to you, use escrow even when sending PayPal. It does not take very long to cash out stolen PayPal funds so even if you win the dispute (this is far from a guarantee), there is a good chance they will receive spendable funds as a resulting from their scam.

I really believe that these users scamming and asking for loan are the same person. Just waiting for some fool to get into their bait.
CEG, I was the fool but got before it was wayyyyy too late.

You should've trusted reputed people around here rather than doing trades with newbies.
I should have, but it was a PayPal transaction so I could reverse it if I needed to, which is a pretty big flaw in his scam

Much empty.
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August 03, 2015, 11:28:41 AM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.

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August 03, 2015, 01:19:49 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.

Much empty.
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August 03, 2015, 01:35:32 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.
everyone can claim, but  there is no guarantee that paypal accept your claim.

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August 03, 2015, 01:47:39 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.
everyone can claim, but  there is no guarantee that paypal accept your claim.
There is not a 100% chance PayPal will give the money back, but it's pretty high I think? I'm pretty sure PayPal doesn't allow seller protection for cryptocurrency and that's why it's such a huge risk for the recipient.

Much empty.
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August 03, 2015, 01:52:15 PM
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You should try Wesellcrypto.com It's the most trusted Paypal to crypto exchange. I've received my coins in seconds after making the purchase. They only exchange Paypal to alt coins (such as XPY, DOGE, etc) but then you could exchange them to BTC if you want (in an exchange such as Cryptsy).  Roll Eyes

 

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August 03, 2015, 02:04:18 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.
everyone can claim, but  there is no guarantee that paypal accept your claim.
There is not a 100% chance PayPal will give the money back, but it's pretty high I think? I'm pretty sure PayPal doesn't allow seller protection for cryptocurrency and that's why it's such a huge risk for the recipient.

If you take action right before the user spends the money, then you can get your money back.

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August 03, 2015, 02:06:46 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.
everyone can claim, but  there is no guarantee that paypal accept your claim.
There is not a 100% chance PayPal will give the money back, but it's pretty high I think? I'm pretty sure PayPal doesn't allow seller protection for cryptocurrency and that's why it's such a huge risk for the recipient.
PayPal, in the first place and defends its interests Smiley, what can be claimed if you donates money to a friend,
only  if it is presented as unauthorized transaction, or hacked account

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August 03, 2015, 02:15:01 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.
everyone can claim, but  there is no guarantee that paypal accept your claim.
There is not a 100% chance PayPal will give the money back, but it's pretty high I think? I'm pretty sure PayPal doesn't allow seller protection for cryptocurrency and that's why it's such a huge risk for the recipient.

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August 03, 2015, 02:17:47 PM
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Flaw? Please learn how thing work before enabling these bottom feeding scammers again. There is no flaw.
There is a flaw. Everyone he tries to scam can claim their money back, providing they're not stupid.
everyone can claim, but  there is no guarantee that paypal accept your claim.
There is not a 100% chance PayPal will give the money back, but it's pretty high I think? I'm pretty sure PayPal doesn't allow seller protection for cryptocurrency and that's why it's such a huge risk for the recipient.


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