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August 03, 2015, 02:29:25 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1141498.msg12039495#msg12039495

Compare to OP. Nice attempt at sniping some scam under OP's nose.

Just in case he delete the post;

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August 03, 2015, 03:15:36 PM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

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August 03, 2015, 03:57:15 PM
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that's me second catch .. xD
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August 03, 2015, 03:59:22 PM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

This is not me. I added a warning to my OP to prevent people from getting scammed. I do realize that my old prices were too high and have (actually) lowered them. PM me if you have any doubts.
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August 03, 2015, 04:01:24 PM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

This is not me. I added a warning to my OP to prevent people from getting scammed. I do realize that my old prices were too high and have (actually) lowered them. PM me if you have any doubts.
Alright I was trying to make sure, again it wasn't meant to be an accusation and thank you for the reply. Hopefully someday we figure out a way to stop these scammers.

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August 03, 2015, 04:03:13 PM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

I was thinking it would be nice if an Admin checked the IP range, just for pruning the main account and other scam accounts but heh. The scam was pretty clean, i would be surprised if there was any hit.
I also wouldn't throw wild accusation at a trusted member just because of the nice tempo, even though i guess its not impossible(hacked account). Still i'd give the benefit of the doubt.

Edit: Look like everyone's happy.
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August 03, 2015, 08:49:03 PM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

I was thinking it would be nice if an Admin checked the IP range, just for pruning the main account and other scam accounts but heh. The scam was pretty clean, i would be surprised if there was any hit.
I also wouldn't throw wild accusation at a trusted member just because of the nice tempo, even though i guess its not impossible(hacked account). Still i'd give the benefit of the doubt.

Edit: Look like everyone's happy.

Scammer uses this method with slightly changed names . Yesterday he tried to scam me by sending messages by name Sakairias-Corporation and after we aggreed about the price SebastainJu messaged me for the escrow .
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August 03, 2015, 09:07:29 PM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

I was thinking it would be nice if an Admin checked the IP range, just for pruning the main account and other scam accounts but heh. The scam was pretty clean, i would be surprised if there was any hit.
I also wouldn't throw wild accusation at a trusted member just because of the nice tempo, even though i guess its not impossible(hacked account). Still i'd give the benefit of the doubt.

Edit: Look like everyone's happy.

Scammer uses this method with slightly changed names . Yesterday he tried to scam me by sending messages by name Sakairias-Corporation and after we aggreed about the price SebastainJu messaged me for the escrow .

I guess that scammer is pretty active. He is putting a lot of effort in, i wonder if he's actually managing to scam anyone. But i don't see how we could get rid of him, or scammers in general.
There's the sophisticated kind that probably use VPN and proper grammar. And then the mosquito kind, there's so many and they are easily spotted, you keep swatting them but there's always more and sometimes one manage to get a droop of blood.

Enough people actually getting scammed must be fueling their efforts..
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August 04, 2015, 04:22:17 AM
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Not sure if Moderators or admins can check IP of the post but it would really be nice to see if this and the OP of the post have the same IP. I am starting to think that this could have been a bigger scam attempt: Op over prices gear, uses new account with similar name for the chance to steal coins and keep his positive trust on his main account. This is just a possibility not an accusation.

I was thinking it would be nice if an Admin checked the IP range, just for pruning the main account and other scam accounts but heh. The scam was pretty clean, i would be surprised if there was any hit.
I also wouldn't throw wild accusation at a trusted member just because of the nice tempo, even though i guess its not impossible(hacked account). Still i'd give the benefit of the doubt.

Edit: Look like everyone's happy.

Scammer uses this method with slightly changed names . Yesterday he tried to scam me by sending messages by name Sakairias-Corporation and after we aggreed about the price SebastainJu messaged me for the escrow .

I guess that scammer is pretty active. He is putting a lot of effort in, i wonder if he's actually managing to scam anyone. But i don't see how we could get rid of him, or scammers in general.
There's the sophisticated kind that probably use VPN and proper grammar. And then the mosquito kind, there's so many and they are easily spotted, you keep swatting them but there's always more and sometimes one manage to get a droop of blood.

Enough people actually getting scammed must be fueling their efforts..

I doubt it, specially with the new warning on the pms when you are a newbie, no one is dumb enough to fall for that scam, i hope.

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