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January 24, 2016, 05:11:22 AM
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Well, everything is more or less explained in the PM I am attaching below. Basically, a newbie, Btcseller22, started a topic in the services section saying he wanted to hire admins for "his" new site. As he gave no public info I decided to PM him; he got back to me pretty quickly (in a matter of minutes) and then the conversation went on as seen in the already mentioned picture.

I have no idea what he is trying to accomplish (ask users to pay a fee for the supposed job, distribute virus, harm Betcoin.ag's reputation), I could have followed his game but honestly I have no time for that. That account probably won't be used again, I just felt I had to warn people about that guy. Apart from offering things that not even the naivest person would believe, you need to be really dumb to claim a well-known site as yours, specially to someone promoting it Cheesy.

If there could be any doubt about his claims being false, in the PM roslinpl confirmed to me that that person has nothing to do with Betcoin.ag.



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He PMed me again asking me to contact him on Twitter, about 30 minutes later than the last PM shown in the picture (I replied to him that I was checking with my campaign manager what he had just said Tongue). I guess that is not relevant as to take an additional snapshot.

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January 24, 2016, 01:16:08 PM
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he is a hacker trying to install malware on your system
read this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1339269.msg13660968#msg13660968
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