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September 20, 2015, 09:37:44 AM
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we all aware of recent drama of QS escrowing for his alt , its not over yet and another user defcon23 did the same thing and get caught
after this all stuff I won't wonder if we see more case like this in future where one user escrow for his alt using his high reputation,any user who did this should be banned from forum and his escrow & alt accounts should given negative rating

latest escrow scam by defcon23
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1184583.0


we need legit escrow on forum, clean the forum from scammers,IMO only limited users should allowed to escrow on forum

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September 20, 2015, 09:39:16 AM
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we all aware of recent drama of QS escrowing for his alt , its not over yet and another user defcon23 did the same thing and get caught
after this all stuff I won't wonder if we see more case like this in future where one user escrow for his alt using his high reputation,any user who did this should be banned from forum and his escrow & alt accounts should given negative rating

here is link for latest escrow scam
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1184583.0


we need legit escrow on forum, clean the forum from scammers,IMO only limited users should allowed to escrow on forum

Scammers aren't banned from the forum, an user is banned only if him will violate one of the forum rules (nothing else).
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