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September 29, 2015, 03:46:42 PM
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Attention all - Beware of this individual ---> Smith Janifer
To keep my personal life separate from business I do not advertise my Facebook.
I only ever gave my Facebook to one person --->JerryCurlzzz
The guy ripped me off for $50.00 in a PayPal Scam and now all the sudden I get a Facebook message asking me to join a bitcoin doubling scam...
None of my friends or family even know I play with Bitcoin, let alone know what Bitcoin even is.  The advertisement I got was a scam, and I CAN NOT verify this --->Smith Janifer is actually --->JerryCurlzzz, but I have my suspicions.  Just be careful.
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September 29, 2015, 03:51:06 PM
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Attention all - Beware of this individual ---> Smith Janifer
To keep my personal life separate from business I do not advertise my Facebook.
I only ever gave my Facebook to one person --->JerryCurlzzz
The guy ripped me off for $50.00 in a PayPal Scam and now all the sudden I get a Facebook message asking me to join a bitcoin doubling scam...
None of my friends or family even know I play with Bitcoin, let alone know what Bitcoin even is.  The advertisement I got was a scam, and I CAN NOT verify this --->Smith Janifer is actually --->JerryCurlzzz, but I have my suspicions.  Just be careful.

i m sorry but i dont find any user with that name ..better display profile.
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September 29, 2015, 03:52:32 PM
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What is Smith Janifer's facebook profile link? Based on the name alone, it sounds like a fake name/account therefore I would find it unlikely that any additional information can be determined from it.
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September 29, 2015, 03:55:13 PM
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Attention all - Beware of this individual ---> Smith Janifer
To keep my personal life separate from business I do not advertise my Facebook.
I only ever gave my Facebook to one person --->JerryCurlzzz
The guy ripped me off for $50.00 in a PayPal Scam and now all the sudden I get a Facebook message asking me to join a bitcoin doubling scam...
None of my friends or family even know I play with Bitcoin, let alone know what Bitcoin even is.  The advertisement I got was a scam, and I CAN NOT verify this --->Smith Janifer is actually --->JerryCurlzzz, but I have my suspicions.  Just be careful.

i m sorry but i dont find any user with that name ..better display profile.
Google it  Roll Eyes https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=132626 , as to OP I wouldn't jump to conclusions. From where did you get a message to join a scam, AFAIK someone needs to send you a friend request and you have to accept it. And even if your scam accusation is true, what purpose will this thread serve concerning FB? You should directly link the scam site you are talking about. And my guess is someone was either searching about bitcoin related groups and got to your profile or you got phished/hacked.
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September 29, 2015, 04:02:21 PM
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Attention all - Beware of this individual ---> Smith Janifer
To keep my personal life separate from business I do not advertise my Facebook.
I only ever gave my Facebook to one person --->JerryCurlzzz
The guy ripped me off for $50.00 in a PayPal Scam and now all the sudden I get a Facebook message asking me to join a bitcoin doubling scam...
None of my friends or family even know I play with Bitcoin, let alone know what Bitcoin even is.  The advertisement I got was a scam, and I CAN NOT verify this --->Smith Janifer is actually --->JerryCurlzzz, but I have my suspicions.  Just be careful.

i m sorry but i dont find any user with that name ..better display profile.
Google it  Roll Eyes https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=132626 , as to OP I wouldn't jump to conclusions. From where did you get a message to join a scam, AFAIK someone needs to send you a friend request and you have to accept it. And even if your scam accusation is true, what purpose will this thread serve concerning FB? You should directly link the scam site you are talking about. And my guess is someone was either searching about bitcoin related groups and got to your profile or you got phished/hacked.
i meant that janifer ' ,what ever..no relation to forum though ?
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October 01, 2015, 02:05:59 AM
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I am sorry all, This contact information I put is for Facebook.  ---> Smith Janifer is from facebook and  --->JerryCurlzzz is on here.  Just in case someone notices the info pop up on FB.  I was newer at one point and got scammed with stupid things like this, so I am just putting the info out there to help protect.  Sorry I did not clarify.
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October 01, 2015, 02:09:20 AM
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More details? Like a link to this "Smith Janifer" here on the forum or the doubling scam site URL, BTC address they wanted you to send to, anything?

Next time just go along with it and gather more details, then post here. It might at least force them into buying a new domain, setting up a new facebook profile and all that. Waste their time like they wasted your time.
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October 03, 2015, 06:05:24 PM
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More details? Like a link to this "Smith Janifer" here on the forum or the doubling scam site URL, BTC address they wanted you to send to, anything?

Next time just go along with it and gather more details, then post here. It might at least force them into buying a new domain, setting up a new facebook profile and all that. Waste their time like they wasted your time.
I never even thought about that.  I will do just that. Thanks for the advise.  Grin
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October 03, 2015, 09:33:51 PM
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More details? Like a link to this "Smith Janifer" here on the forum or the doubling scam site URL, BTC address they wanted you to send to, anything?

Next time just go along with it and gather more details, then post here. It might at least force them into buying a new domain, setting up a new facebook profile and all that. Waste their time like they wasted your time.
I never even thought about that.  I will do just that. Thanks for the advise.  Grin

You missed the first part of what he said: can you give us more info on the scam site? I think Facebook allows anyone to message anyone (but I'm not completely familiar with how Facebook works) so it might be that, but most probably you're right.

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