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October 15, 2015, 01:15:58 PM
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The account listed in the OP should be given negative trust for two reasons:

1) they scammed
2) If one of their alts is found, then the person who finds their alts will more easily know to call them out for scamming from an alt, and with the negative trust the scam is more evident.

In regards to the question of the OP, the person who left the trust has a pretty long history of leaving positive trust for people who are either known scammers, or people who turned out to be a scammer.

Dooglus has left positive trust for the following scammers:
  • MRKYLE
  • bitponzi.io (the account in the OP)
  • dicebitcoin
  • the account behind dice.ninja (I don't see it there now however he was endorsing them via his signature)
  • tspacepilot

Dooglus has left positive trust for a total of 14 accounts, 15 if you count the dice.ninja account whose positive rating is not currently there. This means that 33% of dooglus's sent positive ratings were sent to scammers. When you leave positive trust for this many people, I think people should start asking questions.....

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October 15, 2015, 06:21:19 PM
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    Dooglus has left positive trust for the following scammers:
    • tspacepilot

    I haven't scammed anyone.  And guess what, that's the main reason why there's no proof that I've scammed anyone.  Now, I have been accused of scamming by, let's see, two known scammers: Tradefortress and Quickseller

    You got caught escrow scamming and stealing escrow fees from your customers, now you're butthurt.  But really, this is on you.  If you hadn't been stealing from your customers, you wouldn't have been caught doing it.

    EDIT: I have also found evidence that OP is an alt of Quickseller.  I cannot release any proof at the moment, but people should bear this in mind when evaluating the posts of OP.[/list]
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