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December 16, 2012, 11:05:06 PM
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http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=es&u=http://mx.answers.yahoo.com/question/index%3Fqid%3D20121214152610AA77XwQ&prev=/search%3Fq%3DCaradenada%2Byahoo%2Banswers%26hl%3Den%26tbo%3Dd%26rlz%3D1C1FGGD_enUS502US502&sa=X&ei=p1LOULvMOqq80QG46YGICA&ved=0CEMQ7gEwAg

Look what hes trying to do...

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December 16, 2012, 11:10:15 PM
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He's  been spamming Yahoo Answers with that post.

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&ei=p1LOULvMOqq80QG46YGICA&hl=en&prev=/search%3Fq%3DCaradenada%2Byahoo%2Banswers%26hl%3Den%26tbo%3Dd%26rlz%3D1C1FGGD_enUS502US502&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=es&twu=1&u=http://mx.answers.yahoo.com/activity%3B_ylt%3DAwrBzrBBVM5Q.AwAsruY8gt.%3B_ylv%3D3%3Fshow%3Dfv89qY50aa%26link%3Dquestion&usg=ALkJrhj9VIXmdAbQf50DOJ0Dnqo7kVrerA#yan-questions-answers

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December 16, 2012, 11:16:06 PM
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What a douchebag.

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December 16, 2012, 11:22:21 PM
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Letter from chargeback processing


Auth.net transaction showing the last 4 of the card match.

will be posting more proof when my other software comes back up.

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December 16, 2012, 11:25:27 PM
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This thief says he's invulnerable and untouchable, that nobody will find and punish him, so everyone should just deal with the fact that he won by robbing you all.

This small-time crook forgets that he lives in South America, where pretty much anyone will stab him through his eye for a few bucks.

If you do evil, evil will happen to you.  It's just a question of time.

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Este ladrón dice que no le pueden hacer nada y que es intocable, que nadie lo encontrará, así que todos deben quedarse callados y aceptar que él les robó.

Este estafador insignificante se olvida de que vive en Sudamérica, donde cualquiera lo puede despachar al más allá por unos cuantos pesos.

Si haces el mal, mal te van a hacer.  Sólo es cuestión de tiempo.
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December 16, 2012, 11:27:44 PM
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I want to see if you guys actually catch this guy.  It's amazing how skilled bitcoiners can be at doxxing.

EDIT:  Equally amazing is the number of times nothing ever happens, despite knowing where the guys live.

I believe there's a market in TOR where "making things happen" can be had for a good price.
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December 16, 2012, 11:36:59 PM
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December 16, 2012, 11:39:29 PM
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Rudd-O,

While we all would like to see Hector Matias Predilailo AKA Caranada brought to justice.  I personally DO NOT condone violence in that effort.

And I think for the good of bitcoin and bitcointalk.org that type of discussion should be kept off the boards. 

We will have plenty of material to pursue that legally.


Thank you.
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December 17, 2012, 12:02:02 AM
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Rudd-O,

While we all would like to see Hector Matias Predilailo AKA Caranada brought to justice.  I personally DO NOT condone violence in that effort.

And I think for the good of bitcoin and bitcointalk.org that type of discussion should be kept off the boards.  

We will have plenty of material to pursue that legally.


Thank you.


I agree with you, actually.  I do not think that violence should be used to try and recoup what the scammer stole, or as a retributive mechanism -- first, everyone knows that people in Heaven (or Hell) don't, can't, won't pay their debts, and second, well, aggressing against a person is just wrong.

I think that the scammer should be compelled by ostracism only to return the stolen funds.  In pursuing such, it would be wise to contact the people listed as his friends and give them a heads-up.  If his social network compels him to pay pay, he'll pay up much, much faster than pursuing legal "solutions" against him (which will only end up making money for the lawyers).

In Chile they had a private bill collector business dedicated to doing exactly this.  They'd hire big burly guys, dress them in very nice and spiffy suits, and then have the dapper gentlemen openly follow the scammer around, telling anyone who interacts with the scammer that he is a scammer and he has not paid a debt.  Sometimes the company would also spring for night serenades with a musical band, singing right in front of the home of the scammer, with loudspeakers, all about how the scammer hasn't paid his debt.  Never would they resort to violence, of course.

Scammers paid.  Oh, did they pay.
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December 17, 2012, 12:06:42 AM
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Think this is one of his sock puppets bitcoins5411

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December 17, 2012, 01:02:42 AM
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Sometimes the company would also spring for night serenades with a musical band, singing right in front of the home of the scammer, with loudspeakers, all about how the scammer hasn't paid his debt.  Never would they resort to violence, of course.

Scammers paid.  Oh, did they pay.

You know that's not a bad idea.  It would cost nothing but time to make these scammers youtube hits.  I'm sure we have people on here who could compose scammer serenades about them.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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December 17, 2012, 01:12:33 AM
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You know that's not a bad idea.  It would cost nothing but time to make these scammers youtube hits.  I'm sure we have people on here who could compose scammer serenades about them.

To the melody of Toni Rossi - Bésame Mucho


Caraaaaa, Cara de Naaaaaada,
I gave you my coins for your cards,
then you took them away.


Caaaaaraaaaa de Naaaaaada,
I found a hitman on Silk Road,
maybe now you will pay.
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December 17, 2012, 08:27:48 AM
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Sometimes the company would also spring for night serenades with a musical band, singing right in front of the home of the scammer, with loudspeakers, all about how the scammer hasn't paid his debt.  Never would they resort to violence, of course.

Scammers paid.  Oh, did they pay.

You know that's not a bad idea.  It would cost nothing but time to make these scammers youtube hits.  I'm sure we have people on here who could compose scammer serenades about them.

If all else fails, sounds like a great way to get married.

To a scammer.

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December 17, 2012, 10:20:30 PM
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Was it actually an Entropay card number, or was it a different BIN?
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December 17, 2012, 11:43:11 PM
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Just wanted to put this back to the top there so everyon knows what a scammer looks like.


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December 20, 2012, 04:49:57 PM
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Just keeping it alive

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December 27, 2012, 05:47:29 PM
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We too have received a charge-back request from Hector Matias Predilailo. This is the phone number that we have on file that we verified using a phone verification system 5493624532647. I am more than willing to provide information that might help all of us who have been scammed by this individual.

186.123.135.84   1   13/11/12
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December 29, 2012, 04:33:01 PM
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Did you use Address Verification when making the transaction?  That is the only way you could prevent a charge back.  Unfortunately the AVS usually only works on American Cards.

Did he provide you with an address or any photos or screen shots as evidence.

If so please post them here.

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January 22, 2013, 02:37:47 PM
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Still pursuing this, He has caused me to have over 4k held in escrow till this sorts out. Just to let him know when I talked to the FBI I told them I think he might be a Terrorist if there is one way in the U.S. to make things happen that is it.

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January 22, 2013, 04:19:36 PM
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Still pursuing this, He has caused me to have over 4k held in escrow till this sorts out. Just to let him know when I talked to the FBI I told them I think he might be a Terrorist if there is one way in the U.S. to make things happen that is it.

Well, he seems to be a financial terrorist.

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