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Author Topic: Master-P's scammed funds summary. Post your case here if you were scammed.  (Read 18724 times)
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December 29, 2015, 12:44:48 PM
Last edit: January 14, 2016, 10:06:38 AM by KingZee
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This thread will be used to count the number of users scammed, the addresses used, and the amount of bitcoin at stake.

Kindly refrain from posting here if you are not concerned. Discussing about the situation can be done on this thread.


This is a list containing current users who showed the proof of their contact with master-p, and the amount of btc they have lost.

Registered total scammed : 23.957BTC
Registered total refunded : 9.8BTC

Users affected & corresponding addresses :


KingZee : 0.7BTC left to be refunded to the address : 1KingZeeW97uLvngcUA3R6QJx18Fn78ddb --- FULLY REPAID

Tabata11 : 4.353BTC left to be refunded to the address : 19nbMVsnnzzbHtkx2Y1AzVCqeApkyUv4RQ --- FULLY REPAID

mexxer-2 : 2.38BTC left to be refunded at : 38tXxJREPNJHxZZ34MqY4JT7ntgR4PdoDD --- FULLY REPAID

grtthegreat : 3 2.8BTC left to be refunded to the address : 1QF1Eo1mXv7M93FuntAHuiSGx2wkpxqJem --- PARTIALLY REPAID (0.2 BTC)

yahoo62278 : 6.47 3.76BTC left to be refunded to the address : 1LiwxmZC1v3d5J7XeMT4c8FKpuJwV3QjqH --- PARTIALLY REPAID (2.71 BTC)

Floz PR Account : 0.5BTC left to be refunded --- NOT REPAID

Samdo : .8066BTC left to be refunded at the address : 1NKQqkKQTnAc3BprNGRRzaXbF472w4Pv6e --- NOT REPAID

vervolioman : 1.657BTC left to be refunded at : 1A2TTjp4VLwuTLFaK66Lo51TCw5GEjKnNC --- NOT REPAID

ghibly79 : 3BTC left to be refunded at : 1H6ADzLAHz8pdAJDbGrnMsoPmrQEjKxiWE --- NOT REPAID







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December 29, 2015, 12:56:38 PM
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Man, this was the most needed thread. Thanks for summarising everything and doing this. Thanks again.

PS: Please change the link of the address 1639 (Samdo) and remove the "fr" from the URL. It redirects to the french version.
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December 29, 2015, 01:08:03 PM
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Also, my proof thread is here too. Add it to the list please.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306734.0

EDIT: Add ghibly79 to the list. He has been scammed 3 BTC too. Heres the proof:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306301.msg13378820#msg13378820

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306301.msg13387519#msg13387519
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December 29, 2015, 02:01:47 PM
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Youve left out quite alot for me. here 2.3 btc he has escrowed for 1 campaign(obits) alltotal master-P has 6.7btc stolen from me



You have the 2.2btc he has escrowed for ore mining listed above. But youre missing the 1btc he has escrowed for coinbet24 campaign.




Then theres the 1.5btc he asked me to sell him for paypal funds.

https://blockchain.info/tx/b0833df15299853f26baac9d33aa2b466e165a99df3f772db6dfba6d5605e7b0

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December 29, 2015, 02:09:18 PM
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25.21 BTC is equivalent to $10 650 USD
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December 29, 2015, 02:50:20 PM
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25.21 BTC is equivalent to $10 650 USD


The total has now come to 28.28 as stated in the OP and it is around 12000 USD.

This is really sad, a lot of people are getting scammed with bitcoins and scammers are getting away too easily and that bothers me much. Hopefully, Karma will get to them one day if law fails.


 

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December 29, 2015, 02:53:28 PM
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25.21 BTC is equivalent to $10 650 USD


The total has now come to 28.28 as stated in the OP and it is around 12000 USD.

This is really sad, a lot of people are getting scammed with bitcoins and scammers are getting away too easily and that bothers me much. Hopefully, Karma will get to them one day if law fails.



master-P is idiot..
I will never sold my acc .. He had income from fees.. i don't know why he sold his account ( or maybe he didn't )
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December 29, 2015, 03:34:53 PM
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This is the most horrible escrow I've ever seen since I joined on this forum.


I do not know how escrow works techincally

But as far as I know , somekind like :

Publishing sign message ? done

Publishing PGP ? done

and many techincal about escrow done

But why they still capable to scamming ?

How to prevent this happening again & again ?? ( Maidak, master-P , who's next ? )


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December 29, 2015, 04:07:34 PM
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This is the most horrible escrow I've ever seen since I joined on this forum.


I do not know how escrow works techincally

But as far as I know , somekind like :

Publishing sign message ? done

Publishing PGP ? done

and many techincal about escrow done

But why they still capable to scamming ?

How to prevent this happening again & again ?? ( Maidak, master-P , who's next ? )

How about reading first everything then come to conclusion? in this case the real master P sold his account including all private keys for the address that he has used before. People that want to buy a high green trust account might want to use that account for scamming and nothing else
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December 29, 2015, 04:29:36 PM
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If each of the victims could publicly post an address to send refunds to I would appreciate it. This way we can all monitor the progress (or non-progress) of reparations. If you could please op add these to the original post.

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December 29, 2015, 04:34:24 PM
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25.21 BTC is equivalent to $10 650 USD


The total has now come to 28.28 as stated in the OP and it is around 12000 USD.

This is really sad, a lot of people are getting scammed with bitcoins and scammers are getting away too easily and that bothers me much. Hopefully, Karma will get to them one day if law fails.



So sad to know that people's tha are very trusted by the community can change reputation from a day to another scamming so many people's and stealing so big amount of coins....that's very sad for the community  Undecided
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December 29, 2015, 04:34:56 PM
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If each of the victims could publicly post an address to send refunds to I would appreciate it. This way we can all monitor the progress (or non-progress) of reparations. If you could please op add these to the original post.

I agree with this. I will post my address along with my PGP signature here soon.
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December 29, 2015, 05:06:07 PM
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What is the "extra 4.32"? I would somewhat assume that he has at least some amount of BTC that actually belongs to him. So unless there is a substantiated claim on these funds then I would say this amount belongs to him.

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December 29, 2015, 05:46:13 PM
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If each of the victims could publicly post an address to send refunds to I would appreciate it. This way we can all monitor the progress (or non-progress) of reparations. If you could please op add these to the original post.

I agree with this. I will post my address along with my PGP signature here soon.

Noted, but due to recent developments, I think I would rather wait 2 days and see if the original user is indeed legit, and is planning to refund the money to all affected users. If not, we have all eternity to ask for community support.

What is the "extra 4.32"? I would somewhat assume that he has at least some amount of BTC that actually belongs to him. So unless there is a substantiated claim on these funds then I would say this amount belongs to him.

You're right. I corrected it.

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December 29, 2015, 11:53:36 PM
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December 30, 2015, 08:23:47 AM
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I agree with this. I will post my address along with my PGP signature here soon.

My refund address:

Code:
1QF1Eo1mXv7M93FuntAHuiSGx2wkpxqJem

My PGP Signature:

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

My refund address is 1QF1Eo1mXv7M93FuntAHuiSGx2wkpxqJem.

I was scammed by master-P for 3 BTC that I sent him for escrow purposes.

If master-P returns and refunds them, please send them to the address above.

Date of signing this message is 30th December 2015.

The 64 bit PGP fingerprint is 3AE9 0D7E 1C34 9841. Full fingerprint is

D10B 475F 51C8 B26A AFA8 3512 3AE9 0D7E 1C34 9841
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: Keybase OpenPGP v2.0.49
Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

wsBcBAABCgAGBQJWg5R+AAoJEButA3z+wAI+lfsH/Ri9LXmJA/gzuNVW1u4MdYkz
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December 30, 2015, 08:25:28 AM
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I would hope that everything works out for everyone here... Hopefully all the people can get refunded their hard earned BTC.
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December 30, 2015, 01:15:44 PM
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I would hope that everything works out for everyone here... Hopefully all the people can get refunded their hard earned BTC.

I think is very hard for me, money are gone forever and nobody can see back again a single coin  Undecided
That's should be a lesson for everyone on trusting others people on this BTC world!
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December 30, 2015, 01:47:40 PM
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24 Bitcoins are a huge amount nowadays. It seems there is a slight ray of hope now since the second person claiming to be master-P verified himself and claims he will access the wallet to repay everyone.

See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1306301.msg13398178#msg13398178

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December 30, 2015, 03:44:23 PM
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Mexxer-2 has been hosting the E-Coin signature campaign.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1276519.0  Once funds are recovered please send them here

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