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January 06, 2016, 10:16:01 PM
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Why do you care? It's obvious that they're either idiots or trolls. Just ignore and move on.

I care because they are "bumping" my trust!

One of the second person's excuses is that: I already had negative trust from spamming.

I don't really want negative trust, it decreases my account's value for when I post and means I may be unable to join signature campaigns.

Ironically, he now doesn't have any evidence, the post was deleted by a mod (for some unknown reason)!

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January 06, 2016, 11:09:38 PM
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Ironically, he now doesn't have any evidence, the post was deleted by a mod (for some unknown reason)!

Its offtopic to the auction.
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January 08, 2016, 06:12:05 PM
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Ironically, he now doesn't have any evidence, the post was deleted by a mod (for some unknown reason)!

Its offtopic to the auction.

How was it off topic? I was suggesting he would get more bidders, if he reduced the minimum bid from 0.015btc to 0.01 btc.

He then also stated that I risked 3 BTC of his?

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January 08, 2016, 06:43:07 PM
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Ironically, he now doesn't have any evidence, the post was deleted by a mod (for some unknown reason)!

Its offtopic to the auction.

How was it off topic? I was suggesting he would get more bidders, if he reduced the minimum bid from 0.015btc to 0.01 btc.

That would be a topic for trading discussion. Its like posting "you should move this topic to X" which is always offtopic to the topic at hand, where topics go is a discussion for meta.

He then also stated that I risked 3 BTC of his?

People tend to fill in some arbitrary number into that field. AFAIK a value is required, if someone is angry, hitting 1,2,3 or 4 are easy to reach keys on most keyboards. Some even fill in 21 million.
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January 08, 2016, 06:46:42 PM
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He then also stated that I risked 3 BTC of his?
He's just being butt-hurt, like nearly most of the untrusted feedbacks I've got
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robmob -2: -1 / +0   2016-01-08       1.00000000      Use accuses people of doing things with out knowing full story. Sketchy member deal with caution.

kydranel -4: -2 / +0   2015-12-28   1.00000000      deal with caution

leuk999 0: -0 / +0   2015-12-02   0.80000000   Reference   100% Scamer .. He is Scameer....

I seem to have scammed 2.8 BTC in that case.

Edit: Oh and prolly mentioned a lot by now, but move on.
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