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January 11, 2016, 04:19:51 PM
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Hi to all, I want explain a softly type of scam.

very careful buyers and sellers (as you can see I'm not the first if you read his trust) This user releases TRUST FALSE NEGATIVE because one wants to buy his brt proposing their offer ...

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January 11, 2016, 08:42:34 PM
Last edit: January 11, 2016, 09:02:51 PM by bitbollo
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Hi to all, I want explain a softly type of scam.

very careful buyers and sellers (as you can see I'm not the first if you read his trust) This user releases TRUST FALSE NEGATIVE because one wants to buy his brt proposing their offer ...

Link of this user:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=364070

This is the story and you are stupid fucking scammer! You don't make an offer you try to stole MONEY!


Simply when I try to exchange 0.20 btc (preev = 84 euro) I get as offer = 55 euro = -30 euro (so far) of REAL RATE = more than 30% of "discount" (30% not simple 3% as usually make the vast majority of sellers!)

Well I am not a newbie and CAN'T accept this type of offer, but as I can see from my trust and from MP, this user say that "he make only an offer!".

No this is not an offert but a scam, because If I buy something with I sell something with 1000% of discount price (normally 3 % of preev price)  you try to take funds and scam people.

Link of this user:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=718264

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January 12, 2016, 12:47:20 AM
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The broken English is real...

Hi to all, I want explain a softly type of scam.

very careful buyers and sellers (as you can see I'm not the first if you read his trust) This user releases TRUST FALSE NEGATIVE because one wants to buy his brt proposing their offer ...

Link of this user:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=364070

This is the story and you are stupid fucking scammer! You don't make an offer you try to stole MONEY!


Simply when I try to exchange 0.20 btc (preev = 84 euro) I get as offer = 55 euro = -30 euro (so far) of REAL RATE = more than 30% of "discount" (30% not simple 3% as usually make the vast majority of sellers!)

Well I am not a newbie and CAN'T accept this type of offer, but as I can see from my trust and from MP, this user say that "he make only an offer!".

No this is not an offert but a scam, because If I buy something with I sell something with 1000% of discount price (normally 3 % of preev price)  you try to take funds and scam people.

Link of this user:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=718264



Firstly, it's not really scamming, it's considered lowballing/sharking. Here's simply asking for a discount. You can kindly decline, not leave a negative rep for a person who was asking for a discount was too large for your liking.

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