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January 11, 2016, 08:10:09 PM
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01/10/2016 I ordered 2 mix at coinmixer.net.
1: https://coinmixer.net/tx/DAKWeAqOgHPPykBb
2: https://coinmixer.net/tx/bzRAVZZ8SnWQFZK5

Immediately I turned Bitcoin wallets for these services:
1: https://blockchain.info/address/1MR2TqXDjhFV6uVeGXf5jRb5dGGySJujqZ
2: https://blockchain.info/address/1DL6w1b1GMgvGJuWsAFLg3j7FHzJtYeo8Q
Total amount of 0.7 BTC.
I waited for more than 6 hours, my transaction received more than 60 evidence, but the status of the application has not changed. Remained "new".
I immediately wrote to them in support, but there was no answer.

01/11/2016 I made a translation of another translation to my forward address directly:
https://blockchain.info/address/1GnKAwBbR9N16dcUwQouJqSmN2b3grLLYW
Total amount of 0.71 BTC.

Coinmixer.net has a good reputation, but he stole my money, and does not respond to my letters.
Be careful! It scammers!
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January 12, 2016, 07:14:14 AM
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explicitly scam as i can see.
even though they received the coins, they still claimed that they did not receive anything. the script is broken AFAIK because the operators is now no longer in charge of that site.

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January 13, 2016, 03:53:27 PM
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Ha! After 2 days (01.13.2016), coinmixer painted:

Amount Received:    0.6035 BTC
Service Fee:    0.0141219 BTC (2.34%)
Send Amount:    0.5893781 BTC

But the money in the forward wallet: 1GnKAwBbR9N16dcUwQouJqSmN2b3grLLYW
did not return (((
Coinmixer where's the money?Huh!!!
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January 13, 2016, 04:09:09 PM
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Here's the ANN thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1156520.0

This guy's https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=67018 probably the owner of it and is already tagged by ecuamobi as a scammer.


And here's QS confirming that the site is scam: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1159906.0


So I don't think you're getting your funds back dude. Sorry

But if you had researched about it before sending any money to it, this could have been avoided.

 

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January 17, 2016, 06:10:12 AM
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Whoah, I could have resolved this in about thirty seconds had you:
a) contacted support
b) contact me directly (dr.michael.moriarty@yandex.com)
c) PM'd me on here

Instead, you post this accusatory thread and call me a scammer.  Yes, there was a problem with the site that day, but no funds were lost, and your funds are sitting in my wallet.  Just about everyone who sent funds during those six hours the site was down was able to recoup their funds simply by emailing support.

I heard nothing from you.

So instead, you trash my reputation ...

If you want your funds, then

1. Remove this thread
2. Email me


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January 17, 2016, 06:14:13 AM
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Whoah, I could have resolved this in about thirty seconds had you:
a) contacted support
b) contact me directly (dr.michael.moriarty@yandex.com)
c) PM'd me on here

Instead, you post this accusatory thread and call me a scammer.  Yes, there was a problem with the site that day, but no funds were lost, and your funds are sitting in my wallet.  Just about everyone who sent funds during those six hours the site was down was able to recoup their funds simply by emailing support.

I heard nothing from you.

So instead, you trash my reputation ...

If you want your funds, then

1. Remove this thread
2. Email me



sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.

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January 17, 2016, 06:16:13 AM
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Ha! After 2 days (01.13.2016), coinmixer painted:

Amount Received:    0.6035 BTC
Service Fee:    0.0141219 BTC (2.34%)
Send Amount:    0.5893781 BTC

But the money in the forward wallet: 1GnKAwBbR9N16dcUwQouJqSmN2b3grLLYW
did not return (((
Coinmixer where's the money?Huh!!!


Wow, you are a little piece of shit.  Is somebody paying you to trash my name?

I just checked and those funds were indeed sent.  So, what, you are trying to scam me?  Extort me?  What is your game, loser?

Anyone with half a brain can see the funds were sent on 1/13:
https://blockchain.info/address/1GnKAwBbR9N16dcUwQouJqSmN2b3grLLYW
1HWoNo8ize9h8eETztjAwF4NW2MAeWdeoU >       1GnKAwBbR9N16dcUwQouJqSmN2b3grLLYW 0.5893781 BTC

So, you are a little cunt trying to ruin my reputation and blackmail me?  Fuck you man.  You have no idea who you are messing with.


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January 17, 2016, 06:17:09 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.
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I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.

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January 17, 2016, 06:19:27 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.
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I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.
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I love how all those people gave you a negative trust just to get more on their sent feedback because they think they'll get on DT lmao.
I've used coinmixer before & I've had no problems with it, so I don't know why these guys are getting so mad. If they don't want to use the service they don't have to
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January 17, 2016, 06:21:45 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.
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I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.
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really, but the Michael Moriaty acknowledges about the scam for $80,000 in bitcoin.
you call me a "piece of shit" is likely violating the rule of the bitcoin forum.

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January 17, 2016, 06:23:32 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.

I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.
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really, but the Michael Moriaty acknowledges about the scam for $80,000 in bitcoin.
you call me a "piece of shit" is likely violating the rule of the bitcoin forum.
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Fix the bloody quote tags.
And if you're going to cry about being called a piece of shit, you don't belong on the Internet buddy
Also, do you have a reference link to the $80,000 scam?
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January 17, 2016, 06:29:55 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.

I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.

really, but the Michael Moriaty acknowledges about the scam for $80,000 in bitcoin.
you call me a "piece of shit" is likely violating the rule of the bitcoin forum.
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Fix the bloody quote tags.
And if you're going to cry about being called a piece of shit, you don't belong on the Internet buddy
Also, do you have a reference link to the $80,000 scam?
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713699.0
this is confirmed evidence, you can view for it.

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January 17, 2016, 06:34:40 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.

I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.
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I love how all those people gave you a negative trust just to get more on their sent feedback because they think they'll get on DT lmao.
I've used coinmixer before & I've had no problems with it, so I don't know why these guys are getting so mad. If they don't want to use the service they don't have to
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Because they are stupid lol ... and in about 10 seconds they are going to accuse you of being an 'alt' of me :-)

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January 17, 2016, 06:39:19 AM
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It doesn't even make financial sense for a mixer to scam penny-ante amounts like 1 btc, 2btc, even 10btc or 100 btc.

Mixers make their profits on REPEAT BUSINESS.

If you scam 1 guy for 1 btc, he is going to tell 10 of his friends about the scam .. and you are losing at least 11 prospective customers, along with all of his repeat business.  It literally just makes no financial sense.

Of course, my sites - along with pretty much ALL bitcoin sites - have had their share of problems due to hackers, bugs, etc.  Whenever that happens, I always reimburse my customers out of my own pocket, within reason (up to 10 btc , for example).  And in the case of lost/missing deposits, 99.9% of the time that is due to a reboot or reinstall of bitcoin core and therefore the software just not picking up the deposit .. in which case those funds almost always show up automatically the next day, or in the worst case scenario the user just submits a support ticket or contacts me by email directly, and the funds are found in my wallet and credited to the user.

At least 95% of my revenue comes from REPEAT BUSINESS, hence scamming someone for a penny-ante amount under, say, 100 btc would be like shooting myself in the foot. 

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January 17, 2016, 06:41:50 AM
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Fix the bloody quote tags.
And if you're going to cry about being called a piece of shit, you don't belong on the Internet buddy
Also, do you have a reference link to the $80,000 scam?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713699.0
this is confirmed evidence, you can view for it.


Well don't send $80k to a friggin mixer.  That is silly.

And accusing me of stealing $80k is a lot different than accusing me of stealing some penny-ante amount like .7btc or 1 btc or even 10btc or 100 btc.  Because those accusations are purely insults to my intelligence.

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January 17, 2016, 06:42:13 AM
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sorry, but moriaty, you scammed some of the people for more than $80,000 . the email has exposed your identity.
this becomes the evidence that you operate the coinmixer as a scammer.

I didn't scam anyone you piece of shit.

I love how all those people gave you a negative trust just to get more on their sent feedback because they think they'll get on DT lmao.
I've used coinmixer before & I've had no problems with it, so I don't know why these guys are getting so mad. If they don't want to use the service they don't have to
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Because they are stupid lol ... and in about 10 seconds they are going to accuse you of being an 'alt' of me :-)
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sorry, but without any confirmed evidence, you won't be able to accuse me successfully, ever.
basically you are harassing me, man. if you love pushing the innocent down, then you get yourself pushed down. FYI none of the accusation against me for being an alt of the Michael Moriarty.

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August 05, 2016, 10:55:00 AM
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I know I am a newbe, but still I would like to share my experience.
I used coinmixer.net for about a year now, sometimes they pay out slowly after 24 hours or even 48 hours, but they always did as promised.
I got nervous when I read this scam message and I just tumbled some coins and my payment got delayed, but i received my tumbled coins.
they might be selective scammers. I did about ten transactions, all under 3 btc, and all went well, except some delayed.
sorry for bad english.
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I know I am a newbe, but still I would like to share my experience.
I used coinmixer.net for about a year now, sometimes they pay out slowly after 24 hours or even 48 hours, but they always did as promised.
I got nervous when I read this scam message and I just tumbled some coins and my payment got delayed, but i received my tumbled coins.
they might be selective scammers. I did about ten transactions, all under 3 btc, and all went well, except some delayed.
sorry for bad english.
Do you have proof? You just registered today, get some proof or GTFO.
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August 06, 2016, 04:42:45 PM
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I know I am a newbe, but still I would like to share my experience.
I used coinmixer.net for about a year now, sometimes they pay out slowly after 24 hours or even 48 hours, but they always did as promised.
I got nervous when I read this scam message and I just tumbled some coins and my payment got delayed, but i received my tumbled coins.
they might be selective scammers. I did about ten transactions, all under 3 btc, and all went well, except some delayed.
sorry for bad english.

Scam or not, your testimony is worthless here as you are not trusted at all and people wil not believe you are not here just to promote coinmixer.

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December 28, 2016, 08:33:29 PM
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I've contacted coinmixer several times immediately after this transaction:
https://coinmixer.net/tx/NlIqpwTjLsYeNR2i

I've never heard a reply... thats 24 BTC missing in action...

It does say the '13th character is bad' for the return address... my web browsers problem, or theirs?

I don't know.  I do know that those coins can still be spent using the private key!

I just tried to e-mail Dr. Mike again but .... I'm just letting everyone know.. I don't know if its a scam due to the 'softwre trouble' but I haven't had a response in several months as you can see from the dates...
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