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January 06, 2016, 07:02:56 PM
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wrong.... in September or November 2015, I have done a deep due diligence work to make sure this user was ok, but I can see that was a big mistake.

and not you are saying that I am responsible for a scammed, knowing that so many people from this website has been scammed by the same person.

Pleaseeeee, think what you are saying.... I have already made a complain to UK Police and gave all the sources and emails and payments I have done for this person using this website....

I am sure that the admin of this website will receive an official letter from the UK Police about this case.

Will be good to know all the information about this person if you have it.

Thanks Marco

Please post the information you were able to find in September or November that showed this was a legit business.

For example do you have a business name or an individual's full name whom you were dealing with? Address - real one, not the generic office building without suite number that was on the "Contact us" page? Post that here as it might be useful to others in this situation.

If you had done due diligence what do you need from "the admin of this website", assuming you mean Bitcointalk?

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January 07, 2016, 07:07:24 PM
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the main problem is that I have done some intelligence about that user and even he had a website and positive feedback from this website as well.

The admin of this site needs to take measures and act according to the user and according to all the documentation he is able to provide.

I have been following this up since September 2014 and I have spend $600, who is the responsible for this?Huh Definitely not me, because I am using this website to engage people.

Makes me very upset and angry knowing that no one is able to control this....

Admin, please take some actions here and try to ask more information to people if they are here to do some no honest business.

Thanks Marco

Everyone wants to do their due diligence AFTER they are scammed.  Look at the thread below I started in November 2015 - That thread was on the Marketplace next to his thread for a while before it was moved here to Scam Accusations.  Maybe try doing a little search before sending btc to somebody without escrow.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1254718.0

Now look at his wallet and see when most of those BTC were received.  Either he was doing the same thing elsewhere or a lot of people like to give money away.

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May 01, 2016, 12:27:05 PM
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Address: https://blockchain.info/address/1DaYruabXne1kwqreJPgonLbDfvgQ8ACb8

200 BTC went through it since May although most of the transactions occurred in the last couple of months.

If anyone has any other of their addresses please post them here.

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