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January 31, 2013, 11:59:20 PM
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You could earn a lot if you manage to make Pirate pay.

Not sure who that is.
He stole ~ $1.2M of BTC from users through a ponzi scheme, and technically owes them something like $20M by now with the interest rates he advertised.  The SEC is looking into the situation, last I heard.

Oh, Trendon Shavers. Some user was offering a bunch of money for his info quite a while ago. I found everything on the guy but the user recanted on paying me. I got his ssn, address, assets, credit, everything!
Figures.  :\

Maybe someone else looking for it would pay for the same info.  I don't need it myself (wasn't involved in that situation).
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February 01, 2013, 08:35:57 AM
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Oh, Trendon Shavers. Some user was offering a bunch of money for his info quite a while ago. I found everything on the guy but the user recanted on paying me. I got his ssn, address, assets, credit, everything!
He has been tracked by eg BCB and a few others, but I'm not sure how much information they have collected.
I'm willing to offer a percentage of the retrieved coins and I think others would too, what should quickly add up to tens of thousands of dollars for whoever can make him pay.

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February 01, 2013, 01:54:11 PM
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Oh, Trendon Shavers. Some user was offering a bunch of money for his info quite a while ago. I found everything on the guy but the user recanted on paying me. I got his ssn, address, assets, credit, everything!
He has been tracked by eg BCB and a few others, but I'm not sure how much information they have collected.
I'm willing to offer a percentage of the retrieved coins and I think others would too, what should quickly add up to tens of thousands of dollars for whoever can make him pay.

Same here. You could easily make a lot of money from this, if you manage to get him pay. I'm willing to offer a generous percentage of the retrieved coins too.

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February 01, 2013, 07:09:56 PM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.
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February 02, 2013, 05:24:40 AM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.
Well, to put it into perspective, a small account like mine has over 500 BTC with him. I'm sure you'll make loads if you manage to team up with a collection agency in his area. 30% is good enough for me, and I'm sure many will agree. Let me know if you manage to do so.  Smiley

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February 02, 2013, 06:41:50 AM
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Observe my post here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=140625.0
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February 02, 2013, 09:35:26 AM
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30% is good enough for me, and I'm sure many will agree. Let me know if you manage to do so.  Smiley
Getting 70% back is obviously better than getting 0% back.

Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol.
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February 02, 2013, 05:32:25 PM
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Well, I have thousands of consumer accounts currently that we do pretty well on, some b2b accounts, but I'm hoping to expand my market to BTC too.
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February 04, 2013, 09:59:37 PM
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maybe join with btcjam as part of their verification process?
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February 04, 2013, 10:13:55 PM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.
Well, to put it into perspective, a small account like mine has over 500 BTC with him. I'm sure you'll make loads if you manage to team up with a collection agency in his area. 30% is good enough for me, and I'm sure many will agree. Let me know if you manage to do so.  Smiley

I'll second this. As a pointer, he owes me way more and I'm also just a relatively small account.

I have no use for the info though as I cannot do anything myself.
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February 04, 2013, 10:49:48 PM
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maybe join with btcjam as part of their verification process?

As part of what verification process? Sorry I'm lost.
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February 05, 2013, 02:47:53 AM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.

I'm surprised the forum admins even let this thread stand.  I tried to raise money for a PI to find a million dollar thief, and I was PM warned by Theymos and had fake accusations of violence leveled against me.

Have you donated to the forum?   Wink

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February 05, 2013, 03:02:07 AM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.

I'm surprised the forum admins even let this thread stand.  I tried to raise money for a PI to find a million dollar thief, and I was PM warned by Theymos and had fake accusations of violence leveled against me.

Have you donated to the forum?   Wink

Donated in what way? And what's wrong with my thread? Why were you warned specifically? Maybe it was in the way you tried to raise the money, not that fact that you wanted to hire a PI... idk, just a guess.
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February 05, 2013, 03:05:41 AM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.

I'm surprised the forum admins even let this thread stand.  I tried to raise money for a PI to find a million dollar thief, and I was PM warned by Theymos and had fake accusations of violence leveled against me.

Have you donated to the forum?   Wink
AFAIK you were warned for promoting violence of sorts in your thread. I don't really remember it, but generally hiring a PI to find information on a thief to pursue him legally is allowed and encouraged.

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February 05, 2013, 03:09:41 AM
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Is it only for US or you do canadian citizen too? Privacy law are much stricter here.

I need to find someone who owe me a huge electricity bill. I'm already working with a lawyer but he can't find him for me.
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February 05, 2013, 03:20:17 AM
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Is it only for US or you do canadian citizen too? Privacy law are much stricter here.

I need to find someone who owe me a huge electricity bill. I'm already working with a lawyer but he can't find him for me.

Canada is a little harder for me, but I can give it a shot.
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February 05, 2013, 03:39:01 AM
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I can provide the info for a price. But I don't think I could make him pay. He's a career scammer. It would take a lawsuit and then go after his assets post-judgment. He's not going to pay just voluntarily. Or maybe a few touch guys personally "urge" him to pay lol. I'm no where near his location though. All I can really do is get the info.

I'm surprised the forum admins even let this thread stand.  I tried to raise money for a PI to find a million dollar thief, and I was PM warned by Theymos and had fake accusations of violence leveled against me.

Have you donated to the forum?   Wink
AFAIK you were warned for promoting violence of sorts in your thread. I don't really remember it, but generally hiring a PI to find information on a thief to pursue him legally is allowed and encouraged.

Except I didn't promote any violence.  I made one joke, much like the one bolded above.    One mod took dislike and produced a made up threat.  When asked for proof by several people, the mod disappeared for a while until it died down.  The member that put the idea in that mod's head was banned shortly after for causing other problems.  <cough>Rarity<cough>

Sorry for going off topic in this thread. 

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February 05, 2013, 03:40:50 AM
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Ok... Anyway, if you're interested in my services, let me know.
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February 05, 2013, 03:52:51 AM
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maybe join with btcjam as part of their verification process?

As part of what verification process? Sorry I'm lost.

BTCJam allows people to make p2p bitcoin loans. They do some sort of identity verification on the people taking out the loans, I think the suggestion is that you could contact BTCJam and offer your services to make the identity verification more thorough and in depth?

All that is really required for BTCjam to do a thorough identity check is to ask for a social security number from the borrower and request a credit history report from the credit reporting agencies.

Introducing constraints to the economy only serves to limit what can be economical.
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February 05, 2013, 07:12:38 AM
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maybe join with btcjam as part of their verification process?

As part of what verification process? Sorry I'm lost.

BTCJam allows people to make p2p bitcoin loans. They do some sort of identity verification on the people taking out the loans, I think the suggestion is that you could contact BTCJam and offer your services to make the identity verification more thorough and in depth?

Interesting, that's a good idea!
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