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February 02, 2013, 11:00:36 PM
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Mr H[censored]. has substantially edited the responses from staff.

The actual response reads.

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Your transfer was executed.

You are now banned from Intersango.

This is a notice of no-trespass covering all Intersango LTD properties including but not limited to intersango.com and all it's sub-domains.

Goodbye Mr H[censored].

As this means the transfer was executed on the 30th he will likely not receive the transfer until Monday.

So... why did you ban him? Did he try to steal from you or something? Or that's just how you deal with customer's complaints?

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February 02, 2013, 11:03:55 PM
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Mr H[censored]. has substantially edited the responses from staff.

The actual response reads.

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Your transfer was executed.

You are now banned from Intersango.

This is a notice of no-trespass covering all Intersango LTD properties including but not limited to intersango.com and all it's sub-domains.

Goodbye Mr H[censored].

As this means the transfer was executed on the 30th he will likely not receive the transfer until Monday.

So... why did you ban him? Did he try to steal from you or something? Or that's just how you deal with customer's complaints?

Intersango has no interest in doing business with people who threaten litigation without a good faith effort to resolve the problem first.

He opened a ticket and immediately threatened us.

That is completely unacceptable behaviour.

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February 02, 2013, 11:10:52 PM
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Intersango has no interest in doing business with people who threaten litigation without a good faith effort to resolve the problem first.

He opened a ticket and immediately threatened us.

That is completely unacceptable behaviour.

So, you're claiming that what's written in OP is not correct?

Because according to OP, he said he'd be "seeking legal advice", what's not a threat of litigation. And, also according to OP, that only happened 5 days after the ticket being opened, not "immediately".

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February 03, 2013, 12:31:49 AM
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a good faith effort to resolve the problem first.
Now THAT sounds funny coming from the intersango-gang.  Cheesy
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February 03, 2013, 06:03:09 AM
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a good faith effort to resolve the problem first.
Now THAT sounds funny coming from the intersango-gang.  Cheesy
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February 03, 2013, 02:52:38 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=123518.0

tl;dr:
Intersango explaining their scam as "you sent the funds to the wrong account" (but not until he made a forum post, 3 months later). No explanation as to why the reference code on his bank statement matches that of what intersango gave him: (bank statement, intersango (both showing da084781).
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February 20, 2014, 05:31:57 AM
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yes intersango is scamming for 2014 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://bitcoinscammers.com/intersango-com/#comment-1501

i make a btc withdraw demand for 11btc, 3 months ago !!!

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 Withdraw #58610
 Requested withdrawal of 11.56730000 BTC to
 1B1erpzRnefTEC4C9iGNH3mad7SG7UYJnX
 
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and support don't validate it, and don't give me any answer for any message......

it's scam

 
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February 24, 2014, 08:01:46 AM
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Hello,

I have a similar recent experience with this company.  I used to use them back in 2011 and executed several transactions buying BTC, all went without a hitch. 

In december 2013 though, I transferred some EUR into my Intersango account; it took 3 weeks (after filing several support requests, emailing Patrick & Co and even calling one of the available phone numbers) to get the funds into the account.  Now I'm trying to withdraw the BTC, filed a withdrawal request back in december, and have been waiting for this to happen ever since.  Again I've opened several support tickets and sent emails to them, all went without an answer.  I called Patrick (on the number someone has posted on this thread, thanks for that!) – the line was really bad (he said it was a skype number or something) so I barely understood much of what he said.  What I could pick out was some story about the site's security and such, and how futile it was from me considering legal action against the company.

I'll call him back, and come back here if I get any additional information.

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February 25, 2014, 04:02:43 PM
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Here is a copy of a message I just sent by PM to a UK resident who was asking me if it was worthwhile to report this to the police in the UK.

I thought it might be helpful. We are closing in, and I predict an arrest by late summer.

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Hi!

Yes, report it and get a crime number. You might prefer to report it by letter or email to Scotland Yard than explain virtual currency to your average PC. It doesn't matter whether or not the police understand in the UK what is going on or not, just get your letter in now.

In about a month you can request Scotland Yard forward the complaint to a particular officer in California whose contact details I will provide.

Then email it in yourself anyway.

You should be pleased to know that cops in the US are a lot more professional than those in the UK. They do tend to be a little overwhelmed though. There is an officer in charge of the Carole and Patrick Strateman case right now, but a specialist investigator will getting involved in about 3 weeks.


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And I forgot to mention - emphasize the PROPERTY aspect. This way California's seizure laws can be used to return your coins to you.


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