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Author Topic: SCAMMER: Cablepair (Tom) from BTCFPGA.com/bitcoinasic.net  (Read 23716 times)
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April 26, 2013, 11:26:58 AM
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I've just got a my full refund.
So Tom IS NOT a Scammer!

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Many scammers are caught by law enforcement, given judgements of large amounts of money, and forced to pay by the courts. Are they no longer scammers because they paid? Are murderers no longer murderers because they served jail time?

Don't see how this is relevant. Nobody forced Tom to refund. Seems people like a good witch hunt...

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April 26, 2013, 09:59:38 PM
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Hi @ all

I've just got a my full refund.
So Tom IS NOT a Scammer!

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Many scammers are caught by law enforcement, given judgements of large amounts of money, and forced to pay by the courts. Are they no longer scammers because they paid? Are murderers no longer murderers because they served jail time?

That depends on the society you live in. If they served their sentence they are legally free .... and Scamming money isn't like killing somebody.
You yourself would be considered a scammer (forever) then to? Wink
(You are trying to do kind of the same with the silly bet you made)

He could've run like a pirate .... but somehow he didn't. That deserves some kind of acknowledgment?!

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April 27, 2013, 12:09:57 AM
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You yourself would be considered a scammer (forever) then to? Wink
(You are trying to do kind of the same with the silly bet you made)

I never took anyone's money and my bet was a prank to fuck with people I had considered annoying at the time (I know, a horrible thing to do and extremely poorly thought out).


He could've run like a pirate .... but somehow he didn't. That deserves some kind of acknowledgment?!

Or it just means he might have been caught and realized he couldn't get away with it (death threats, etc). We don't know. I guess the previous poster asking for answers to questions is right on target.

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April 27, 2013, 01:11:13 AM
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You yourself would be considered a scammer (forever) then to? Wink
(You are trying to do kind of the same with the silly bet you made)

I never took anyone's money and my bet was a prank to fuck with people I had considered annoying at the time (I know, a horrible thing to do and extremely poorly thought out).

I know and i (until today) do not understand why someone took you serious with it..... I'm going so far to say that i think a scammers tag would not be the right "Title".... but you put that burden on yourself (OK i didn't have a stake in this bet.... maybe if i would my judgement were different?!).....

But thats derailing the thread!

AT least people are getting their money back! 

He could've run like a pirate .... but somehow he didn't. That deserves some kind of acknowledgment?!

Or it just means he might have been caught and realized he couldn't get away with it (death threats, etc). We don't know. I guess the previous poster asking for answers to questions is right on target.

You are right, it doesn't make him a better person! But he, like you or any other person around here isn't without flaws and can produce major fuckups. Same goes for criminals in general....

Actually i would like to know what happened! Tom if you are lurking (and you are) how about some public explanation?

Pirate got away really easy...
BFL gets "away" on a daily basis...
... and so on ...

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May 01, 2013, 11:59:49 PM
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I'm still waiting for my refund.

me too!

order no #230* and #2338 are not refunded yet.

since a few weeks i can´t login at btcfpga.com
so i can't even see the "Status: Refund Requested"

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May 07, 2013, 06:08:47 AM
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anyone know whatever became of cablepair and btcfpga.com?

I fool heartedly got into an email convo with the poster of this CL ad:

 http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bar/3758244601.html

last night and was sent a custom coinbase checkout link to send them 1BTC for this item... of course today there is absolutely no response to multiple emials asking about shipment.
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May 07, 2013, 06:33:44 AM
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anyone know whatever became of cablepair and btcfpga.com?

I fool heartedly got into an email convo with the poster of this CL ad:

 http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bar/3758244601.html

last night and was sent a custom coinbase checkout link to send them 1BTC for this item... of course today there is absolutely no response to multiple emials asking about shipment.

You should have reported it the second you saw it. Any craigslist ads asking for money up front (including bitcoin) is a scam.

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May 08, 2013, 12:41:07 AM
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anyone know whatever became of cablepair and btcfpga.com?

I fool heartedly got into an email convo with the poster of this CL ad:

 http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bar/3758244601.html

last night and was sent a custom coinbase checkout link to send them 1BTC for this item... of course today there is absolutely no response to multiple emials asking about shipment.

You should have reported it the second you saw it. Any craigslist ads asking for money up front (including bitcoin) is a scam.

So this tom/cablepair guy has videos of these little "mod miner quads" all over youtube. is he just making fake props and showing fake stats on the screen? I mean what the fuck? The shit that people come up with.

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May 08, 2013, 02:05:16 AM
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no the mod miner quads are real is was his asci advantures that failed

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May 08, 2013, 02:35:25 PM
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anyone know whatever became of cablepair and btcfpga.com?

I fool heartedly got into an email convo with the poster of this CL ad:

 http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bar/3758244601.html

last night and was sent a custom coinbase checkout link to send them 1BTC for this item... of course today there is absolutely no response to multiple emials asking about shipment.

You sure weren't in a conversation with cablepair, you were in a conversation with a west coast scammer who successfully scammed you.

The ModMiner Quad units are going for around $1500 or more on eBay.  Anyone selling them for $110 or so is a pure scammer.  Especially when they accept your bitcoin without meeting up and showing you the device.  You deal in cash, in person, with Craigslist.

So this tom/cablepair guy has videos of these little "mod miner quads" all over youtube. is he just making fake props and showing fake stats on the screen? I mean what the fuck? The shit that people come up with.

Nope.  The ModMiner Quads are totally real (I have a few), but they're a lot more expensive than what was listed on Craigslist.

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May 08, 2013, 05:30:58 PM
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anyone know whatever became of cablepair and btcfpga.com?

I fool heartedly got into an email convo with the poster of this CL ad:

 http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bar/3758244601.html

last night and was sent a custom coinbase checkout link to send them 1BTC for this item... of course today there is absolutely no response to multiple emials asking about shipment.

You sure weren't in a conversation with cablepair, you were in a conversation with a west coast scammer who successfully scammed you.

The ModMiner Quad units are going for around $1500 or more on eBay.  Anyone selling them for $110 or so is a pure scammer.  Especially when they accept your bitcoin without meeting up and showing you the device.  You deal in cash, in person, with Craigslist.

So this tom/cablepair guy has videos of these little "mod miner quads" all over youtube. is he just making fake props and showing fake stats on the screen? I mean what the fuck? The shit that people come up with.

Nope.  The ModMiner Quads are totally real (I have a few), but they're a lot more expensive than what was listed on Craigslist.

Thanks for the info... I guess I learned my lesson the hard way.
My apologies to tom/cablepair for jumping the gun on my assumptions; was going off of reviews I'd seen here and other places.
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June 10, 2013, 10:43:19 AM
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so is it official this guy is a scam? seems one person got theirs but did anyone else thru this Craigslist post?
which guy
cablepair of this forum is not the craiglist person of the previous posting
this thread was about ASIC's
if you have an issue make a new post in a new thread and delete this message

In the Beginning there was CPU , then GPU , then FPGA then ASIC, what next I hear to ask ....

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June 11, 2013, 03:18:35 PM
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Just wanted to let you guys know that Tom still owes me $580 for order number 1841 on btcfpga, paid in bitcoin. Never got a response when requesting refund earlier this year. Are some people receiving refunds now? How can I contact Tom?

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