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April 08, 2016, 01:05:53 AM
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Are you sure you didn't enter the password on a fake page designed to look like bitcointalk.org?

If not, this is the risk of buying accounts. Expect it to keep happening even if you secure your account next time. Hacked accounts are sometimes given back or ruined with negative trust.
i know how phising site work, so i am sure 100% never logging in from phising site.
i am sure the thief was the original owner as i stated above .
first post when the account get hacked are on fairlay thread which it was similar post on first 100 post ( frequently post on fairlay thread )
so i assume the thief was the original owner.

What was the e-mail address in the profile when you purchased the account? If it was the fake one @bitcointalk.org (the only semi-plausible reason that I can think of for not changing it) then the original owner could not have regained access to the account. So what was it?
it was @bitcointalk.org yeah i am sure , and looks like between remember and forgot i change the email to ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com . think that i can create gmail account with ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com and unfortunately it's already taken. this maybe the reason password could recover via ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com.

what can i do now ? Sad

Nothing. You basically gifted the account.
okay , i thought you would like to help.

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April 08, 2016, 01:08:31 AM
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Are you sure you didn't enter the password on a fake page designed to look like bitcointalk.org?

If not, this is the risk of buying accounts. Expect it to keep happening even if you secure your account next time. Hacked accounts are sometimes given back or ruined with negative trust.
i know how phising site work, so i am sure 100% never logging in from phising site.
i am sure the thief was the original owner as i stated above .
first post when the account get hacked are on fairlay thread which it was similar post on first 100 post ( frequently post on fairlay thread )
so i assume the thief was the original owner.

What was the e-mail address in the profile when you purchased the account? If it was the fake one @bitcointalk.org (the only semi-plausible reason that I can think of for not changing it) then the original owner could not have regained access to the account. So what was it?
it was @bitcointalk.org yeah i am sure , and looks like between remember and forgot i change the email to ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com . think that i can create gmail account with ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com and unfortunately it's already taken. this maybe the reason password could recover via ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com.

what can i do now ? Sad

Nothing. You basically gifted the account.
okay , i thought you would like to help.

I don't think anyone can help at this point.

Sorry, looks like that account is gone for good unless whoever has it hands it over.
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April 08, 2016, 01:23:40 AM
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Are you sure you didn't enter the password on a fake page designed to look like bitcointalk.org?

If not, this is the risk of buying accounts. Expect it to keep happening even if you secure your account next time. Hacked accounts are sometimes given back or ruined with negative trust.
i know how phising site work, so i am sure 100% never logging in from phising site.
i am sure the thief was the original owner as i stated above .
first post when the account get hacked are on fairlay thread which it was similar post on first 100 post ( frequently post on fairlay thread )
so i assume the thief was the original owner.

What was the e-mail address in the profile when you purchased the account? If it was the fake one @bitcointalk.org (the only semi-plausible reason that I can think of for not changing it) then the original owner could not have regained access to the account. So what was it?
it was @bitcointalk.org yeah i am sure , and looks like between remember and forgot i change the email to ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com . think that i can create gmail account with ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com and unfortunately it's already taken. this maybe the reason password could recover via ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com.

what can i do now ? Sad

Nothing. You basically gifted the account.
okay , i thought you would like to help.

I don't think anyone can help at this point.

Sorry, looks like that account is gone for good unless whoever has it hands it over.
even i have sign message from quoted unedited staked address?

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April 08, 2016, 01:39:15 AM
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Are you sure you didn't enter the password on a fake page designed to look like bitcointalk.org?

If not, this is the risk of buying accounts. Expect it to keep happening even if you secure your account next time. Hacked accounts are sometimes given back or ruined with negative trust.
i know how phising site work, so i am sure 100% never logging in from phising site.
i am sure the thief was the original owner as i stated above .
first post when the account get hacked are on fairlay thread which it was similar post on first 100 post ( frequently post on fairlay thread )
so i assume the thief was the original owner.

What was the e-mail address in the profile when you purchased the account? If it was the fake one @bitcointalk.org (the only semi-plausible reason that I can think of for not changing it) then the original owner could not have regained access to the account. So what was it?
it was @bitcointalk.org yeah i am sure , and looks like between remember and forgot i change the email to ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com . think that i can create gmail account with ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com and unfortunately it's already taken. this maybe the reason password could recover via ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com.

what can i do now ? Sad

Nothing. You basically gifted the account.
okay , i thought you would like to help.

I don't think anyone can help at this point.

Sorry, looks like that account is gone for good unless whoever has it hands it over.
even i have sign message from quoted unedited staked address?

Doubt it will do any good. Your best chance of getting the account back would be making a deal with whoever has it now.
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April 08, 2016, 01:55:26 AM
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even i have sign message from quoted unedited staked address?

That's the message you got with the purchase, right?

You can try sending a PM to theymos but I think he will require to sign a new message.

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April 08, 2016, 01:57:10 AM
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even i have sign message from quoted unedited staked address?

That's the message you got with the purchase, right?

You can try sending a PM to theymos but I think he will require to sign a new message.

I know account selling it allowed and all, but there's a reason for that. I just don't see theymos taking time out of his day to get involved in these type of sales.
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April 08, 2016, 01:59:33 AM
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even i have sign message from quoted unedited staked address?

That's the message you got with the purchase, right?

You can try sending a PM to theymos but I think he will require to sign a new message.
Thanks!
i've pm theymos with newest message.

i hope he could take time to read my pm.

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April 09, 2016, 09:17:54 AM
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I am the original owner of the account...
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April 09, 2016, 09:49:44 AM
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I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.
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April 09, 2016, 02:11:43 PM
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I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...
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April 09, 2016, 02:25:54 PM
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I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

acctseller please confirm here and shorena if you could help me

here are my proof that i bought ctlaltdefeat account from acctseller


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April 09, 2016, 03:11:17 PM
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Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?
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April 09, 2016, 03:25:39 PM
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Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?

Pretend to be more trusted than you are, i.e. scam.

Make some pennies in sig campaigns, i.e. spam.

I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

So you're saying that ActSeller, Aleister Crowley, and possibly shorena are lying? And if they are why did you need to reset the password if the account had not been sold?

GAWSOME class action
(Homero Garza throws Stuart Fraser under the bus)
ION: XPY successor
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April 09, 2016, 03:31:56 PM
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Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?

Pretend to be more trusted than you are, i.e. scam.

Make some pennies in sig campaigns, i.e. spam.

I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

So you're saying that ActSeller, Aleister Crowley, and possibly shorena are lying? And if they are why did you need to reset the password if the account had not been sold?

No, I definitely did not have access to the account for a few months and had a relative lack of interest in using this website during this time (as well as being busy).
It seems quite likely that my account was indeed hacked and sold. As I'm sure we're all aware, theymos and bitcointalk don't exactly have a pristine reputation when it comes to safeguarding from exploits and leaking user data.
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April 09, 2016, 03:43:36 PM
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Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?

Pretend to be more trusted than you are, i.e. scam.

Make some pennies in sig campaigns, i.e. spam.

I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

So you're saying that ActSeller, Aleister Crowley, and possibly shorena are lying? And if they are why did you need to reset the password if the account had not been sold?

No, I definitely did not have access to the account for a few months and had a relative lack of interest in using this website during this time (as well as being busy).
It seems quite likely that my account was indeed hacked and sold. As I'm sure we're all aware, theymos and bitcointalk don't exactly have a pristine reputation when it comes to safeguarding from exploits and leaking user data.

so is this your email ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com ?

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April 09, 2016, 03:54:07 PM
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Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?

Pretend to be more trusted than you are, i.e. scam.

Make some pennies in sig campaigns, i.e. spam.

I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

So you're saying that ActSeller, Aleister Crowley, and possibly shorena are lying? And if they are why did you need to reset the password if the account had not been sold?

No, I definitely did not have access to the account for a few months and had a relative lack of interest in using this website during this time (as well as being busy).
It seems quite likely that my account was indeed hacked and sold. As I'm sure we're all aware, theymos and bitcointalk don't exactly have a pristine reputation when it comes to safeguarding from exploits and leaking user data.

Let's start with the basics. Can you post a signed message?

Stop blaming the forum, this has nothing to do with that.

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April 09, 2016, 05:51:16 PM
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Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?

Pretend to be more trusted than you are, i.e. scam.

Make some pennies in sig campaigns, i.e. spam.

I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

So you're saying that ActSeller, Aleister Crowley, and possibly shorena are lying? And if they are why did you need to reset the password if the account had not been sold?

No, I definitely did not have access to the account for a few months and had a relative lack of interest in using this website during this time (as well as being busy).
It seems quite likely that my account was indeed hacked and sold. As I'm sure we're all aware, theymos and bitcointalk don't exactly have a pristine reputation when it comes to safeguarding from exploits and leaking user data.

so is this your email ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com ?

The email ctlaltdefeat@yahoo.com is mine, which is what the account is registered with. I don't know where you came up with ctlaltdefeat@gmail.com. Earlier on you mentioned ctlaltdefeat@bitcointalk.org. Are you just making up email addresses?

Call me stupid if ya like, whats the point in buying an account here? I mean, its free to start one right? What am I missing?

Pretend to be more trusted than you are, i.e. scam.

Make some pennies in sig campaigns, i.e. spam.

I am the original owner of the account...
Interesting , that all people are claiming about the same.

No, there's a single person (likely Russian from his post history on my account) claiming to have bought the account.
Meanwhile, I have access to the username "ctlaltdefeat" on a large number of sites for a long time now, as well as obviously having access to the email registered to the account in order to reset the password...

So you're saying that ActSeller, Aleister Crowley, and possibly shorena are lying? And if they are why did you need to reset the password if the account had not been sold?

No, I definitely did not have access to the account for a few months and had a relative lack of interest in using this website during this time (as well as being busy).
It seems quite likely that my account was indeed hacked and sold. As I'm sure we're all aware, theymos and bitcointalk don't exactly have a pristine reputation when it comes to safeguarding from exploits and leaking user data.

Let's start with the basics. Can you post a signed message?

Stop blaming the forum, this has nothing to do with that.

A signed message with what key? What are you talking about?

Are you not familiar with the many instances of exposed and leak accounts, and the various incompentent/shoddy practices of theymos? You must be new here. I suggest you read up, maybe then you will "allow" me to assign blame to your precious forum.
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A signed message with what key? What are you talking about?


I think You Probably don't know anything about Digital signature , anyways I leave it you to get explained from other members.
Can you let me know , if your account was not for sale then why you were building Potential , i mean why posting once or twice in 14 days interval?

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April 09, 2016, 06:13:07 PM
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@ctlaltdefeat
how could you reset via email?
the account was belong to me in 31 january till you reset the password in April 06.
thing that make me curious is, why you comeback here after lost account for couple months?
also why you did not open accussation like this when your account lost?

i need actseller confirmation about this, have pm'ed him but got nothing yet.


anyway i have updated op with my sign message.

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April 09, 2016, 06:37:27 PM
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A signed message with what key? What are you talking about?

With a Bitcoin address that you had previously staked or otherwise posted.

How to:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990345.0


Are you not familiar with the many instances of exposed and leak accounts, and the various incompentent/shoddy practices of theymos? You must be new here. I suggest you read up, maybe then you will "allow" me to assign blame to your precious forum.

Yes, I'm a total noob but still capable of choosing a unique and sufficiently complex password.

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