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September 04, 2016, 12:21:40 PM
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Greetings, I regret to inform you that at this moment, BTCJam is being hacked. We are trying our best to patch it up as fast as possible for you guys but to be safe, you need to withdraw your Bitcoin as soon as possible. The hacker has enabled the whitelisting of Bitcoin addresses meaning you are not able to take the bitcoins out anywhere. We have added our own backup emergency address for this issue.

1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z

So, ALERT: Get on BTCJam, login and withdraw your bitcoin as soon as you can to
1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z
PM me with your username and I'll resend it to an address of your choice.

This will most likely be fixed in 1-2 days. Transparency is the best option.

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September 04, 2016, 12:22:35 PM
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well damn... didn't see that coming.

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for those who don't understand. I'd suggest waiting for OP to prove that he's the real owner before sending anything to that newly generated address.

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September 04, 2016, 12:29:32 PM
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Looks like the total losses so far are 2.35927 BTC.

The hacker shouldn't get too far though.

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September 04, 2016, 01:13:38 PM
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haha nice try to scam. maybe try to fool your mother, you have high chance of success on that but not here. low life like you shouldn't exist in the first place.

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September 04, 2016, 01:31:48 PM
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haha nice try to scam. maybe try to fool your mother, you have high chance of success on that but not here. low life like you shouldn't exist in the first place.
And he has wrong made the thread too, should he make the thread on discussion services not at services announcement. And I think there are not people who believe in this thread because there are valid support in btcjam.
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September 04, 2016, 04:01:26 PM
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It's sound as cheater, dont sent any btc to that address. If you real btcjam owner, put that on your home page.
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September 04, 2016, 05:36:53 PM
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btc jam already stole my money  Shocked
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September 04, 2016, 06:05:55 PM
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lol
scammers havent creativity Cheesy and scam type isnt work.. lol anyway i think is hacked account for scam some satoshi

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September 05, 2016, 06:52:03 AM
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Greetings, I regret to inform you that at this moment, BTCJam is being hacked. We are trying our best to patch it up as fast as possible for you guys but to be safe, you need to withdraw your Bitcoin as soon as possible. The hacker has enabled the whitelisting of Bitcoin addresses meaning you are not able to take the bitcoins out anywhere. We have added our own backup emergency address for this issue.

1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z

So, ALERT: Get on BTCJam, login and withdraw your bitcoin as soon as you can to
1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z
PM me with your username and I'll resend it to an address of your choice.

This will most likely be fixed in 1-2 days. Transparency is the best option.


Lol! are you sure? Do you think people will believe for just a thread post claiming that btcjam is hack? What a fool excuse, can you show some proofs that your claim is truly existing? Because if you are just yelling here and just do some post that you are hack well provably people will not listen for this lies, just show some docu proofs or anything leads that hacking issue is really happens on btcjam, so people would find it legit and not an inside job.


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September 05, 2016, 05:00:59 PM
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There was a user who wrote on scam accusations and on last update the OP was 100% scamer and he give us the link of proof, so be ware to OP.  For more details can be checked at here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1607954.0
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September 05, 2016, 05:09:37 PM
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Lol if they were hacked why would we be sending funds to your address...? That was a funny scam attempt. It was an ok try but you need to fix a lot of details next time dipshit Cheesy you're bad at scamming. You already have negative trust rofl.














 

 

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Some stupid fucking idiots in bitcoin land, I only come on here now for pure entertainment

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September 06, 2016, 01:16:41 AM
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well damn... didn't see that coming.

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for those who don't understand. I'd suggest waiting for OP to prove that he's the real owner before sending anything to that newly generated address.

doesn't matter if he is the real owner or not, even if he is, why i would withdraw my funds in btcjam and send him to his address if i can just withdraw it directly to my address right?

@OP shame on you. don't you have decent job to feed your family?


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September 06, 2016, 07:55:32 AM
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Oh well, anyone try to do fraudsters in the old way, sorry fella that way can not work anymore because all of us here have begun to be careful when there is bad news.

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September 06, 2016, 08:29:27 AM
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its cool - its cool

that btc address goes to an escrow account held in Nigeria

which, for anyone that doesn't know, is kind of like the Switzerland of Africa

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September 06, 2016, 10:36:00 AM
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Greetings, I regret to inform you that at this moment, BTCJam is being hacked. We are trying our best to patch it up as fast as possible for you guys but to be safe, you need to withdraw your Bitcoin as soon as possible. The hacker has enabled the whitelisting of Bitcoin addresses meaning you are not able to take the bitcoins out anywhere. We have added our own backup emergency address for this issue.

1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z

So, ALERT: Get on BTCJam, login and withdraw your bitcoin as soon as you can to
1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z
PM me with your username and I'll resend it to an address of your choice.

This will most likely be fixed in 1-2 days. Transparency is the best option.

Nice try dude, no one would fall for  that scam attempt and its too obvious after all and i saw the newly generated address doesnt have  a fund even a single cent means  no  one believes you. haha. Why we should   transfer our funds on that address if we can  directly withdraw to our accounts. Are you dumb?






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September 06, 2016, 10:53:09 AM
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Greetings, I regret to inform you that at this moment, BTCJam is being hacked. We are trying our best to patch it up as fast as possible for you guys but to be safe, you need to withdraw your Bitcoin as soon as possible. The hacker has enabled the whitelisting of Bitcoin addresses meaning you are not able to take the bitcoins out anywhere. We have added our own backup emergency address for this issue.

1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z

So, ALERT: Get on BTCJam, login and withdraw your bitcoin as soon as you can to
1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z
PM me with your username and I'll resend it to an address of your choice.

This will most likely be fixed in 1-2 days. Transparency is the best option.

Nice try dude, no one would fall for  that scam attempt and its too obvious after all and i saw the newly generated address doesnt have  a fund even a single cent means  no  one believes you. haha. Why we should   transfer our funds on that address if we can  directly withdraw to our accounts. Are you dumb?

There was no record of the transaction at the address the one proof smart users of this forum and not gullible  Cheesy
OP should look for a more reasonable do not like this look very stupid. Btw there has been no official confirmation of the account owner that this account really hacked ?

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September 06, 2016, 03:03:06 PM
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Greetings, I regret to inform you that at this moment, BTCJam is being hacked. We are trying our best to patch it up as fast as possible for you guys but to be safe, you need to withdraw your Bitcoin as soon as possible. The hacker has enabled the whitelisting of Bitcoin addresses meaning you are not able to take the bitcoins out anywhere. We have added our own backup emergency address for this issue.

1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z

So, ALERT: Get on BTCJam, login and withdraw your bitcoin as soon as you can to
1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z
PM me with your username and I'll resend it to an address of your choice.

This will most likely be fixed in 1-2 days. Transparency is the best option.

I Dont want to believe someone will fall for this. And actually transfer to your addresss. Anyway who can say someone somewhere can actually fall for it who knows... But OP you deserve as much as possible red trust for this... My opinion though...



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September 14, 2016, 08:15:55 PM
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Greetings, I regret to inform you that at this moment, BTCJam is being hacked. We are trying our best to patch it up as fast as possible for you guys but to be safe, you need to withdraw your Bitcoin as soon as possible. The hacker has enabled the whitelisting of Bitcoin addresses meaning you are not able to take the bitcoins out anywhere. We have added our own backup emergency address for this issue.

1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z

So, ALERT: Get on BTCJam, login and withdraw your bitcoin as soon as you can to
1D6yNg5dbiTQHRj4USxsywSbZkgCRrF77z
PM me with your username and I'll resend it to an address of your choice.

This will most likely be fixed in 1-2 days. Transparency is the best option.

I Dont want to believe someone will fall for this. And actually transfer to your addresss. Anyway who can say someone somewhere can actually fall for it who knows... But OP you deserve as much as possible red trust for this... My opinion though...

Sad part is the scammer is still claiming that his account was hacked and posted this... Lying piece of bitcoin garbage.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=112447.msg16250641#msg16250641

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September 14, 2016, 08:18:57 PM
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Don't send anything to that address most likely account was hacked or OP trying to scam.
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