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December 20, 2016, 12:34:05 PM
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Hello everyone, a week ago i just withdraw 60k$ to my bank account from btc-e, and after that loaded my account with another 100k$ i joined btc-e since bitfinex has been hacked.. anyway they banned my account with no real reason, and they dont give me any real reason and sometimes takes 3-4 days to get reply from them! I worry about my coins.. and i even can't trade my coins and Ethereum fall down.. thats sucks what should I do ?!
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December 20, 2016, 12:37:06 PM
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If you are sure that you didn't break any of their rules (I haven't used them personally) and everything you are doing is legit then I guess you should continue to contact them hoping for an answer as there isn't anything else to do at this point . In the other hand , If you really got scammed (for no reason) then you should post some proof so users stop using their services .

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December 20, 2016, 12:51:02 PM
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[...]If you really got scammed (for no reason) then you should post some proof so users stop using their services .

And please try to use the proper Scam Report Format.

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December 20, 2016, 01:13:43 PM
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what i can break here? i just trading.. will wait for reply before going mad..
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December 20, 2016, 01:52:40 PM
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Do you have any proof? Doesn't seem very believable like this mate..
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December 20, 2016, 01:54:16 PM
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what i can break here? i just trading.. will wait for reply before going mad..

Why did you shout out loud here before waiting, then???
We were here to help, but then you are now saying that you are interested in waiting...
Nobody is asking you to go "mad" or whatever on them, it's just that you should file up Scam Accusation Report in order to let the users be with you to investigate your case, or else you will wait before the robbers get out with your money and leave you nothing in order to be able to punish them???

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December 20, 2016, 07:10:29 PM
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That is a massive amount of money to be moving to an exchange account and they probably are concerned about laundering of funds with this movement.
Contact them and ask why specifically they limited access to your account.

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December 21, 2016, 11:47:33 PM
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Well you've got some nerve making a public post thats for sure. BTC-E support pointed me to this thread, most likely my support ticket is the reason for your account being frozen. After you hacked me in september I obviouysly kept an eye on where the stolen Ethereum from my hacked Poloniex account went and when I saw you moved them to BTC-E I filed a support ticket. For those interested you can see his deposit to BTC-E here: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x65ddee5aa4070093a2d1a10dfd9a94603bd017a95101a458a110099c9cb3fbe6

If you trace back where the Ethereum for that deposit came from you'l find various sources (most likely all stolen crypto) among them a withdrawal from Poloniex made by the hacker when he emptied my Poloniex account after hacking my computer. Poloniex will verify my story.

Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.

I also would like to know where my bitcoins are while we're on the topic of you explaining stuff.
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December 22, 2016, 12:07:30 AM
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Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.
So apparently OP hacked you and tried to move the hacked funds via BTC-e? If this is true, OP is truly a very dumb 'hacker'. In case of this being the truth, it's good to see some money actually being recovered due to the transparent nature of blockchains. I'll keep an eye out for further story development.




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December 23, 2016, 01:06:58 PM
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100k $ ??
damn its not joke at all

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December 23, 2016, 04:45:53 PM
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@OP please add some proof for accusation, I am really interested to see it.
Bitcoin price is surging high so it is always advisable to keep bitcoins safely with you not on exchanges.
@redemption90 I am really sorry for your loss , but the accusation is still valid. In crypto there is hacking everywhere.
Please show some proof.


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December 23, 2016, 07:25:20 PM
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Highly doubt OP will ever login again let alone post here. I think his abstinence from replying tells enough, must be awkward being caught red handed.
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December 24, 2016, 06:52:36 AM
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Well you've got some nerve making a public post thats for sure. BTC-E support pointed me to this thread, most likely my support ticket is the reason for your account being frozen. After you hacked me in september I obviouysly kept an eye on where the stolen Ethereum from my hacked Poloniex account went and when I saw you moved them to BTC-E I filed a support ticket. For those interested you can see his deposit to BTC-E here: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x65ddee5aa4070093a2d1a10dfd9a94603bd017a95101a458a110099c9cb3fbe6

If you trace back where the Ethereum for that deposit came from you'l find various sources (most likely all stolen crypto) among them a withdrawal from Poloniex made by the hacker when he emptied my Poloniex account after hacking my computer. Poloniex will verify my story.

Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.

I also would like to know where my bitcoins are while we're on the topic of you explaining stuff.
Woah. That's quite the twist.
If this is really the case, then good thing BTC-e froze his account. I hope they'll be able to help you get back your funds. By the way, what else did BTC-e say, aside from pointing you to this thread?

@OP, care to comment about this? Don't go MIA now.


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December 24, 2016, 08:02:38 AM
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Well you've got some nerve making a public post thats for sure. BTC-E support pointed me to this thread, most likely my support ticket is the reason for your account being frozen. After you hacked me in september I obviouysly kept an eye on where the stolen Ethereum from my hacked Poloniex account went and when I saw you moved them to BTC-E I filed a support ticket. For those interested you can see his deposit to BTC-E here: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x65ddee5aa4070093a2d1a10dfd9a94603bd017a95101a458a110099c9cb3fbe6

If you trace back where the Ethereum for that deposit came from you'l find various sources (most likely all stolen crypto) among them a withdrawal from Poloniex made by the hacker when he emptied my Poloniex account after hacking my computer. Poloniex will verify my story.

Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.

I also would like to know where my bitcoins are while we're on the topic of you explaining stuff.
Woah. That's quite the twist.
If this is really the case, then good thing BTC-e froze his account. I hope they'll be able to help you get back your funds. By the way, what else did BTC-e say, aside from pointing you to this thread?

@OP, care to comment about this? Don't go MIA now.
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December 24, 2016, 08:53:38 AM
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Well you've got some nerve making a public post thats for sure. BTC-E support pointed me to this thread, most likely my support ticket is the reason for your account being frozen. After you hacked me in september I obviouysly kept an eye on where the stolen Ethereum from my hacked Poloniex account went and when I saw you moved them to BTC-E I filed a support ticket. For those interested you can see his deposit to BTC-E here: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x65ddee5aa4070093a2d1a10dfd9a94603bd017a95101a458a110099c9cb3fbe6

If you trace back where the Ethereum for that deposit came from you'l find various sources (most likely all stolen crypto) among them a withdrawal from Poloniex made by the hacker when he emptied my Poloniex account after hacking my computer. Poloniex will verify my story.

Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.

I also would like to know where my bitcoins are while we're on the topic of you explaining stuff.
Woah. That's quite the twist.
If this is really the case, then good thing BTC-e froze his account. I hope they'll be able to help you get back your funds. By the way, what else did BTC-e say, aside from pointing you to this thread?

@OP, care to comment about this? Don't go MIA now.
Hello

We received a request from the police and are now conducting an investigation into the fraud.

support btc-e.com
Very good. I take it that once your investigation proves that those funds were indeed stolen from hacked accounts,
you'll be sending back those funds to the addresses they came from? Or would the owners of those accounts have to contact you individually as well as provide some kinds of proof/verification?

Sorry for my questions. It's just that I'm interested to know how you're gonna handle those funds that you're currently holding?
Keep up the great support guys.  Cheesy


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December 24, 2016, 01:39:04 PM
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Kudos to BTC-e!

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December 26, 2016, 10:30:46 PM
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Kudos to BTC-e!

I support this too.
I also have had no real problems with BTC-e ever.
I have not used the place for ages though.

WOW this is popcorn story time material here LOL  Cheesy

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January 06, 2017, 01:48:04 PM
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Well you've got some nerve making a public post thats for sure. BTC-E support pointed me to this thread, most likely my support ticket is the reason for your account being frozen. After you hacked me in september I obviouysly kept an eye on where the stolen Ethereum from my hacked Poloniex account went and when I saw you moved them to BTC-E I filed a support ticket. For those interested you can see his deposit to BTC-E here: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x65ddee5aa4070093a2d1a10dfd9a94603bd017a95101a458a110099c9cb3fbe6

If you trace back where the Ethereum for that deposit came from you'l find various sources (most likely all stolen crypto) among them a withdrawal from Poloniex made by the hacker when he emptied my Poloniex account after hacking my computer. Poloniex will verify my story.

Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.

I also would like to know where my bitcoins are while we're on the topic of you explaining stuff.

Can I ask how your account was hacked? Did you access a malicious website created by the scammer? Do you still remember the URL?

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January 06, 2017, 02:48:39 PM
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Well you've got some nerve making a public post thats for sure. BTC-E support pointed me to this thread, most likely my support ticket is the reason for your account being frozen. After you hacked me in september I obviouysly kept an eye on where the stolen Ethereum from my hacked Poloniex account went and when I saw you moved them to BTC-E I filed a support ticket. For those interested you can see his deposit to BTC-E here: https://etherscan.io/tx/0x65ddee5aa4070093a2d1a10dfd9a94603bd017a95101a458a110099c9cb3fbe6

If you trace back where the Ethereum for that deposit came from you'l find various sources (most likely all stolen crypto) among them a withdrawal from Poloniex made by the hacker when he emptied my Poloniex account after hacking my computer. Poloniex will verify my story.

Care to explain how you came across all this Ethereum? You've got some serioius explaining to do.

I also would like to know where my bitcoins are while we're on the topic of you explaining stuff.

Can I ask how your account was hacked? Did you access a malicious website created by the scammer? Do you still remember the URL?
It's only fake scam accusation. OP account was created only to make this accusation and he probably won't come back to bitcointalk. And he even not provided any proofs about locking his account. I'm sure he don't have such big amount of money.

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January 07, 2017, 01:52:04 AM
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If he is one of the hacker ,tbh he really got some balls of steel to post here in public forum. Or he just a troller want some attention?
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