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April 10, 2013, 11:52:07 AM
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Hi folks,

Sometime last year my account was used to borrow a few BTC from someone and it was never paid back.

I can make a pretty strong case that it wasn't me and that another account of mine (@sjalq on Twitter) which used the same username and password (yes, yes I'm not a security genius like everyone else on here) was hacked about the same time.

How do I go about clearing my name?


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April 10, 2013, 11:53:51 AM
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Pay the debts. You are responsible for your own account security.
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Pay 15.5 BTC to znort987.

(Or maybe ask him to forgive it / work out something else)
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April 10, 2013, 12:09:41 PM
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Pm theymos with your proof. I don't know what you could do to prove it wasn't you though, so I wouldn't hold out hope.

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April 10, 2013, 12:10:30 PM
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No, I am not responsible for the debts incurred on a discussion forum. I did not join here to loan money.

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April 10, 2013, 12:11:00 PM
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Thanks BadBear.

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April 12, 2013, 12:52:57 AM
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Hi folks,

Sometime last year my account was used to borrow a few BTC from someone and it was never paid back.

I can make a pretty strong case that it wasn't me and that another account of mine (@sjalq on Twitter) which used the same username and password (yes, yes I'm not a security genius like everyone else on here) was hacked about the same time.

How do I go about clearing my name?



What I'm wondering is why this proof wasn't shown at the time this all occurred? If someone used my credibility to draw money out of any kind I'd be pretty fucking hardcore about my paper trail.

I haven't looked into the history of this sour grape. However I'm sure the lender had taken more info then just an email contact and a message board handshake. Atleast one would hope.

My advise on this matter for starters is to find out if he did. Find a moderator and have that person if he or she is willing compare notes.

The problem I see however is the time It's taken you to decide you want to get "de-scammed". The fact this has been stewing so long does infact make you responseable. Hell a bank or credit card issuer only gives you 30-90 days to protest something. That's about long enough to recover steps and decide yourself "Hey this is fraud and I'm being fucked with".

I can't really feel sorry for you. It's not PHD rocket physics to know not to have one key for everything. The one I feel sorry for is the investor. ether way he's fucked out his crypto.

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April 12, 2013, 04:02:22 AM
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Why the hell do you want to protect a user account with only 369 posts on it? Come back fresh with a different user name.

My bad! You need to protect your twitter account with the 56 followers and 249 tweets: https://twitter.com/sjalq

Somebody fax me the memo showing at what year scammers turned stupid and lazy.

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