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January 21, 2017, 06:23:42 PM
Last edit: January 21, 2017, 07:56:35 PM by Moritz30
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What happened:: Today I wanted to buy a Spotify Premium Lifetime account from yjt33. The proofs looked quite legit so yeah...

Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=943726

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1755356.0
Amount Scammed: 0,01088 BTC
Payment Method: Bitcoin
Proof of Payment: https://btc.blockr.io/tx/info/8c5d03b64a6505b6fadce19e0910b6b29fbcb69b8ab012988f3235f9c859f8fa
PM/Chat Logs: https://gyazo.com/a7c2c29e239a70645f117fc3637d4542 https://gyazo.com/2ef17d8886f72d7eebfb0912bff1fbac https://gyazo.com/6a98ab92fc0dd58f156765123c202d1d https://gyazo.com/d5e5fbf1c365e29798a8d5335f913955 https://gyazo.com/843f78c583e703b4a80c87d3f7ff44d5
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Three things I want to point out:
1. I know this is a small amount of Bitcoins however I think one should just report every scammer
2. I know most of the Spotify Lifetime things are scam. However one has to say that he had quite good proofs.
3. I know it has not been 24 hours yet however removing the buyer on Skype means not wanting to deliver the product

If yjt33 doesn't reply with an appropriate answer within 24 hours he will also be added to OSDB.

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January 21, 2017, 11:48:56 PM
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There was a warning early in the thread that this likely a scammer and you would get scammed, but you still bought from them ?

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January 22, 2017, 02:16:23 AM
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I think it's your own fault. You blindly trusted the seller without even researching if it was true. There were a lot of signs already that it was a scam. One, he promises a "forever" account, there is no such thing. Two, no vouched copies were given and he refused to give one or ignored all the people asking for a vouch copy. Three, you believed those fake proofs he gave?

This is on you. Sadly in this forum, the rule is caveat emptor or buyers beware. You did not exercise precaution when you bought that account.

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January 22, 2017, 08:15:59 AM
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There was a warning early in the thread that this likely a scammer and you would get scammed, but you still bought from them ?

Didn't see that o_O

I think it's your own fault. You blindly trusted the seller without even researching if it was true. There were a lot of signs already that it was a scam. One, he promises a "forever" account, there is no such thing. Two, no vouched copies were given and he refused to give one or ignored all the people asking for a vouch copy. Three, you believed those fake proofs he gave?

This is on you. Sadly in this forum, the rule is caveat emptor or buyers beware. You did not exercise precaution when you bought that account.

The thing is that these partner accounts do exist. However of course I'm aware of that rule. There still seem to be interested people though so I wanted to write warnings
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