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February 22, 2017, 09:14:30 AM
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Hello,
i sell my account for thebitcoincasino.
The Reason: Today i will buy me a new laptop. (The withdrawals takes a few days)
I can't wait.  Cheesy

I have played for hours to reach this amount. Here is the collaterial: http://imgur.com/a/IhsdF (imgur.com/a/IhsdF)
You can change the password when you have the account.
Then the auction ends, i send the winner a PM.


Auction: Casino-Account
Time: Today 13:30
Starting Bid 6.5 BTC

We can use an escrow.

Best Regards,
julempx
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February 22, 2017, 09:35:44 AM
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EDIT: Buy now: 8 BTC
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February 22, 2017, 10:33:48 AM
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EDIT²: I expand the time. Time: 22.02.17 11:59 PM (EU: 23:59) Smiley
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February 22, 2017, 10:52:23 AM
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Such an obvious scam lol.. Why would you sell a casino account with 12BTC of legit money for 6,5BTC just to get your laptop a few days earlier? Funny scammers
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February 22, 2017, 11:40:28 AM
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Ok,
because i need this fast and the withdraw take a few days.  Undecided

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February 22, 2017, 12:43:22 PM
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EDIT³: You get your money back, when something doesn't works.
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February 22, 2017, 01:20:24 PM
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So you are willing to lose 6000$ just to save a FEW DAYS on getting your laptop. Really hard to believe, because even the best gaming laptops cost around 2000$. So if you sold your account for 6,5btc and bought the laptop for 2000$, you would be paying 8000$ for it in total. NOBODY is this stupid!
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February 22, 2017, 02:31:16 PM
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I know but i need the laptop really fast...
And the withdrawal takes 7 days. (experience)
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February 22, 2017, 03:40:01 PM
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I know but i need the laptop really fast...
And the withdrawal takes 7 days. (experience)

I'll bid 6.5 BTC, assuming you go first and I am able to verify Bitcoin-Casino will honor the withdrawal.
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February 22, 2017, 07:07:43 PM
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This 0x0010 user.
aka robertt and want0sell

just look at what he is saying.
their all filthy scammers
do not fall this l0ser's trick.
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February 22, 2017, 07:15:50 PM
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I've requested 3 payments from the casino.

http://imgur.com/a/98DFS

2 was payed.
1 was cancelled.

Delivery:I post a link with a encrypted zip. I send the passwort with PN.
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February 22, 2017, 07:19:20 PM
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Or we can use an escrow.
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February 22, 2017, 11:58:46 PM
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Marking with red trust. Trying to get me to pay first + wants to send the password in a Zip file (I will pass on your virus). My bid was clearly contingent on you going first.
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February 23, 2017, 09:26:56 AM
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Escrow: https://www.pastecoin.com/9b7RvPJjQLxz

(No, i don't try to scam you or other people. Because i have no security when i give you the account first.)

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February 23, 2017, 02:28:18 PM
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Marking with red trust. Trying to get me to pay first + wants to send the password in a Zip file (I will pass on your virus). My bid was clearly contingent on you going first.
What maybe you not to believe this was the stated users as their alts? Undecided

Sending by zip file virus is his trademark to get access to your computer and copy a wallet address of his/0x0100 her in this case's wallet. Then drain your wallet dry.

Why does anybody take this scam attempt seriously is just beyond me really. Angry
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February 23, 2017, 02:43:25 PM
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Marking with red trust. Trying to get me to pay first + wants to send the password in a Zip file (I will pass on your virus). My bid was clearly contingent on you going first.
What maybe you not to believe this was the stated users as their alts? Undecided

Sending by zip file virus is his trademark to get access to your computer and copy a wallet address of his/0x0100 her in this case's wallet. Then drain your wallet dry.

Why does anybody take this scam attempt seriously is just beyond me really. Angry

Figured he would try and pull something but the terms I offered my bid at.. No risk. Obviously I am not going to open a ZIP file from someone I don't know.
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February 23, 2017, 03:33:26 PM
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Marking with red trust. Trying to get me to pay first + wants to send the password in a Zip file (I will pass on your virus). My bid was clearly contingent on you going first.
What maybe you not to believe this was the stated users as their alts? Undecided

Sending by zip file virus is his trademark to get access to your computer and copy a wallet address of his/0x0100 her in this case's wallet. Then drain your wallet dry.

Why does anybody take this scam attempt seriously is just beyond me really. Angry

Figured he would try and pull something but the terms I offered my bid at.. No risk. Obviously I am not going to open a ZIP file from someone I don't know.
By your bid?
It was much lower then what is seen on this post, am I right with this assumption?
Cause these Robertt/0x0100/want0sell scam artist type members take you up on the most low ball offers you or anyone gives to them cause they know if they do get multiple offerings, they will get more than what they would asking 1 larger offer. You get what i am saying to you right now?
It is a scamming ploy tactic that many here have done and proceeded to implement successfully most of the time.
Just had somebody tell me they had their system comprised by accepting such a sale with a zip file involved.
To make a long story short. Their system is done and has to now use a win98 machine.
He literally had to unplug it from the wall to not have it go onthe internet to continue leaking all the information stored on his HD on the unboundless internet for everybody to see. CC, ID, SSN, everything!
So be very careful with who you trust with your personal information being comprised with these scam artists getting you to open a zip file, program and even a pdf can launch keyloggers and wallet stealers.
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February 23, 2017, 04:43:54 PM
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Here is a thread that is showing you what happens when you do get a virus with a wallet stealer.
It plants copy and paste of someone's wallet address so when you think your sending to you address or another's you are sending it to the scammer's btc address.
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1794944

This is just a taste of what they can do.
It gets worst mister trust me it gets much worst than this invention from 'script kiddies' just messing with their mum's computer. Lips sealed
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February 23, 2017, 04:58:18 PM
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Here is a thread that is showing you what happens when you do get a virus with a wallet stealer.
It plants copy and paste of someone's wallet address so when you think your sending to you address or another's you are sending it to the scammer's btc address.
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1794944

This is just a taste of what they can do.
It gets worst mister trust me it gets much worst than this invention from 'script kiddies' just messing with their mum's computer. Lips sealed

My bid condition was he sends me the login information first and I verify the withdrawal will be honored by the casino. He sent me a link to a ZIP (only an idiot would open that) so I marked him with negative. You don't need to lecture me on common sense.
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February 23, 2017, 10:43:08 PM
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To clear things...

FIRST: A zip-file can't be dangerous. The .exe files in the archive is most a virus. (most under 1 MB and it requires MICROSOFT NET)
When i give you the login-data first, you can change the password.
I have offered a escrow, when you doesn't trust me.
I can post any withdraw-proofs.
I don't have to scam you or another guys here.

Best Regards,
julempX
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