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February 23, 2017, 10:52:50 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.

Hmm...
I have probably misunderstood what you mean. :/
Sorry!
I am really bad in in English.
I create you a test account, load some Bitcoin on it and i let you make a payment on your wallet. I send to you the Login data by PM. No Zip, or other I want not you think I am a scammer.

Best regards,
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February 23, 2017, 11:19:01 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.

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Bull shit!

You are 0x0100 and don't bother denying it ever again!

You talk the exact same way and have the same knowledge in these type of things intent on harming others in stealing their bitcoins out from under them.
So just give it up Robertt you have been outted again.

Gain the victims trust enough then fucking stab them in their dick.
Surprised that a legendary even responded to this shit in the first place and just sat back and watch your con artist skills evolve and continue to draw in more to scam and swindle from with these tricks of deception.
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February 23, 2017, 11:24:06 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.

Hmm...
I have probably misunderstood what you mean. :/
Sorry!
I am really bad in in English.
I create you a test account, load some Bitcoin on it and i let you make a payment on your wallet. I send to you the Login data by PM. No Zip, or other I want not you think I am a scammer.

Best regards,
julempX
I just wish I can find you and stab you in your filthy smelly cunt and end it this idiotic attempt any further from proliferating here any longer! It is just sickening to watch and bear to be part of the same forum as you.
Failure of common sense is reserved for the ones who even give you the time of day in talking to you via pm even. So very sad a pathetic. Good gawd damn it! To hell with you witch bitch from the deepest abyss!
Away with you! Angry

Until the next account you come up with and plead you don't know english cause it is not your first language and need a laptop cause the one you are one is breaking to bits.
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February 24, 2017, 11:14:27 AM
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Yeah, this seems like a big scam. Even if it isn't no one will buy this. Another user posted that you lose 6k $ basically because you cannot wait 3-4 days???  Soooo, I also think this is scam.
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February 24, 2017, 06:18:54 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

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.

Hmm...
I have probably misunderstood what you mean. :/
Sorry!
I am really bad in in English.
I create you a test account, load some Bitcoin on it and i let you make a payment on your wallet. I send to you the Login data by PM. No Zip, or other I want not you think I am a scammer.

Best regards,
julempX
I just wish I can find you and stab you in your filthy smelly cunt and end it this idiotic attempt any further from proliferating here any longer! It is just sickening to watch and bear to be part of the same forum as you.
Failure of common sense is reserved for the ones who even give you the time of day in talking to you via pm even. So very sad a pathetic. Good gawd damn it! To hell with you witch bitch from the deepest abyss!
Away with you! Angry

Until the next account you come up with and plead you don't know english cause it is not your first language and need a laptop cause the one you are one is breaking to bits.

OK!!! If you think I am a scammer.
And you want I disappear,
then bye!

PS: magemist, look on your trust! who is here the f***ing scammer.
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February 24, 2017, 06:55:33 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.

Hmm...
I have probably misunderstood what you mean. :/
Sorry!
I am really bad in in English.
I create you a test account, load some Bitcoin on it and i let you make a payment on your wallet. I send to you the Login data by PM. No Zip, or other I want not you think I am a scammer.

Best regards,
julempX
I just wish I can find you and stab you in your filthy smelly cunt and end it this idiotic attempt any further from proliferating here any longer! It is just sickening to watch and bear to be part of the same forum as you.
Failure of common sense is reserved for the ones who even give you the time of day in talking to you via pm even. So very sad a pathetic. Good gawd damn it! To hell with you witch bitch from the deepest abyss!
Away with you! Angry

Until the next account you come up with and plead you don't know english cause it is not your first language and need a laptop cause the one you are one is breaking to bits.

OK!!! If you think I am a scammer.
And you want I disappear,
then bye!

PS: magemist, look on your trust! who is here the f***ing scammer.
I buy accounts and have received my negative for that and also lost bitcoin because of scammers don't flip that one on me to make yourself look like the trusted person here fool!
Atleast I am not trying to REALLY scam people here by planning an infection of a virus so to sell their coins from them.
Get a life loser! Angry

And you got red now for doing just what you have been found out to be doing with this crap you are trying to trick people into to.
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March 19, 2017, 08:12:58 PM
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So are you still trying to sell this account? Cheesy

You should get a job or something if you wish to survive on this site much longer.
I guess you don't care now since your painted in red from DT members for all to see your scam attempt here.
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