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March 25, 2017, 06:32:11 PM
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i just can't belive people had you on -240 trust and lenny is not as big as that and is known for taken a lot of money.

Because QS' negative trust was mainly due to political/power reasons. Most controversial figures are likely to get negged. It's a good example why the reputation system isn't terrible, but it isn't very good and has flaws all the same. It's difficult to build a good unmoderated rep system.

Definitely it's a scam too,I'm shock that this guy has been scamming for over 6 years now and he id not yet ban yet ban here,I check some of the sites he manage and all of them has a lot of complaints,delayed or none payment for workers work and of course this torwallet,there should be a petition to ban this asshole..

Scammers don't get banned. Use the trust system and do research before doing business with anyone. Banning scammers wouldn't work and would give a false sense of security as they'd just make new accounts with Tor/proxies.

That Lenny has a legendary account by giving him a lot of red tag he cannot use his rank to his advantage,he uses that to gain trust from all his works,he threw away a good rank,anyway he is already rich from scamming a lot of people from his torwallet.

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I hate to say it, but add me to the list.  I think I have been scammed by Torwallet.

I'm very new to all of this and I had a deposit made to my Torwallet wallet on 4/11/17 and it never showed up.  I finally just learned how to search the blockchain and sure enough, the deposit was sent to my wallet on the 11th and withdrawn out a few hours later on the 12th.  I never saw the funds come in and neither transaction appears in my transaction history.

Prior to this, I made a small deposit and withdrawal just to make sure I understood the process.  But as soon as I moved a larger sum of money, it disappeared.

I finally started researching Torwallet online and that led me here.

I tried to submit a message to Support on the site, but that function is not working.  I also emailed dr.michael.moriarty@yandex.com and will post if I get a reply, but I am not holding my breath.

I will be happy to provide any info I can to substantiate my story.  And if anyone thinks this is anything other than getting scammed (Lenny perhaps?) let me know what happened and how to get my BTC back.
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