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March 16, 2017, 05:37:22 PM
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[...]they finally gave up. i got my 2.5 bitcoins now[...]

Good to hear it is possible to bend them and force to respect the rules. I am happy for you.

Finally this case is solved, i am happy that you got you money back. Could you please specify it in the thread's title ?

To clarify, this thread is about different case (which remain unsolved), here is Hornster's case: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1827963.0
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March 17, 2017, 02:14:23 AM
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ok, after they banned and ignored me, they finally gave up stealing my 2.5 bitcoins. after i made this public and posted it on more then 20 websites who were on top of google, after "balthazar" received a -trustpoint at bitcointalk.org and went super angry, after threatening to sue them - they finally gave up. i got my 2.5 bitcoins now Smiley thank you very much for your help. i hope bitcoin exchanges will have more respect of their customers in the future. https://gyazo.com/d393cbdaabf835168ca605ce6d413c1c

I'm glad that someone at least got their bitcoins back. Hopefully myself and OP can have the same faith (which I doubt, unfortunately).

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March 17, 2017, 07:23:51 AM
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Now, I don't know much about BTC-E, but from your description it's basically an issue of waiting because you cannot access your email address? You've already mentioned that google will take a few days to verify you as the owner of the email address, because you forgot the password to it, but that doesn't seem like a long time to wait and is not controlled by BTC-E. What caused the passwords to be reset at BTC-E is worrying though, but it seems they're being proactive about it. Some people seem to be so careless with their money..

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March 17, 2017, 07:56:21 AM
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i am happy that you got you money back. Could you please specify it in the thread's title ?

Yes, glad to hear they finally resolved one of these tickets, please change the title of your thread HornsterLG to [SOLVED] so we can more easily see the remaining unsolved claim threads.


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March 17, 2017, 08:24:26 AM
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ok, after they banned and ignored me, they finally gave up stealing my 2.5 bitcoins. after i made this public and posted it on more then 20 websites who were on top of google, after "balthazar" received a -trustpoint at bitcointalk.org and went super angry, after threatening to sue them - they finally gave up. i got my 2.5 bitcoins now Smiley thank you very much for your help. i hope bitcoin exchanges will have more respect of their customers in the future. https://gyazo.com/d393cbdaabf835168ca605ce6d413c1c

I don't think they have an intent to steal your coins, but anyway, you better keep safe next time, your coins are yours only if you own the private key that can access them, if you don't own it then don't be surprised if you lose coins at some point

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March 17, 2017, 11:06:29 AM
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Now, I don't know much about BTC-E, but from your description it's basically an issue of waiting because you cannot access your email address?

No, it is not. The issue here is that I needed access to my funds immediately and BTC-e should've changed my email as I requested, but they did not, hoping that I won't resolve this issue with gmail after I told them that it might not work, thus permanently blocking me from my money.
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March 22, 2017, 12:51:31 PM
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SOLVED, BTC-e CHANGED MY EMAIL, MY FOUNDS ARE STILL THERE AND NOW I HAVE TO WAIT REQUIRED 2 WEEKS TO BE ABLE TO WITHDRAW THEM, THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP GUYS.
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March 22, 2017, 01:06:52 PM
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Excellent news, fella. Good to see BTC-E getting these things sorted finally.

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March 23, 2017, 01:21:01 AM
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Excellent news, fella. Good to see BTC-E getting these things sorted finally.


Good news! I just hope they could do the same for me.

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March 23, 2017, 07:31:18 PM
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Hi, I found this thread looking for information on problems with btc-e support. My case is a little bit different. I've sent deposit from some service and in transaction my bitcoins was divided in two outputs. Summary: one transaction with many outputs and two for my deposit address. Only one part of this deposit was credited. After I provided screens with transactions to my deposit address and point exactly what went probably wrong they closed my ticket without answer... I don't know what to do...

Edit: after read this thread I created another ticket and started my battle...  Undecided
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March 25, 2017, 03:45:54 PM
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After about 6 days and two tickets and waiting for replay my deposit was credited manually by support so my case was solved!
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May 15, 2017, 06:03:17 PM
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Same Happened to me!!! I can't believe after all those years BTC-e would do such moves! I'll open my own thread too!

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October 01, 2017, 06:22:29 PM
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I'm asking because I really have no idea why some genius made such a brilliant conclusion that I'm either founder or owner of BTC-e exchange.

This may sound surprising, but I'm definitely neither owner nor founder of this project. I was a moderator and consultant who helped with dealing some technical issues (ddos/bruteforce attacks) and that's all.

I've asked for more information on that claim from the redditor who cited it.

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So, till now we have nothing but your empty accusation backed by basically nothing. So far, it was followed by a bunch of e-mail and SMS murder threats by very stupid people, who are unable to analyze even a simplest facts and were led by your actions to committing quite seriuos crime. Will you publish your sincere excuses for that provocation? Or I should congratulate you with successful initiation as a member of MBCC (Mindless BTC-e Clowns Cult)?

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October 02, 2017, 10:37:35 AM
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Will you publish your sincere excuses for that provocation?

Nope. What other people choose to do is up to them and I certainly do not condone breaking the law or seeking to intimidate with threats. I, however, have made my posts concerning your connection to BTC-E with every reason to believe they are correct and have supported them with suitable reference links.

Just like I'm about to do here:

So, till now we have nothing but your empty accusation backed by basically nothing.

Well, we've got you naming your 'friend' Alexey as the owner of BTC-e in an old interview you did under the username 'Balthazar'.

https://99bitcoins.com/novacoin-developer-proof-of-stake-system-solution-cryptocurrencies/
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Which kinda helps to support the claim made here about your connection to BTC-E
https://btceclaims.github.io/
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Your own words serve to disprove your recent insistence that you were merely a technical consultant at BTC-E for a short period of time.




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October 02, 2017, 08:51:24 PM
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Will you publish your sincere excuses for that provocation?

Nope. What other people choose to do is up to them and I certainly do not condone breaking the law or seeking to intimidate with threats. I, however, have made my posts concerning your connection to BTC-E with every reason to believe they are correct and have supported them with suitable reference links.

Just like I'm about to do here:

So, till now we have nothing but your empty accusation backed by basically nothing.

Well, we've got you naming your 'friend' Alexey as the owner of BTC-e in an old interview you did under the username 'Balthazar'.

https://99bitcoins.com/novacoin-developer-proof-of-stake-system-solution-cryptocurrencies/
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Which kinda helps to support the claim made here about your connection to BTC-E
https://btceclaims.github.io/
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Your own words serve to disprove your recent insistence that you were merely a technical consultant at BTC-E for a short period of time.




If a lot of btc -e users can have unresolved issue with them till they go public to resolve it.
It says a lot of bad business practices from btc -e , people should be careful about them . I don't know why most Russians tend to be dubious. This Alexey of a guy was even lying not to be the Owner of BTC-e  also RACIST and his remarks.

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