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March 15, 2017, 02:11:05 PM
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please do not post unless you have a claim or a valid comment to add. I would like to keep this thread as clean as possible in order to make processing claims easy and fast. If you want to discuss, discuss here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1819622

Greetings,

Since Alex/Dogedice.me refuses to escrow the 38BTC he confiscated from me or return them to me to operate this repayment thread myself, He will be in charge of making repayments for the claims made in this thread.

This thread will EXPIRE after 1 month for amounts UNDER 0.05BTC. I am hoping that the remaining funds after as many compensation claims that have been made within 3 months can be released to me though obviously this is Alex's choice. Any amounts over 0.05BTC will still be refunded if they are claimed after the 1 month period even if the funds are released back to me.

This thread is strictly for the repayment of the HYIP games operated by the alias 'dzeros' and any accomplices with such programs. I want to first very clearly outline that the websites that are included in this thread seized operation in 2013-2015, and the terms of service very clearly stated that all "investments" were RISKS and that you may not get your money back. Though, due to circumstances that I am pressured against, while I still stand by the terms of service that should of been read, I am offering 38BTC worth of compensation for these websites IF that much BTC is claimed.

Some programs will have higher return %'s than others, due to partners who took higher/lower %'s of profit, and some sites being purely operated by myself. I have the right NOT to disclose partners that are not already known unless there is any legal forces that demand to know these partners.

I want to also be very clear that all of the profit made from these websites or reasoning behind their seizure was gambling. I admit, I had a very problematic gambling problem in this era and these sites very heavily funded my addiction. Obviously, I have somewhat overcome this (playing with only my own funds and what I can afford to lose) and I know that paying for my previous problems eventually has to be done.

Below are the Investor Based Games that are eligible for compensation in timeline format, as well as the compensation rates available for anyone who invested in that program.
I also want to highlight that since the last program (2015) bitcoin price has surged 300-400% and this HAS NOT been taken into consideration in regard to the compensation rate.

Program/Compensation Eligibility List:
Bit-Investors.com - Operators: DZeros - Year Operated: 2014 - Compensation Rate: 100%
This site was created from a HTML themeforest theme (NativeChurch) which was heavily modified and recreated into an investment platform. I was the only operator of this site, it was completely manual and non-automated, and earned returns via Primedice. Once I busted the site closed, obviously I take full responsibility for this website and therefor offer 100% compensation rate.
BTCBackers - Operators: DZeros - Year Operated: 2014 - Compensation Rate: 100%
This HYIP was bought to you thanks to Quickseller, who sold me the account 'niothor' which enabled me to operate this site. The site was another HTML based script created from a themeforest theme. It did not do well, I do not expect many people to claim compensation for this site as it did not go past 1BTC~ holdings from what I can recall
BTCGains - Operators: DZeros - Year Operated: 2014 - Compensation Rate: 100%
Another HTML based script, another edited themeforest template. 100% compensation offered as there were no partners and this was purely my site.
Bitcoin-Stocks.com - Operators: DZeros/Michaeladair - Year Operated: 2014 Compensation rate: 72.5%
This site was originally created with the Bit-investors.com script, though heavily modified in order to be automated by Michaeladair. He received around 20-25% of the overall profit from this website for his work.
NextPonzi - Operators: DZeros/WilliamJ - Year Operated: 2015 Compensation Rate: 100%
This site was openly admitted to being a ponzi game, though on V2, no payouts were sent and everything that was collected was essentially transferred and gambled. In the TOS it did state that this could happen at anytime, though I do not agree with the TOS in this individual circumstance as it was not very clear. WilliamJ has already paid ~3BTC of the 13BTC taken, and I offer 100% compensation to the other 10BTC
PonziFast v2 - Operators: DZeros/WilliamJ - Year Operated: 2015 - Compensation Rate: 50%
PonziFast was created for a quick buck. Exactly the same script as nextponzi, the earnings were divided between myself and williamj 50% each way. In this case, I am only offering 50% compensation and WilliamJ is responsible for the other half.
Bit-Dividends.com - Operators: DZeros/WilliamJ - Year Operated: 2015 - Compensation Rate: 50%
Bit-Dividends was a HYIP with very high interest returns and an automated platform using blockchain API. The site earnings were divided 50% between myself and williamj... I want to note that we were actually exploited and this caused the closure of our program, though this is not an excuse, while I did not profit from this program I still offer 50% compensation as I can not prove that we were hacked nor can be bothered trying to prove it. This was my last project with williamj.
BitcoinPonzi.io/AutoPonzi.com - Operators: DZeros/WilliamJ - Year Operated: 2015 - Compensation Rate: 0%
The reason why both of these sites offer 0% is because at the time they were deemed closed, the balances were 0BTC (as they were actually paying as promised during the time they were online). They were taken offline and the games ended with 0BTC balances at around the same time NextPonzi closed.

Crypterest.com/CryptoSplit.com/InvestCryptos.com
I am unable to provide any compensation (yet) for these programs for the following reasons:
- I am unable to contact the partner in which I worked on these sites with
- The servers in which had bitcoind that ran the API were not mine, they were my partners, which I had limited access to
- I only promoted and provided support for these websites in exchange for payment. I was not fully in control of the websites, the funds, and where the funds went.

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How to acquire compensation
1. Fill in the following form for EACH INDIVIDUAL CLAIM:
Code:
Amount lost:
Program/Website:
Bitcoin Address used for deposit/transaction:
Bitcoin Address where payment was supposed to go:
TXID of your transaction:
Signed message from either Repayment address/Deposit address:

2. I will verify this claim based on the information I have.
>> If "Verified" I will post the amount owed to you based on the compensation rate and call @dogedice.me who will release the agreed funds to you
>> If "Denied" you have either given me insufficient information to prove you were actually invested or you are blatantly trying to social engineer free BTC out of this situation. Either way, unless you provide more informtaion/proof I can't help you.


I will be online and respond within 48 hours to each claim (I will do my best to do this anyway). Delay in payments is not under my control, Alex/Dogedice.me is a busy person, don't expect him to attend to your  claim within minutes.

I am doing the best I can to cooperate the community demands despite being constantly vilified and attacked for actions I fulfilled while I was a minor 2-3 years ago.

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March 15, 2017, 02:24:38 PM
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I don't think you're really in any position of authority here.  You've clearly been scamming for years and should not be trusted.

I fully expect you to request compensation from alt accounts.

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March 15, 2017, 02:29:55 PM
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I don't think you're really in any position of authority here.  You've clearly been scamming for years and should not be trusted.

I fully expect you to request compensation from alt accounts.
expect what you want, alt accounts cant sign messages from investment addresses, can they. I am offering refunds, I will verify who ever was actually invested, and Alex can decide "whether they deserve a refund or not"

Whether you think I am in a position of authority or not is a joke, alex is holding my 38BTC from funds I earned from legitimate sources, I am offering to make repayments on the games that are being viewed as scams. If Alex doesn't process legitimate claims then i've done the best I can.

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March 15, 2017, 02:41:57 PM
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I don't think you're really in any position of authority here.  You've clearly been scamming for years and should not be trusted.

I fully expect you to request compensation from alt accounts.
expect what you want, alt accounts cant sign messages from investment addresses, can they. I am offering refunds, I will verify who ever was actually invested, and Alex can decide "whether they deserve a refund or not"

Whether you think I am in a position of authority or not is a joke, alex is holding my 38BTC from funds I earned from legitimate sources, I am offering to make repayments on the games that are being viewed as scams. If Alex doesn't process legitimate claims then i've done the best I can.

You're obviously pretty intelligent (not joking)

Why wouldn't you invest in your own scams with alt accounts to look more legit by inflating your numbers?

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March 15, 2017, 02:50:25 PM
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I don't think you're really in any position of authority here.  You've clearly been scamming for years and should not be trusted.

I fully expect you to request compensation from alt accounts.
expect what you want, alt accounts cant sign messages from investment addresses, can they. I am offering refunds, I will verify who ever was actually invested, and Alex can decide "whether they deserve a refund or not"

Whether you think I am in a position of authority or not is a joke, alex is holding my 38BTC from funds I earned from legitimate sources, I am offering to make repayments on the games that are being viewed as scams. If Alex doesn't process legitimate claims then i've done the best I can.

You're obviously pretty intelligent (not joking)

Why wouldn't you invest in your own scams with alt accounts to look more legit by inflating your numbers?

that's true and that was done.
The main focus is actually the NextPonzi and FastPonzi scams as I very much agree that the players in those games were mislead. I strongly believe that the other games especially the ones operated in 2014 will not have many claims due to the fact that you are right, in most games like those numbers were inflated in order to make it look like they were big hits, which is why the figures quickseller constantly reminds us all of make me cringe, since they're very inaccurate.
Think of it this way, I am making an effort to repay the sums that I can, which I very well know accumulate to less than 25BTC, I am hoping that after everyone has been paid alex will pay me the winnings in which I won on his site, fair and square. By trying to scam him by making false claims will only cause more argument and drama, and I'm not interested in that.

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March 15, 2017, 02:56:56 PM
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Think of it this way, I am making an effort to repay the sums that I can, which I very well know accumulate to less than 25BTC

No, you're making an effort to get yourself paid.

If you were making an effort to repay, you would be repaying regardless of Alex's decision.  Your victims have nothing to do with the 38 BTC in question.  

If you had made any effort to repay, we wouldn't be here right now.

If you want to repay because it's the right thing to do, Alex has nothing to do with it.

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March 15, 2017, 02:58:52 PM
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You went from "I'm not a scammer to Yes I did scam ,now it's time to pay for it " real quick.No I won't demotivate you ,atleast you started something.Now next job is to verify the claims that will be posted here.Im sure you will need a helping hand ,I will try verify signed messages and doing address connections to make sure no ones posting from shill accounts including you.

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March 15, 2017, 03:36:27 PM
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Think of it this way, I am making an effort to repay the sums that I can, which I very well know accumulate to less than 25BTC

No, you're making an effort to get yourself paid.

If you were making an effort to repay, you would be repaying regardless of Alex's decision.  Your victims have nothing to do with the 38 BTC in question.  

If you had made any effort to repay, we wouldn't be here right now.

If you want to repay because it's the right thing to do, Alex has nothing to do with it.

aaaaaand what exactly is your point? I still don't believe that I have to pay, I stated all risks in my games and that's all there is to it. Alex, yourself, and the community obviously do not understand that (probably because you never read the TOS and saw how clear the risks were stated) so you have all forced me to go ahead and repay so that is what I am doing.
Those 38BTC should be in my hands whether I am repaying or not, as that 38BTC has nothing to do with the sites I operated 2 years ago. Alex on the other hand thinks so, and he is using this as an excuse to keep the 38BTC, so to that I say I am going to repay my victims with the 38BTC as if its not in my hands, I would rather it in theirs, not in alex's.

You went from "I'm not a scammer to Yes I did scam ,now it's time to pay for it " real quick.No I won't demotivate you ,atleast you started something.Now next job is to verify the claims that will be posted here.Im sure you will need a helping hand ,I will try verify signed messages and doing address connections to make sure no ones posting from shill accounts including you.
No, I went from, I'm not paying anyone because that's what was in the terms of service in each program to, i will repay the parts where i owe, where users deserve to be refunded such as in the nextponzi game where I realise it wasn't as clear as it should of been. I'd rather the funds in their pockets than in alex's, end of story.

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March 15, 2017, 05:32:44 PM
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There should be blockchain evidence available. There is no reason to make people claim funds. The blockchain can simply be analyzed and stolen funds returned. Addresses belonging to Volpe can be excluded from the analysis as Volpe can't steal from himself.

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I don't think you're really in any position of authority here.  You've clearly been scamming for years and should not be trusted.

I fully expect you to request compensation from alt accounts.
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March 15, 2017, 09:57:06 PM
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There should be blockchain evidence available. There is no reason to make people claim funds. The blockchain can simply be analyzed and stolen funds returned. Addresses belonging to Volpe can be excluded from the analysis as Volpe can't steal from himself.

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I don't think you're really in any position of authority here.  You've clearly been scamming for years and should not be trusted.

I fully expect you to request compensation from alt accounts.
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And what about those who no longer have access to said addresses and/or set different payout addresss other than the ones used for deposit (ie someone who deposited from an exchange)?
Anyway you all do and say as you wish, if anyone makes a claim and it is verified I'll send it to alex. I highly doubt any claims with the exception of NextPonzi/PonziFast simply because everyone knew these were games and expected loss in the first place

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March 16, 2017, 12:52:23 AM
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The "repayment" address signed message will be useless because anyone can post any address and sign a message for it, and there would be no connection to any of your scams.

You should post all the information that you have (addresses used to receive deposits, vanity receiving wallets, ect) publicly (or you can provide them to me for my own analysis), so that anyone's claim can be easily publicly verified. 

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March 16, 2017, 06:09:29 AM
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Mate, do you really expect anyone to trust you anymore after all the lies you've told, all the scams you have run and all the peoples you have defrauded? People that are mostly newbies to bitcoin, perhaps even their first time using bitcoin, seeing your ponzi schemes and believing them because they don't have any experience with the bitcoin environment?

You admitted yourself that you used false investments under alt accounts to inflate the number of investors and the volume of investors in your ponzi schemes. How are we supposed to know that it's not YOU who is behind that account making a post about claiming a compensation?

Also, the signed message from deposit address thing will not work simply because people do use wallet services that handle their coins for them and do not give access to signing messages with those addresses(eg coinjar) or they could be sent via exchanges. Just because they can't provide a signed message doesn't necessarily mean that they are lying either.

This situation is pretty bad for both dzeros and the scammed ones to say the least. But the bottom line is that I hope Alex does not release the coins to dzeros before all victims are reimbursed, no matter how long that takes or whether or not it's even done. Dzeros do not deserve these coins both ethically and as he broke the TOS of the website.
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March 16, 2017, 06:18:41 AM
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Mate, do you really expect anyone to trust you anymore after all the lies you've told, all the scams you have run and all the peoples you have defrauded? People that are mostly newbies to bitcoin, perhaps even their first time using bitcoin, seeing your ponzi schemes and believing them because they don't have any experience with the bitcoin environment?

You admitted yourself that you used false investments under alt accounts to inflate the number of investors and the volume of investors in your ponzi schemes. How are we supposed to know that it's not YOU who is behind that account making a post about claiming a compensation?

Also, the signed message from deposit address thing will not work simply because people do use wallet services that handle their coins for them and do not give access to signing messages with those addresses(eg coinjar) or they could be sent via exchanges. Just because they can't provide a signed message doesn't necessarily mean that they are lying either.

This situation is pretty bad for both dzeros and the scammed ones to say the least. But the bottom line is that I hope Alex does not release the coins to dzeros before all victims are reimbursed, no matter how long that takes or whether or not it's even done. Dzeros do not deserve these coins both ethically and as he broke the TOS of the website.
Good for you buddy, thanks for your pointless post.

The "repayment" address signed message will be useless because anyone can post any address and sign a message for it, and there would be no connection to any of your scams.

You should post all the information that you have (addresses used to receive deposits, vanity receiving wallets, ect) publicly (or you can provide them to me for my own analysis), so that anyone's claim can be easily publicly verified. 
I will have this info posted in 24-48 hours and you can do as heavy as analysis as you wish
I give permission for alex to release 1BTC to if you are able to completely analyse the chain in order to distinguish my addresses from investor addresses, that way you can know if it's "me and my alts" posting for compensation or a real investor. Do you agree with that?

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March 16, 2017, 07:35:06 AM
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The "repayment" address signed message will be useless because anyone can post any address and sign a message for it, and there would be no connection to any of your scams.

You should post all the information that you have (addresses used to receive deposits, vanity receiving wallets, ect) publicly (or you can provide them to me for my own analysis), so that anyone's claim can be easily publicly verified. 
I will have this info posted in 24-48 hours and you can do as heavy as analysis as you wish
I give permission for alex to release 1BTC to if you are able to completely analyse the chain in order to distinguish my addresses from investor addresses, that way you can know if it's "me and my alts" posting for compensation or a real investor. Do you agree with that?
Yes. I do not anticipate being able to finish prior to Sunday at the absolute earliest provided that information is posted prior to Friday evening my time. Depending on the number of addresses involved, it may take another week though.

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March 16, 2017, 07:47:53 AM
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The "repayment" address signed message will be useless because anyone can post any address and sign a message for it, and there would be no connection to any of your scams.

You should post all the information that you have (addresses used to receive deposits, vanity receiving wallets, ect) publicly (or you can provide them to me for my own analysis), so that anyone's claim can be easily publicly verified. 
I will have this info posted in 24-48 hours and you can do as heavy as analysis as you wish
I give permission for alex to release 1BTC to if you are able to completely analyse the chain in order to distinguish my addresses from investor addresses, that way you can know if it's "me and my alts" posting for compensation or a real investor. Do you agree with that?
Yes. I do not anticipate being able to finish prior to Sunday at the absolute earliest provided that information is posted prior to Friday evening my time. Depending on the number of addresses involved, it may take another week though.
There's no rush, take your time

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March 18, 2017, 02:25:52 AM
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The "repayment" address signed message will be useless because anyone can post any address and sign a message for it, and there would be no connection to any of your scams.

You should post all the information that you have (addresses used to receive deposits, vanity receiving wallets, ect) publicly (or you can provide them to me for my own analysis), so that anyone's claim can be easily publicly verified. 
I will have this info posted in 24-48 hours and you can do as heavy as analysis as you wish
I give permission for alex to release 1BTC to if you are able to completely analyse the chain in order to distinguish my addresses from investor addresses, that way you can know if it's "me and my alts" posting for compensation or a real investor. Do you agree with that?
Yes. I do not anticipate being able to finish prior to Sunday at the absolute earliest provided that information is posted prior to Friday evening my time. Depending on the number of addresses involved, it may take another week though.
There's no rush, take your time
Any update on this? Or were you just buying yourself time?

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March 18, 2017, 03:03:26 PM
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The "repayment" address signed message will be useless because anyone can post any address and sign a message for it, and there would be no connection to any of your scams.

You should post all the information that you have (addresses used to receive deposits, vanity receiving wallets, ect) publicly (or you can provide them to me for my own analysis), so that anyone's claim can be easily publicly verified. 
I will have this info posted in 24-48 hours and you can do as heavy as analysis as you wish
I give permission for alex to release 1BTC to if you are able to completely analyse the chain in order to distinguish my addresses from investor addresses, that way you can know if it's "me and my alts" posting for compensation or a real investor. Do you agree with that?
Yes. I do not anticipate being able to finish prior to Sunday at the absolute earliest provided that information is posted prior to Friday evening my time. Depending on the number of addresses involved, it may take another week though.
There's no rush, take your time
Any update on this? Or were you just buying yourself time?
i've been busy offline and haven't had much computer access, though i will be getting this to you soon
sorry for the delay.

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March 19, 2017, 10:50:09 AM
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Amount lost: 0.27
Program/Website: BTC Backers 103% scheme,don't remember exact
Bitcoin Address used for deposit/transaction: 1LJTESipG4ak6ZKWSwufQF8cjnEa3W4Psf
Bitcoin Address where payment was supposed to go: Not remembered.
TXID of your transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/71a2548d4f71577440df102ab1157f06d4696a4410e194fe2b4a2fd5b002c75c
Signed message from either Repayment address/Deposit address: Xapo wallet.Not have access to that address anymore.


Lost btc+ in your other hyips and don't have address because i lefted bitcoin in 2015.This one I found.
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March 19, 2017, 01:12:23 PM
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Amount lost: 0.27
Program/Website: BTC Backers 103% scheme,don't remember exact
Bitcoin Address used for deposit/transaction: 1LJTESipG4ak6ZKWSwufQF8cjnEa3W4Psf
Bitcoin Address where payment was supposed to go: Not remembered.
TXID of your transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/71a2548d4f71577440df102ab1157f06d4696a4410e194fe2b4a2fd5b002c75c
Signed message from either Repayment address/Deposit address: Xapo wallet.Not have access to that address anymore.


Lost btc+ in your other hyips and don't have address because i lefted bitcoin in 2015.This one I found.
James, I can assure you that 1LJTESipG4ak6ZKWSwufQF8cjnEa3W4Psf is not a xapo address.

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March 19, 2017, 01:33:30 PM
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Amount lost: 0.27
Program/Website: BTC Backers 103% scheme,don't remember exact
Bitcoin Address used for deposit/transaction: 1LJTESipG4ak6ZKWSwufQF8cjnEa3W4Psf
Bitcoin Address where payment was supposed to go: Not remembered.
TXID of your transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/71a2548d4f71577440df102ab1157f06d4696a4410e194fe2b4a2fd5b002c75c
Signed message from either Repayment address/Deposit address: Xapo wallet.Not have access to that address anymore.


Lost btc+ in your other hyips and don't have address because i lefted bitcoin in 2015.This one I found.
James, I can assure you that 1LJTESipG4ak6ZKWSwufQF8cjnEa3W4Psf is not a xapo address.
This is not me, and I deny the claim purely because it's obvious scam attempt.
Quickseller don't you think I could buy accounts and make it look a little more convincing than a newbie throwaway account? Or use a better excuse than "I used a xapo wallet"?
Anyway, no, this is not me, and on my part I'm declaring the claim as an attempt to get free btc. Alex is more than welcome to look into it if he wishes. It's not hard to find the Btcbackers public address, in assuming he's just fine some digging and licked the highest deposit from that program.
I still haven't been able to get the addresses, I've been stuck on mobile for almost a week though as soon as I have Pc access I'll post what I have

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