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April 20, 2017, 07:49:21 PM
Last edit: April 21, 2017, 01:11:06 AM by heroesjourney
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What happened::
I attempted to buy a bet365 account from the accused, he claimed he would sell me one from the UK for 80 euros.
I paid him 40 euros in BTC up front and the other 40 to be paid upon my receiving the account and being satisfied.
After 3 days still no account, he claimed this was because of easter so things were moving slow, after 4 days  he gave me a bet365 login to try, i logged in, UK account however postal address still pending approval. He asked if i would send him the other 40 now and i said I would wait for full verification before i will send the outstanding amount and retrieve details for skrill/email etc.

2 days later, today I logged into the 365 account to find the verification had failed. I messaged him and asked for a refund as i no longer wished to to be messed around, I had lost all faith and was frustrated with the service I had received. Without response he removed me as a contact from skype

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=938702

Reference Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1873743.msg18649618#msg18649618

Amount Scammed:
40 EUR / 0.0344 BTC

Payment Method:
BTC www.wemovecoins.org

Proof of Payment:
N/A bank statement showing time of deposit. I also have wallet ID which i paid into

PM/Chat Logs:

I have full skype logs on phone

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TLDR; Scammed me 40 euros on pretense of selling me a bet365 UK account, tried to scam me a further 40 euros in process for total of 80. He is still active attempting to sell accounts.
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April 20, 2017, 09:55:53 PM
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0.344 btc is omore than 40eur lel  Undecided Cry
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Hi, thank you for drawing attention to my error you are indeed correct I missed a 0. The amount I was scammed for was 0.0344 BTC.

I have edited op to illustrate this
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