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June 15, 2017, 10:13:50 AM
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EPAY-Info - Can you come and Reply back to my Post? Huh

You are involving yourself in taking coins from Users and Owners - from Bitcoins to Altcoins - Users *Earnings + Faucet Owners*Deposits+Earnings

Give back to my Friend Markabi's Deposits + Earnings which comes to 300-350 USD as per current Bitcoin Price

I will bet you never succeed in doing Domain sale + Site sale etc


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June 15, 2017, 12:01:49 PM
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You Epay people are scammers,
you do not reply back to the support question raised
Daily my withdrawl is showing as 12 hours waiting and so on
but never credited in my wallet.
If you sell the site or the domain also no other person have faith in you.
you ended as Scammerssssssss

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June 15, 2017, 01:35:46 PM
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@ePay.info can you refund my 0.04 BTC that I've deposited?

You can refund to this address: 1NDKVvuHwxUMS3QAkUz8YGj7YjLp6Xqei2
Here's the transaction proof: https://blockchain.info/pt/tx/35f1019b3b4d2256e7741e8f3857309a1cf5992a70965d4f51262ac7c1d4d94f

If you don't refund my money I'll makes you cry
I have your personal data, "my friend". I can post your personal data here, and some users can will make you cry more and more

Thank you Smiley Cheesy
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June 15, 2017, 01:38:27 PM
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@ePay.info can you refund my 0.04 BTC that I've deposited?

You can refund to this address: 1NDKVvuHwxUMS3QAkUz8YGj7YjLp6Xqei2
Here's the transaction proof: https://blockchain.info/pt/tx/35f1019b3b4d2256e7741e8f3857309a1cf5992a70965d4f51262ac7c1d4d94f

If you don't refund my money I'll makes you cry
I have your personal data, "my friend". I can post your personal data here, and some users can will make you cry more and more

Thank you Smiley Cheesy

i think i am from his country, pls PM me his personal data, i will send my "bigger" friends to meet him on a coffee Smiley

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June 16, 2017, 06:15:04 AM
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@ePay.info can you refund my 0.04 BTC that I've deposited?

You can refund to this address: 1NDKVvuHwxUMS3QAkUz8YGj7YjLp6Xqei2
Here's the transaction proof: https://blockchain.info/pt/tx/35f1019b3b4d2256e7741e8f3857309a1cf5992a70965d4f51262ac7c1d4d94f

If you don't refund my money I'll makes you cry
I have your personal data, "my friend". I can post your personal data here, and some users can will make you cry more and more

Thank you Smiley Cheesy

i think i am from his country, pls PM me his personal data, i will send my "bigger" friends to meet him on a coffee Smiley
Wow it's a big amount!
Hope you can post his personal data here and he could be caught by police. I am sure many peoples will "meet him on a coffee" before be caught  Grin

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June 16, 2017, 04:04:21 PM
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You Epay people are scammers,
you do not reply back to the support question raised
Daily my withdrawl is showing as 12 hours waiting and so on
but never credited in my wallet.
If you sell the site or the domain also no other person have faith in you.
you ended as Scammerssssssss

 Early time I was doing faucetings in epay.info grouped faucet sites. They use to pay the payment on every Wednesday. This is getting huge number of users everyday. From Adsense itself you make decent income. Share the proof in reputation section and complaint about in concern moderators in the forum.

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June 16, 2017, 08:10:28 PM
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first faucetbox (atleast they didn't scamed) and now epay. what's wrong with them. Take example from mexicantarget how to run a microwallet service.

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June 16, 2017, 11:22:42 PM
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first faucetbox (atleast they didn't scamed) and now epay. what's wrong with them. Take example from mexicantarget how to run a microwallet service.


Also, few years ago there was Microwallet.org service and I can't remember did they scammed their users or not. Another service Paytoshi was closed at almost same time like Faucetbox,and thei paid all users funds before closing.

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June 17, 2017, 12:31:50 AM
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@ePay.info can you refund my 0.04 BTC that I've deposited?

You can refund to this address: 1NDKVvuHwxUMS3QAkUz8YGj7YjLp6Xqei2
Here's the transaction proof: https://blockchain.info/pt/tx/35f1019b3b4d2256e7741e8f3857309a1cf5992a70965d4f51262ac7c1d4d94f

If you don't refund my money I'll makes you cry
I have your personal data, "my friend". I can post your personal data here, and some users can will make you cry more and more

Thank you Smiley Cheesy

i think i am from his country, pls PM me his personal data, i will send my "bigger" friends to meet him on a coffee Smiley
Wow it's a big amount!
Hope you can post his personal data here and he could be caught by police. I am sure many peoples will "meet him on a coffee" before be caught  Grin

It isn't a big amount... I really don't care about losing that value, but how it was lost. ePay didn't even warn that it was not processing deposits..

Btw @ePay.info

82.XXX.XX.111 -> Does this IP remind you something?
12002 -> And this number? You know what is this? I think yes, my friend

Don't just be a scammer, it's still a stupid sysadmin. Stay tuned
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June 17, 2017, 12:34:17 AM
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first faucetbox (atleast they didn't scamed) and now epay. what's wrong with them. Take example from mexicantarget how to run a microwallet service.



FaucetBOX wasn't scammed users, and they warned the users and the faucet owners about the situation
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June 17, 2017, 04:19:34 PM
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EPAY Info "Think Different" -- Think Different to SCAM Users and Owners  Huh

Let me tell You I am SAP Techie "RUN SIMPLE"-- Run Simple to Track your SCAM happening on Users and Owners  Grin

Get back my Friend's Funds which comes to 0.07 BTC and Earnings 0.03 BTC

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June 20, 2017, 08:12:25 PM
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I would like to share my observations during the whole period I was using epay.info. I saw only firstnames, never any fullname...thus difficult to call a guy to get my money back now. However, in looking few months ago a video in the help section of epay.info, I saw a full name, which appeared in the middle of the video (scrambled in the first part). I rechecked it recently, the owner of the computer where the video is recorded is "Farshid Mehrtash". Yes you forgot to scramble your full name :-)

This guys is definitely connected to ePay.info, question is what is the position of Farshid Mehrtash, admin? tech?. In googling his name, it seems several guys have the same name. However, one is living in Iran (coherent with timezone defined in Bitcointalk) and wrote on his resume "Bitcoin specialist". It could be definitely our guy.

Farshid, is that you who are selling ePay.info? Would it be possible to help us getting our satoshis back now that the whole planet knows your name?

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June 20, 2017, 10:13:20 PM
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I would like to share my observations during the whole period I was using epay.info. I saw only firstnames, never any fullname...thus difficult to call a guy to get my money back now. However, in looking few months ago a video in the help section of epay.info, I saw a full name, which appeared in the middle of the video (scrambled in the first part). I rechecked it recently, the owner of the computer where the video is recorded is "Farshid Mehrtash". Yes you forgot to scramble your full name :-)

This guys is definitely connected to ePay.info, question is what is the position of Farshid Mehrtash, admin? tech?. In googling his name, it seems several guys have the same name. However, one is living in Iran (coherent with timezone defined in Bitcointalk) and wrote on his resume "Bitcoin specialist". It could be definitely our guy.

Farshid, is that you who are selling ePay.info? Would it be possible to help us getting our satoshis back now that the whole planet knows your name?


Quoting this for a few reasons, and, thanks.

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I am getting a lot of emails/PMs/messages about selling some/any of my websites. I am not able to do that for many reason. So, I you don't get an answer on this specific question, please don't get me wrong.
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June 21, 2017, 07:29:23 AM
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I would like to share my observations during the whole period I was using epay.info. I saw only firstnames, never any fullname...thus difficult to call a guy to get my money back now. However, in looking few months ago a video in the help section of epay.info, I saw a full name, which appeared in the middle of the video (scrambled in the first part). I rechecked it recently, the owner of the computer where the video is recorded is "Farshid Mehrtash". Yes you forgot to scramble your full name :-)

This guys is definitely connected to ePay.info, question is what is the position of Farshid Mehrtash, admin? tech?. In googling his name, it seems several guys have the same name. However, one is living in Iran (coherent with timezone defined in Bitcointalk) and wrote on his resume "Bitcoin specialist". It could be definitely our guy.

Farshid, is that you who are selling ePay.info? Would it be possible to help us getting our satoshis back now that the whole planet knows your name?



The fact that he is a guy (Farshid Mehrtash) which lives in Iran is a bad news, not a good one ...
This means that the chances of recovering some of the sums that Epay.info owes to his users are almost zero...
Unfortunately...

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June 22, 2017, 07:46:35 PM
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Are there any buyers?

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June 23, 2017, 02:37:36 AM
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There are many buyers. But not for the price of 10 Bitcoins. The business does not have good qualifications and it's not worth it all.
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June 26, 2017, 05:25:41 AM
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I'm disapointed, requested a withdrawl about 10 days ago, and now got stuck saying that i will receive in 18 hours.
i really don't understand why services like that, with a lot of active users, choose take money and run, instead keep improving and growning side by side with bitcoin


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June 26, 2017, 05:14:00 PM
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What about the funds that faucet owners like me still have in their account?
Will I get my bitcoin that is still in my epay account?

we pay all user and owners balance before transferring to new owner
I am still waiting for my bitcoins to be withdrawn to my bitcoin wallet. I think you just stole the bitcoins from all faucet owners, which is very pathetic thing to do. I hope someone will get to know your real name and track you down and get reported to the police. Alot of faucets have been scammed by you, and the total amount u scammed of us is not small I am afraid.

If someone is interested in tracking this guy down, please send me a PM. He got me pissed of so much that I am willing to pay to bust this scammer.

Actually, I read somewhere about some people finding someone related to epay using Google.

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June 26, 2017, 05:17:28 PM
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ePay launching a new microwallet:

faucet-pay.com

I am getting a lot of emails/PMs/messages about selling some/any of my websites. I am not able to do that for many reason. So, I you don't get an answer on this specific question, please don't get me wrong.
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June 26, 2017, 05:55:06 PM
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ePay launching a new microwallet:

faucet-pay.com

I was sure they will come with a new website and try to scam people again Smiley
They ask 10 btc for their ePay.info scam website...  I won't offer not even 0.5 BTC.
A scammer is always a scammer!

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