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June 25, 2017, 02:09:10 PM
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With -512 in its Trust rating this Legendary Member continues to collect some miserable sum in bitcoin from people that I don't understand their obstinacy to invest in the most oldest method of scam.
With a btc address a lots of unconfirmed transaction that will probably be double spent, He managed to bypass the intention of the members and makes them believe that everything is in order, but that did not surprised me since most part of them are newbie, And misinformed how to obtain bitcoin.
An action of the wise men and moderators of this forum is recommended urgently here.

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June 25, 2017, 02:20:58 PM
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With -512 in its Trust rating this Legendary Member continues to collect some miserable sum in bitcoin from people that I don't understand their obstinacy to invest in the most oldest method of scam.
With a btc address a lots of unconfirmed transaction that will probably be double spent, He managed to bypass the intention of the members and makes them believe that everything is in order, but that did not surprised me since most part of them are newbie, And misinformed how to obtain bitcoin.
An action of the wise men and moderators of this forum is recommended urgently.

It's because idiots see, "giveaway" and all of the sudden the negative rating means nothing because: hey look, free money! And thus you have everyone clammering to get a piece while amaclin sits back with his negative rating. Nobody reads when there's free money to be given. The same thing happened in the (Free 100K Sats) ★FlippyBit.io★ thread where I had already stated multiple times that this was a scam and that not only did this gambling site not have a provably fair mechanism that worked but that they were unwilling to provide proof of solvency for a small amount of 5 BTC.

Well, natural selection at its work. Roll Eyes

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June 26, 2017, 04:19:22 PM
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But I wonder why is this user even wasting his time sending transactions that wouldn't confirm even in a lifetime. He has done this before as well where he sent about 100-200 users 0.001 btc and then the thread was trashed. On top he says:

u said sent buti did not get yet
1CTtLDVGvCuGuhmMbnpuVax3AAYE4NnpdF
this is mine

Are you blockchain.info user? This is only for blockchain.info wallets

Why only blockchain.info users? Is this his method to scam or he's just trolling?

Waiting for the moderator to delete his thread.

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June 26, 2017, 04:38:26 PM
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With -512 in its Trust rating this Legendary Member continues to collect some miserable sum in bitcoin from people that I don't understand their obstinacy to invest in the most oldest method of scam.
With a btc address a lots of unconfirmed transaction that will probably be double spent, He managed to bypass the intention of the members and makes them believe that everything is in order, but that did not surprised me since most part of them are newbie, And misinformed how to obtain bitcoin.
An action of the wise men and moderators of this forum is recommended urgently.

It's because idiots see, "giveaway" and all of the sudden the negative rating means nothing because: hey look, free money! And thus you have everyone clammering to get a piece while amaclin sits back with his negative rating. Nobody reads when there's free money to be given. The same thing happened in the (Free 100K Sats) ★FlippyBit.io★ thread where I had already stated multiple times that this was a scam and that not only did this gambling site not have a provably fair mechanism that worked but that they were unwilling to provide proof of solvency for a small amount of 5 BTC.

Well, natural selection at its work. Roll Eyes
All of that is true.  Why this forum did away with the scammer tag is beyond me.   At least then it was completely obvious and no interpretation or reading was required.   And it's not like it's difficult to determine who's a scammer.  Anyway, these people who overlooked this guy's trust score have indeed succumbed to greed.  Fack 'em.

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June 26, 2017, 05:05:48 PM
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Why only blockchain.info users? Is this his method to scam or he's just trolling?
His method is not a troll or a scam,just an experiment for the bigger things like Running Ponzis.
->He conducts a giveaway to check if double spend methods are working on the provided addresses.
->He then starts a ponzi scheme ,sends couple of payments to show it's all legit to attract more noobs who have no idea those transactions will never be confirmed.
->Noobs wait for their 'doubled' bitcoins,forever.

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June 27, 2017, 11:06:24 AM
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I don't understand what he is doing. Is he sending the Bitcoins back without any fees so it never gets confirmed?

Can't someone just send any amount and use RBF in the "doubled amount" to make the tx get confirmed?

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June 27, 2017, 11:43:44 AM
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I don't understand what he is doing. Is he sending the Bitcoins back without any fees so it never gets confirmed?
Can't someone just send any amount and use RBF in the "doubled amount" to make the tx get confirmed?
He pushes transactions that seem valid to Blockchain.info, however aren't valid on the bitcoin network as a whole. As you can see, this transaction from 'Bitcoin Magic Doubler' is valid on Blockchain, however the same transaction is not found on blockr or Blocktrail.

Why only blockchain.info users? Is this his method to scam or he's just trolling?
That is why.



Why this forum did away with the scammer tag is beyond me.
Because:
1. It had to be applied by administrators. I'm sure you can see by the speed of account recoveries why this wouldn't work.
2. If applied by a central authority, the scammer tag would have possibility for bias. With the trust system, if you do not believe someone's ratings are appropriate you can remove them from your list. You cannot do that with things applied by administrators, such as scammer tags.

At least then it was completely obvious and no interpretation or reading was required. And it's not like it's difficult to determine who's a scammer.
If people are too lazy to look into the people they're sending money to, they arguably deserve to be scammed. A fool and his money are easily parted.
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