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July 22, 2017, 09:16:53 PM
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I'm posting this now so you all know.

OGnasty ripped me off through escrow...and it was him because we used his normal bitcoin address. It's a lot of work typing and taking screenshots and such so be patient.

I'll update with proper details and proof here shortly.

I'm planning on taking this all the way so if you know OGnasty please talk to him and help him return my bitcoin and pm me the transaction ID(like he promised that asshole) so coinbase will return my funds.

If anyone knows how I can find OGnasty in person please let me know so I don't have to waste the time and money doing so on my own.


Also it's illegal to escrow in the United States without an escrow license so I'm going to take that route too.

wonder how much money the IRS would end up asking for...

and god knows what else.

Feel free to chime in and bring a pitchfork. Apparently he ripped a noob off for 3k as well.


I have a mental issue so bear with me...I'll write it out proper just give me time.

What happened::
OGnasty has not repaid the escrow funds on a failed escrow.
I provided irrefutable proof of my identity to OGnasty with information from previous trades we had made together so that he may refund me to my forum bitcoin address.
He refused because of "rules of escrow" and then told me he'd refund to the coinbase account...bunch of bullshit never happened now here we are.

I just wanted to help someone who was trying to sell a bunch of 1060's they accidentally bought.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=18321

Reference Link:
Link to thread I attempted to buy from: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2038239.msg20276619#msg20276619

Amount Scammed:
0.25076037BTC which was just under $680 at the time of sending.
this included the escrow fee of .01

heres negative trust on his account from someone else:


Payment Method:
coinbase/bitcoin

Proof of Payment:

transaction url: https://btc.com/108d84856eae891f06a3ea1359be26ed3c690bdfc195a099187299ac6714c611

PM/Chat Logs:






all other messages are me yelling at him to give me the TX ID and him calling me a liar.

Still waiting for repayment.

Additional Notes:
Either he has decided to turn scammer or the account has been sold to a less reputable individual. There is negative trust recently from someone else he apparently scammed.

Why do I get screwed over when trying to help someone?
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July 22, 2017, 09:36:55 PM
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This user is a liar and an attempted scammer.  I follow the rules of my escrow service to protect honest users.

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July 22, 2017, 09:38:31 PM
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This is the proper way to do this.  You should remove the negative trust you left for people defending him because you accused them of being alts without proof.  Many people have dealt with OG and will naturally defend him.  Some hold his coins and will have a bias.  But proof is what matters and most of us will be looking at it and deciding ourselves.
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July 22, 2017, 09:39:37 PM
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The community needs proof either way here, and especially since OP is leveling an accusation against a trusted member of bitcointalk.  OP really ought to have taken the time to put together all the screenshots and so forth before opening up a scam accusation, no?

Also, this is thread #2 about this issue, is it not?

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July 22, 2017, 09:44:20 PM
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How's about you stop having a mental breakdown for a few minutes, take a deep breath and post all of the proof of this before spamming both the forum and the trust system? That would be more helpful than throwing a paddy.

Also, this is thread #2 about this issue, is it not?
This is thread #1, #2, #3, #4, #5. He also posted on at least one of Og's topics with the same shit.
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July 22, 2017, 11:26:24 PM
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The community needs proof either way here, and especially since OP is leveling an accusation against a trusted member of bitcointalk.  OP really ought to have taken the time to put together all the screenshots and so forth before opening up a scam accusation, no?

Also, this is thread #2 about this issue, is it not?

look, how about other people get ripped off while I'm trying to gather information amidst thousands of messages and such?
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July 23, 2017, 12:11:30 AM
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Sorry to hear that you have mental issues but there is no reason to randomly accuse people of being an alt-account.

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July 23, 2017, 12:13:52 AM
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Sorry to hear that you have mental issues but there is no reason to randomly accuse people of being an alt-account.

Too bad. Prove you aren't him or help me get my money back and I'll remove the negative trust.

Also, OGnasty...can you prove that you're yourself by another means? It should be easy, just go outside and take a picture of your house again...we've all seen it.
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July 23, 2017, 01:15:50 AM
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First of all, having mental issues is not an excuse. I know people who suffer Bipolar Disorder and live a normal life while they take their medication, stop trying to exploit something that is trivial in this case.

Fore more information I believe the user isoneguy is referring to this transaction on blockchain.info https://blockchain.info/tx/108d84856eae891f06a3ea1359be26ed3c690bdfc195a099187299ac6714c611

I was actually lurking on those post and wanted to buy a GPU my self, please OGNasty, would you care to elaborate on what happened here?
isoneguy you have to provide more proof of what exactly happened, Jesus Christ get your shit together.
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July 23, 2017, 01:17:21 AM
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First of all, having mental issues is not an excuse. I know people who suffer Bipolar Disorder and live a normal life while they take their medication, stop trying to exploit something that is trivial in this case.

Fore more information I believe the user isoneguy is referring to this transaction on blockchain.info https://blockchain.info/tx/108d84856eae891f06a3ea1359be26ed3c690bdfc195a099187299ac6714c611

I was actually lurking on those post and wanted to buy a GPU my self, please OGNasty, would you care to elaborate on what happened here?
isoneguy you have to provide more proof of what exactly happened, Jesus Christ get your shit together.

help me then...I have a scam accusation up what more do I need. It's not easy to be angry and have your shit together at the same time...try it before coming after me.

I'd rather do this the proper way but who knows...I might be willing to go to jail to prove a point.

And yeah fuck OGnasty...I supported the shit out of him and he betrays me over .25BTC

Honestly I think everyone should be a little more concerned about this.
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July 23, 2017, 01:20:54 AM
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Also, OGnasty...can you prove that you're yourself by another means? It should be easy, just go outside and take a picture of your house again...we've all seen it.
I LOL'ed so hard at that, I think my diaper is compromised, and you can quote me on that.

You're like that guy who wanted a picture of someone with a shoe on his head, holding out a sign with his name on it.  How about a signed message?  And even that is more than I suspect he'll think he needs to prove.  Also, the more threads you create, the worse you make yourself look, like all these people with the Lauda threads.  Just quit while you're ahead and let the community be the judge.

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July 23, 2017, 01:37:09 AM
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hell a lot of complaints are coming for the Escrow service provided by OgNasty. Dube what are you doing and why all these are happening so sudden?
I am very much disappointed to hear all this Sad

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July 23, 2017, 01:37:34 AM
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Also, OGnasty...can you prove that you're yourself by another means? It should be easy, just go outside and take a picture of your house again...we've all seen it.
I LOL'ed so hard at that, I think my diaper is compromised, and you can quote me on that.

You're like that guy who wanted a picture of someone with a shoe on his head, holding out a sign with his name on it.  How about a signed message?  And even that is more than I suspect he'll think he needs to prove.  Also, the more threads you create, the worse you make yourself look, like all these people with the Lauda threads.  Just quit while you're ahead and let the community be the judge.

you're like that guy that laughs at other people's misfortunes

it's funny how many smart people are so pathetic without honor or integrity
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July 23, 2017, 01:38:04 AM
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I guess this is the escrowed transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/108d84856eae891f06a3ea1359be26ed3c690bdfc195a099187299ac6714c611
Right?

and I see no refund transactions to sending address tought OP stated:
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He refused because of "rules of escrow" and then told me he'd refund to the coinbase account...bunch of bullshit never happened now here we are.
...

@Ognasty
Have you send any refund? Can you share where you send it including proof of signed message from the original sending address?
Some reaction of yours would help a lot ( simple reply "This user is a liar and an attempted scammer" is not enough)
What you mean by:
...  I follow the rules of my escrow service to protect honest users.
??
I can see 3 rules in your ANN thread. And only 2nd one seems to be applicable for this case (which means you shopuld provide proof asked above).

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July 23, 2017, 01:47:37 AM
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Also, OGnasty...can you prove that you're yourself by another means? It should be easy, just go outside and take a picture of your house again...we've all seen it.
I LOL'ed so hard at that, I think my diaper is compromised, and you can quote me on that.

You're like that guy who wanted a picture of someone with a shoe on his head, holding out a sign with his name on it.  How about a signed message?  And even that is more than I suspect he'll think he needs to prove.  Also, the more threads you create, the worse you make yourself look, like all these people with the Lauda threads.  Just quit while you're ahead and let the community be the judge.

you're like that guy that laughs at other people's misfortunes

it's funny how many smart people are so pathetic without honor or integrity
I'm not laughing at you, but your expectations seem to be a little, eh, inflated.  I don't wish you ill by any means,  but the multiple threads and negs left for people who are just posting their opinion,  that's not working in your favor thus far.  Has OGnasty addressed your claims specifically?   I'm waiting for that to happen,  if it ever does.  I'm not smart, just a fed up, jaded, cynical human being.

Edit:  I don't know, it looks like OGnasty is doing just as he said he was doing, which is avoiding a scam scenario.  Meh, not my fight here.

How the hell am I supposed to support the community
Yeah, well, this whole community is pretty messed up at its core.

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July 23, 2017, 01:48:31 AM
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I guess this is the escrowed transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/108d84856eae891f06a3ea1359be26ed3c690bdfc195a099187299ac6714c611
Right?

and I see no refund transactions to sending address tought OP stated:
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He refused because of "rules of escrow" and then told me he'd refund to the coinbase account...bunch of bullshit never happened now here we are.
...

@Ognasty
Have you send any refund? Can you share where you send it including proof of signed message from the original sending address?
Some reaction of yours would help a lot ( simple reply "This user is a liar and an attempted scammer" is not enough)
What you mean by:
...  I follow the rules of my escrow service to protect honest users.
??
I can see 3 rules in your ANN thread. And only 2nd one seems to be applicable for this case (which means you shopuld provide proof asked above).


Yes, that is the escrow transaction.

OG repeatedly said he was sending me the money and just decided to flake...what's the best way to set a bounty?
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July 23, 2017, 01:49:31 AM
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What happened that resulted in the escrow failing? Is there any chance the trade will go through.

AFAICT, OgNasty has not yet refunded the transaction back to the coinbase sending address. This is good and means that you have some options. You can allow OgNasty access to your coinbase account so that he can personally view the transaction, and refund the BTC to a coinbase deposit address associated with that same coinbase account -- I am not sure he would be willing to do this. You may be able to contact coinbase support and ask them to sign a specific message instructing OgNasty to refund the BTC in escrow to a specific address -- I am unsure that coinbase support will be able to do this for you, and I am unsure that OgNasty would be willing to accept this. Lastly, you can contact coinbase support to let them know about the anticipated refund to 144iVv9TmbCNtPugsfWCfj9KWwqjfwyR29 and ask them to confirm that they will give you credit for this deposit, hopefully this is not a deposit address for someone else -- I don't know that coinbase would be willing to do this.

Otherwise you can try to negotiate a resolution with OgNasty. OgNasty does have a certain set of rules to protect himself and the integrity of the trades he facilitates. I would expect that any resolution that OgNasty agrees to would involve the expiration of a decent amount of time without anyone claiming ownership of the BTC being held by OgNasty if his rules are not going to be followed. 

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July 23, 2017, 01:50:55 AM
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I'm not laughing at you, but your expectations seem to be a little, eh, inflated.  I don't wish you ill by any means,  but the multiple threads and negs left for people who are just posting their opinion,  that's not working in your favor thus far.  Has OGnasty addressed your claims specifically?   I'm waiting for that to happen,  if it ever does.  I'm not smart, just a fed up, jaded, cynical human being.

Oh believe me this is the best output for my anger...all the small animals in the neighborhood will sleep tonight.

And I'm fed up too...I just wanted to help some noob.

How the hell am I supposed to support the community if the escrow can't escrow properly.
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July 23, 2017, 01:57:32 AM
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I guess this is the escrowed transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/108d84856eae891f06a3ea1359be26ed3c690bdfc195a099187299ac6714c611
Right?

and I see no refund transactions to sending address tought OP stated:
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He refused because of "rules of escrow" and then told me he'd refund to the coinbase account...bunch of bullshit never happened now here we are.
...

@Ognasty
Have you send any refund? Can you share where you send it including proof of signed message from the original sending address?
Some reaction of yours would help a lot ( simple reply "This user is a liar and an attempted scammer" is not enough)
What you mean by:
...  I follow the rules of my escrow service to protect honest users.
??
I can see 3 rules in your ANN thread. And only 2nd one seems to be applicable for this case (which means you shopuld provide proof asked above).


Yes, that is the escrow transaction.

OG repeatedly said he was sending me the money and just decided to flake...what's the best way to set a bounty?

OK, obviously BTCs was not returned to sending address but still would rather wait for OGs opinion (maybe he can prove you asked to return BTCs to other addy with signed message) before giving you any advice.

EDIT: Based on your post above it seems you have finaly calmed down. Which is good for you (anger kills) and all of us because now it's much better to communicate with you as I have seen some your reactions in other related threads (and there is bunch of them) and started feeling It's not worth any further discussion with you.
I'm sorry for you loss and can't guarantee you to get your money back. But I would love to help finding the wrong guy here and mark him to prevent further scam attempts.

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July 23, 2017, 02:15:37 AM
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I may have missed it but I don't see where OG made his escrow rules clear so if that didn't happen that's a knock on him.  It isn't in his sig.  I do see why he has those rules though and can't knock him for that.  Did the rules get exchanged beforehand?
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