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May 18, 2013, 05:00:08 PM
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After being scammed since 4/30/13 by Richard Vialoux, I have decided to start taking action. I went ahead started contacting the proper people to get mc_lovins website subject to shutdown as a scam site. An investigation has begun by one of the many agencies that this ordeal will be brought to the attention of. Today I will contact a few more agencies and tomorrow I should finish having all the investigations opened.

Since one of the investigations started I finally received an email response. The issue still has not been taken care of though. I responded to the email and have not received any replies.

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Name: Richard Vialoux
Alias: mc_lovin
Email: info@coinurl.com
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May 18, 2013, 05:05:03 PM
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Maybe you should post some details of how you were scammed.
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May 18, 2013, 06:10:40 PM
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Okay seriously now? What is your problem? 

I emailed you three times yesterday.  You send me an email like 2 weeks ago about missing funds, which is actually just the bid being lower nowadays than it used to be.  On CoinURL, if people aren't bidding very high, we don't magically give you more money than the bid. 

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May 18, 2013, 06:12:20 PM
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I think I just banned OP's alt (Name:   theym0s Suppors Scammers) for spamming like crazy in the newbie subsection. Apparently his current account got banned as theymos was 'protecting' mc_lovin, who scammed him out of about 10 cents USD.  Roll Eyes

A background search shows OP of being defrauded of a few cents by BTCJam from network fees too before.  Roll Eyes

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May 18, 2013, 06:12:35 PM
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Jeez, you put it in your signature too?  What do you want, 0.01 BTC for free or something?  You need to earn the money, through clicks on your website.  Bitcoinsocially is actually quite a low traffic website.  Your earnings are about average for a website like yours.

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"Clicks pending for a week already? 0.00000450 for 2 weeks and 5 clicks pending as far back as April 30th. Whats going on this month?"

Oh it wasn't even a penny.  $0.00054 USD. 

The site is so low of traffic. 

Also we started doing payouts a bit differently.  Instead of how the site was originally designed, before I purchased in it January where you would click 1 button to approve all the clicks on the entire site, we are doing them on a per-user basis.  Users who are getting 5 or more clicks per day will probably be processed in 24-48 hours. 

Users with just 1 or 2 clicks is not really that big of a priority.  Once you get a few more clicks in, then we can determine many factors about your account to try and filter out who are the honest ones.  Google Adsense doesn't pay you within a day or two, if you only get a few clicks a month well Google will pay you in 5 years maybe. 

We just had some rampant cheaters, people selling bots, scripts, and running click rings. 

Now we have a full suite of analysis tools, I have hired/partnered with some advertising elite which have brought our administration process into the 21st century.  I don't want to go into the details of our process to reveal how it works for security reasons.

OP, how come you always forget to mention that you are running a CoinURL clicks exchange on bitcoinsocially.com?

You realize all of your members are going to get banned from CoinURL because of this.

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May 18, 2013, 07:01:01 PM
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This guy is a real asshole. Who spams me and the forum over less than $0.01?

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May 18, 2013, 07:11:55 PM
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This is so sad.

I hate kids.
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May 18, 2013, 10:07:26 PM
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This is so sad.

I hate kids.

This literally makes me weep for humanity.

OP, please do tell us of HOW Mc_lovin has scammed you out of ANY money, as from reading this forum post, I see nothing that he has done to harm you. All I see is someone that is attention seeking and is willing to do demoralized things such as try to shut an honest man's website down, just so that you can get a couple of dollars. You make me sick.

I myself am not that old, and it is something that I am proud of to be young and some heavily involved in Bitcoins, however it is people like you that give people like me a hard time of trusting in the Bitcoin community.

So yes, I feel that thanks is in order and on behalf of you I shall apologize to Mc_lovin for the UNNECESSARY trouble which you have caused him.


Thanks, Matt.
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May 19, 2013, 12:01:27 AM
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An investigation has begun by one of the many agencies that this ordeal will be brought to the attention of.

Inquiring minds wish to know.

This is so sad.

I hate kids.

This literally makes me weep for humanity.

OP, please do tell us of HOW Mc_lovin has scammed you out of ANY money, as from reading this forum post, I see nothing that he has done to harm you. All I see is someone that is attention seeking and is willing to do demoralized things such as try to shut an honest man's website down, just so that you can get a couple of dollars. You make me sick.

I myself am not that old, and it is something that I am proud of to be young and some heavily involved in Bitcoins, however it is people like you that give people like me a hard time of trusting in the Bitcoin community.

So yes, I feel that thanks is in order and on behalf of you I shall apologize to Mc_lovin for the UNNECESSARY trouble which you have caused him.


Thanks, Matt.

Here's the story:

Some guy ran some "advertising" site, which paid nothing at all and which nobody used. Some of the nobody who used it were owed nothing by the site for the absent ads that it didn't run. With me so far?

Good! So the server bills exceeded the owner's allowance, and he decided to "sell it", in the following manner: somebody takes over the site but he keeps the Bitcoin balance supposedly accrued for himself. Sort of like, you know, a bankrupt state corporation privatizing, except scaled down 1:10,000,000,000 or thereabouts. All this process involved a deluge of words inversely proportional, I think the announcement was almost as long as one of usagi's introductory posts.

That person is this mc_lovin/Richard Vialoux character, who is really famous because he came up with this idea of creating a Global Scam Exchange asset which consisted of pooling money to buy dubious PMBs and then using the dividends to buy lottery tickets. This plan was warmly received by the collection of retards inhabiting this forum, and was going to go places except GLBSE imploded about fifty hours later, under the weight of similarly well conceived, thought through plans (plus Goat's Pirate passthrough toxic waste).

So now: some people have a claim for about half a cigarette butt against either this guy or that guy, and they're vigorously prosecuting it to the fullest extent available under internet law. This means they're emailing "one of the many agencies" each day.

That about sums up the situation.

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May 19, 2013, 02:09:06 AM
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An investigation has begun by one of the many agencies that this ordeal will be brought to the attention of.

Inquiring minds wish to know.

This is so sad.

I hate kids.

This literally makes me weep for humanity.

OP, please do tell us of HOW Mc_lovin has scammed you out of ANY money, as from reading this forum post, I see nothing that he has done to harm you. All I see is someone that is attention seeking and is willing to do demoralized things such as try to shut an honest man's website down, just so that you can get a couple of dollars. You make me sick.

I myself am not that old, and it is something that I am proud of to be young and some heavily involved in Bitcoins, however it is people like you that give people like me a hard time of trusting in the Bitcoin community.

So yes, I feel that thanks is in order and on behalf of you I shall apologize to Mc_lovin for the UNNECESSARY trouble which you have caused him.


Thanks, Matt.

Here's the story:

Some guy ran some "advertising" site, which paid nothing at all and which nobody used. Some of the nobody who used it were owed nothing by the site for the absent ads that it didn't run. With me so far?

Good! So the server bills exceeded the owner's allowance, and he decided to "sell it", in the following manner: somebody takes over the site but he keeps the Bitcoin balance supposedly accrued for himself. Sort of like, you know, a bankrupt state corporation privatizing, except scaled down 1:10,000,000,000 or thereabouts. All this process involved a deluge of words inversely proportional, I think the announcement was almost as long as one of usagi's introductory posts.

That person is this mc_lovin/Richard Vialoux character, who is really famous because he came up with this idea of creating a Global Scam Exchange asset which consisted of pooling money to buy dubious PMBs and then using the dividends to buy lottery tickets. This plan was warmly received by the collection of retards inhabiting this forum, and was going to go places except GLBSE imploded about fifty hours later, under the weight of similarly well conceived, thought through plans (plus Goat's Pirate passthrough toxic waste).

So now: some people have a claim for about half a cigarette butt against either this guy or that guy, and they're vigorously prosecuting it to the fullest extent available under internet law. This means they're emailing "one of the many agencies" each day.

That about sums up the situation.
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May 19, 2013, 03:37:33 AM
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An investigation has begun by one of the many agencies that this ordeal will be brought to the attention of.

Inquiring minds wish to know.

This is so sad.

I hate kids.

This literally makes me weep for humanity.

OP, please do tell us of HOW Mc_lovin has scammed you out of ANY money, as from reading this forum post, I see nothing that he has done to harm you. All I see is someone that is attention seeking and is willing to do demoralized things such as try to shut an honest man's website down, just so that you can get a couple of dollars. You make me sick.

I myself am not that old, and it is something that I am proud of to be young and some heavily involved in Bitcoins, however it is people like you that give people like me a hard time of trusting in the Bitcoin community.

So yes, I feel that thanks is in order and on behalf of you I shall apologize to Mc_lovin for the UNNECESSARY trouble which you have caused him.


Thanks, Matt.

Here's the story:

Some guy ran some "advertising" site, which paid nothing at all and which nobody used. Some of the nobody who used it were owed nothing by the site for the absent ads that it didn't run. With me so far?

Good! So the server bills exceeded the owner's allowance, and he decided to "sell it", in the following manner: somebody takes over the site but he keeps the Bitcoin balance supposedly accrued for himself. Sort of like, you know, a bankrupt state corporation privatizing, except scaled down 1:10,000,000,000 or thereabouts. All this process involved a deluge of words inversely proportional, I think the announcement was almost as long as one of usagi's introductory posts.

That person is this mc_lovin/Richard Vialoux character, who is really famous because he came up with this idea of creating a Global Scam Exchange asset which consisted of pooling money to buy dubious PMBs and then using the dividends to buy lottery tickets. This plan was warmly received by the collection of retards inhabiting this forum, and was going to go places except GLBSE imploded about fifty hours later, under the weight of similarly well conceived, thought through plans (plus Goat's Pirate passthrough toxic waste).

So now: some people have a claim for about half a cigarette butt against either this guy or that guy, and they're vigorously prosecuting it to the fullest extent available under internet law. This means they're emailing "one of the many agencies" each day.

That about sums up the situation.
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May 19, 2013, 04:37:49 AM
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OP needs to be banned and blacklisted from bitcoin.

This post and the BTCJam post are just ridiculous.
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April 11, 2018, 11:40:52 AM
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And now what about CoinURL site and money? Mr.Vialoux can you describe a situation? Where is my (for example) money? Smiley
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