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September 17, 2017, 12:51:24 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2135109.msg21346417#msg21346417

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2111602.0


why he doesnt get bad raputation for selling accounts
i saw  that this activity is shady spammy etc and therefore he untrustworthy user or something like this ?
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September 17, 2017, 01:07:07 AM
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It doesn't mean much, but I tagged the guy for doing that.  Account farming is responsible for a large part of why this forum is going down the toilet.  Shitposting, scamming, etc. 

OP, why are you so concerned that he didn't get a neg?  DT people don't routinely tag account sellers, so I would say most of them have trust that's clean.  Plus he and many others create throwaway accounts to do their deals with.  Neg trust is appropriate but seldom helps.



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September 17, 2017, 01:10:47 AM
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It doesn't mean much, but I tagged the guy for doing that.  Account farming is responsible for a large part of why this forum is going down the toilet.  Shitposting, scamming, etc.  

OP, why are you so concerned that he didn't get a neg?  DT people don't routinely tag account sellers, so I would say most of them have trust that's clean.  Plus he and many others create throwaway accounts to do their deals with.  Neg trust is appropriate but seldom helps.

He has 2 accounts pl have a look.

Regarding your question

After realizing how bad trading accounts is, and how it can ruin the forum in all terms (spam, scam, shady behavior etc)
i want to devote myself and lark for those users, and publish their names here once in a while to make it a safer place to be.
after all, those vendor sell accounts In quantities to many users and if we can locate the root and act we can eliminate this criminal activity.
as former account trader, i now understand how unrightful it for both (forum and those who make the signature campaigns) it is.

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