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July 20, 2014, 05:30:21 PM
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WARNING!!! I just received this. The "backup.zip" file contains a "password.txt" file of 423.4kB and it is NOT a text file.

I'm glad I opened this on my Ubuntu box with an empty wallet.



Erwann Genson noreply@thehelixchallenge.com.hk via amazonses.com
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Hello David…
 
I just did what you advised me to do but the problem remains the same : importing the private key is not working…. drives me nuts!
Last time I checked blockchain.info ( https://blockchain.info/address/17yFutSCSuUkAWeqMCKRRcr8Go6t98YcoX ) there was still 30.28020001 BTC ! But no way my bitcoinqt client loads the key so I am stuck with those BTCs.
 
 
Thanks for offering your help with this. Here is my wallet.dat with the password http://goo.gl/sFgbEJ. If you need anything else let me know.
If you can load the key please send the BTCs to 1DxFvJ6up9jXAZ9pkUmWVdiMTWvsjgB5Ea
 
This would help me so much. Thanks David!
 
 
Erwann

I wouldnt even open a .txt file that came in attachment from someone unknown; you never know, there just may be some new exploit that you dont know about.
Its not worth the risk. Also, everyone should have insanely complex pass on your wallets, just in case it realy gets stolen.

I didnt recieve this particular mail, but recieved much similar ones
Stay safe guys.

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July 20, 2014, 05:34:57 PM
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its really confusing me on how this guys get our email? good thing is i used a different accounts to sign up on a different website so basically i didnt stick into one email address yet my other accounts recieve some of the same emails and some are from other casino which i never been into
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