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November 17, 2017, 01:32:15 PM
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I can't believe this is happening. We must find ways to secure our accounts from hackers. I believe there are ways to show a hacked account is yours through signing of signatures. In the meantime use stronger passwords.

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November 17, 2017, 04:38:58 PM
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I wondering how Taras want to fund this loan. The collateral is just worth of 0.002+ bitcoins
Probably he miscalculate Huh, there is no other explanation, I am sure that the money is already lost..
Uh.. whoops... my calculator still has the number on the screen and it's 10 times higher than that... Embarrassed

I did have success shorting the LTC so now it almost covers the loan amount..

edit: It's been a few days so I tagged OP for now. With the BTC price rise the collateral now most certainly does not cover the loan amount.

Very glad I found this.
Handytxg was an old account of mine that was a hacked a little bit back.
The hacker/scammer managed to somehow deplete all my LTC funds at the time (3.5LTC); Probably lack of oversight on my end.
Nonetheless, I'm still trying to gather back as much LTC as I can  Embarrassed
I apologize this had to happen to anyone. I hope the hacker did not get anyone else.
Despite the current rise in BTC, I still feel morally obligated to pay Taras back his .008 loan to keep things positive.

Taras, where should the funds be sent to?

We must put a stop to these hackers and scammers!
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November 17, 2017, 06:24:54 PM
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Insane, can't figure out, how this is even happening. Taras is expirienced user and he was scamed.
That dirtbag just waited for a pray and all is over in a matter of seconds.
Can we just do the math and if it is to good to be true, then probably is not.
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November 17, 2017, 09:59:01 PM
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I wondering how Taras want to fund this loan. The collateral is just worth of 0.002+ bitcoins
Probably he miscalculate Huh, there is no other explanation, I am sure that the money is already lost..
Uh.. whoops... my calculator still has the number on the screen and it's 10 times higher than that... Embarrassed

I did have success shorting the LTC so now it almost covers the loan amount..

edit: It's been a few days so I tagged OP for now. With the BTC price rise the collateral now most certainly does not cover the loan amount.

Very glad I found this.
Handytxg was an old account of mine that was a hacked a little bit back.
The hacker/scammer managed to somehow deplete all my LTC funds at the time (3.5LTC); Probably lack of oversight on my end.
Nonetheless, I'm still trying to gather back as much LTC as I can  Embarrassed
I apologize this had to happen to anyone. I hope the hacker did not get anyone else.
Despite the current rise in BTC, I still feel morally obligated to pay Taras back his .008 loan to keep things positive.

Taras, where should the funds be sent to?

We must put a stop to these hackers and scammers!

If its true that is your account then i find it very hard to believe it was hacked.
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November 18, 2017, 03:00:14 AM
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I wondering how Taras want to fund this loan. The collateral is just worth of 0.002+ bitcoins
Probably he miscalculate Huh, there is no other explanation, I am sure that the money is already lost..
Uh.. whoops... my calculator still has the number on the screen and it's 10 times higher than that... Embarrassed

I did have success shorting the LTC so now it almost covers the loan amount..

edit: It's been a few days so I tagged OP for now. With the BTC price rise the collateral now most certainly does not cover the loan amount.

Very glad I found this.
Handytxg was an old account of mine that was a hacked a little bit back.
The hacker/scammer managed to somehow deplete all my LTC funds at the time (3.5LTC); Probably lack of oversight on my end.
Nonetheless, I'm still trying to gather back as much LTC as I can  Embarrassed
I apologize this had to happen to anyone. I hope the hacker did not get anyone else.
Despite the current rise in BTC, I still feel morally obligated to pay Taras back his .008 loan to keep things positive.

Taras, where should the funds be sent to?

We must put a stop to these hackers and scammers!

Hi there, that's very nice of you to consider returning the money! But you should know that this heist was my fault, not yours. I accidentally let OP get away with using very low collateral and I paid the price for it. Embarrassed

That said, I can't in good conscience turn down a donation if you still want to make it. You can send it to 1TarasQyKwPJRuod6qwh7n8BjMHC49ZNY if you like. Smiley

Moral of the thread is always double check your calculations. It sucks that I've been scammed, but at least this thread can be an educational resource for not just me but any other lenders or potential lenders watching it.

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November 21, 2017, 09:21:37 AM
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Very glad I found this.
Handytxg was an old account of mine that was a hacked a little bit back.
The hacker/scammer managed to somehow deplete all my LTC funds at the time (3.5LTC); Probably lack of oversight on my end.
Nonetheless, I'm still trying to gather back as much LTC as I can  Embarrassed
I apologize this had to happen to anyone. I hope the hacker did not get anyone else.
Despite the current rise in BTC, I still feel morally obligated to pay Taras back his .008 loan to keep things positive.

Taras, where should the funds be sent to?

We must put a stop to these hackers and scammers!

Be careful he is the real hacker, I'm the real owner of this account, suddenly I have bad rep from asking for lending which I didn't do it..
Too bad for him I change the password before he scam more people. But I fell bad didn't stop him on time.
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November 21, 2017, 09:38:36 PM
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Very glad I found this.
Handytxg was an old account of mine that was a hacked a little bit back.
The hacker/scammer managed to somehow deplete all my LTC funds at the time (3.5LTC); Probably lack of oversight on my end.
Nonetheless, I'm still trying to gather back as much LTC as I can  Embarrassed
I apologize this had to happen to anyone. I hope the hacker did not get anyone else.
Despite the current rise in BTC, I still feel morally obligated to pay Taras back his .008 loan to keep things positive.

Taras, where should the funds be sent to?

We must put a stop to these hackers and scammers!

Be careful he is the real hacker, I'm the real owner of this account, suddenly I have bad rep from asking for lending which I didn't do it..
Too bad for him I change the password before he scam more people. But I fell bad didn't stop him on time.
According to your profile, that account's password wasn't changed in the last 30 days, and I funded your loan less than 30 days ago. Huh

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November 22, 2017, 03:42:08 PM
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The hacker didn't change my password. He used my password. I did not come here often anymore that is why I was late to realize that someone use my account to scam people. I just know someone used my account when you pm my account because its linked to my email.
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November 23, 2017, 06:09:28 PM
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The hacker didn't change my password. He used my password. I did not come here often anymore that is why I was late to realize that someone use my account to scam people. I just know someone used my account when you pm my account because its linked to my email.

If that were true, don't you think that you, the supposed account owner, should probably change the password to keep the hacker out? Or if you, the hacker, should change the password of the account making it impossible to be retrieved? Neither party changed the password. This doesn't add up, I simply cannot believe this account was used by more than one person in the last 30 days.

If you want that red mark removed, you should pay the amount you've incurred. You've wasted that account on such a petty dispute.

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December 01, 2017, 08:25:49 AM
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How do you know its not change in last 30 days??
It is changed, here is the proof on my email, its on NOV 15, 2 days before CPN94 claim he is the real owner and tell he was hacked.

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December 02, 2017, 09:00:36 PM
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This is a real detective story, which I encountered willing to maybe lend a little ...  Cry  Everybody must be very carefull  Shocked
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December 07, 2017, 08:23:30 AM
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I am sure you can take this up with an admin, who can see the IPs accessing your account etc.
this should settle the login / password issues once for all.

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