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October 09, 2015, 10:18:58 AM
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i tried the services without success
however thank you !
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October 10, 2015, 10:25:19 PM
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I´m going to try the service. Hope I get positive result. I'll be posting them here.
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October 14, 2015, 06:46:22 AM
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I tried wallet recovery service because I was not smart enough to remember my password. The person I talk to was Dave and he crack the password and retrieve my coins. Everything turns out ok. He is not a scammer. Thanks Dave.
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October 17, 2015, 05:33:33 PM
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Greetings Everyone!

I recently had the pleasure of utilizing wallet recovery services and thought I'd share my experience. I had recently lost the password to a wallet file I had that contained .56 BTC.  With no other options and after reading  his posts on BTC and his instructions on his website, I decided to give it a go. I messaged him with all the information he requested on his site. I DID NOT send him my wallet file. I utilized his python script and extracted the data requested along with my last known working password. He had emailed me my passphrase in under 12 hours and I was able to extract my coins to a different wallet. I happily paid the 20% requested. Loosing 20% is certainly way better than 100%!  

Utilize this service with full faith and confidence!!!  

Thanks again for your time and effort!!!  

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wonderful! I especially like how you used the option of NOT sending your wallet.dat.

One question: what was the difference between the "last known working password" and "your passphrase"?

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October 17, 2015, 09:51:52 PM
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Greetings Everyone!

I recently had the pleasure of utilizing wallet recovery services and thought I'd share my experience. I had recently lost the password to a wallet file I had that contained .56 BTC.  With no other options and after reading  his posts on BTC and his instructions on his website, I decided to give it a go. I messaged him with all the information he requested on his site. I DID NOT send him my wallet file. I utilized his python script and extracted the data requested along with my last known working password. He had emailed me my passphrase in under 12 hours and I was able to extract my coins to a different wallet. I happily paid the 20% requested. Loosing 20% is certainly way better than 100%!  

Utilize this service with full faith and confidence!!!  

Thanks again for your time and effort!!!  

~kap-one~

wonderful! I especially like how you used the option of NOT sending your wallet.dat.

One question: what was the difference between the "last known working password" and "your passphrase"?


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November 10, 2015, 10:59:13 AM
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Let me explain to you my real case here.
I have a friend who ecrypted his wallet but he forgot the password for his 5 BTC coins and started a thread here on bitcointalk.org for any hints to recover the password.
I have been recommended walletrecoveryservices.com and I decided to give it a shot since I have nothing to lose.
I have contacted Dave and he replied me a few hours later, he asked for my wallet and a few hints of what I tought the password could be and asked me if I agree with a 20 % fee, only if he managed to crack the password.
The next day in the morning he mailed me that he decrypted the wallet, he took the 20 % we agreed first on, and send me the rest of the BTC to a wallet of my request.

Thank you so much Dave !
I do recommend his service to anyone who lost his password and has no way of recovering it.


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November 11, 2015, 12:53:57 PM
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After All the perfect reviews and not one bad word that i could find about wallet recovery services i did not hesitate at all a send him a copy of the info in my confirmation email from when I set up my wallet instead of using the python script. That was 2 weeks ago, and I have not heard one word about anything from him although when I sought him out he responded within almost minutes. I have sent two emails to him since and get no response, does anyone know if anything happened to him? I hate to say he got my coin and ran but I don't know what else to do. And I know I should have used the script so I didn't have to send my.dat file but really didn't think a few hundred dollars would be a cause for concern with a perfect reputation as such. I trust way to easy sometimes. So please I don't need to hear the obvious brow beating about what I should have done. I was just happy that my kids would have a good Christmas this year as I put a little back here and there into btc over several months. Now I guess I am back to the beginning. Sad
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I sent 2 ETH wallets (which I could loosely remember the password) to Dave. He created and adapted his tools to crack the wallets according to Ethereum's format and was very successful doing it. Everything went smoothly. I offered to pay him a % of total value and he sent back the remaining amount as well. I recommend his services. He's very professional and honest in what he does. +1

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January 02, 2016, 08:51:18 PM
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After All the perfect reviews and not one bad word that i could find about wallet recovery services i did not hesitate at all a send him a copy of the info in my confirmation email from when I set up my wallet instead of using the python script. That was 2 weeks ago, and I have not heard one word about anything from him although when I sought him out he responded within almost minutes. I have sent two emails to him since and get no response, does anyone know if anything happened to him? I hate to say he got my coin and ran but I don't know what else to do. And I know I should have used the script so I didn't have to send my.dat file but really didn't think a few hundred dollars would be a cause for concern with a perfect reputation as such. I trust way to easy sometimes. So please I don't need to hear the obvious brow beating about what I should have done. I was just happy that my kids would have a good Christmas this year as I put a little back here and there into btc over several months. Now I guess I am back to the beginning. Sad
Hi GeneralZod333
Sorry if I haven't replied swiftly to you. Things have been a bit hectic at times over this holiday season.
I certainly haven't run off with your coins!
If you send me another email, I will have another look at your problem.
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January 02, 2016, 09:10:29 PM
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I sent you a email.

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January 03, 2016, 01:29:53 AM
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I sent you a email.
Hi TheGrimm.
Good. I have emailed you back...
Cheers
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January 03, 2016, 02:42:39 AM
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I sent you a email.
Hi TheGrimm.
Good. I have emailed you back...
Cheers
Dave Bitcoin

Awesome, emailed you back, hopefully something is there.

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January 03, 2016, 06:11:18 AM
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We really need this kind of service glad that I have this thread and judging from the responses of the users and the testimonials from their page it seems a legit service i have no account to recover password but definitely will recommend this service when one of my friend lost her password hopefully many service of this kind will come out

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Good. I have emailed you back...
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Yes I know, was more sarcastic humour born out of frustration with Walletbit/BIPS and their refusal to address my issue Smiley

Did anyone ever get their bitcoin back from Walletbit/BIPS? Still pisses me off to this day they stole my bitcoin yet still continue to operate.
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February 18, 2016, 02:46:12 PM
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Hi. At once I want to apologize for the English, it is not my native language. Therefore perhaps there are a lot of mistakes in the text.

I ask community to help to understand to me in the circumstances. The person for the help in selection of the forgotten password for the BTC of a purse asked me recently. The purse had balance 100 BTC. I included the program and some time without success tried to find its password. Then to reduce search time I decided to ask for the help more qualified specialists. And readings information in a network I found the DAVE BITCOIN http://www.walletrecoveryservices.com/service in a search result

I contacted Dave E-mail: walletrecoveryservices@gmail.com, is lower a correspondence screen. Where told it a situation. And Dave agreed to help with selection of the password for payment of 20% of the sum. I installed the program which is recommended on the site Dave and which allegedly has to subtract the password from confidential keys after dump. But actually, as it appeared there is something other and Dave receives as a result of decoding not the password the phrase and your private keys. Also can do then with your coins anything and not return them to you.

http://mega.nz/#!1k1RxYiY!KeFL0-WCDFOmDfFnokCBUhYsX6j3f1LxT38iuWNZxy8

All archive after dump was sent to pywallet.py 17.02.2016 at 1.01 o'clock local time.
Lower link to archive and screen. It is sent to the address DaveBitcoin walletrecoveryservices@gmail .com,

Wallet100BTC-Info.zip

After a while 8-10 hours of a coin from a purse were transferred by someone to other address. Here link to transaction: https://blockexplorer.com/tx/d298a4010c034e31290077b332102457ebdd8cbf1d1b22b15404fadf695d0db4

After that Dave didn't contact some hours. But late at night he at last wrote. He writes me, the purse was stolen and other owner, I at Dave had an address E-mail to which contacted the new owner and it type translated coins. It Dave as if has no relation to transaction any more.

It guarded me and I wrote the response letter of Dave where asked to provide correspondence or the Email address new, allegedly the owner of a purse. For clearing of a situation. I didn't receive the answer to this request.

The next morning the owner of a purse who initially asked me for the help contacted, I depicted to it a situation as is. He assured me that he is the real owner but not someone another and asked to return quicker to it it BTC.

Now I have a difficult situation on the one hand the owner of a purse who demands to return its sum. On the other side of Dave which used means but doesn't wish to return necessary part back. How to me to arrive? I have obligations to the owner of a purse, perhaps I should collect the necessary sum. Therefore all possible donations can be directed on the address: 1J7VXXp78o1zuSoxZYr5e9zvdSe9ybspEX
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Hi. At once I want to apologize for the English, it is not my native language. Therefore perhaps there are a lot of mistakes in the text.

I ask community to help to understand to me in the circumstances. The person for the help in selection of the forgotten password for the BTC of a purse asked me recently. The purse had balance 100 BTC. I included the program and some time without success tried to find its password. Then to reduce search time I decided to ask for the help more qualified specialists. And readings information in a network I found the DAVE BITCOIN http://www.walletrecoveryservices.com/service in a search result

I contacted Dave E-mail: walletrecoveryservices@gmail.com, is lower a correspondence screen. Where told it a situation. And Dave agreed to help with selection of the password for payment of 20% of the sum. I installed the program which is recommended on the site Dave and which allegedly has to subtract the password from confidential keys after dump. But actually, as it appeared there is something other and Dave receives as a result of decoding not the password the phrase and your private keys. Also can do then with your coins anything and not return them to you.



All archive after dump was sent to pywallet.py 17.02.2016 at 1.01 o'clock local time.
Lower link to archive and screen. It is sent to the address DaveBitcoin walletrecoveryservices@gmail .com,

Wallet100BTC-Info.zip

After a while 8-10 hours of a coin from a purse were transferred by someone to other address. Here link to transaction: https://blockexplorer.com/tx/d298a4010c034e31290077b332102457ebdd8cbf1d1b22b15404fadf695d0db4

After that Dave didn't contact some hours. But late at night he at last wrote. He writes me, the purse was stolen and other owner, I at Dave had an address E-mail to which contacted the new owner and it type translated coins. It Dave as if has no relation to transaction any more.

It guarded me and I wrote the response letter of Dave where asked to provide correspondence or the Email address new, allegedly the owner of a purse. For clearing of a situation. I didn't receive the answer to this request.

The next morning the owner of a purse who initially asked me for the help contacted, I depicted to it a situation as is. He assured me that he is the real owner but not someone another and asked to return quicker to it it BTC.

Now I have a difficult situation on the one hand the owner of a purse who demands to return its sum. On the other side of Dave which used means but doesn't wish to return necessary part back. How to me to arrive? I have obligations to the owner of a purse, perhaps I should collect the necessary sum. Therefore all possible donations can be directed on the address: 1J7VXXp78o1zuSoxZYr5e9zvdSe9ybspEX

This is the third time I have seen this post from the same person it's spamming the forum on my first comment I ask him to change his post to a more understandable version ,but he is not doing it i doubt if he really is honest he just want to solicit bitcoins to all of us 

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February 19, 2016, 11:45:29 AM
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This is the third time I have seen this post from the same person it's spamming the forum on my first comment I ask him to change his post to a more understandable version ,but he is not doing it i doubt if he really is honest he just want to solicit bitcoins to all of us  

he also posted it on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/46fcfo/wwwwalletrecoveryservicescom_scam/

I asked questions about his story and clarified Dave couldn't steal his coins if he followed instructions.

No answer or clarifications on story. Also not to other posters there.

I guess it's just a ploy to get coins. Albeit it can't be very successfull I assume becuase the story is really hard to understand.

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February 19, 2016, 11:50:01 AM
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@Dave: I've always wondered: how do you make sure you get your cut in case someone used the method where he doesn't share the keys?

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