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November 20, 2017, 05:38:08 AM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Noted. Condolences for your 2k. Stay safe in future!
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November 20, 2017, 06:21:14 AM
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thank you information, in the future I will be more careful in stepping. so I will not be careless in sending BTC to someone else.
but what I want to ask is why you can order and send your BTC to aceimer.com? because at least to secure your wallet, you will not be careless.

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November 20, 2017, 06:24:17 AM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

When did you sent the btc and have you contacted aceminer customer support(if there`s any customer support)?I still can`t believe this.How is it possible people to sent 2000 USD worth of bitcoins to some unreliable online business without any good reputation and expect a  result other than being scammed.
Perhaps you won`t get your bitcoins back,but you should call the police and try to catch the scammer.
Scammers always leave a digital blueprint and there`s always a chance to reveal their real identity.

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November 20, 2017, 06:35:11 AM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr.  

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Sorry for your loss as well as the mistake you committed. Can you please post the proof of your transaction (the address from which you sent and the address they received it at, as well as a signed message from your "sent" address)?
You must have taken a screenshot of them showing the address where you sent your BTC as it would work way better and could even help you get a refund processed if they are found guilty.
They also have an online chat facility, if you can't try it out please show us your tx id and we will do it for you.

  
  
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November 20, 2017, 06:51:17 AM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr.  

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Sorry for your loss as well as the mistake you committed. Can you please post the proof of your transaction (the address from which you sent and the address they received it at, as well as a signed message from your "sent" address)?
You must have taken a screenshot of them showing the address where you sent your BTC as it would work way better and could even help you get a refund processed if they are found guilty.
They also have an online chat facility, if you can't try it out please show us your tx id and we will do it for you.

Thanks for the advice.  I can share the transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/906b8606a2cffd4fec594e37c100c3c8324d28d217768ea16a7c58f3958264e0

https://blockchain.info/tx/906b8606a2cffd4fec594e37c100c3c8324d28d217768ea16a7c58f3958264e0

I have the confirmation email where I sent the btc from.  And I have the transaction detail screenshot from the link above, but it’s unclear how I can undo the mistake at this point.  Everything I’ve read says once I send BTC it’s gone...I’m very open to advice if there is something specific I should do.

I emailed the company and it bounced back as undeliverable.  I did a Whois domain search and saw its Russian/maliasian hosted and registered only 8 days ago.  I should have checked that before placing the order.  The website was just too convincing and had faked user reviews on the site to help.

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November 20, 2017, 11:51:08 AM
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Mea culpa! Your mail was a couple of hours too late. I fell into the same trap....

I was rushing a bit too much and failed to do my due dilligence properly. Rushing is the enemy of safe and secure.

I will report them to my local internet crime unit but apart from that, nothing will happen, I am afraid. The best I can do is spread the word that bastards like them are at least obstructed in doing their crimes.

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November 20, 2017, 11:59:19 AM
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I was always surprised at the ease with which fraudsters can seize other people's money. I would never send such a large amount to an unknown individual. Perhaps the bitcoin community will come to the problem of fraud. Can be created by the transit Bank which will hold the funds until confirmation of the transaction from both sides.

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November 20, 2017, 12:03:13 PM
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What is wrong with you people? Do you think the world is Switzerland where everything s nice and pink?Huh?

How can you send money to an obvious scam proposal without reading anything about due diligence. Besides, who does home Bitcoin mining anymore, making money on that s nearly impossible.

Sorry for your loss, see it as a form of education. Hope to see you get that money back in future by investing into something else. I suggest DMD Diamond!

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November 20, 2017, 02:42:12 PM
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Mea culpa! Your mail was a couple of hours too late. I fell into the same trap....

I was rushing a bit too much and failed to do my due dilligence properly. Rushing is the enemy of safe and secure.

I will report them to my local internet crime unit but apart from that, nothing will happen, I am afraid. The best I can do is spread the word that bastards like them are at least obstructed in doing their crimes.



I’m sorry you also got taken. Thank you for sharing here.  I checked a quick google search for aceminers.com and this thread is now the number 2 search result with a nice warning right on the google search result page.   Hopefully this helps to shut them down. Even I tried to google them but at the time I ordered there was no review or information easy to spot.

This does make me wonder if bitcoin truest does have a future to go mainstream. If I made the same purchase mistake with my Visa, I would have my money back already.   Also for those surprised that this happens, think about your everyday life.  I make purchases all day every day.  I don’t have time to get every single vendor. I do mostly stick to common marketplaces, but when I do branch out I’m protected.   Unfortunately I’m realizing that bitcoin market has zero buyer protection.   I won’t say this has turned me off to bitcoin completely,  but the online buying process needs to evolve before I try this again.
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November 20, 2017, 04:02:24 PM
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It seems like there's an increasing number of people who have been fallen victim to these mining hardware selling sites these days. And most probably this aceminers.com is one of those frauds. As usual, I can't find a single review about them using google even though they claim to be # 1, so trusting these unknown sites are purely gamble. The reviews on their site are probably made up just from seeing their As Seen On Section on the bottom which are just images, If it was true it should be clickable where it redirects you to some article.




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This does make me wonder if bitcoin truest does have a future to go mainstream. If I made the same purchase mistake with my Visa, I would have my money back already.   Also for those surprised that this happens, think about your everyday life.  I make purchases all day every day.  I don’t have time to get every single vendor. I do mostly stick to common marketplaces, but when I do branch out I’m protected.   Unfortunately I’m realizing that bitcoin market has zero buyer protection.   I won’t say this has turned me off to bitcoin completely,  but the online buying process needs to evolve before I try this again.

The thing is bitcoin is different from those centralized payment systems so this changing of buying process you're talking about is not possible for bitcoin. Rather than changing it, shouldn't it be the users that has to change? and stop using these unknown shady sites

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November 20, 2017, 07:36:43 PM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr.  

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Sorry for your loss as well as the mistake you committed. Can you please post the proof of your transaction (the address from which you sent and the address they received it at, as well as a signed message from your "sent" address)?
You must have taken a screenshot of them showing the address where you sent your BTC as it would work way better and could even help you get a refund processed if they are found guilty.
They also have an online chat facility, if you can't try it out please show us your tx id and we will do it for you.

Thanks for the advice.  I can share the transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/906b8606a2cffd4fec594e37c100c3c8324d28d217768ea16a7c58f3958264e0

https://blockchain.info/tx/906b8606a2cffd4fec594e37c100c3c8324d28d217768ea16a7c58f3958264e0

I have the confirmation email where I sent the btc from.  And I have the transaction detail screenshot from the link above, but it’s unclear how I can undo the mistake at this point.  Everything I’ve read says once I send BTC it’s gone...I’m very open to advice if there is something specific I should do.

I emailed the company and it bounced back as undeliverable.  I did a Whois domain search and saw its Russian/maliasian hosted and registered only 8 days ago.  I should have checked that before placing the order.  The website was just too convincing and had faked user reviews on the site to help.


Sorry for you loss man and $2000 amount is really an expensive thing for you to learn off but well past is past and you cant really revert those transactions and the things you do said about checking should really be done before you do make transactions. Dont be easily fooled and always be keen on searching indications of fraud. As i have seen on the tx hash the site have been scammed 7 people already.

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November 20, 2017, 08:20:46 PM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Hey please report to this in scam accusation section bro. It will reported to all the people. If the person want to check the scam attempts most of the people choosing the investment. I am really pathetic to hear you loose more money in this site but please go with some trusted resource who really selling the product with the high trust. You will never recover the fund to transfered to that site.

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November 20, 2017, 10:49:47 PM
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Sorry for your loss mate. But how did they scammed you? Did you try to contacted the support? If they scammed you, next time buy directly at the bitmain although the price is higher but atleast you are assured that your goods will be delivered or look and buy at e-bay instead since they have a buyer protection incase they tried to scam you, they will give your money back. Good thing you learned your lesson.



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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Its really a hard lessons to learn buddy. There are a lot of scam sites out there trying to get advantages of bitcoin becoming famous. I guess this is just one of thousands websites out there victimizing unsuspecting individuals of their hard earn money.

Not to rub it in but you should be willing to pay premium if you are really into mining, there's no such thing as cheap mining hardware or at a discounted price. Anyways, yes, thank you for posting this here so that it will others who are thinking of buying on that website should have a fair warning.

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Confirming that You Really Get Scammed By That Greedy Site. Next Time you Have To Be Aware, You must Read and Search, We have Known Persons in this Forum Who can help You Buy Hardware's In Mining. A Very Expensive Lesson learned. 2k is Quite too Big for Me.

Better Thing to Do  is to Report That Site So Those Staffs and Developers Will be Punished according to The Law They Disregard with the proof you have The Transactions of Payment.

Refund for the Loss Money is impossible. so Sad But Educative. Thanks for the awareness in The information given and Condolence for the Loss.

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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

Its really a hard lessons to learn buddy. There are a lot of scam sites out there trying to get advantages of bitcoin becoming famous. I guess this is just one of thousands websites out there victimizing unsuspecting individuals of their hard earn money.

Not to rub it in but you should be willing to pay premium if you are really into mining, there's no such thing as cheap mining hardware or at a discounted price. Anyways, yes, thank you for posting this here so that it will others who are thinking of buying on that website should have a fair warning.
Its not just hard but a costly way on learning up things on our mistakes that we done.Just been suggested above it would be more appropriate to post this thread on scam accusations so that public would really be aware on this scam site and would avoid those newbies to fall on buying miners on this website.It is already obvious that this is just a fraud and just luring in people who are zero knowledge on these kind of things.
Sorry for your lose mate,i know its not easy since that amount isnt small after all.


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I am so surprised and shocked after reading op's post. How can you just sent 2000 dollars to a unknown site? Atleast before sending money, you could have asked about this site in this forum. I am sure if you had asked about this in this forum , you would not have sent that amount to this site. Keep this in mind.Always try to use reputed sites and if you are going to try some new sites, just get some reviews about it from this forum and if you are satisfied, you can use it.

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November 25, 2017, 01:28:22 AM
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I am so surprised and shocked after reading op's post. How can you just sent 2000 dollars to a unknown site? Atleast before sending money, you could have asked about this site in this forum. I am sure if you had asked about this in this forum , you would not have sent that amount to this site. Keep this in mind.Always try to use reputed sites and if you are going to try some new sites, just get some reviews about it from this forum and if you are satisfied, you can use it.

Slightly different price will intrigue people got into the trap obviously.
One thing to note; since Bitmain is the only producer of antminer, it's safer to order new S9 from their official site.
There are some people here that willing to help to check a site whether it's legit or not.
Seems like aceminers site doesn't work anymore, fortunately no one will make the same mistake again.

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November 25, 2017, 02:08:51 AM
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I am guilty of trying to get involved in bitcoin too fast.   I placed an order and sent BTC to aceminer.com thinking I finally found a place that is selling the S9 for only a little over the bitmain price. WRONG!  I am out $2k and have no other option to deal with my loss besides posting here help someone else avoid the mistake.   I am kicking myself for an expensive lesson learned. I can see the address I sent my funds to is receiving money in the same rough increments about 1-2/hr. 

This is unbelievable and disappointing in myself and others that go to his effort to steal!

Hope someone will avoid the mistake I just made.

The site is down right now right?

There is a shit ton of sites that are selling mining equipment recently that have gone to scam their customers. Unless you are able to somehow arrange a PayPal deal that you are confident that you can chargeback if anything goes wrong, or you are able to use escrow, do not buy miners from strangers/random sites.

That's just giving away free money. They set up the site probably for les than 100 usd.


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