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November 23, 2017, 09:24:20 PM
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 Hey guys, I'm very new to bitcoin, so please try to be kind Shocked. I successfully purchased and spent last month, but had scary trouble over the past 24 hours.  Yesterday, I purchased about $500 USD. The transaction was confirmed but the funds never showed in wallet.  In blockchain, i see the successful transfer, but then I see a 2nd transaction that appears like the entire amount was sent FROM my address.  Hopefully I'm just misinterpreting.  Could someone please please please take a look and tell me what you think happened and maybe even explain what I'm looking at? Search in blockchain: 18gY52yvYt3vTQFGtieKW2cbDM7ccQboAn

Thanks in advance! If I'm helped, maybe ill even send a nice reward Smiley
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November 23, 2017, 09:28:33 PM
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Hey guys, I'm very new to bitcoin, so please try to be kind Shocked. I successfully purchased and spent last month, but had scary trouble over the past 24 hours.  Yesterday, I purchased about $500 USD. The transaction was confirmed but the funds never showed in wallet.  In blockchain, i see the successful transfer, but then I see a 2nd transaction that appears like the entire amount was sent FROM my address.  Hopefully I'm just misinterpreting.  Could someone please please please take a look and tell me what you think happened and maybe even explain what I'm looking at? Search in blockchain: 18gY52yvYt3vTQFGtieKW2cbDM7ccQboAn

Thanks in advance! If I'm helped, maybe ill even send a nice reward Smiley

Your bitcoins have been withdrawed from the adress you specified. this is the TXID,  see, https://blockchain.info/tx/67eaf7613efda0d6f92fa4d953f68e840f4980f7c1c9cf8e5b9588652e73b86a

They're already moved out of 34eeUXYTb8pkjF9TctoejrCJktRx3zDbHp, it looks like you're using some kind of mixer/exchange?

Could you specify what wallet you are using?

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November 23, 2017, 09:31:11 PM
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Hey guys, I'm very new to bitcoin, so please try to be kind Shocked. I successfully purchased and spent last month, but had scary trouble over the past 24 hours.  Yesterday, I purchased about $500 USD. The transaction was confirmed but the funds never showed in wallet.  In blockchain, i see the successful transfer, but then I see a 2nd transaction that appears like the entire amount was sent FROM my address.  Hopefully I'm just misinterpreting.  Could someone please please please take a look and tell me what you think happened and maybe even explain what I'm looking at? Search in blockchain: 18gY52yvYt3vTQFGtieKW2cbDM7ccQboAn

Thanks in advance! If I'm helped, maybe ill even send a nice reward Smiley

Well on 2017-11-22 22:13:35 you received 0.05716899 BTC and here's the transaction ID : https://blockchain.info/tx/a31130f843056052e1be4110e57f373c1087e7b920577c90c3e32c85cc9d86b3
next happened 2017-11-22 23:57:59  all your balance went to other wallets here the second transaction ID : https://blockchain.info/tx/67eaf7613efda0d6f92fa4d953f68e840f4980f7c1c9cf8e5b9588652e73b86a

The most probably thing here is that your wallet is or was compromised and they took an advantage on you about 1h and 43 minutes right after you got the coins, are you sure you haven't move yourself the BTC to any other of your addresses ? Does anyone  besides of you had access to your wallet or private keys ?  
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November 23, 2017, 09:34:34 PM
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That sounds potentially very disappointing.  I'm using 'bitcoin wallet'
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November 23, 2017, 09:42:54 PM
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Some services, especially exchanges, may move out the money from your account according to their needs, but also keep your account credited.
But since you are not credited, the chance of theft/hack is pretty big. Did you log in to your wallet from an e-mail (phishing)?
However, you should start with asking for help at the support of the service that handles your wallet, telling that your account is not credited.
If your money got indeed stolen then you have to disinfect your computer, change passwords or even make a new account Sad

That sounds potentially very disappointing.  I'm using 'bitcoin wallet'

You need to be more precise than that. All bitcoin wallets are ... well.. bitcoin wallets. It's a web site? What's the web site's address? Or you can make a screenshot and draw over sensitive data in Paint.

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November 23, 2017, 09:43:18 PM
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That sounds potentially very disappointing.  I'm using 'bitcoin wallet'

"Bitcoin wallet" is nothing. Please specify the URL if it's a webwallet, or the .exe name if it's a software wallet.

The only reason i can see is that you used an exchange to store your coins, which means they transferred them out instantly after you deposited them.

Sites like poloniex.com and bittrex.com tend to do that.

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November 23, 2017, 09:48:40 PM
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The wallet is literally called bitcoin.com wallet. It is a desktop exe.  Apologies if that was confusing.  Thx!
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Update: I'm an idiot.  When I purchased the bitcoin, I accidentally pasted the address of the company I sent bitcoin to last month.  So, a plant seed company has $500 of my money.  I've reached out to them, begging them to work with me to get that money sent back.  Wish me luck. Lesson learned.
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November 24, 2017, 04:53:40 AM
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That sounds potentially very disappointing.  I'm using 'bitcoin wallet'

"Bitcoin wallet" is nothing. Please specify the URL if it's a webwallet, or the .exe name if it's a software wallet.

The only reason i can see is that you used an exchange to store your coins, which means they transferred them out instantly after you deposited them.

Sites like poloniex.com and bittrex.com tend to do that.

Could be the wallet created by Andreas Schildbach (or any other devs) since I also got that on my phone. Weird and very general namw, but it does exist.

Update: I'm an idiot.  When I purchased the bitcoin, I accidentally pasted the address of the company I sent bitcoin to last month.  So, a plant seed company has $500 of my money.  I've reached out to them, begging them to work with me to get that money sent back.  Wish me luck. Lesson learned.


That explains it. It's really best to put labels on the addresses you frequently send money to since you'll never know if you sent the money to the wrong entity. Keep yourself organized and you'll not do mistakes (hopefully) next time. Best of luck.

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November 24, 2017, 05:05:52 AM
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Update: I'm an idiot.  When I purchased the bitcoin, I accidentally pasted the address of the company I sent bitcoin to last month.  So, a plant seed company has $500 of my money.  I've reached out to them, begging them to work with me to get that money sent back.  Wish me luck. Lesson learned.


Still doesn't quite make sense.  You wallet is password/pass phrase protected right?  You would have had to enter the password to send out the coins from your wallet.  The only way would be if they never entered your wallet because you thought the other address was yours.  If that's the case, that was a very expensive lesson learned.  The saying goes......... The best lessons in life aren't cheap.

I hope they return them to you......
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