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Author Topic: LitecoinCreep is exactly that - a creepy scammer - do not buy from this seller!  (Read 27 times)
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January 03, 2018, 12:46:54 AM
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After a week of back and forth, my communication finally ended with the "seller" LitecoinCreep for an L3+ that was offered here.

Deposit of $400 was made, and is now lost: https://insight.litecore.io/tx/8f93b180754621f49cb2db9b9fd91749fc551a9c80dc7fda9c99cd492df8e349

Mullen490 was similarly stolen from - he will prepare his own reply to this to inform everyone. Negative trust feedback has been left here for this seller, but I wanted to make sure there was a public thread here as well, because at least two of us were stolen from here, and likely the seller think there's more to be made.

Yes, escrow is, of course, the preferable way to do business here for obvious reasons, but from time to time with what I consider to be reasonable amounts of coin, I'll make the jump and try to get a deal done with someone who seems to be above board. The signs were all over the original post - there was even a picture taken of a rig with the proper signage on it that was presented as proof of ownership - this obviously counts for nothing and should be ignored.

If you desire a complete doxxing, with names, addresses. phone numbers and complete text message threads, please contact me via PM.

Long story short, I will not be making any further deals here without escrow from now on. I've learned to trust no one, even my brothers here, regrettably.

Thanks,
r00tdude

P.S. I know there will be people here that choose to troll me for being gullible or otherwise loose with my coin. I accept that I should have done differently, I don't need you to pile on the scorn and ridicule - I feel badly enough about it as it is. I'm writing this publicly so others who have a thought to proceed without escrow think twice about it as I will from now on.


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January 03, 2018, 01:00:40 AM
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After a week of back and forth, my communication finally ended with the "seller" LitecoinCreep for an L3+ that was offered here.

Deposit of $400 was made, and is now lost: https://insight.litecore.io/tx/8f93b180754621f49cb2db9b9fd91749fc551a9c80dc7fda9c99cd492df8e349

Mullen490 was similarly stolen from - he will prepare his own reply to this to inform everyone. Negative trust feedback has been left here for this seller, but I wanted to make sure there was a public thread here as well, because at least two of us were stolen from here, and likely the seller think there's more to be made.

Yes, escrow is, of course, the preferable way to do business here for obvious reasons, but from time to time with what I consider to be reasonable amounts of coin, I'll make the jump and try to get a deal done with someone who seems to be above board. The signs were all over the original post - there was even a picture taken of a rig with the proper signage on it that was presented as proof of ownership - this obviously counts for nothing and should be ignored.

If you desire a complete doxxing, with names, addresses. phone numbers and complete text message threads, please contact me via PM.

Long story short, I will not be making any further deals here without escrow from now on. I've learned to trust no one, even my brothers here, regrettably.

Thanks,
r00tdude

P.S. I know there will be people here that choose to troll me for being gullible or otherwise loose with my coin. I accept that I should have done differently, I don't need you to pile on the scorn and ridicule - I feel badly enough about it as it is. I'm writing this publicly so others who have a thought to proceed without escrow think twice about it as I will from now on.



there is a scam section it is not here.  I will ask mods to move it.

I am sorry for the loss you suffered.

I mine alt coins with https://simplemining.net...
I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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January 03, 2018, 01:05:31 AM
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Thanks for the warning. I am sorry you happened you happened to get scammed. It is hard to trust any one when it is related to a currency that is irreversible. Myself I try to only deal with green trusted accounts on here. I don't know how much that matters but as every is going to say escrow is always a must. I have made numerous deal without escrow going on good faith which is always always a bad idea but thankfully have all ended well. You amount of coin is no where near mine apparently since I am a hobbyist miner at best running 8 ths of used outdated asic equipment and barley getting my toes wet with gpu mining with only two card so far. but that's half the fun I think. Trying to make something from nothing into some great.

Again sorry for your lost money man. Keep your head up not everyone one is bad on here but I guess we need to start treating every one like they are since there seems to be no form of punishment for all these newbie accounts that keep popping up trying to scam every one. It seems like they are making more than me scamming than I am trying to by mining. Which is horrible to say the least.
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