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August 07, 2013, 12:17:25 PM
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Hi, I got scammed on BTCjam and I am currently trying to sell that debt. If anyone can give me a small loan of .2 bitcoins until Friday, it would be greatly appreciated.
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August 07, 2013, 12:23:05 PM
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You need money to sell something?

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August 07, 2013, 12:28:25 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.
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August 07, 2013, 12:44:48 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.

So, what are you trying to say here? You're expecting the money back so you're going to pay it forward by scamming someone on this forum? Cheesy

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August 07, 2013, 12:47:11 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.

So, what are you trying to say here? You're expecting the money back so you're going to pay it forward by scamming someone on this forum? Cheesy
No, I am not expecting it back. I just need a little help until I get paid.
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August 08, 2013, 05:55:17 PM
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This guy is Joey's sock.
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August 08, 2013, 05:57:55 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.

So, what are you trying to say here? You're expecting the money back so you're going to pay it forward by scamming someone on this forum? Cheesy
No, I am not expecting it back. I just need a little help until I get paid.
Fun fact: "new account + loan request" is red flag #1.

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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August 08, 2013, 06:03:47 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.

So, what are you trying to say here? You're expecting the money back so you're going to pay it forward by scamming someone on this forum? Cheesy
No, I am not expecting it back. I just need a little help until I get paid.

Take him to small claims court.

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August 08, 2013, 06:05:57 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.

So, what are you trying to say here? You're expecting the money back so you're going to pay it forward by scamming someone on this forum? Cheesy
No, I am not expecting it back. I just need a little help until I get paid.

Take him to small claims court.

That would be counter-intuitive, as moomery is joey.
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August 08, 2013, 06:07:08 PM
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You need money to sell something?
No, I got scammed on BTCjam. And I am currently trying to sell that loan...BTCjam lets you put up a note to try to sell the debt. Well anyway I was expecting that BTC back and I got missed payments on that loan. I then looked the person up and found out he was a scammer.

So, what are you trying to say here? You're expecting the money back so you're going to pay it forward by scamming someone on this forum? Cheesy
No, I am not expecting it back. I just need a little help until I get paid.

Take him to small claims court.

That would be counter-intuitive, as moomery is joey.

Or a lulz court case of self versus sock.

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