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January 13, 2018, 01:21:17 AM
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Hey there i recently got involved in some kind of what it seems like an man in the middle scam and I'm trying to clarify the situation in between some things that I have, I have the scammer's bitcoin address I've been watching and there's been some activity on it if anyone with a better knowledge could get a name or an email tracking down the transactions on this address  please let me know i could offer a 0.002 BTC tip to anyone with valuable information.

Scammer's address: 18N43cHQ5Rk7kgeGbaJybtAF93JGKniUEM

My custom wallet: 1LearBTCNt5HnruJFdPHH1VAYDKtnTbDYR
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January 13, 2018, 01:31:20 AM
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The address hasn't been tied to an identity. Where did you get the address from? If you were dealing via personal messages then investigating the users account and posting history would probably be better. This address hasn't been posted publicly before.

Seems the coins are received and moved on quickly which could mean they are being sent to an address which is owned by the same person. That's hard to prove though and wouldn't be solid evidence.

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The address hasn't been tied to an identity. Where did you get the address from? If you were dealing via personal messages then investigating the users account and posting history would probably be better. This address hasn't been posted publicly before.

Seems the coins are received and moved on quickly which could mean they are being sent to an address which is owned by the same person. That's hard to prove though and wouldn't be solid evidence.

This is the address that was given to the other party which claims to have sent me coins, this could be a MiM or the other party could be the scammer thats why I'd like to link this address to someone so I can clean my name, did you look into any of the following transactions?

As right now all i have is the address a whatsapp number and 2 wickrme usernames

Whatsapp: +4915780651092
Wickrme1: paybyme
Wicrme2: btcinaustralia

My custom wallet: 1LearBTCNt5HnruJFdPHH1VAYDKtnTbDYR
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