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January 29, 2018, 02:38:43 AM
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Proof that he received payment at 9am his time

https://gyazo.com/3cd81beeaf7ecb208c6efa5f614a5a65

Proof I sent him the funds and my eth wallet address

https://gyazo.com/9e619fb2f4ffa13a006a710abfb15460

My wallet eth address with no funds received 12 hours later

https://gyazo.com/c31df0c4adf16ad7b08307ab669e6b5a



What happened:I paid 440 dollars paypal for eth and he hasn't paid me in 6 days claiming he was hacked  :

Scammers Profile Link:https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1137488  

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2818523.msg28863702#msg28863702  
Amount Scammed: $440
Payment Method: https://gyazo.com/3cd81beeaf7ecb208c6efa5f614a5a65
Proof of Payment:
https://gyazo.com/9e619fb2f4ffa13a006a710abfb15460

PM/Chat Logs:
Additional Notes: https://gyazo.com/1f4f628335ac0bbfd22f0dad8dedfb4b  Notice his account didnt say anything about a password change and hes using the same excuse and same bad english translation as his "hacker"
https://gyazo.com/77e3916eac2aea96b114557a11c2eb7d
https://gyazo.com/ee2822403d07b15183efca4d5e407232
https://gyazo.com/9406ee37a2b25ce73b5f010ab521465d
djeezer12 https://bitcoinfasttx.com his website  
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January 29, 2018, 05:58:29 AM
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You simply never conduct currency exchanges without an escrow, unless the other party is extremely trusted or has an established website. His exchange website seems to be developed from a cheap template, and it's no surprise that he would scam for a few hundred bucks.

For the record, the user that is being accused of scamming is https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1137488.

I would suggest using the following template for your scam accusation:
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[b][color=black]What happened:: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Scammers Profile Link: [/color][/b]

[b][color=black]Reference Link: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Amount Scammed: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Payment Method: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Proof of Payment: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]PM/Chat Logs: [/color][/b]
[b][color=black]Additional Notes: [/color][/b]

Otherwise DT members can't make a decision of tagging the guy accurately. We want him to get a negative trust as a warning to others asap.

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January 29, 2018, 09:59:29 AM
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Conducting transaction with an escrow is a must in order for us to dodge and avoid being tricked or fooled by someone because without someone conducting transaction with no escrow, is like buying some goods or stuffs without any official receipts means there is no proof or claimed that you conduct transaction with them.

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January 29, 2018, 04:28:24 PM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
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January 29, 2018, 11:44:40 PM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
I did want to give him merit before he kept lying to avoid paying me and he still hasn't paid me he cannot be trusted
He didn't call PayPal (To my knowledge) and even if he did. I called and they said they weren't going to do anything because it was a friends and family payment  and he wasn't hacked
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January 30, 2018, 03:15:37 AM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
I did want to give him merit before he kept lying to avoid paying me and he still hasn't paid me he cannot be trusted
He didn't call PayPal (To my knowledge) and even if he did. I called and they said they weren't going to do anything because it was a friends and family payment  and he wasn't hacked

like i promised you because im responsible for my own account and security of it we will resolve it. i already did the best i could to directly block the paypal and emailed paypal to refund the last transactions that came in and lock my account. If i was home then i could call / login / and fix this problem. you said its non refundable but i think thats not treu paypal is very safe to work with and if i email theù i was been hacked why should they not return it ? anyway i said i will pay you the eth i only asked to help afterworths to retreive my paypal part cause i think its already sent back as they told me they investigate it and take the needed actions. i will upload the emails from pp to when im back. im lucky the most he did was on paxfull but he was stupid he forget about the disputes and contacted support on time he only emptyd my wallet + blockchain to. i did not used 2fa until now! rest is safely stored at my homedesk in offline wallets. i was on a trip this week im heading home like i told you yesterday. mobile is very had to conversate. since i saw i was been hackd i changed everything and i kept contact with you..

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January 30, 2018, 11:56:04 AM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
I did want to give him merit before he kept lying to avoid paying me and he still hasn't paid me he cannot be trusted
He didn't call PayPal (To my knowledge) and even if he did. I called and they said they weren't going to do anything because it was a friends and family payment  and he wasn't hacked


Did you call your bank? They must be able to cancel and refund your money.

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February 23, 2018, 12:57:15 AM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
I did want to give him merit before he kept lying to avoid paying me and he still hasn't paid me he cannot be trusted
He didn't call PayPal (To my knowledge) and even if he did. I called and they said they weren't going to do anything because it was a friends and family payment  and he wasn't hacked

like i promised you because im responsible for my own account and security of it we will resolve it. i already did the best i could to directly block the paypal and emailed paypal to refund the last transactions that came in and lock my account. If i was home then i could call / login / and fix this problem. you said its non refundable but i think thats not treu paypal is very safe to work with and if i email theù i was been hacked why should they not return it ? anyway i said i will pay you the eth i only asked to help afterworths to retreive my paypal part cause i think its already sent back as they told me they investigate it and take the needed actions. i will upload the emails from pp to when im back. im lucky the most he did was on paxfull but he was stupid he forget about the disputes and contacted support on time he only emptyd my wallet + blockchain to. i did not used 2fa until now! rest is safely stored at my homedesk in offline wallets. i was on a trip this week im heading home like i told you yesterday. mobile is very had to conversate. since i saw i was been hackd i changed everything and i kept contact with you..

He still never paid a month later so For everyone asking hes stiller a scammer that long paragraph he wrote was complete bullshit
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February 23, 2018, 01:40:58 AM
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He still never paid a month later so For everyone asking hes stiller a scammer that long paragraph he wrote was complete bullshit


You should have used a forum escrow. If you did, you might still have the coins and you would have found a more reliable source of PayPal funds.

It's too late for regrets of course. He has the coins now and it has been almost a month since you sent them. On top of that, he is being dismissive and unhelpful about the situation. Learn from the situation and use escrow when you next trade with someone here.

I hope you can find a way to recover your coins from him. Or get paid for them. It's the right and fair thing to do. Just like crime, dishonesty doesn't pay.

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February 23, 2018, 08:41:51 AM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
I did want to give him merit before he kept lying to avoid paying me and he still hasn't paid me he cannot be trusted
He didn't call PayPal (To my knowledge) and even if he did. I called and they said they weren't going to do anything because it was a friends and family payment  and he wasn't hacked

like i promised you because im responsible for my own account and security of it we will resolve it. i already did the best i could to directly block the paypal and emailed paypal to refund the last transactions that came in and lock my account. If i was home then i could call / login / and fix this problem. you said its non refundable but i think thats not treu paypal is very safe to work with and if i email theù i was been hacked why should they not return it ? anyway i said i will pay you the eth i only asked to help afterworths to retreive my paypal part cause i think its already sent back as they told me they investigate it and take the needed actions. i will upload the emails from pp to when im back. im lucky the most he did was on paxfull but he was stupid he forget about the disputes and contacted support on time he only emptyd my wallet + blockchain to. i did not used 2fa until now! rest is safely stored at my homedesk in offline wallets. i was on a trip this week im heading home like i told you yesterday. mobile is very had to conversate. since i saw i was been hackd i changed everything and i kept contact with you..

He still never paid a month later so For everyone asking hes stiller a scammer that long paragraph he wrote was complete bullshit


You paid the transaction with a linked card on your paypal account, didn't you?

Even if you sent as a friends and family transaction, you are able to still contact your card issuing company and see if you can reverse the transaction. Depending on your situation, they may be able to do it for you. No guarantees.

So apparently, djeezer got hacked, which is the reason why he can't pay you back. 1 month is plenty of time now, I think it's time for you to try to be a bit more proactive on your part to seek a refund from either paypal or your cc company.

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February 25, 2018, 04:26:22 AM
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djeezer12 says you solved this and you even wanted to give him some merit, here is the post where he wants to trade again: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2843837
I did want to give him merit before he kept lying to avoid paying me and he still hasn't paid me he cannot be trusted
He didn't call PayPal (To my knowledge) and even if he did. I called and they said they weren't going to do anything because it was a friends and family payment  and he wasn't hacked

like i promised you because im responsible for my own account and security of it we will resolve it. i already did the best i could to directly block the paypal and emailed paypal to refund the last transactions that came in and lock my account. If i was home then i could call / login / and fix this problem. you said its non refundable but i think thats not treu paypal is very safe to work with and if i email theù i was been hacked why should they not return it ? anyway i said i will pay you the eth i only asked to help afterworths to retreive my paypal part cause i think its already sent back as they told me they investigate it and take the needed actions. i will upload the emails from pp to when im back. im lucky the most he did was on paxfull but he was stupid he forget about the disputes and contacted support on time he only emptyd my wallet + blockchain to. i did not used 2fa until now! rest is safely stored at my homedesk in offline wallets. i was on a trip this week im heading home like i told you yesterday. mobile is very had to conversate. since i saw i was been hackd i changed everything and i kept contact with you..

He still never paid a month later so For everyone asking hes stiller a scammer that long paragraph he wrote was complete bullshit


I did but now they're investigating my case which could take another 3 months

You paid the transaction with a linked card on your paypal account, didn't you?

Even if you sent as a friends and family transaction, you are able to still contact your card issuing company and see if you can reverse the transaction. Depending on your situation, they may be able to do it for you. No guarantees.

So apparently, djeezer got hacked, which is the reason why he can't pay you back. 1 month is plenty of time now, I think it's time for you to try to be a bit more proactive on your part to seek a refund from either paypal or your cc company.
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