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July 21, 2011, 04:25:14 AM
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As per OP's request:
I am buying 85 BTC for $1,200 and have already sent the money via PayPal to OP's requested address.

Thanks in advance!

I confirm having received the $1,200 via Paypal.

I just sent the 85 BTC to the address specified by zjbcoins (in a personal message to me).

zjbcoins, please confirm reception as soon as you see the 85 BTC in your wallet.

Note: we are exchanging public messages here on the Forum to build a record of this transaction to use in case of a dispute.

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July 21, 2011, 05:13:20 AM
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If there's any left I'm interested. Not sure if you got my PM.
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July 21, 2011, 10:37:46 AM
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As per OP's request:
I am buying 85 BTC for $1,200 and have already sent the money via PayPal to OP's requested address.

Thanks in advance!

I confirm having received the $1,200 via Paypal.

I just sent the 85 BTC to the address specified by zjbcoins (in a personal message to me).

zjbcoins, please confirm reception as soon as you see the 85 BTC in your wallet.

Note: we are exchanging public messages here on the Forum to build a record of this transaction to use in case of a dispute.

They are now in my wallet, thank you for a easy transaction!

What's this smell?  Roll Eyes

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July 21, 2011, 02:33:12 PM
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I have 20 to sell if anyone is interested at 15 each.  PM for more info and payment methods.

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July 23, 2011, 10:47:34 PM
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I have 35 bitcoins to sell if anyone is interested at 15 each , 



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July 23, 2011, 11:25:13 PM
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As per OP's request:
I am buying 85 BTC for $1,200 and have already sent the money via PayPal to OP's requested address.

Thanks in advance!

I confirm having received the $1,200 via Paypal.

I just sent the 85 BTC to the address specified by zjbcoins (in a personal message to me).

zjbcoins, please confirm reception as soon as you see the 85 BTC in your wallet.

Note: we are exchanging public messages here on the Forum to build a record of this transaction to use in case of a dispute.

They are now in my wallet, thank you for a easy transaction!

What's this smell?  Roll Eyes

$1.2k is a small lesson, you could be losing hundreds of thousands later when purchasing a home, etc.

Some people never learn, or don't even know PP can be charged back months after the transaction no matter how many public forum posts you made or what comments you used in the PP message field

you just have to let them experience 'trial by error'

Or take in consideration the fact that nobody who joined the forum 5 days ago is going to trust a random person with $1200 dollars & it's a shill of the seller to create 'confidence' for future scams

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July 28, 2011, 05:09:29 PM
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YES, I just found out that the asshole has initiated a chargeback and deleted his post where he confirmed receiving the BTC.

Thanks to those who have quoted his reply where he confirmed receiving the Bitcoin. I am now going to take jpegs of all these messages and send them to Paypal.

Forum admins: is there a way to recover a post deleted by the user? I hope there is, let's teach this scammer a lesson.

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July 28, 2011, 05:29:16 PM
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YES, I just found out that the asshole has initiated a chargeback and deleted his post where he confirmed receiving the BTC.

Thanks to those who have quoted his reply where he confirmed receiving the Bitcoin. I am now going to take jpegs of all these messages and send them to Paypal.

Forum admins: is there a way to recover a post deleted by the user? I hope there is, let's teach this scammer a lesson.

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You lost that money... Paypal doesn't accept that people use it to buy/sell bitcoin, so they will reverse the transaction, even if the dude hadn't deleted his post Roll Eyes

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July 28, 2011, 05:42:06 PM
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YES, I just found out that the asshole has initiated a chargeback and deleted his post where he confirmed receiving the BTC.

Thanks to those who have quoted his reply where he confirmed receiving the Bitcoin. I am now going to take jpegs of all these messages and send them to Paypal.

Forum admins: is there a way to recover a post deleted by the user? I hope there is, let's teach this scammer a lesson.

G.

You lost that money... Paypal doesn't accept that people use it to buy/sell bitcoin, so they will reverse the transaction, even if the dude hadn't deleted his post Roll Eyes

Probably. Let's see what happens. Of course I will never accept Paypal again. What are the best alternatives?

The scammer has changed his forum handle, now is zbcoins.

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July 28, 2011, 05:52:19 PM
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By the way psy, how did you find out? (ref your comment "what is this smell?")

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July 28, 2011, 06:13:30 PM
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The scammer has changed his forum handle, now is zbcoins.

And now he has changed it again, now it is smacted.

I talked to my lawyer who said that, even if Paypal reverses the charge, I can then sue this person for damages on the basis of the evidence I have.

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July 28, 2011, 06:16:03 PM
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By the way psy, how did you find out? (ref your comment "what is this smell?")

Oh, just because my nose is very sensitive...

Paypal, a considerable ammount of money, new users(I mean both of you)

It could go both ways, you being scammed, or you trying to scam someone with the help of a fake account, but something definetely smelled Wink

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July 28, 2011, 06:21:49 PM
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By the way psy, how did you find out? (ref your comment "what is this smell?")

Oh, just because my nose is very sensitive...

Paypal, a considerable ammount of money, new users(I mean both of you)

It could go both ways, you being scammed, or you trying to scam someone with the help of a fake account, but something definetely smelled Wink

Thanks. I mean, how did you find out that a "critical" post had been deleted? Here there is no "this post has been deleted by the originator" flag.

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July 29, 2011, 05:44:02 PM
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To those who are still sending me PMs asking if I have more Bitcoins to sell:

No, sorry, I have been scammed twice already. Pick somebody else. If ever I sell Bitcoins again, I will only sell for cash (not virtual cash, but solid dead tree cash), and I will only deliver the Bitcoins after receiving the cash and verifying its authenticity.

We should be pioneers exploring a new territory, trust each other and act honestly toward each other. Too bad it is not so.

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July 30, 2011, 09:45:23 AM
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new user and paypal always ends bad. if your gonna sell via paypal only do it with trusted members
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July 31, 2011, 04:27:53 PM
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I feel sorry for you, Giulio Prisco. But you had been warned.

NEVER EVER use Paypal to trade.


Transactions are always reversed after a week or two. And sending screenshots or whatever doesn't help, Paypal just doesn't care.

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August 17, 2011, 10:00:32 PM
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If you are looking to buy and sell bitcoins for free. We are currently running a free service. Only for SEPA transfers is there a cost. All our other platforms can be funded without fee charge or commission.

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August 17, 2011, 11:41:18 PM
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To those who are still sending me PMs asking if I have more Bitcoins to sell:

No, sorry, I have been scammed twice already. Pick somebody else. If ever I sell Bitcoins again, I will only sell for cash (not virtual cash, but solid dead tree cash), and I will only deliver the Bitcoins after receiving the cash and verifying its authenticity.

We should be pioneers exploring a new territory, trust each other and act honestly toward each other. Too bad it is not so.

Wow check my last post, I was on the other end of the scam though , but best believe I got scammed for 240 dollars , wanted to buy bitcoin. It would have been good if 2 honest lads like ourselves have meet before all this.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33455.msg464139#msg464139
You have been scared now and so have I, but atleast now I know for sure you are not a scammer. You just cant take a man's word these days anymore

But the scammers will pay one way or the other, it will catch up with them.
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August 18, 2011, 03:15:46 PM
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YES, I just found out that the asshole has initiated a chargeback and deleted his post where he confirmed receiving the BTC.

Thanks to those who have quoted his reply where he confirmed receiving the Bitcoin. I am now going to take jpegs of all these messages and send them to Paypal.

Forum admins: is there a way to recover a post deleted by the user? I hope there is, let's teach this scammer a lesson.

G.

You lost that money... Paypal doesn't accept that people use it to buy/sell bitcoin, so they will reverse the transaction, even if the dude hadn't deleted his post Roll Eyes

Probably. Let's see what happens. Of course I will never accept Paypal again. What are the best alternatives?

Western Union or MoneyGram for the party who hold money, and escrow (I suggest *cough *cough BTCrow) for bitcoin holder.

This way both party could not be scammed.

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August 18, 2011, 09:03:58 PM
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Well I started here and promptly got scammed myself. Got lucky and started thread and lots of others got scammed banded together and figured out who the perp was. His IP etc.. and suddenly...A guardian angel appears hmm dubious but whatever I got lucky and got my $200 back in Mt Gox USD.

 Trully a blessing because now I wont trade anywhere else not an exchange. Yes, they have issues and get scammed this stuff begs and challenges punks to beat us out our money.  My trades there have been super smooth and completely satisfying so far . To those posted selling for $15USD per BTC  hahah dream on  look at the exchanges...I will get em for 10.8 all day and cheaper even on other days.

I did complete a nice trade on Bitcoin-OTC as well but is slim pickings there...As long as this stays on the fringe with so many scammers it will no be a full success. I thiink this forum needs a serious change up on how it conducts business.  But I do like getting information here just will never trade here.

Peace and Good Luck getting your money back... I think the old fashion way of tracking and face to face may be your only solution..

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