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July 14, 2011, 02:52:15 PM
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This gentleman contacted me via IRC asking to purchase some bitcoins via paypal.
After him listing some references, I said, sure, why not - and sold him 30.

In the morning he filed the usual credit card chargeback scam - what can I say?


Resolution: Well, with the help of some IRC guys I've contacted him.
He sent me a MO for the full amount.

As he's young, I will let him off and the information has been removed.

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July 15, 2011, 04:33:59 AM
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That is kind of odd that Paypal gave up that much information, but I guess if you are associated with the account and the situation, that does make sense, maybe.   Really sorry to hear about this btw, thanks for the warning to everyone.

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July 15, 2011, 10:47:15 AM
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This gentleman contacted me via IRC asking to purchase some bitcoins via paypal.
After him listing some references, I said, sure, why not - and sold him 30.

In the morning he filed the usual credit card chargeback scam - what can I say?

After doing more research with his paypal address and various forum names I've concluded that he is a known scammer.
Paypal's fraud department said they already had a case open for this Jordan. interesting..

All I can do now is provide you guys with some of this scammer's information.

Name(s):
Jordan Castro Sablan

emails: jordansablan@rocketmail.com (paypal address - name is signed as Jordan Castro according to paypal), jordan.castro@gmail.com

Location: Fresno CA

usernames:
jordansablan
six70
se7in
kingbc
Acclaimed


information temporarily redacted pending resolution.


A simple google search on his e-mail would have turned up similar paypal scams going back to February.
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July 18, 2011, 06:57:03 AM
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