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February 21, 2018, 08:30:22 PM
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Just now some one logged in my account and sent  0.08 btc from my localbitcoin exchange site dont know how he got access me got email that password is reset in 1 min me logged in by changing password and seen hacker already stolen my btc .... my account was not 2 factor autorised may be that made hacker easy his work ...

https://blockchain.info/address/3FmvMfrBKWBv2MJjChD6WewTHeD8Zz4exv
u can check on blockchain link hacker just today has many transaction where is hacked lots of account and he send to his other id which has 6,165.7451528 BTC balance Sad

snap of my account transaction https://puu.sh/zsMyT/c4fd067179.png

but for now how can i regain my btc me has hacker ip address which is from UK ...
 
5 days back someone scammed me for 0.20 btc here on forum which scam accused thread m already opened and now this Sad

plz help
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This depends on your luck but in general, you can follow the following:
1. Contact with the support team of localbitcoin "tell them your story they will help you".
2. The scammer sent bitcoin into ---> [1EEqRvnS7XqMoXDcaGL7bLS3hzZi1qUZm1] which appears to be the address of a website or trading platform.
5. Post IP in Investigations.
3. Post this address in Scam Accusations to get more information about the site or trading platform.
4. contact the support team of that site/platform they can lock that account and maybe restore your money.

Post more information about who scam you 0.02 BTC in Scam Accusations

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March 03, 2018, 06:45:25 PM
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I don't think no one can help you now. Sad

Because it is your responsibility to keep your funds safe and it will be much better if you have 2FA authentication here after,it is just a good lesson for you but you need to move on.0.08BTC is more than $900 at today's price but it is not a big amount.

So remember that you never have to store your crypto currencies in exchanges because it is pretty much easy to hack an email and take our password and then all our money will be gone.

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March 03, 2018, 08:21:25 PM
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I don't think no one can help you now. Sad
There's no one that can help him now and I want to know if he was able to track the hacker. Bitcoin transactions aren't reversible, once you have sent it to someone and it was confirmed by the miners in the network there's no way to retrieve it anymore so if someone got your bitcoins from your wallet and managed to transfer it to theirs, that's the sad fact that we can't recover it anymore but if he changed his mind and voluntarily send it back to you. That's the only way to recover.
5 days back someone scammed me for 0.20 btc here on forum which scam accused thread m already opened and now this Sad
You seem to be so vulnerable to scams and hacks, you must take care of your funds mate. Don't trust anyone with it and if you are trading, please use escrow next time.
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March 04, 2018, 06:09:01 AM
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I was also hacked from HITBTC few weeks ago. The address that is involved in the hack is as below

1EEqRvnS7XqMoXDcaGL7bLS3hzZi1qUZm1

3GuoN2rzPdjxJaRJzwx1k7oVfngWMmGn85

1EEqRvnS7XqMoXDcaGL7bLS3hzZi1qUZm1

3JjPf13Rd8g6WAyvg8yiPnrsdjJt1NP4FC

They operate from the IP address
Hackers IP Address
178.205.23.23
Zelenodolsk, Russia

Some more failed logins to my account from different accounts
04032018
Ip Address :
95.9.170.145
178.205.203.72


Do view the video i made specifically for the hack, it is quite complex and this people have made more than 50,000 bitcoin in hacks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Usd95gu8JRY&t=88s
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March 04, 2018, 06:32:49 AM
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Just now some one logged in my account and sent  0.08 btc from my localbitcoin exchange site dont know how he got access me got email that password is reset in 1 min me logged in by changing password and seen hacker already stolen my btc .... my account was not 2 factor autorised may be that made hacker easy his work ...

https://blockchain.info/address/3FmvMfrBKWBv2MJjChD6WewTHeD8Zz4exv
u can check on blockchain link hacker just today has many transaction where is hacked lots of account and he send to his other id which has 6,165.7451528 BTC balance Sad

snap of my account transaction https://puu.sh/zsMyT/c4fd067179.png

but for now how can i regain my btc me has hacker ip address which is from UK ...
 
5 days back someone scammed me for 0.20 btc here on forum which scam accused thread m already opened and now this Sad

plz help

Localbitcoins has proven to be one of the most trustworthy exchanges so it's definitely an external entity that hacked your account. Probably it's due to insufficient security on your account since you haven't enabled 2FA.

Doubt the LBC staff can help you even if they wanted to. Nothing they can do to recover the funds. The txid https://blockchain.info/tx/7766884682769f41065086246abd4fa6e441c08a782d60418e0feb888b686e87 is confirmed and hacker has already spent everything. Also, there is no way to prove to LBC that it is legitimately a hacker.

Getting the IP could be helpful but I'm guessing that the hacker probably was smarter than just using his home internet connection with no VPN/Tor. Next time always enable 2fa with a strong password, and also make sure your computer is clean before using any financial related service.

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March 04, 2018, 06:12:54 PM
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thanks guys for all sugesstions yes now me enabled 2fa also removed all my btc from local exchanges to safe offline hardware ... well its a loss of 900 $ which taught me lesson hoping this will help others to safe there btc accounts in best safe ways ...
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March 05, 2018, 07:59:42 AM
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thanks guys for all sugesstions yes now me enabled 2fa also removed all my btc from local exchanges to safe offline hardware ... well its a loss of 900 $ which taught me lesson hoping this will help others to safe there btc accounts in best safe ways ...
I think it will be better to open a new account on localbitcoins because the hacker may hack again if you uses the same hacked account for trading.But always remember that exchange is for trading purpose if you want to keep your bitcoins little longer then you need to go to the wallets like Electrum or Ledger Nano S.

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thanks guys for all sugesstions yes now me enabled 2fa also removed all my btc from local exchanges to safe offline hardware
Good that you transferred most of your bitcoins from your local exchange to a offline hardware. Also enabling 2FA will add some security so you are doing it correct.
well its a loss of 900 $ which taught me lesson hoping this will help others to safe there btc accounts in best safe ways ...
Lesson and experience for you seems expensive but you will recover it once bitcoin pump again. In every transaction that you do make sure that you are always secured, so long!
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March 05, 2018, 01:47:25 PM
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good news me got my money back from the scammer who scammed me for 0.20 btc before on this forum for hashflare account ... me filed a case in cyber crime then he sent me back 0.19 btc refund but that bitch says it was misunderstanding and was not online but when me sent him snap shot of cyber crime department replied me for more info then he replied and refunded me ... ...

well now me little bit calm ... will stay away from scammers ...thanks guys... still in loss of 0.08 which was hacked from my localitcoin account
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March 06, 2018, 05:44:01 PM
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good news me got my money back from the scammer who scammed me for 0.20 btc before on this forum for hashflare account ... me filed a case in cyber crime then he sent me back 0.19 btc refund but that bitch says it was misunderstanding and was not online but when me sent him snap shot of cyber crime department replied me for more info then he replied and refunded me ... ...

well now me little bit calm ... will stay away from scammers ...thanks guys... still in loss of 0.08 which was hacked from my localitcoin account

It is good news that some random scammer sent you back the money in that big amount, 0.20 bitcoin is more than 2000 dollars. You can file as many claims in cyber crime if the scammer is smart and uses all the tools at his disposal no one can help you, not even government agencies. You have already done a good step by implementing 2FA which boosts your security with an extra 99% but I would advise to not keep bigger amount of bitcoin in online wallets. That is a bad common practice unfortunately which still goes on in many users today.

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March 06, 2018, 06:47:38 PM
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good news me got my money back from the scammer who scammed me for 0.20 btc before on this forum for hashflare account ... me filed a case in cyber crime then he sent me back 0.19 btc refund but that bitch says it was misunderstanding and was not online but when me sent him snap shot of cyber crime department replied me for more info then he replied and refunded me ... ...

well now me little bit calm ... will stay away from scammers ...thanks guys... still in loss of 0.08 which was hacked from my localitcoin account
Wowww you are more luck I think because I never heard that people refunded the scammed money but he maybe scared due to that case on cyber crime department so he also from your country?So you are god damn luck lessons learned now so just go and open a new wallet,wallet means which has private key access not the wallets like coinbase or other online wallets.
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no lucky as u thinks guys me filed rel cyber crime case and got reply from cyber crime department of his country too cause me knows process how to catch scammers ..as has some knowledge well now happy with refund and need to invest in some better place just searching for best way ...and yes now me has offline wallet which is 100 % secure ...
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March 07, 2018, 03:52:28 AM
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thanks guys for all sugesstions yes now me enabled 2fa also removed all my btc from local exchanges to safe offline hardware ... well its a loss of 900 $ which taught me lesson hoping this will help others to safe there btc accounts in best safe ways ...

Just remember one simple rule that before depositing money into any of the gambling site or other sites you should secure your account by any of the 2fa features. In that way even though hackers get your login pass your account and money in that account will be safe. It really pains if one lose hard earned money.
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March 07, 2018, 06:39:13 AM
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thanks guys for all sugesstions yes now me enabled 2fa also removed all my btc from local exchanges to safe offline hardware ... well its a loss of 900 $ which taught me lesson hoping this will help others to safe there btc accounts in best safe ways ...

Good to know that you've learned your lesson.

Usually Localbitcoins will be secure and they are a reputable company that I have personally used on many occasions. They're not the kind of shady company like Yobit that you would constantly have trouble with deposits/withdrawals/keeping your balance.

However just as they give you a warning if you do not have 2fa on, you need to put it on any time you have funds in your wallet on LBC. Especially when Localbitcoins doesn't actually enforce a email confirmation policy on withdrawals. Once the hacker gets your money and withdraws it, there is nothing you can do.

Good to hear that you're learning a lesson. That's never too early.




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is investing in gambling is good idea guys ?
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March 07, 2018, 06:28:25 PM
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is investing in gambling is good idea guys ?
If you want to lose the rest of your money, then yes, go ahead.
Please open a thread after gambling so others may yet learn (as if!) from your mistakes.
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oops changed my mind no more gambling or risk decision mate ... just need to invest in best way so need suggestions now


is investing in gambling is good idea guys ?
If you want to lose the rest of your money, then yes, go ahead.
Please open a thread after gambling so others may yet learn (as if!) from your mistakes.
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March 07, 2018, 09:44:12 PM
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thanks guys for all sugesstions yes now me enabled 2fa also removed all my btc from local exchanges to safe offline hardware ... well its a loss of 900 $ which taught me lesson hoping this will help others to safe there btc accounts in best safe ways ...

Good to know that you've learned your lesson.

Usually Localbitcoins will be secure and they are a reputable company that I have personally used on many occasions. They're not the kind of shady company like Yobit that you would constantly have trouble with deposits/withdrawals/keeping your balance.

However just as they give you a warning if you do not have 2fa on, you need to put it on any time you have funds in your wallet on LBC. Especially when Localbitcoins doesn't actually enforce a email confirmation policy on withdrawals. Once the hacker gets your money and withdraws it, there is nothing you can do.

Good to hear that you're learning a lesson. That's never too early.
These kind of mistakes are common specially when we are still a newbie and thinking out for recovery cant really be removed in our minds but as we realized that transactions cant really be inverted even admin of local bitcoin will hardly able to help you out to recover or being compensated since this is fully a user fault when it comes to account log-in details.If you are being hacked then its really on users fault or discretion. Negligence and carelessness will really lead up trouble later on.

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May 11, 2018, 10:19:14 PM
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@OP,Check your email,other things might be in a vulnerable state too. Also try changing your email for literally every website you used that email in. Read this thread for better safety: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=159424.0

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