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September 23, 2013, 11:28:44 PM
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Behold Adam Mcloughlin!

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A friend of mine was scammed on eBay recently for £240 following the classic chargeback fraud. Disturbingly, they moved the BTC to an account (1LRRMtR4eaCGWTJToGxHsUki1aHCiqUMft) that has around £15k worth of BTC - they may well have scammed people for that amount! Most scammers try to hide their identity but apparently not in this case. All information presented here is publicly available and sourced from numerous directories and account profiles.

By posting their details below I hope to make people aware that Adam is a scammer and prevent further scams:

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Name: Adam Mcloughlin.

Family: Shannon Mcloughlin (Sister), John Mcloughlin (Father), Natalie Mcloughlin (Mother)

School: Archbishop Grimshaw RC School

Ebay account: mcloughlinadam11

Address:

131 Ermington Crescent
Hodge Hill
Birmingham, West Midlands
B36 8AS

Place of work:

Field Service Technician
Unit 11/12 Moons Park, Burnt Meadow Road, North Moons Moat
Ricoh UK
01527 584 754

Landline: 01215374870

Email: mcloughlin.adam@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mcloughlin.adam

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mclouadam

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September 24, 2013, 01:14:48 AM
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ebay/paypal and bitcoin always a bad combo
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September 24, 2013, 01:16:50 AM
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You can send messages to his "followers" on Facebook and point them to this thread.

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September 24, 2013, 02:05:12 AM
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 Looks like a heavy version of the kid from two and a half men in that first photo
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September 24, 2013, 02:09:59 AM
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Looks like a heavier, less attractive version of George Costanza.

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September 24, 2013, 02:52:37 AM
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Looks like a heavier, less attractive version of George Costanza.


LOL Tomato +1.
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September 24, 2013, 12:25:36 PM
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You can send messages to his "followers" on Facebook and point them to this thread.

I might just do that - but his friends seem to be 90% family members.
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September 24, 2013, 04:44:25 PM
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You can send messages to his "followers" on Facebook and point them to this thread.

I might just do that - but his friends seem to be 90% family members. Who knew scammers were so incestuous?

That's even better - what he did is more shameful to family members than friends anyway.

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September 24, 2013, 10:33:32 PM
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Alright I'll ask my friend to take a few screenshots proving that it was a scam and then fire off some FB messages. Hey - guy's got nothing to hide, right?
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September 28, 2013, 12:03:02 PM
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paypal accounts couldn't get hacked could they?  Just throwing it out there that you could be posting a hacking victims personal info.
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September 29, 2013, 05:27:35 PM
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paypal accounts couldn't get hacked could they?  Just throwing it out there that you could be posting a hacking victims personal info.

Good question.

My friend deleted their PayPal in disgust after they were scammed but they were able to send me screenshots of the scammer sending them an eBay message and reversing the payment after receiving the bitcoins. There are several things here that guarantee Adam is a scammer and not someone who had their PayPal and eBay hacked:

1. PayPal chargeback scams are extremely common and the scumbag's weapon of choice when it comes to scamming.

2. In light of the above, PayPal chargeback scams for Bitcoins are notorious - a google search will reveal just how bad this situation is.

3. If Adam was the victim of a hacker - why did he reverse the transaction minutes after receiving the Bitcoins? Why did they not contact the seller?

4. I've looked into Adam's details and I can see he works in IT at Ricoh in Birmingham. Evidently Adam does therefore know a few things about computers - ergo he is aware of the value of Bitcoin and how to scam people through the internet.

Tonight I will send a message to every single one of Adam's friends linking to this thread so that he is exposed as the cowardly scammer that he is. For the record - I am not the individual scammed and my hatred for scammers stems from a broken promise involving a Saudi bank account and a princess from Lagos who declared her undying love for me. The purpose of revealing this information is to ensure that Adam cannot exploit anyone else in the future. The person scammed is currently in the process of filing to take Adam to the small court and sue for fraud.
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September 29, 2013, 05:57:55 PM
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 Be safe OP
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September 29, 2013, 07:30:26 PM
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Definitely a drug addict. This guy is ugly, also. He looks like the type who wouldn't survive going to court though, so sue the fuck out of him and get the BTC back.
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September 29, 2013, 07:32:04 PM
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Poor guy if he got hacked, if he really did scam what a scum bag.

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Definitely a drug addict. This guy is ugly, also. He looks like the type who wouldn't survive going to court though, so sue the fuck out of him and get the BTC back.

LoL, fuckin DC...wait wait I can't help it

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September 29, 2013, 08:04:51 PM
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Omfg are you checking out guys DC?!?!

This guy is ugly, also.

Sorry, I'm not into ugly motherfuckers. Don't get your hopes up, Darktongue, it's bad enough that you want a 13 year old.
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September 29, 2013, 08:13:21 PM
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Did you miss where I saI'd I was fucking with you? Or did I miss the delivery. 

My lmao at the beginning I guess wasn't clearly stated at a +1 for you :p
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Did you miss where I saI'd I was fucking with you?

You shouldn't try fucking with a 13 year old, you might get nicked by the coppers for pedophilia, Darktongue.

You shouldn't have started this... ;) Loljk I'll stop completely owning you now.
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October 01, 2013, 03:23:45 AM
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paypal accounts couldn't get hacked could they?  Just throwing it out there that you could be posting a hacking victims personal info.

Good question.

My friend deleted their PayPal in disgust after they were scammed but they were able to send me screenshots of the scammer sending them an eBay message and reversing the payment after receiving the bitcoins. There are several things here that guarantee Adam is a scammer and not someone who had their PayPal and eBay hacked:

1. PayPal chargeback scams are extremely common and the scumbag's weapon of choice when it comes to scamming.

2. In light of the above, PayPal chargeback scams for Bitcoins are notorious - a google search will reveal just how bad this situation is.

3. If Adam was the victim of a hacker - why did he reverse the transaction minutes after receiving the Bitcoins? Why did they not contact the seller?

4. I've looked into Adam's details and I can see he works in IT at Ricoh in Birmingham. Evidently Adam does therefore know a few things about computers - ergo he is aware of the value of Bitcoin and how to scam people through the internet.

Tonight I will send a message to every single one of Adam's friends linking to this thread so that he is exposed as the cowardly scammer that he is. For the record - I am not the individual scammed and my hatred for scammers stems from a broken promise involving a Saudi bank account and a princess from Lagos who declared her undying love for me. The purpose of revealing this information is to ensure that Adam cannot exploit anyone else in the future. The person scammed is currently in the process of filing to take Adam to the small court and sue for fraud.

You're on a witch-hunt with nothing but speculative information.  None of your points are definitive evidence that this was the individual who scammed your friend.  Your first two points have no initial relation to the individual Adam, their just points about paypal scams.  The third point is easily explained if the user has email notices of paypal payments, seeing a payment go out would make me initiate a dispute quickly.  The third point is pure assumptions.

Stop while you're ahead.  You should get definitive proof that this guy was the scammer before you go and try to ruin his reputation.  You dont have that, I think its sick that the mods let this post stand.
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October 01, 2013, 03:24:51 AM
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In the interest of the scammed party's legal proclivities I have reneged on any activity that could be founded on speculative legality. I have sent Adam's father a message with a link to this page. Hopefully they can speak to Adam and mitigate the incoming criminal record. Otherwise, the scammed party is taking them to court. Let's see if the magistrate is as stupid as PayPal.

Yours dearest,

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Poor guy if he got hacked, if he really did scam what a scum bag.

This is something that I did discuss at length with my friend. There's simply too much evidence showing that this is a scam - evidence I have made clear earlier.

Evidence is based on proven facts.  You did not witness the individual committing any crimes, you can't say you have clear evidence. 
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