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March 08, 2018, 02:02:55 AM
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this guy added me for a loan on telegram. his telegram username is @virusguy

i googled his telegram name and found this

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3075206.0

Hello Guys,  I have a Huge amount of money and started to Gambling in some of the popular sites here. Now I thought to Create my own Gambling site and to provide users best Gambling experience. So Guys

I am Looking for a Game Developer/Coder who can make a Gambling site.

I just need Dice Game and a chat box for now (Gonna add more features gradually)

I will invest in the site's bankroll and Development cost.
I have almost 35 Bitcoins worth Money(USD)  Which i think is suitable for a Business startup.

I want you to make my site's co-owner for lifetime. We will sign an agreement. We will share the profit 70-30.

Contact me on Telegram @VirusGuy

Please only Serious Coders who have knowledge of Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin Gambling.

Note: I may ask you for your personal info as i am making you my co-owner.

-Cheers

he is a newbie. but on his chat with me, he is saying he is a senior member. i found this suspicious. chat here -- https://imgur.com/a/nY3wK

i offered to use trusted escrow for the deal. but instead, he asks me to use escrow of... you guessed it, a senior member of his choice (not legendary or hero member, but some random senior member with scam accusations as well as no escrow service). obviously this is very fishy and i think that the "senior member" is a bought/hacked account, alt of ouitee. if you go through their history, somewhere at the end of 2017 their gambling username changes.

please red-trust both the members. note that he claims to have 35 btc but is asking for a 0.45 btc loan. confirmed scammer.

senior member alt - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=829732
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