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March 15, 2018, 09:56:50 AM
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Just an observer here. As I mentioned countless times on my past posts, escrow is the safest way forward and it is never wise to rely on any information, be they emails or screen shots or any payment information, provided by the person you are transacting with. Always discuss escrow matters with the escrow directly.

Can't comment more, given the toxic and volatile language on this thread.

Let's hope this gets resolved happily but I doubt it. Threads like this tend to end badly.

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March 15, 2018, 10:57:06 AM
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Just an observer here. As I mentioned countless times on my past posts, escrow is the safest way forward and it is never wise to rely on any information, be they emails or screen shots or any payment information, provided by the person you are transacting with. Always discuss escrow matters with the escrow directly.

Can't comment more, given the toxic and volatile language on this thread.

Let's hope this gets resolved happily but I doubt it. Threads like this tend to end badly.
yes ziku65 scammer wanted that it looks like that that email come from escrow and that it looks like we deal with escrow, but in fact it was fake escrow email
I would suggest to better communicate via forum PM directly with escrow.

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March 16, 2018, 10:27:25 AM
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this bastard today again push his thread and try to scam people

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March 24, 2018, 11:36:32 PM
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this bastard today again push his thread and try to scam people

Direct potential marks to this thread by posting in his.

Hopefully, the red tag deters any potential suckers, but we’ve all seen scams take place repeatedly, even with users who are red-tagged.

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March 25, 2018, 01:04:24 AM
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this bastard today again push his thread and try to scam people

Direct potential marks to this thread by posting in his.

Hopefully, the red tag deters any potential suckers, but we’ve all seen scams take place repeatedly, even with users who are red-tagged.

He uses a self-moderated locked thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2864913.0;all

That is a massive red flag by itself so I doubt he will sell anything.

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March 25, 2018, 08:17:08 PM
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this thread is still alive and you lost souls didn't realize that OP failed to scam me and open that thread the clear his ass ?
Obviously the timing prove who sending fake emails because he's the only one who had my email morons.
The scammer is still not tagged but the victim yes Cheesy
This forum is so dead.
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April 21, 2018, 02:56:07 PM
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ziku also tried to scam me by providing "the best escrow" monbux fake contact.
The chat over skype was very weird as he wanted to do it immediatelly over his prefered Escrow.
When I insisted on using another escrow like OGnasty he wasnt happy, after a while he gave up and stoped communicating at all (skype or forum), and mentioned then in his thread he "waits for a better offer" allthough my offer was great.
I have notified the mods about him a few times. Nothing happend now for weeks.
If the mods are not blocking/banning such a scammer than there is nothing more to say about this forum. Self moderated threads should be forbidden in this section.
Ziku you are retarded and I feel sorry for you.
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April 21, 2018, 03:22:27 PM
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ziku also tried to scam me by providing "the best escrow" monbux fake contact.
The chat over skype was very weird as he wanted to do it immediatelly over his prefered Escrow.
When I insisted on using another escrow like OGnasty he wasnt happy, after a while he gave up and stoped communicating at all (skype or forum), and mentioned then in his thread he "waits for a better offer" allthough my offer was great.
I have notified the mods about him a few times. Nothing happend now for weeks.
If the mods are not blocking/banning such a scammer than there is nothing more to say about this forum. Self moderated threads should be forbidden in this section.
Ziku you are retarded and I feel sorry for you.

Moderators don't moderate scams. That's what red trust ratings are for.

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