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March 22, 2018, 08:34:54 PM
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What happened::
We agreed on deal, my btc vs his Skrill. I sent him 0.019 of BTC to his btc address: 14jGCXMJmDJ4QHm8FtNBz5yNWFT7jgaioh and he never sent me any skrill to me as we agreed.

Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=840199

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Amount Scammed: 0.019 BTC
Payment Method: Bitcoin BlockChain
Proof of Payment: https://gyazo.com/78c9359dff1bf91997bf32b3a2a9615d
PM/Chat Logs: https://gyazo.com/ce45e2d0870dabc3487efb5630f960e3
Additional Notes: I dont know if "pending" means he hasnt recivied it yet, but still he logged off and havent give any response to me since transaction done and I feel like its scam. I will clean the thread once its all cool. If not, I will find this guy.

********* UPDATE 23.03.2018 **********

Found out scammers IPs by other forum he has used before. Contacted with his / her service provider which is PLDT - Philippines Long Distance Telephones. Not sure if it helps me, but worth to try.

He may live at San Fernando, Ilocos, Philippines.

Still looking to admins to send me IP he used last night while we made the deal between each other to confirm that he is philipinian. I am waiting answer from his service provider.
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March 22, 2018, 09:09:50 PM
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The payment was sent and received (although 0.01897729 BTC after fees):
https://blockchain.info/tx/e69668b4065d04877adb90ca11ef0ad6b0483ab254c601ad394be67f70455a80
and it was already moved to another address.

I've asked vein071315 to post his version here.

OP, please post more proof, for example:
  • The thread, PM or message where you agreed the exchange, the amounts, and he gave you that BTC address (edit: I see you've just added this)
  • Some proof that shows you didn't received the Skrill payment into the account you gave to him

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March 22, 2018, 09:12:55 PM
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The payment was sent and received (although 0.01897729 BTC after fees):
https://blockchain.info/tx/e69668b4065d04877adb90ca11ef0ad6b0483ab254c601ad394be67f70455a80
and it was already moved to another address.

I've asked vein071315 to post his version here.

OP, please post more proof, for example:
  • The thread, PM or message where you agreed the exchange, the amounts, and he gave you that BTC address
  • Some proof that shows you didn't received the Skrill payment into your account

Hello,

Here is the proof I havent recivied anything yet:
https://gyazo.com/c62cb3e9ec153925eb1287ac1a6db908

I added to OP our PM logs.
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March 22, 2018, 09:26:41 PM
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The payment was sent and received (although 0.01897729 BTC after fees):
https://blockchain.info/tx/e69668b4065d04877adb90ca11ef0ad6b0483ab254c601ad394be67f70455a80
and it was already moved to another address.

I've asked vein071315 to post his version here.

OP, please post more proof, for example:
  • The thread, PM or message where you agreed the exchange, the amounts, and he gave you that BTC address (edit: I see you've just added this)
  • Some proof that shows you didn't received the Skrill payment into the account you gave to him

If it was recivied and already moved, it means he scammed me. Well played Sr.Members here. Freaking full of scammers site...
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March 22, 2018, 09:33:02 PM
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He is probably from Philippines as he have talked at Philippines sub forum earlier. Anyone who knows him, please let me know any detail you know about him.
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March 22, 2018, 10:27:05 PM
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Admins / moderators - i guess its possible to reach out his IP / other accounts he is using here. I am looking this information from you (would like to get it privately). Most likely again he's from Philippines, as his "local time" at profile matches with Philippines time zone also. Still possible that its bought account and he is from somewhere who knows.
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March 23, 2018, 06:45:36 AM
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Admins, please give me any info you can find on this guy. It must be possible for you to see his e-mail or IP or something like that what could give me any chances to reach him.
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March 23, 2018, 08:57:28 AM
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Just because coins are moved doesn't mean that he definitely spent those coins. It could just be an exchange wallet or a hosted wallet. But the chances of him being a scammer is extremely high, he probably ditched his account yesterday after the scam.

Based on the proof OP has shown, I think it's more than likely that he is telling the truth, and vein071315 can be safely identified as a scammer and tagged unless he decides to repay OP, or respond to the thread and sort this out.

I received a PM from OP asking me for the scammer's personal info. Being a hero member doesn't mean you get any more info on users. IP address, even if admins decide to give you to you, aren't going to help much for you to trace him down. I would consider these coins gone for good.

Next time, learn your lesson and use escrow in your trades, unless it's a very trusted and active trader.

BTW, please stop bumping your thread so often. If you have got anything to add, simply click the edit button on your previous post to append it with new info.

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March 23, 2018, 09:03:51 AM
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Clearly he is scammer and not gonna pay me any, but I don't understand why admins wouldn't give me his e-mail / IP? Can't see any reason why scammer should be protected by anyhow. I understand now that you don't have any info on users, but head-admins surely must have this information and I hope they can share it to me.

Sorry for bumping the thread.
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March 23, 2018, 02:15:42 PM
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I've asked vein071315 to post his version here
He's had enough time now. I've tagged him until he replies

Clearly he is scammer and not gonna pay me any, but I don't understand why admins wouldn't give me his e-mail / IP? Can't see any reason why scammer should be protected by anyhow. I understand now that you don't have any info on users, but head-admins surely must have this information and I hope they can share it to me.
Admins normally don't do that. Besides it's not 100% sure yet he scammed you


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How naive you can be. Smiley
Learn the difference between "most probably" and "100%"

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March 23, 2018, 02:20:26 PM
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I've asked vein071315 to post his version here
He's had enough time now. I've tagged him until he replies

Clearly he is scammer and not gonna pay me any, but I don't understand why admins wouldn't give me his e-mail / IP? Can't see any reason why scammer should be protected by anyhow. I understand now that you don't have any info on users, but head-admins surely must have this information and I hope they can share it to me.
Admins normally don't do that. Besides it's not 100% sure yet he scammed you

Are you kidding me? He logged off right after I sent him BTC, never show up after that. Its been now 18 hours and "its not 100% sure yet" he scammed me. How naive you can be. Smiley

And if admins usually don't provide scammers info, then how there's even a chance to follow him up? To avoid that it's gonna do it again? Is it just that easy to scam? New account and another few hundred bucks from someone and again and again? That's because no one helps members like me - it's none of admins business. They just keep ignoring and balling around except helping to avoid scammers like this scum in future.

Great forum for sure - persons giving negative feedback for opening a thread about selling ICO verification documents, but real scammers like this scum just runs away without nothing and they come back with another one just to scam again.
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