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November 01, 2013, 07:16:45 PM
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Avoid him at all costs.

Tries to get me pay for a website that didn't even work!
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November 01, 2013, 08:53:56 PM
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Avoid him at all costs.

Tries to get me pay for a website that didn't even work!

Can you provide any proof?  Screenshots of conversations?

Just a simple accusation won't mean much.

Edit:  NM - I see this is an extension or retaliation of another scam accusation.

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November 02, 2013, 10:09:20 AM
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Avoid him at all costs.

Tries to get me pay for a website that didn't even work!

Can you provide any proof?  Screenshots of conversations?

Just a simple accusation won't mean much.

Edit:  NM - I see this is an extension or retaliation of another scam accusation.
Yeah. Somehow he wants to get me down. For anyone who doesn't know what this is about, you can find the other scam accusation over here:
Scam Accusation: Magazine, wants a website, doesn't pay.

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November 02, 2013, 06:58:20 PM
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I am honored. Yes, I truly am a gigantic scammer. I didn't even have to trade with him to scam him!

I'm dabbling in Bitcointalk again - I won't be making trades with people. If I try to trade with you, ask for a signature from my address 171717... which I have had control of since about 2015. If I can't provide it, I might have been hacked.
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November 02, 2013, 07:11:28 PM
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I am honored. Yes, I truly am a gigantic scammer. I didn't even have to trade with him to scam him!

You're welcome boss, you have the trust to go with it.
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November 02, 2013, 07:18:11 PM
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I am honored. Yes, I truly am a gigantic scammer. I didn't even have to trade with him to scam him!

You're welcome boss, you have the trust to go with it.

I feel like a King. May I have an assassination bounty to go with it?

I'm dabbling in Bitcointalk again - I won't be making trades with people. If I try to trade with you, ask for a signature from my address 171717... which I have had control of since about 2015. If I can't provide it, I might have been hacked.
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November 02, 2013, 08:47:06 PM
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OP, hiring unknown people casually but with specific expectations is a rather poor recipe for anything good (except dumb luck, perhaps). Get in the WoT, learn to make contracts, and you'll likely avoid this sort of thing. Goes both ways, ofc.

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November 02, 2013, 09:20:23 PM
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OP, hiring unknown people casually but with specific expectations is a rather poor recipe for anything good (except dumb luck, perhaps). Get in the WoT, learn to make contracts, and you'll likely avoid this sort of thing. Goes both ways, ofc.
I talked with him before the job and he seemed like a nice guy. Also I would like to advice you to read the topic I linked in one of my posts, because he ripped me off and not the other way around.

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November 02, 2013, 09:34:12 PM
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Once upon a time there was a guy named Bitcoininformation,

He scammed Magazine

The End.
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November 03, 2013, 01:01:36 AM
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I talked with him before the job and he seemed like a nice guy. Also I would like to advice you to read the topic I linked in one of my posts, because he ripped me off and not the other way around.

See, "I talked with him and he seemed like a nice guy" is exactly, but exactly, what you don't want your arrangements to hinge upon (unless you do, in which case starting scam threads and having drawn out fits over a single job doesn't make much sense).

It's not about who ripped off whom. It's about creating a shoddy construct on which "work" is expected to progress, and inevitably doesn't. Stop doing that.

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