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November 03, 2013, 04:31:55 PM
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Hello,

I fired up my LTC client today after being down for a few days just to re-sync with the network. and i noticed a "weird" transaction that i do not remember doing. I have the address that the client sent to. is this some sort of wallet stealer? can i somehow track by my address where i sent them? i looked in the blockchain and can see the transaction being sent to the address but no sign of any withdrawal from that address. Do i have any options to "find" my coins? I could have sent them to myself and just not remembering i am a pretty forgetful person. also my wallet was encrypted if that helps!! Please help throw some ideas at me!! i would like the coins back!

LTC: LcN9tjjcNyjgE7HnZHSC686fWuhUUCiWsn      BTC: 163MGvqd2mr7iHumVYSpEM9jpS7dfEEqkv
CHN: CY2tsr2JKmQa7tUgZW9SkRJyUNwHzvveT2   FTC: 6uH8iaXt23WPVcJHy8eGLtm5cst5kYQnhN
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November 03, 2013, 04:37:05 PM
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What is your tran id?

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November 03, 2013, 04:47:14 PM
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i have all the information in the client. will this help?

LTC: LcN9tjjcNyjgE7HnZHSC686fWuhUUCiWsn      BTC: 163MGvqd2mr7iHumVYSpEM9jpS7dfEEqkv
CHN: CY2tsr2JKmQa7tUgZW9SkRJyUNwHzvveT2   FTC: 6uH8iaXt23WPVcJHy8eGLtm5cst5kYQnhN
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November 03, 2013, 07:26:17 PM
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So I assume you don't own this address?  LMEvStavc3PhDDerMQhy46VvZs49d7JU29

Were ALL of your coins sent?

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November 03, 2013, 08:06:07 PM
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If you still have coins then probably you sent them yourself. I doubt a scammer would leave you with any coins. Don't drink and crypto. Grin
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November 03, 2013, 08:07:40 PM
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If you still have coins then probably you sent them yourself. I doubt a scammer would leave you with any coins. Don't drink and crypto. Grin

I agree with this. Something nefarious probably would have cleaned out your wallet.

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November 03, 2013, 08:59:32 PM
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i agree that's why i am so confused lol.. i have no new software scrypts etc in this time period as well as antivirus has not detected anything hrmm!! i have checked all the exchanges i am a member of. I can't think of anything else i would have done with them sigh!! any other suggestions / ideas?

LTC: LcN9tjjcNyjgE7HnZHSC686fWuhUUCiWsn      BTC: 163MGvqd2mr7iHumVYSpEM9jpS7dfEEqkv
CHN: CY2tsr2JKmQa7tUgZW9SkRJyUNwHzvveT2   FTC: 6uH8iaXt23WPVcJHy8eGLtm5cst5kYQnhN
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November 03, 2013, 09:10:30 PM
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i agree that's why i am so confused lol.. i have no new software scrypts etc in this time period as well as antivirus has not detected anything hrmm!! i have checked all the exchanges i am a member of. I can't think of anything else i would have done with them sigh!! any other suggestions / ideas?

Have you tried -rescan or -salvagewallet to see if the coins could be found?

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November 03, 2013, 09:26:33 PM
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Maybe the scammer left a little to make you think that it wasn't a scammer who took them?

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November 04, 2013, 03:34:25 AM
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i am more curious now than anything.. wouldn't you move the coins after this many days if scammed from a wallet stealer? also so that this does not happen again what precautions should be made?

LTC: LcN9tjjcNyjgE7HnZHSC686fWuhUUCiWsn      BTC: 163MGvqd2mr7iHumVYSpEM9jpS7dfEEqkv
CHN: CY2tsr2JKmQa7tUgZW9SkRJyUNwHzvveT2   FTC: 6uH8iaXt23WPVcJHy8eGLtm5cst5kYQnhN
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November 05, 2013, 03:08:03 AM
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welp coins just moved!! and i did not do it so bye i guess lol.

LTC: LcN9tjjcNyjgE7HnZHSC686fWuhUUCiWsn      BTC: 163MGvqd2mr7iHumVYSpEM9jpS7dfEEqkv
CHN: CY2tsr2JKmQa7tUgZW9SkRJyUNwHzvveT2   FTC: 6uH8iaXt23WPVcJHy8eGLtm5cst5kYQnhN
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