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November 07, 2013, 10:35:34 AM
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I guess we'll just have to wait and see. I didn't lose that much, so I hope the people who had larger amounts in their wallet will get refunded.

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November 07, 2013, 10:43:07 AM
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I guess we'll just have to wait and see. I didn't lose that much, so I hope the people who had larger amounts in their wallet will get refunded.

4100+ BTC stolen, If 1 mil USD is nothing for TF, people can be refunded. I personally doubt it, it seems to me as TF scam, because of keeping so much in hot wallet  Angry
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November 07, 2013, 11:22:38 AM
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is blockchain.info still safe now? Huh
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November 07, 2013, 11:23:48 AM
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Hi everyone,
I started a thread on the refund process here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=326937.0

Hopefully people will be able to get some of their BTC back.
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November 07, 2013, 01:24:31 PM
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Extremely concerning

I imagine it will be a while before folks trust inputs.io again

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November 07, 2013, 01:38:01 PM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks
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November 07, 2013, 01:39:15 PM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks

Do none of you people know that you can get a (partial) refund? GO AND READ THE THREADS BEFORE YOU START POSTING ABOUT WHAT YOU LOST.
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November 07, 2013, 01:58:32 PM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks

What about my coins there? If you stored more than 1 BTC, send an email to support@inputs.io with a Bitcoin address (preferably, an offline, open source light/SPV wallet like Multibit or Electrum). Use the same email you're using on Inputs. Please don't store Bitcoins on an internet connected device, regardless of it is your own or a service's.

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November 08, 2013, 12:32:39 AM
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Wow that really sucks. Why do people trust others with their wallet? Why not just hold the coins yourself?
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November 12, 2013, 06:57:34 AM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks

What about my coins there? If you stored more than 1 BTC, send an email to support@inputs.io with a Bitcoin address (preferably, an offline, open source light/SPV wallet like Multibit or Electrum). Use the same email you're using on Inputs. Please don't store Bitcoins on an internet connected device, regardless of it is your own or a service's.


What about people with less than 1 BTC?
I filed a claim for 0.0025 BTC and you are asking for a government issued photo id
This is insane! Especially for the amount claimed. Why do you need an ID? You have been hacked, not me.

Some questions for you (TF) to ponder about:

- Why would someone trust their ID to a site that was hacked?
- Why would someone trust their ID to a site whose operator's ID is not known / wants to be anonymous?
- I sent the email from the same email address I registered with. Why do you need an ID now? ID was not needed to sign up.
- TF, why don't you give me a government issued photo ID of yourself first??  Maybe then I will send mine.




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November 12, 2013, 07:15:41 AM
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i hope their service has insurance to pay people up.

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November 12, 2013, 10:05:12 AM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks

What about my coins there? If you stored more than 1 BTC, send an email to support@inputs.io with a Bitcoin address (preferably, an offline, open source light/SPV wallet like Multibit or Electrum). Use the same email you're using on Inputs. Please don't store Bitcoins on an internet connected device, regardless of it is your own or a service's.


What about people with less than 1 BTC?
I filed a claim for 0.0025 BTC and you are asking for a government issued photo id
This is insane! Especially for the amount claimed. Why do you need an ID? You have been hacked, not me.

Some questions for you (TF) to ponder about:

- Why would someone trust their ID to a site that was hacked?
- Why would someone trust their ID to a site whose operator's ID is not known / wants to be anonymous?
- I sent the email from the same email address I registered with. Why do you need an ID now? ID was not needed to sign up.
- TF, why don't you give me a government issued photo ID of yourself first??  Maybe then I will send mine.





Is this for real? TF is asking for government documents? That wasn't the case for my claim. And I wouldn't feel comfortable giving them up, either.
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November 12, 2013, 10:12:27 AM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks

What about my coins there? If you stored more than 1 BTC, send an email to support@inputs.io with a Bitcoin address (preferably, an offline, open source light/SPV wallet like Multibit or Electrum). Use the same email you're using on Inputs. Please don't store Bitcoins on an internet connected device, regardless of it is your own or a service's.


What about people with less than 1 BTC?
I filed a claim for 0.0025 BTC and you are asking for a government issued photo id
This is insane! Especially for the amount claimed. Why do you need an ID? You have been hacked, not me.

Some questions for you (TF) to ponder about:

- Why would someone trust their ID to a site that was hacked?
- Why would someone trust their ID to a site whose operator's ID is not known / wants to be anonymous?
- I sent the email from the same email address I registered with. Why do you need an ID now? ID was not needed to sign up.
- TF, why don't you give me a government issued photo ID of yourself first??  Maybe then I will send mine.





Is this for real? TF is asking for government documents? That wasn't the case for my claim. And I wouldn't feel comfortable giving them up, either.

yes, this is for real. Here is the email I received:
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Hi,

We've identified this request as suspicious based on proprietary rules. In order to protect the amount against fraudulent claims, please attach a copy of a government issued photo ID matching your name. This is used for verification purposes only.
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November 12, 2013, 10:18:26 AM
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I would just leave it, accept your loss I guess. It would be a different story for 1+ BTC.

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November 12, 2013, 10:23:20 AM
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yes, this is for real. Here is the email I received:
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We've identified this request as suspicious based on proprietary rules. In order to protect the amount against fraudulent claims, please attach a copy of a government issued photo ID matching your name. This is used for verification purposes only.
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Seems kind of fishy. Verification? Users never had occasion to give their name to inputs.io in the first place. At best, he's trying to discourage people from making claims.
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November 12, 2013, 11:03:14 AM
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yes, this is for real. Here is the email I received:
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Hi,

We've identified this request as suspicious based on proprietary rules. In order to protect the amount against fraudulent claims, please attach a copy of a government issued photo ID matching your name. This is used for verification purposes only.
-------


Seems kind of fishy. Verification? Users never had occasion to give their name to inputs.io in the first place. At best, he's trying to discourage people from making claims.

He thinks people are going to trust him with their id's after this, lol.

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November 12, 2013, 11:32:54 AM
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yes, this is for real. Here is the email I received:
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Hi,

We've identified this request as suspicious based on proprietary rules. In order to protect the amount against fraudulent claims, please attach a copy of a government issued photo ID matching your name. This is used for verification purposes only.
-------


Seems kind of fishy. Verification? Users never had occasion to give their name to inputs.io in the first place. At best, he's trying to discourage people from making claims.

He thinks people are going to trust him with their id's after this, lol.

He knew people wouldn't give ID to him. Therefore he gets to keep the money. He asked ID for me and I have now lost a rather large sum of my money.

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November 12, 2013, 12:34:09 PM
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yes, this is for real. Here is the email I received:
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Hi,

We've identified this request as suspicious based on proprietary rules. In order to protect the amount against fraudulent claims, please attach a copy of a government issued photo ID matching your name. This is used for verification purposes only.
-------


Seems kind of fishy. Verification? Users never had occasion to give their name to inputs.io in the first place. At best, he's trying to discourage people from making claims.

He thinks people are going to trust him with their id's after this, lol.

He knew people wouldn't give ID to him. Therefore he gets to keep the money. He asked ID for me and I have now lost a rather large sum of my money.

True enough.

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November 12, 2013, 02:24:18 PM
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Looks like I lost my .35 btc that I had in there... This sucks

What about my coins there? If you stored more than 1 BTC, send an email to support@inputs.io with a Bitcoin address (preferably, an offline, open source light/SPV wallet like Multibit or Electrum). Use the same email you're using on Inputs. Please don't store Bitcoins on an internet connected device, regardless of it is your own or a service's.


What about people with less than 1 BTC?
I filed a claim for 0.0025 BTC and you are asking for a government issued photo id
This is insane! Especially for the amount claimed. Why do you need an ID? You have been hacked, not me.

Some questions for you (TF) to ponder about:

- Why would someone trust their ID to a site that was hacked?
- Why would someone trust their ID to a site whose operator's ID is not known / wants to be anonymous?
- I sent the email from the same email address I registered with. Why do you need an ID now? ID was not needed to sign up.
- TF, why don't you give me a government issued photo ID of yourself first??  Maybe then I will send mine.




Yes absolutely insane. He just want you forgot the btc and dont claim the refund

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November 12, 2013, 02:57:48 PM
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What about people with less than 1 BTC?
I filed a claim for 0.0025 BTC and you are asking for a government issued photo id
This is insane! Especially for the amount claimed. Why do you need an ID? You have been hacked, not me.

Some questions for you (TF) to ponder about:

- Why would someone trust their ID to a site that was hacked?
- Why would someone trust their ID to a site whose operator's ID is not known / wants to be anonymous?
- I sent the email from the same email address I registered with. Why do you need an ID now? ID was not needed to sign up.
- TF, why don't you give me a government issued photo ID of yourself first??  Maybe then I will send mine.
Yes absolutely insane. He just want you forgot the btc and dont claim the refund
I agree, that is ridiculous.
Just asking about the amount on inputs/coinlenders and an email from the same mailaddress to confirm should be enough.
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