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November 05, 2013, 02:46:54 PM
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I'm new here, this is my first post, so first of all, i wanna say hello to everybody!
Second of all, don't use bitlaunder.com. They will take your bitcoins and no nothing. I made an account, deposit the bitcoins in the designated wallet, and guess what, on my deposit balance i have zero. After 100 confirmations.
So, if i was idiot enought to trust them with my small amount of BTC, please, don't be like me.

Take care!
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November 05, 2013, 03:10:50 PM
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Yes. i waited 24h. I guess is enought.
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December 29, 2013, 03:29:43 AM
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Bullshit.  Whoever this guy is, he's a straight-up liar.

Accuser: What is your Bitlaunder username?

We don't need to scam anyone.  Our revenue model is commissions, and we make far too much money from commissions (up to 3%) than stealing a few measly coins.

Again, let me know your username and I will check your account. I am guessing you are just a hacker/extortionist trying to shake me down for a few btc so you can 'resolve' this situation. 

If you have a legitimate claim, post your username or (better yet) email me at Moriarty.Bitcoin@gmail.com or support@BitLaunder.  My name and contact info is right there on the site - I'm not hiding.  Funny though, you take the time to post on here about getting 'scammed' and yet you never emailed me or emailed support ..

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December 29, 2013, 03:43:19 AM
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Go ahead and post whatever 'evidence' you have of the 'scam'.  This is complete horseshit, and you know it.

I run BitPlastic.com, PaidBitcoin.com, BitFiverr.com, BitListing.com, BitSweeps.com, TheBitcoinEscrow.com and dozens more Bitcoin sites .. and, what, you think we're going to scam you for some miniscule amount of Bitcoins, and damage our reputation as a huge network?  Insane.

I don't like people slinging accusations at me, so if you have some evidence, or want to provide your BitLaunder username, I'm happy to personally take a look. I know for a fact you never even emailed support, as I just spoke with them. 

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December 29, 2013, 11:40:02 AM
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Go ahead and post whatever 'evidence' you have of the 'scam'.  This is complete horseshit, and you know it.

I run BitPlastic.com, PaidBitcoin.com, BitFiverr.com, BitListing.com, BitSweeps.com, TheBitcoinEscrow.com and dozens more Bitcoin sites .. and, what, you think we're going to scam you for some miniscule amount of Bitcoins, and damage our reputation as a huge network?  Insane.

I don't like people slinging accusations at me, so if you have some evidence, or want to provide your BitLaunder username, I'm happy to personally take a look. I know for a fact you never even emailed support, as I just spoke with them. 

How long does it take on average to launder/process coins through your website? Maybe this user just didn't wait long enough?


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February 06, 2014, 12:02:52 AM
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Laundering can take 2-3 hrs for a quick launder or up to 24hrs if the user chooses 'Secure Launder'

We have to mix the coins, so obviously it is not going to be instantaneous.  If this user wants to provide his BitLaunder username, I am happy to investigate the claim

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February 06, 2014, 01:46:42 AM
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how much did you put?

Whoooo is this?
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February 06, 2014, 02:05:58 AM
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Go ahead and post whatever 'evidence' you have of the 'scam'.  This is complete horseshit, and you know it.

I run BitPlastic.com, PaidBitcoin.com, BitFiverr.com, BitListing.com, BitSweeps.com, TheBitcoinEscrow.com and dozens more Bitcoin sites .. and, what, you think we're going to scam you for some miniscule amount of Bitcoins, and damage our reputation as a huge network?  Insane.

I don't like people slinging accusations at me, so if you have some evidence, or want to provide your BitLaunder username, I'm happy to personally take a look. I know for a fact you never even emailed support, as I just spoke with them. 

Do you have a minimum requirement? I noticed another site did and someone paid LESS than that and got pissed off because it was "stolen." Could have happened here as well?

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February 07, 2014, 04:48:02 PM
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checkout my experience with bitlaunder.com

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=453671.0


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February 07, 2014, 07:50:08 PM
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I'm new here, this is my first post, so first of all, i wanna say hello to everybody!

Welcome.

Second of all, don't use bitlaunder.com. They will take your bitcoins and no nothing. I made an account, deposit the bitcoins in the designated wallet, and guess what, on my deposit balance i have zero. After 100 confirmations.
So, if i was idiot enought to trust them with my small amount of BTC, please, don't be like me.
If you have a legitimate claim, post your username or (better yet) email me at Moriarty.Bitcoin@gmail.com or support@BitLaunder.  My name and contact info is right there on the site - I'm not hiding.  Funny though, you take the time to post on here about getting 'scammed' and yet you never emailed me or emailed support ..

Let's see how this will turn out....
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February 07, 2014, 11:16:33 PM
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how much bitcoin did you put with them?
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February 08, 2014, 12:12:58 AM
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Not sure how much washingmiss lost, I lost almost .4 bitcoins through them.  check out the link above.  I posted the whole timeline and story.  I would avoid them like the plague.
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February 08, 2014, 01:04:02 PM
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Why were you laundering coins in the first place?  Cheesy

These sites always seem shady regardless.
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February 08, 2014, 08:12:47 PM
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Why were you laundering coins in the first place?  Cheesy

These sites always seem shady regardless.

Technically it's just mixing, and it's not always for bad reasons. Bitcoin is meant to be anonymous; mixing coins allows the trend of anonymity.

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February 08, 2014, 08:55:49 PM
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Very well put.

There is absolutely nothing nefarious or otherwise sinister about wanting clean bitcoins.  Its absolutely no different than going to an ATM and getting cash to pay for a coke and a snickers at a store rather than with a debit card or credit card.  Neither of which are anonymous on any level.

That's my thoughts anyway.....
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February 08, 2014, 09:41:07 PM
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Very well put.

There is absolutely nothing nefarious or otherwise sinister about wanting clean bitcoins.  Its absolutely no different than going to an ATM and getting cash to pay for a coke and a snickers at a store rather than with a debit card or credit card.  Neither of which are anonymous on any level.

That's my thoughts anyway.....

The cash thing is a good analogy. I know of people who refuse to use Debit/Credit/Checks solely because they don't want to be tracked. If you want to buy something, that's your own business.

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February 08, 2014, 10:00:09 PM
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Now that's a base libertarian thought process if I ever saw.

What one person does is no one else's business so long as they are not messing with others.
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February 08, 2014, 10:04:33 PM
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Now that's a base libertarian thought process if I ever saw.

What one person does is no one else's business so long as they are not messing with others.

It makes life SO difficult though. I prefer to just use credit so I carry around one item and don't have to worry. Makes things a lot easier for me.

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February 08, 2014, 10:12:04 PM
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OMG now we launder BTC?

I don't want to live on this planet anymore!

why is it so hard to have a wallet on the pc at home one on phone and go to an internet cafe instal a btc wallet send the coins from phone to that wallet and then back to another address you own!


set up a small blog where you ask for donations


problem sloved!

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February 08, 2014, 10:22:34 PM
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OMG now we launder BTC?

I don't want to live on this planet anymore!

why is it so hard to have a wallet on the pc at home one on phone and go to an internet cafe instal a btc wallet send the coins from phone to that wallet and then back to another address you own!


set up a small blog where you ask for donations


problem sloved!

It's not really "laundering," in the sense people think it is. Read my earlier posts. He really should have just called it a mixing service. And there are many wallets/sites that do mixing as it is.

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