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March 20, 2015, 07:37:15 PM
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the service works fine .. sometimes takes 10 minutes, sometimes 10hours, but always does a clean launder .. dont believe the bullshit on this thread

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March 30, 2015, 06:47:03 AM
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Yeah we should all believe Mr. dKingston. Obviously a trustworthy guy. Backs up Moriarty and has negative trust of his own and plasters CoinChimp all over his user profile which is owned by.... hmmmm. Moriarty

Use his sites if you want. I'm not saying he is a scammer, I am just saying he steals $80,000 from some people, makes websites under the name of others to defame them and slander them for trying to help recover someone's funds. Hey, I don't know... maybe that's your thing... you may enjoy losing your 80k or perhaps your job.
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June 11, 2015, 06:22:31 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 ..

Hey Moriarty,

I'm relatively new to Bitcoin, and I signed up for your service. I've been waiting for my bitcoin to be deposited into a wallet of mine, but so far it hasn't happened. I should have googled BitLaunder before i stupidly signed up and deposited. I really hope this isn't a scam. Can you please look into this for me? I'd really appreciate it.

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June 11, 2015, 07:33:34 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 ..

Hopefully you can help me...

My username is gbcm15. I deposited into bitlaundry, but so far nothing. I went to deposit into my other acct and it's not there. I emailed your email address, but it bounced back. I'm hoping you can help me out. I don't want to join the chorus of people calling you a scammer, and i would like to prove them wrong.

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August 02, 2015, 09:12:26 AM
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Hello guys,

bitlounder service worked for me, well it took over 12h to proceed but it worked fine, i got mental after 3 hrs and opened a ticket to support.
Morning after my bitcoins were totally transferred.
Now probably some user got scammed or hacked but my wasn't the case. I'm not affiliated with that service in any matter.

Here some proof :
1 pic is lounder completed
2-3 pic is withdrawal of some bitcoins after i thought it was a scam

http://imageshack.com/a/img673/1044/XxBKGU.png
http://imageshack.com/a/img540/8752/NU6Jxd.png

http://imageshack.com/a/img538/5962/ce7wuf.png

unfortunatly i can't get the proof for transaction for the 1.0 btc beacause the portal does not save the adresses, so if i would post the blockchain transaction i could not link it to the portal address. Anyway here they are:

https://blockchain.info/address/18TN97NCzMWc8JRfT92rrXh3VEvxgnYMvi
https://blockchain.info/address/1HsamwJddfb4QbxaRUQ5wSGCLj1KZzvKQi
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November 20, 2015, 04:59:46 PM
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Well, I had used bitlaunder a few times before, without issue.  After not being able to make contact using any of posted info I'm hoping to be contacted on here and that this wasn't an exit scam.
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