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July 31, 2011, 05:57:55 PM

User kidage is a scammer, he asked for 3 Minecraft gift codes from me today. After recieving the codes, he stopped all communicaton. Needless, to say, I never got a payment from him. Be warned, and never do business with this user. I'm asking moderator to ban his account in order to protect bitcoin community from such criminal scum Sad

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July 31, 2011, 06:57:30 PM

Looks like that's the case. We won't ban him, but we can label him as a scammer. However, that will have to wait until Theymos gets back from his weekend vacation.

Always remember:
If you are reputable (as you became in that thread, with high rep users successfully buying from you), you should ALWAYS ask to be paid first, before releasing your product/service, unless someone significantly more reputable than you is buying, then it's their call.
If neither side is SIGNIFICANTLY reputable, then you should use escrow. Even if they are reputable, escrow is still a good idea.

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