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May 02, 2018, 03:38:25 PM
Last edit: June 15, 2019, 12:14:28 PM by mikeywith
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Based on the new flag system , Theymos states the following

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If you flag many users, you can create a single flag-explanations topic.

This topic will be the "flag-explanations" for all flags against every scammer on the list below which contains the profiles of known scammers on the digital goods board , these scammers pretend to have gift cards for dirt cheap, hide behind locked/self moderated topics so that nobody can call them out, it's 99.99% that you will lose money dealing with any of these scumbags.


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- Here is the list -

This order is based on recent activities (ascending)
Thanks to sandy-is-fine and Loycev for sorting and updating
At mikeywith's request, an update. Sorting: oldest account first failed again, I'll get it right next time:
    1. senamcikbenamcik (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
    2. senamcikbenamcik (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
    3. GiftCardWorld25 (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
    4. LetishasRogers Giftcards (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
    5. GiftCardPalace (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
    6. MadmanAmazon (Trust: neutral) (BPIP)
    7. PrimalCinder (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
    8. p0ls81n (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
    9. naitchs (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   10. BitmainCouponz (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   11. SoftwareKeysXYZ (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   12. donjon88 (Trust: -32: -5 / +0) (BPIP)
   13. lndpol1 (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   14. ne92k Banned! (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   15. davidx2019 (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   16. davidx2019 (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   17. CJS-CDKEYS (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   18. AWSbhw (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   19. Webmalik (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   20. BigCardz (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   21. BigCardz (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   22. universalisgiftcards (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   23. monrron (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   24. modernarts (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   25. ne91k (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   26. MrBossMan Is Back Banned! (Trust: -32: -5 / +0) (BPIP)
   27. MarioGabriel89 (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   28. caprediem (Trust: -64: -6 / +0) (BPIP)
   29. hagenuk1976 (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   30. SuWang91 (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   31. hpot82 (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   32. MinecraftKeys (Trust: -2: -1 / +0) (BPIP)
   33. bigcityworldz (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   34. TyronClayton (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   35. NutrichMass (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   36. KentSupplier (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   37. SoftW888 (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   38. damblit (Trust: -2: -1 / +0) (BPIP)
   39. hilyxc (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   40. Wommant (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   41. Wommant (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   42. Stacey Lacey Banned! (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   43. ItDoesntExist (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   44. Moderator Officier Banned! (Trust: -32: -5 / +0) (BPIP)
   45. KellyPrice Banned! (Trust: -32: -5 / +0) (BPIP)
   46. KellyPrice Banned! (Trust: -32: -5 / +0) (BPIP)
   47. bysmoith66 (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   48. Sinceyadin (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   49. SexyGazelle (Trust: -2: -1 / +0) (BPIP)
   50. CryptoGarage (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   51. SELLGIFTAMAZON (Trust: -2: -1 / +0) (BPIP)
   52. MarionJackson (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   53. BitcoinCoupons (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   54. sander2018 (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   55. FriendlySignal (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   56. ricodel (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   57. IPTV_Destination (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   58. etherPIC Banned! (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   59. eNazifKoin (Trust: -512: -9 / +0) (BPIP)
   60. burstcoin101 (Trust: -2: -1 / +0) (BPIP)
   61. YoutubeTV Banned! (Trust: -64: -6 / +0) (BPIP)
   62. safram (Trust: -128: -7 / +0) (BPIP)
   63. fastens (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   64. fastens (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   65. dusks Banned! (Trust: neutral) (BPIP)
   66. duskeegiftcards (Trust: neutral) (BPIP)
   67. HouseOfWesteros (Trust: -8: -3 / +0) (BPIP)
   68. bolg1 (Trust: -256: -8 / +0) (BPIP)
   69. SellWalmartGiftcard.com (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   70. IPTVReseller (Trust: -32: -5 / +0) (BPIP)
   71. Brazil3018 (Trust: -16: -4 / +0) (BPIP)
   72. cpmzin Banned! (Trust: -8192: -13 / +0) (BPIP)
   73. Lovehacked (Trust: -1024: -10 / +0) (BPIP)
   74. jaac (Trust: -128: -7 / +0) (BPIP)
   75. iliair110 Banned! (Trust: -4: -2 / +0) (BPIP)
   76. The Prince Of Egifts Banned! (Trust: -512: -9 / +0) (BPIP)
   77. Embroiderymate (Trust: -8192: -13 / +0) (BPIP)
   78. Skeptical One Banned! (Trust: -2048: -11 / +0) (BPIP)

The duplicates aren't mine Tongue I'll remove them in the next update.

these guys's topics occupy more than 50% of the first page of everyday.
they only make locked - self moderated topics with crazy cheap offers.



only use ESCROW dealing with these guys. just don't trade with them !


be aware. and if you have more suspects please share them here


* if you think you shouldn't be on the list, post away and prove me wrong.



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May 02, 2018, 07:20:36 PM
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We should also make a similar list of common "digital goods" that may not quite qualify as scams but are pretty misleading in what they are or have the potential to become a scam or stop working but it may not be immediately obvious. The first thing that comes to mind is all of these "random steam key" sellers. These are usually selling useless keys that they have gotten through bundles or giveaways and aren't actually "random". What they do is pretend they don't know the games that the keys are for, even when they definitely do, and also advertise good games that are not actually obtainable. Same thing goes with many software keys or licenses, especially Adobe. These usually do not last longer than a couple of months before they are deactivated or revoked.

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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 
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If you see any threads in digital goods that are self moderated and/or locked, with an autobuy link inside, you know for sure that it's a scam. And it goes without saying that all of them promise really good deals that of course will not be delivered.

Most of these people are already tagged, yet I see a lot of people still falling for these scams.

It's quite simple, just use your common sense. Don't go without escrow in the digital goods or goods section of the forum. Autobuy links aren't escrow services, there is no way for you to recover your funds once you send it.

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May 03, 2018, 12:34:47 PM
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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 

you just gave me a good hint ! you inspired me to do this  > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3507445.msg36200191#msg36200191


selling the scam list Cheesy, i do not think anyone has the right to move my topic else where !!

check it out Cheesy

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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 

you just gave me a good hint ! you inspired me to do this  > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3507445.msg36200191#msg36200191


selling the scam list Cheesy, i do not think anyone has the right to move my topic else where !!

check it out Cheesy

You should charge .0000000001BTC but have the buyer drop a penney in a collection box to officially make it a sale. 
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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 

you just gave me a good hint ! you inspired me to do this  > https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3507445.msg36200191#msg36200191


selling the scam list Cheesy, i do not think anyone has the right to move my topic else where !!

check it out Cheesy

You should charge .0000000001BTC but have the buyer drop a penney in a collection box to officially make it a sale. 


for that we need to chose a coin that has 0 or low fees BTC transactions are kinda high :d.

let's see, i don think they will move it ! but should they do, then i'l charge a whole PENNEY for the list Cheesy

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only use ESCROW dealing with these guys.


No. Just don't. At all. Trying to use escrow with these scammers might get someone scammed by a fake escrow.

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only use ESCROW dealing with these guys.


No. Just don't. At all. Trying to use escrow with these scammers might get someone scammed by a fake escrow.

Correct. Just dont buy anything at all from them.  Even if you use escrow, the scammer is likely to back out/disappear/not deliver and then you are left with the escrow fee.   Just avoid scammers altogether.

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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 

This is honestly pretty terrible, but in my opinion, if we made a thread about the most common ways of scamming with digital goods, it would have a fair chance of staying in that section as long as it was not directed towards any users in particular. Something sort of what I described in my previous post would probably get the green light by the mods, although of course, I can't be sure. If I have time later tonight I might do it myself, but it does get annoying to have the same sort of sales in there that for those of us who are experienced are obviously scams.

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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 

This is honestly pretty terrible, but in my opinion, if we made a thread about the most common ways of scamming with digital goods, it would have a fair chance of staying in that section as long as it was not directed towards any users in particular. Something sort of what I described in my previous post would probably get the green light by the mods, although of course, I can't be sure. If I have time later tonight I might do it myself, but it does get annoying to have the same sort of sales in there that for those of us who are experienced are obviously scams.

Just not allowing LOCKED or SELF MODERATED threads in the DIGITAL sections would resolve probably 75% of the problem.  Not all for sure ... but a lot more than the posts that no one reads anyway.
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Ask yourself OP... do two wrongs make a right?


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congrats you have been just moved to the top of the list because you have the guts to come here and say bullshit when almost everybody knows you are nothing but a scam Cheesy

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As is normal here, sadly this thread will be moved to "scam accusations" so no one who needs to see it would.  Scams are allowed to perpetuate forever here but these posts go into neverneverland. 

This is honestly pretty terrible, but in my opinion, if we made a thread about the most common ways of scamming with digital goods, it would have a fair chance of staying in that section as long as it was not directed towards any users in particular. Something sort of what I described in my previous post would probably get the green light by the mods, although of course, I can't be sure. If I have time later tonight I might do it myself, but it does get annoying to have the same sort of sales in there that for those of us who are experienced are obviously scams.

Just not allowing LOCKED or SELF MODERATED threads in the DIGITAL sections would resolve probably 75% of the problem.  Not all for sure ... but a lot more than the posts that no one reads anyway.


exactly, ! and guess what my list which i was selling for free has just got deleted Cheesy . so is it possible that one of the scammers has access to a moderator / admin account ? since i am just newbie here, maybe somebody else should with better understanding for how this forum works should sell the list Cheesy

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exactly, ! and guess what my list which i was selling for free has just got deleted Cheesy . so is it possible that one of the scammers has access to a moderator / admin account ? since i am just newbie here, maybe somebody else should with better understanding for how this forum works should sell the list Cheesy

I don't think there is a conspiracy. Post a thread in Meta and ask why your thread was against the rules. As far as I can see there is no rule against but I might be wrong.

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exactly, ! and guess what my list which i was selling for free has just got deleted Cheesy . so is it possible that one of the scammers has access to a moderator / admin account ? since i am just newbie here, maybe somebody else should with better understanding for how this forum works should sell the list Cheesy

I don't think there is a conspiracy. Post a thread in Meta and ask why your thread was against the rules. As far as I can see there is no rule against but I might be wrong.


I will try, thanks.

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What would be good is to have a sticky with all the known scammers on it but they have to be proven scammers rather than a my word against his. Sometimes a trust rating in red writing isn't enough to warn people not to trade

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What would be good is to have a sticky with all the known scammers on it but they have to be proven scammers rather than a my word against his. Sometimes a trust rating in red writing isn't enough to warn people not to trade


i have no idea why isn't there a list of suspected scams at least !. something is wrong Cheesy

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Shhhhhh, don't bring it up. Ad revenue of the forum would drop dead if this place wouldn't welcome spammers/scammers and become clean. There is no intention to get rid of those people, we all know that....

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Shhhhhh, don't bring it up. Ad revenue of the forum would drop dead if this place wouldn't welcome spammers/scammers and become clean. There is no intention to get rid of those people, we all know that....

makes  a lot of sense Cheesy

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