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November 27, 2013, 12:55:50 PM
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Just found BitPlastic where you can manage a wallet that provides funds to a Visa debit card for use with any online retailer, point of sale retailer or ATM.

I have not tried this service yet so do not consider this an endorsement. Just an interesting development.

http://www.BitPlastic.com
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December 01, 2013, 12:57:01 PM
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sent 0.3 btc to the site and money not showing on my account
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December 03, 2013, 06:49:19 AM
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contacted admin and they say that they will send me a refund me
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December 03, 2013, 08:59:18 AM
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Let us know if you get it back. Would be good to know this is not a scam.

I had not used the service because some of the prices seemed too high. I received an email from them the other day though saying that due to the increase in BTC, they were drastically reducing them.
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December 09, 2013, 04:12:27 PM
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Still waiting for my refund, not impressed so far
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December 10, 2013, 06:00:22 PM
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still no refund, they have said that their is a glitch or virus in their system and it has sent the payment elsewhere and they are trying to trace. These guys are either scammers or seriously incompetent.
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December 10, 2013, 06:19:17 PM
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oyvinds, can you tell me how this proves the site is a scam? It sure is looking like it at the moment but I'm not understanding your post. Many people use an identity protection service for domain registration. bitcointalk uses whoisguard.
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December 10, 2013, 06:22:23 PM
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oyvinds, can you tell me how this proves the site is a scam? It sure is looking like it at the moment but I'm not understanding your post. Many people use an identity protection service for domain registration. bitcointalk uses whoisguard.

Individuals yes but public companies are already public knowledge.  There are public records of the address, name, phone number of public companies so hiding that information is pointless.  Then again if you are running a scam it isn't pointless.  Still I wouldn't say it is 100% proof of a scam but it certainly is suspect.

As an example:
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Domain Name: MTGOX.COM
Registry Domain ID:
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.1api.net
Registrar URL: http://www.1api.net
Updated Date: 2013-03-29T09:44:40Z
Creation Date: 2007-01-02T21:05:49Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2021-01-02T21:05:49Z
Registrar: 1api GmbH
Registrar IANA ID: 1387
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: email@1api.net
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +49.68416984x200
Reseller: KalyHost http://www.kalyhost.com/
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Mark Karpelès
Registrant Organization: TIBANNE Co.,Ltd.
Registrant Street: 11-5 Shibuya 2-Chōme
Registrant City: Shibuya
Registrant State/Province: Tokyo
Registrant Postal Code: 150-0002
Registrant Country: JP
Registrant Phone: +81.345206200
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: email@tibanne.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Mark Karpelès
Admin Organization: TIBANNE Co.,Ltd.
Admin Street: 11-5 Shibuya 2-Chōme
Admin City: Shibuya
Admin State/Province: Tokyo
Admin Postal Code: 150-0002
Admin Country: JP
Admin Phone: +81.345206200
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax:
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: email@tibanne.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Mark Karpelès
Tech Organization: TIBANNE Co.,Ltd.
Tech Street: 11-5 Shibuya 2-Chōme
Tech City: Shibuya
Tech State/Province: Tokyo
Tech Postal Code: 150-0002
Tech Country: JP
Tech Phone: +81.345206200
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax:
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: email@tibanne.com

No real reason to hide the names and addresses on domain registration simply because even if they were hidden those same names, addresses, and phone numbers would be visible on countless other public docs.
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December 11, 2013, 08:40:46 PM
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well my money never showed on my account and still waiting a refund
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December 11, 2013, 08:46:45 PM
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it sure does look like a total scam, judging by website contents alone.

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December 27, 2013, 04:25:58 PM
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The guy behind bitplastic has a profile on this site: "Moriartybitcoin". https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=166158

Maybe contact him and link him to this topic. Bitcointalk can help to keep services accountable to the "community" here.

Best of luck straightening this out. (And while you're at it, maybe ask him to reduce his crazy card issuance fee. 0.28 BTC! What for?)

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December 27, 2013, 09:02:53 PM
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have tried but he wont reply
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December 27, 2013, 09:12:12 PM
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or use Zerocoin in the future.

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December 30, 2013, 08:54:32 PM
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well my money never showed on my account and still waiting a refund

User 'aggster' is a scammer.

He claims on here that he sent 0.30 btc, but here is the email he sent to me:

'The amount of the payment was 3.005 sent 01\12\13 10.35am including the processing fee, ive never used blockchain but you should see the the transaction clearly by searching my address 13zsT51ca9hGtttVGMyDJNBzQ1ZW4wLX6Z or the address you provided me 1FrhtQitL3JghSccSEkwFtfBkKu1bthMff,
thanks mick'

So which is it, Mick, .30 or 3.005btc?  I know for a fact it's not 3.005btc, so you were trying to scam me.  Good luck with that.

If anyone wants me to forward them the email this scammer sent me, I will be happy to do so!

My personal email is moriarty.bitcoin@gmail.com

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January 02, 2014, 12:23:48 AM
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Glad to finally get a reply, please do not accuse me of being a scammer how can I be the scammer when ive sent you a payment. Never at any point did I ask for 3btc  I always mentioned 0.3btc
That was a typo error on that particular message and if you had any sense you would have realised this, the payment was 0.3005, with 0.005 being the processing fee.which is the fee for your card.
Now can you please refund me back my btc
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January 02, 2014, 12:48:30 AM
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The matter appears to be resolved and my bitplastic account has now been credited, now should I go against my better judgement and try this card or request a refund?
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January 08, 2014, 06:55:31 AM
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Hi

Ive opted in and put the money up for the bitplastic bitcoin debit card, It is costly! Around $200 - $250 is expensive.
But you are paying for the simplicity & privacy. I personally feel to exposed when sending license or ID
details to someone I dont know. Just based off Bitcoins history so far with Silk Road probably the biggest,
I think anonymous works great until the Bitcoin Kinks are ironed out, in saying that, I am a big bitcoin believer.

At first, there were stages I was skeptical of Bitplastic and thought it would be like
The Raxcard Ripoff in which they just blatantly stole my money with a straight out lie.
But my opinion on bitplastic is positive overall to date, Now I'm just about to find out if the card works

Bitplastic have kept me well informed and at the time of writing this Im at the stage where my card has
just been loaded with BTC (24-48hr process) then Im heading to the ATM where I live in Australia
and see how it goes. I had some security issues at first when my account was hacked but bitplastic
have quickly made the required changes and since it seams to be running safe and secure

I'm sick to death of straight out bitcoin thieves so I'm exposing any I come across thanks to a mates webpage
I work hard for my money as we all do, and to make money takes my time out of my precious life to earn.
While we get preyed on while were trying to find answers to problems, so I hope others can also benefit from my experiences

Im not involved with any of these groups, I write it as my experience happens, and have done the same for Bitplastic
Ive documented my dealings with raxcard.com to warn others. Im also currently watching Pyramining and now Bitplastic
Should Bitplastic come through, Ill praise them as I should but if they are the opposite, I guess youll read about it here

Should the money draw out ok, its alot cheaper that releasing cash MtGox (which was a 22% fee)
going through Virwox to paypal was something like 18% total fee. Bitplastic has been approx 5% to load the card with BTC
Im pretty sure its a $2 fee where I live so it totals approx 7% to have cash in your hand (After the 0.2 BTC cost of each card)

So my last thing to do is find out if the money comes out ok with the card, I have my pin number, card and Ill put the result on the webpage
in 48hrs of this blog. Im actually very confident Itll work, I think Micheal is offering something that's wanted, especially for bitcoin miners.
A simple way to turn bitcoins into cash anonymously, at least until the bitcoin economy is larger

You can find my experience so far by clicking below

http://tkdcentral.com/archives/bitplastic-bitcoin-debit-card-www-bitplastic-com-revolutionary-or-ripoff-our-experience-so-far/

My Raxcard & Pyramining results so far are also linked on that page if it helps

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April 26, 2014, 04:47:17 AM
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Hi Juswar,

We have not heard of your experience yet. I am curious (since I own the https://BitPlastic.com site!), how did the service work for you? Are you happy with the card?

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July 13, 2014, 01:25:03 PM
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well my money never showed on my account and still waiting a refund

User 'aggster' is a scammer.

He claims on here that he sent 0.30 btc, but here is the email he sent to me:

'The amount of the payment was 3.005 sent 01\12\13 10.35am including the processing fee, ive never used blockchain but you should see the the transaction clearly by searching my address 13zsT51ca9hGtttVGMyDJNBzQ1ZW4wLX6Z or the address you provided me 1FrhtQitL3JghSccSEkwFtfBkKu1bthMff,
thanks mick'

So which is it, Mick, .30 or 3.005btc?  I know for a fact it's not 3.005btc, so you were trying to scam me.  Good luck with that.

If anyone wants me to forward them the email this scammer sent me, I will be happy to do so!

My personal email is moriarty.bitcoin@gmail.com

SHUT THE F UP MORIARTY

KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT

You'll have plenty of time to open it in jail

Hi all, anywhere you see Michael Moriarty or the Bitcoin Network of Crappy Sites, run!

I suggest you first check http://antilyze.com

Moriarty is a fake.  He's a fraud. He's a scam. And a thief.  He stole $80,000 from someone and is a pathetic scam artist.  He uses a fake name and declares a fake PhD.

Here is the network of scam sites that I'd avoid.  If you are into handouts, please send bitcoin to 1C9rewdqraMuhRrL8RL4bkw5rkSCHdNawt  Michael has plenty with his $80,000 theft from last week.  My personal favorite is the first one.

bitscams.org
bitwebhosting.com   
elaunder.com
bitbuzzer.com
btwager.com
btcstakes.com
bitflippa.com
bitzam.com
bitbrowse.com
bitwant.com
bithyip.com
paidbitcoin.com
duocoin.com
bitarmored.com
coinchill.com
coinchimp.com
bitbiddy.com
walletpays.com
vcbtc.com
smoochbay.com
fairbitcoindice.com
bitplastic.com   
hotbitcoins.com   
bitforum.org   
bitlisting.com   
bitspeculate.com   
bit007.com 
hotbitcoins.com
thebitcoinescrow.com   
bitlaunder.com   
bitfiverr.com
bitsecurity.com
bitmeetup.com
bitsweeps.com
paidbitcoin.com
bitbing.com

Hey Mike, or Scammy Steve or Pathetic Paul or Thieving Timmy or Hide-a-way Harry or whatever your fake name is....  I'll never go away...  Pay back the $80,000 or eventually you'll go down! Difference between me and you bedsides the fact that you're a piece of shit....  IS THAT TRUTH ALWAYS WINS and I am on the side of truth.
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August 08, 2014, 11:52:22 AM
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Scammer Moriarty still at work

And he will SCAM SCAM SCAM until the police take Moriarty awayyyyy, awayyy way way away!

Now I know a few people will scream about their good experience.... well great for you and how efficient would a scam be if that is all you did was take everyone's money?  A much better scam would be help 4 or 5, steal form 1, help another 4 or 5, then steal....

Very clear scam proof including sock puppet accounts: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=723911.msg8179319#msg8179319

More Proof http://antilyze.com

$80,000 theft proof (see OP of RickyJames) here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=713699.msg8180116#msg8180116

More Allegations including fake Fiverr reviews: http://tedjonesweb.blogspot.ru/2014/01/bitplasticcom-scam-bitplastic-bitcoin.html 

Checkout "The Bad List" at http://badbitcoin.org

or simply search "Moriarty" in this forum....  you can't miss him.

DO NOT USE: coinchimp.com, bitplastic.com, bitlaunder.com, bitwebhosting.com, paidbitcoin.com, bitarmored.com, walletpays.com, vcbtc.com, hotbitcoins.com, bitforum.org, bitspeculate.com, bitsweeps.com, paidbitcoin.com, bitbing.com, bitscams.org (although right now, not sure for how long but http://bitscams.org is a good site)
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