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August 10, 2011, 02:13:05 PM
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Hit and run lots of stories and no bit coins do not do business  my bad I sent first  live and learn 

Zem better hope hillbilly justice does not find him.
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August 10, 2011, 02:57:00 PM
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Not surprised by that,"Ryanwebber" mentioned through PM that "Zem" had done business with him in the past.I contacted Zem about if this was true and mentioned he had done "large transactions" with him in the past and could be "trusted".....turned out Ryanwebber was just another scammer and at the time had the logged in not even 1 1/2 minutes apart.

Moral of the story,trust no one and ask for past business sources to help you make a decision as it :

1.Allows you to check for other potential scammers that may have different login details.

2.Make sure they are willing to send first or in a phased process !!!

3.When in doubt use an Escrow service.

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August 10, 2011, 08:31:24 PM
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I tried for him to go first since he was newer.

And nothing. And didn't respond to me.

This account was a fraudulent account created by a girl in Melbourne, Australia. There is no point messaging this account, continue with reversing all paypal transactions.
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August 10, 2011, 08:52:57 PM
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This does not surprise me in the least. He never did reply to a PM I sent him. Now I know why...

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August 10, 2011, 09:11:42 PM
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He has stolen over $1,000 in BTC, USD. AT LEAST.
Wow,That's insane.Probably the highest number I've seen alleged thus far.


BTW,How come you didn't do a chargeback using Dwolla ? It might allow you to get your money back.That address also appears to have fuzzy images using google's streetview......yet the rest of the street is clear.


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August 10, 2011, 09:36:18 PM
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Almost sent him $250 USD.. whew
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August 11, 2011, 02:27:42 AM
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He has stolen over $1,000 in BTC, USD. AT LEAST.
Wow,That's insane.Probably the highest number I've seen alleged thus far.


BTW,How come you didn't do a chargeback using Dwolla ? It might allow you to get your money back.That address also appears to have fuzzy images using google's streetview......yet the rest of the street is clear.



Click around that street, or nearby streets, a few times.  Every picture of that side is fuzzy on the right and clear on the left.  My guess would be something on the camera's enclosure.

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August 11, 2011, 03:00:21 AM
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I got burned ones with skyline not twice thanks!

sorry guys I bet you try to be nice but it come down to take time and be careful before trust anyone!

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August 11, 2011, 06:15:14 AM
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Not surprised by that,"Ryanwebber" mentioned through PM that "Zem" had done business with him in the past.

They are the same person.

I will release his IP addresses if he doesn't respond to these allegations within two days.

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August 11, 2011, 08:07:21 AM
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Not surprised by that,"Ryanwebber" mentioned through PM that "Zem" had done business with him in the past.

They are the same person.

I will release his IP addresses if he doesn't respond to these allegations within two days.

I'd also contact the ISP and notify that their client is using their internet connection to conduct wire fraud.

Quote from: US criminal law
Wire fraud, in the United States Code, is any criminally fraudulent activity that has been determined to have involved electronic communications of any kind, at any phase of the event. The involvement of electronic communications adds to the severity of the penalty, so that it is greater than the penalty for fraud that is otherwise identical except for the non-involvement of electronic communications.

Wire fraud also incurs harsher penalties than mail fraud or theft so there is a high chance he will go to prison if he gets caught.
Since wire fraud is never considered a misdemeanor but a felony offense, he would face 10-30 years in a federal prison among rapists, killers, pedophiles etc.

The more of you that report Ryan Webber to the police or FBI the harsher his sentencing will be.
It's likely he will ponder if it was worth a few thousand bucks.

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If the mail and/or wire fraud charges do not involve federal securities or banks, each violation incurs 5 years' imprisonment and a $250,000 fine. In most cases, federal prosecutors will include far more than just one mail or wire fraud charge.

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The venue for prosecution under 18 USC 1343 is any district where either the transmission began or ended. The venue statute, 18 USC 3237, provides that venue is proper in any district in which the offense began, continued, or was completed.

Wire fraud is a felony offense under federal law. The penalty can be 20 years imprisonment. However, where the victim of the wire fraud was a financial institution (eg, bank), the sentence is enhanced. In these cases, the sentence can be 30 years in federal prison.

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August 11, 2011, 08:39:36 AM
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Not surprised by that,"Ryanwebber" mentioned through PM that "Zem" had done business with him in the past.

They are the same person.

I will release his IP addresses if he doesn't respond to these allegations within two days.

I'd also contact the ISP and notify that their client is using their internet connection to conduct wire fraud.

Quote from: US criminal law
Wire fraud, in the United States Code, is any criminally fraudulent activity that has been determined to have involved electronic communications of any kind, at any phase of the event. The involvement of electronic communications adds to the severity of the penalty, so that it is greater than the penalty for fraud that is otherwise identical except for the non-involvement of electronic communications.

Wire fraud also incurs harsher penalties than mail fraud or theft so there is a high chance he will go to prison if he gets caught.
Since wire fraud is never considered a misdemeanor but a felony offense, he would face 10-30 years in a federal prison among rapists, killers, pedophiles etc.

The more of you that report Ryan Webber to the police or FBI the harsher his sentencing will be.
It's likely he will ponder if it was worth a few thousand bucks.

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If the mail and/or wire fraud charges do not involve federal securities or banks, each violation incurs 5 years' imprisonment and a $250,000 fine. In most cases, federal prosecutors will include far more than just one mail or wire fraud charge.

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The venue for prosecution under 18 USC 1343 is any district where either the transmission began or ended. The venue statute, 18 USC 3237, provides that venue is proper in any district in which the offense began, continued, or was completed.

Wire fraud is a felony offense under federal law. The penalty can be 20 years imprisonment. However, where the victim of the wire fraud was a financial institution (eg, bank), the sentence is enhanced. In these cases, the sentence can be 30 years in federal prison.

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August 11, 2011, 11:48:04 AM
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he tried to sell me the quakecon pack for 12 BTC and aggressively PMed me. glad i didnt
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August 12, 2011, 09:00:53 AM
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Hey guys,
I feel very sorry for you!!! To make it less hard for you: I am a victim myself...:-(

I sent him a ukash voucher worth 110 EURO!! He sayed he needs to move money from dwolla first, so I had to wait. No response so far...
« Sent to: Zem on: August 09, 2011, 07:33:56 am »

As he had done more posts in this forum than I had, I supposed he was kind of trustwothy - though he was not even rated in IRC.
Looking though his post here I had to find out they all are low quality. Should have checked that before...

Guys, we have to process our deals in IRC and use its rating system with GnuPG.
Or we use one of that escrow services.

But anyway, we have to make it convention to use IRC&GnuPG or one of these services. We should officially pronounce this as a trading rule!!
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August 12, 2011, 12:25:02 PM
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Jack of Diamonds, I don't know how this fraud classified in U.S., but in most EU countries typical sentence for this crime is suspended prison term for few years and if perpetrator admits guilt he can only get monetary penalty.

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August 12, 2011, 03:40:59 PM
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Jack of Diamonds, I don't know how this fraud classified in U.S., but in most EU countries typical sentence for this crime is suspended prison term for few years and if perpetrator admits guilt he can only get monetary penalty.

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Ryan Webber
8658 Oleander St
Hobe Sound, Florida 33455

If the details are correct he will be sentenced according to US federal law.

The address definitely exists, if someone lives nearby they could pay a visit.

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August 12, 2011, 05:59:17 PM
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Please see this

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36617.0

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August 13, 2011, 07:34:01 AM
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Note that the board does not verify email addresses.

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Email: billymays@yahoo.com
166.216.162.162, 166.216.162.168, 166.216.162.174, 166.216.162.183, 166.216.162.192, 166.216.162.195, 166.216.162.26, 166.216.162.32, 166.216.162.35, 166.216.162.53, 166.216.162.56, 166.216.162.59, 166.216.162.71, 166.216.162.80, 166.216.162.83, 166.216.162.86, 166.216.162.95, 84.19.165.214, 84.19.165.220, 84.19.169.163, 98.211.155.139, 98.254.203.51

Zem
Previous username: Xen
Email: palmpano@yahoo.com
166.216.162.162, 166.216.162.174, 166.216.162.180, 166.216.162.192, 166.216.162.47, 166.216.162.62, 166.216.162.65, 166.216.162.83, 166.216.162.92, 84.19.165.214, 84.19.165.220, 84.19.169.162, 84.19.169.163, 84.19.169.232, 98.211.155.139, 99.119.205.46

Ceejay and BoomGoesTheDynamite may also be the same. Ceejay has used 99.119.205.46 and the 166.* IPs. BoomGoesTheDynamite has used the 166.* IPs and the 84.* IPs. After thinking about this for a while, I decided not to mark these two as scammers until more evidence appears.

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August 13, 2011, 10:30:17 AM
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Thanks theymos, good work!!

Our friend was online light after your post of his ip addresses, could you also post the latest one, please?
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August 13, 2011, 10:36:38 AM
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the 166s/84s seem to be masked with maybe tor, but 99.119.205.46 leads to... OH LOOKY: HOBE FUCKING SOUND.

http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip/99.119.205.46

also, his email palmpano@yahoo.com is on the GOXED hacked account list: http://dump.udderweb.com/Censorship/mtgox_leak.txt

8762,palmpano,palmpano@yahoo.com,$1$JBwl.dp7$R3iKhQ8kurnQevBqn2.wf.

Great work!! This nearly veryfies the address posted in this thread:

When theymos releases his IPs, IT'S FUCKING ON.

Lets go buddy;)
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August 13, 2011, 03:13:21 PM
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Yup, one of the IP's is not a proxy and is a normal broadband connection in Hobe Sd, Florida.


Tbh, just submit the info to your cops or report at http://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx, you already made their job that much easier

plus the forum admin here can verify he has posted from his home address even without a subpoena

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