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August 28, 2011, 02:47:58 AM
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IF YOU ORDERED A PACKAGE FROM HIM, PLEASE RE-PM ME WITH THE SHIPPING INFO AND IF HE WAS PAID FOR SHIPPING OR NOT.

HE TOLD ME THERE WERE 6 ORDERS THAT WERE SUPPOSED TO GO OUT VIA FEDEX TODAY. HE HAD A SIEZURE TODAY DURING HIS VISIT TO THE DOCTOR.

I AM GOING TO SHIP OUT THE PACKAGES FOR HIM TOMORROW.

PLEASE PM HIS ADDRESSES TO ME, OR EMAIL ME AT ARAGOTHRO@GMAIL.COM

HE TOLD ME HE IS VERY SORRY.

SINCERELY,
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Best watch out for some scammers sending some false info. I know more than one person would like to say they "ordered" something.

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August 28, 2011, 03:00:11 AM
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This seems like a double edged sword.

1) OP's account was stolen.
2) OP is telling the truth, but doesn't care if other users post false info.
2.1) Unless, OP has information and wants verification.
2.1.1) OP's original owner can verify transactions.
2.1.1.1) If so, why doesn't OP's original owner just say "I'm in the hospital?"

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August 28, 2011, 03:05:16 AM
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I hope we all get our shipments that was promised.
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August 28, 2011, 03:27:59 AM
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Pretty good scam I must say Grin
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August 28, 2011, 03:29:45 AM
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If the packages were ready for shipment, shouldn't them already have shipping labels on them on where they are going?
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August 28, 2011, 03:40:50 AM
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it'd be a shame if this is a scam. We did a few hundred USDs worth of transactions and he paid up front every time....
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I got a bunch of amazon GCs from him. I redeemed each time before i sent btc.
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I got a bunch of amazon GCs from him. I redeemed each time before i sent btc.

I sent him an amazon gift card for a touchpad.  Do you think you got my giftcard and he has your bitcoin and I am out a touchpad?

 
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August 28, 2011, 04:13:41 AM
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I got a bunch of amazon GCs from him. I redeemed each time before i sent btc.

You know the amounts of the Amazon GCs you got from him?
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did a couple $100, and a $20
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I hope the shipments get shipped today or tomorrow..
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Pretty good scam I must say Grin
yeah, he just happened to have the most wanted item on the internet at the best price...


thydude psots about selling hp touchpads starting early in the week


6 days later: gone forever

not surprised.


also its very funny to me because Thymos scammed stefanie andrea out of a touchpad,,, and stefanie is the account of another scammer here... a scammer scamming a scammer.


the irony
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also its very funny to me because Thymos scammed stefanie andrea out of a touchpad,,, and stefanie is the account of another scammer here... a scammer scamming a scammer.

the irony
wait... how did you jump to this conclusion? please clarify, because i have a open deal right now with this stefanie person...

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I have waited for several days for some kind of response.  The other day we get a response from someone using the account saying he was in hospital.  Reviewing all follow up messages posted see someone has bought gift codes from seller.  I paid for my item using an Amazon gift card.  I checked the status of the gift card and someone redeemed the card and I have no product.  I have contacted amazon since I have no product or gift card and told them my code is stolen and now they are looking to see who used it.  Might be some trouble coming this way for this seller and/or whomever purchased the gift card that was stolen.

 
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I have waited for several days for some kind of response.  The other day we get a response from someone using the account saying he was in hospital.  Reviewing all follow up messages posted see someone has bought gift codes from seller.  I paid for my item using an Amazon gift card.  I checked the status of the gift card and someone redeemed the card and I have no product.  I have contacted amazon since I have no product or gift card and told them my code is stolen and now they are looking to see who used it.  Might be some trouble coming this way for this seller and/or whomever purchased the gift card that was stolen.

I'm sure i used some of the codes if some of you bought the touchpads w/ amazon GC. I traded about 20ish BTCs for $250 worth of GCs. This place is getting crazy....
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August 29, 2011, 04:32:21 PM
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did anyone send him a $100 GC??

This is the transaction that i paid him 8btc in.

http://blockexplorer.com/address/16bMzpKkk84LQEdpfjYHZvDa484s2zncUN

You can pm me and we can confirm the code.
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These are the codes that i've used from ThyDude (i'm really not 100% certain which one are his... i've collected about $1400 worth of amazon GC from a huge number of uses the last 3 weeks)

34G7
FE2Q
X2G3
9ZBL

unfortunately that's as far as i can help.. I've actually already used w/e cards he gave me.. and i already lost over $250USD due to "incidents" in this forum...
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I paid with dwolla. So no product, I'll just report a claim.
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And that's the last we'll hear of Thydude.

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RIP homie
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RIP homie
A sad fate, lol
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also its very funny to me because Thymos scammed stefanie andrea out of a touchpad
Isn't Thymos the Administrator here?
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also its very funny to me because Thymos scammed stefanie andrea out of a touchpad
Isn't Thymos the Administrator here?

 Shocked

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I think you're a letter off. It's Theymos.
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These are the codes that i've used from ThyDude (i'm really not 100% certain which one are his... i've collected about $1400 worth of amazon GC from a huge number of uses the last 3 weeks)

34G7
FE2Q
X2G3
9ZBL

unfortunately that's as far as i can help.. I've actually already used w/e cards he gave me.. and i already lost over $250USD due to "incidents" in this forum...


One of these codes is mine 34G7 is mine.  Everyone else check codes.

 
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Sounds like I'm gonna get screwed once again... This time because ppl are too gullible to fall for something too good to be true. And its coming out of my pocket again...
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I feel like we need to go back to the age old mentality of "trust no one", always have a counterparty.
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These are the codes that i've used from ThyDude (i'm really not 100% certain which one are his... i've collected about $1400 worth of amazon GC from a huge number of uses the last 3 weeks)

34G7
FE2Q
X2G3
9ZBL

unfortunately that's as far as i can help.. I've actually already used w/e cards he gave me.. and i already lost over $250USD due to "incidents" in this forum...


One of these codes is mine 34G7 is mine.  Everyone else check codes.

Dude, this is fucking bullshit, i've been saving for this laptop for 3 months, sold all the gears i've had into BTC and exchanged them into Amazon GC, and now i am stuck in this bullshit after all the crap i've dealt with the last 2 weeks.

You do realize by reporting to amazon ur not ever going to get thydude, all you're doing is screwing me over. You're the one that fell for the scam.
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These are the codes that i've used from ThyDude (i'm really not 100% certain which one are his... i've collected about $1400 worth of amazon GC from a huge number of uses the last 3 weeks)

34G7
FE2Q
X2G3
9ZBL

unfortunately that's as far as i can help.. I've actually already used w/e cards he gave me.. and i already lost over $250USD due to "incidents" in this forum...


One of these codes is mine 34G7 is mine.  Everyone else check codes.

Dude, this is fucking bullshit, i've been saving for this laptop for 3 months, sold all the gears i've had into BTC and exchanged them into Amazon GC, and now i am stuck in this bullshit after all the crap i've dealt with the last 2 weeks.

You do realize by reporting to amazon ur not ever going to get thydude, all you're doing is screwing me over. You're the one that fell for the scam.

My deal was never to get anyone else involved but to get my money back.  That is the reason I paid with something that I can request back unlike a bitcoin.  I got nothing in return for my money.  Someone sold you something stolen and you bought it unknowingly from a scammer as well.  Your deal just happened to work out.

 
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August 29, 2011, 10:18:00 PM
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These are the codes that i've used from ThyDude (i'm really not 100% certain which one are his... i've collected about $1400 worth of amazon GC from a huge number of uses the last 3 weeks)

34G7
FE2Q
X2G3
9ZBL

unfortunately that's as far as i can help.. I've actually already used w/e cards he gave me.. and i already lost over $250USD due to "incidents" in this forum...


One of these codes is mine 34G7 is mine.  Everyone else check codes.

Dude, this is fucking bullshit, i've been saving for this laptop for 3 months, sold all the gears i've had into BTC and exchanged them into Amazon GC, and now i am stuck in this bullshit after all the crap i've dealt with the last 2 weeks.

You do realize by reporting to amazon ur not ever going to get thydude, all you're doing is screwing me over. You're the one that fell for the scam.

couldn't you tell amazon u bought this gift card from craiglist or something and tell them you are the victim as well? why would anyone check a gift card to see if its stolen or not?
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August 29, 2011, 10:24:34 PM
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I call bullshit on seizure.  My opinion. 

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He's either moved on to another forum to scam more idiots willing to part with their money or is using a dupe account to do it all over again here. Considering the amount of gullible fools in this forum, I'd say the latter.
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These are the codes that i've used from ThyDude (i'm really not 100% certain which one are his... i've collected about $1400 worth of amazon GC from a huge number of uses the last 3 weeks)

34G7
FE2Q
X2G3
9ZBL

unfortunately that's as far as i can help.. I've actually already used w/e cards he gave me.. and i already lost over $250USD due to "incidents" in this forum...


One of these codes is mine 34G7 is mine.  Everyone else check codes.

Dude, this is fucking bullshit, i've been saving for this laptop for 3 months, sold all the gears i've had into BTC and exchanged them into Amazon GC, and now i am stuck in this bullshit after all the crap i've dealt with the last 2 weeks.

You do realize by reporting to amazon ur not ever going to get thydude, all you're doing is screwing me over. You're the one that fell for the scam.

couldn't you tell amazon u bought this gift card from craiglist or something and tell them you are the victim as well? why would anyone check a gift card to see if its stolen or not?

that's probably exactly what i'd do... i'm done paying for other ppl's idiocy.
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He's either moved on to another forum to scam more idiots willing to part with their money or is using a dupe account to do it all over again here. Considering the amount of gullible fools in this forum, I'd say the latter.

This was the most obvious scam I have ever seen and people still threw their BTC at him.

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My scam prevention scheme:
me - "I will not send first!"
seller - "ok, how about half on sending the package?"
me -"I will not send a single bitcoin first, but I will accept sending to trusted escrow"
seller - "great, I trust (insert seller alter-ego here)!"
me - "How about (insert list of people with more than a year on the forum, and still active)"

Three things may happen here, in order of probability, top is higher:
- Silence... soon after I see people crying scam on this seller's threads
- "I know none of those people!", followed by what's described above
- "Ok, I'll just send first, I guess I can trust you, please don't scam me"

I have this down to a science Smiley
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My scam prevention scheme:
me - "I will not send first!"
seller - "ok, how about half on sending the package?"
me -"I will not send a single bitcoin first, but I will accept sending to trusted escrow"
seller - "great, I trust (insert seller alter-ego here)!"
me - "How about (insert list of people with more than a year on the forum, and still active)"

Three things may happen here, in order of probability, top is higher:
- Silence... soon after I see people crying scam on this seller's threads
- "I know none of those people!", followed by what's described above
- "Ok, I'll just send first, I guess I can trust you, please don't scam me"

I have this down to a science Smiley

lol +1

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I find this funny because I was negotiating buying the laptop from him and the first message he sent me was...
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Look, I really don't mean to be rude, but I've just started here, and I'm being called a scammer for something I haven't even done.

I understand skepticism is one thing, but blatantly calling me a scammer for shit that hasn't happened is another.

And I realize it's not you calling me a scammer, I'm just explaining to you why I might have come off as a little....rude.

I'm sorry that this has inconvenienced you,
Have a good day!

lol he did seem somewhat legit however he pushed hard to sell me the laptop. Later on he sent me this message:
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1Na6X3gU1evMqUwYZZjk8ZxYu4tvA1Mv8G is the addy btw.

You can get in touch with me on AIM at "Ryouge" without the quotes.

I will be on all day, and I idle, so just drop a message if you need to get in touch with me.

I believe the UPS store closes around 5, but I'll need at least 2 hours to package and drive to the UPS store.

UPS ground shipping is around $20 on it.

I would include this, but the price is already so low that I feel it should be the buyers responsibility to pay this.

I'm in such a bind that I'm already losing 500+ on this lappy, however, I guess it is I that got myself in the predicament, so if the shipping charges are what's the deciding factor of your purchase, let me know and I can probably pay them....

Goodnight!

^^ thats his aim if anyone wants to try to get in touch with him. This is when I started to doubt him because he said he was in a bind and needed money and was loosing 500$ off the laptop and then he sent:

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Well, it is an or best offer situation.

The pawn shop only offered me $300 for it, so I might be pushing my luck asking for $400.

$350? Cheesy

and this:

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Actually, I just updated the topic. I'm asking $330 firm.

Let me know if this changes your mind, if not, it's going to the pawn shop tomorrow.

Later I saw he updated the thread to sell the laptop at 300$ at which point his offers stop making sense. I think he did mention he trades on silkroad as well.
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He's either moved on to another forum to scam more idiots willing to part with their money or is using a dupe account to do it all over again here. Considering the amount of gullible fools in this forum, I'd say the latter.

This guy isnt going anywhere. Its too easy. He will be back for sure.
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Bitches be scamming.
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August 30, 2011, 04:05:24 PM
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This thread displays why I would not trade with someone anything over 10 btc. Simply cause anyone who has only been on the forums for less than a month cannot be truly trusted. Also someone who makes around 10 posts a day is suspicious also.
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This thread displays why I would not trade with someone anything over 10 btc. Simply cause anyone who has only been on the forums for less than a month cannot be truly trusted. Also someone who makes around 10 posts a day is suspicious also.

Your last point is rendered invalid.

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This thread displays why I would not trade with someone anything over 10 btc. Simply cause anyone who has only been on the forums for less than a month cannot be truly trusted. Also someone who makes around 10 posts a day is suspicious also.

Your last point is rendered invalid.

You have been here since june so you could be trusted. Also you are not trading for 100$+ during your first 10 days on the forum.... You are also misquoting me also since you failed to read the rest and just choose ,which point that I said was simply suspicious. Someone should work their way up in rep. He was going balls out selling items that are high value.
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lmao sounds like NINJA-- is thydude to me...

"he wont go anywhere its too easy to scam people here"

who would say that other than a scammer?
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lmao sounds like NINJA-- is thydude to me...

"he wont go anywhere its too easy to scam people here"

who would say that other than a scammer?

Anyone that has read the forum in the past few months? I mean, I remember a year ago, this was a peaceful and trusted land. We didn't need cops or guidelines, we were a small and happy community...

Then bitcoins got valued, attracting interest from every kind of person... EVERY kind of person Smiley
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lmao sounds like NINJA-- is thydude to me...


Whatever, go point your finger at somebody else. You dont need to be a scammer to have common sense. If he is getting away with it why would he stop? Coolhwip said the same thing.
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User X is in the hospital/sick/dying/had his brain amputated/parents died/grandmother died/dog died/gerbil died. Sympathy ploy to cloud your emotions while he runs away. Old.

Anyone that has read the forum in the past few months? I mean, I remember a year ago, this was a peaceful and trusted land. We didn't need cops or guidelines, we were a small and happy community...

Then bitcoins got valued, attracting interest from every kind of person... EVERY kind of person Smiley
There are scammers on every forum. People just need to use common sense.

As for using escrow with random forum member? I don't know you. I don't know person X. It's a hassle. What if person X is a crook? Time on the forum means little - it's just a name. What seller would do that?

Ways to protect yourself:
1. Trust no one. Use an established escrow service like www.escrow.com. Problem: Not many sellers are willing to go through the hassle or fees. Not a great option.
2. Look at their feedback. If it is only a few, be cautious. If it is eBay, e-mail them through that account to confirm that it is a legit. Someone could create a forum name to match an established eBay account. Also, if it is eBay, check their feedback history to make sure it is not just filled with $0.99 purchases. Even feedback is no insurance. I have been ripped off by someone with years of history and 44 all positive feedback on eBay. Fortunately, I and another buyer recovered our money through PayPal and this virtually never happens. You have to have some measure of trust, but be smart about it. Insurance will help you out.
3. Ask them to ship first. If you have significantly more feedback than them, you have built up more trust than they have. It is a reasonable request.
4. Use Heatware. It is an established feedback system that you can carry with you anywhere on the internet. Quickly check that the feedback is legit.
5. Pay with AmazonPayments, PayPal or credit cards. All of these have a level of built-in insurance protection. Bitcoins have none.
6. Seniority on forums is meaningless - don't trust people, just because they have been around awhile. Have seen established members use that "trust" and run away with people's money. Even moderators. It takes 60 seconds to register a new account on a forum. Sometimes people get in desperate situations and are willing to rip off others.
7. No trade history and they won't ship first - how much are you willing to lose?

I was burned early on, but have lost no money from fraud in at least a decade of trading by following these guidelines.

Be safe, guys.
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August 31, 2011, 07:41:35 AM
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i really don't understand the point of this thread. if he's going to scam someone, why make another excuse to say hes in the hospital? he already has everyone's money, the intentions are already there, why make this thread? i really hope scumbags like this do end up with a seizure later on for the karma.

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I'm still not 100% convinced that it is a scam.  It sure looks like it at this point, but if it is, he's a really dang good liar based on his posting history.  None of it looks scammish at all.  And as haploid pointed out, why even make a thread like this if he's just going to disappear anyway?

Still holding out hope that I didn't get scammed, but I'll probably have to kiss those coins goodbye.  Sad
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I'm still not 100% convinced that it is a scam.  It sure looks like it at this point, but if it is, he's a really dang good liar based on his posting history.  None of it looks scammish at all.  And as haploid pointed out, why even make a thread like this if he's just going to disappear anyway?

Still holding out hope that I didn't get scammed, but I'll probably have to kiss those coins goodbye.  Sad

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I'm still not 100% convinced that it is a scam.  It sure looks like it at this point, but if it is, he's a really dang good liar based on his posting history.  None of it looks scammish at all.  And as haploid pointed out, why even make a thread like this if he's just going to disappear anyway?

Still holding out hope that I didn't get scammed, but I'll probably have to kiss those coins goodbye.  Sad

I thought he's a bad liar...my gut reaction before ANYone said anything about a potential scam was that it was a scam.

Come on, what newb to the forum would come and try to sell $3000 worth of equipment spanning multiple threads in a matter of hours?

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5. Pay with AmazonPayments, PayPal or credit cards. All of these have a level of built-in insurance protection. Bitcoins have none.
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Bitcoin protects legit, established sellers from paypal and CC chargeback scammers.

If you don't own the private keys, you don't own the coins.
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Pearikay, a laptop for 27 BTC.

I'm still not 100% convinced that it is a scam.  It sure looks like it at this point, but if it is, he's a really dang good liar based on his posting history.  None of it looks scammish at all.  And as haploid pointed out, why even make a thread like this if he's just going to disappear anyway?

Still holding out hope that I didn't get scammed, but I'll probably have to kiss those coins goodbye.  Sad

I thought he's a bad liar...my gut reaction before ANYone said anything about a potential scam was that it was a scam.

Come on, what newb to the forum would come and try to sell $3000 worth of equipment spanning multiple threads in a matter of hours?
Well, guess I didn't do my due diligence research then.  I wasn't looking at what else was for sale.
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I was very suspicious seeing 2/3 threads on the front page for 100+ items. After this thread seeing he recently joined the forum made it more suspicious.
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I was very suspicious seeing 2/3 threads on the front page for 100+ items. After this thread seeing he recently joined the forum made it more suspicious.

not to mention he admitted to being in legal trouble for criminal damage to property and that apparently was a reason he didn't want his handwriting shown in a picture next to the products.  he feared he could get into more legal trouble.  This is weird in an of itself, but I actually suspect he made that whole part up as well as a really lame reason why he couldn't show his handwriting next to the product.

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I was very suspicious seeing 2/3 threads on the front page for 100+ items. After this thread seeing he recently joined the forum made it more suspicious.

not to mention he admitted to being in legal trouble for criminal damage to property and that apparently was a reason he didn't want his handwriting shown in a picture next to the products.  he feared he could get into more legal trouble.  This is weird in an of itself, but I actually suspect he made that whole part up as well as a really lame reason why he couldn't show his handwriting next to the product.

More and more we see he is very untrustworthy. This should be a good example so people don't get scammed. This should just detour people from buying stuff on a whim.
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I was very suspicious seeing 2/3 threads on the front page for 100+ items. After this thread seeing he recently joined the forum made it more suspicious.

not to mention he admitted to being in legal trouble for criminal damage to property and that apparently was a reason he didn't want his handwriting shown in a picture next to the products.  he feared he could get into more legal trouble.  This is weird in an of itself, but I actually suspect he made that whole part up as well as a really lame reason why he couldn't show his handwriting next to the product.

More and more we see he is very untrustworthy. This should be a good example so people don't get scammed. This should just detour people from buying stuff on a whim.
Consider me deterred.  :\
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What came of this? Did anyone get scammed by thydude? I just made an offer on the laptop he is selling today but after searching for his name on the forums I'm not going to risk trading with him. Why isn't his account marked as scammer yet?

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Good question. I see he is back and posting after a month hiatus. Hope he's here to pay people their btc back :p
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This forum supports scammers, if you get scammed it is your own fault as I understand it.
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He never sent me the laptop.  DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM HIM.
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October 09, 2011, 10:46:15 PM
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This forum supports scammers, if you get scammed it is your own fault as I understand it.

If you steal people's Bitcoins the admins don't bother you for months, if at all, regardless of how many people report you, or how much proof you have. However they have plenty of time to ban reputable traders for the unwritten rule of "excessive bumping" for 4 days, without a single warning. I am also fairly uncomfortable with the fact that this forum is now run by Mt. Gox. No wonder we are starting to see tumbleweeds blowing around the forum.

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Stef was a scammer, of course I never sent her a touchpad.

Ryuguy was a scammer, we all decided I didn't have to send him a product.

SGTSpike should have received his laptop. It was sent out the day after this original post was made.

Am I forgetting people that I supposedly scammed?
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Stef was a scammer, of course I never sent her a touchpad.

Ryuguy was a scammer, we all decided I didn't have to send him a product.

SGTSpike should have received his laptop. It was sent out the day after this original post was made.

Am I forgetting people that I supposedly scammed?
I NEVER received a laptop, NEVER received tracking # or confirmation of shipment.  If you did indeed ship it, by all means, send me a tracking number so we can figure out why I never got it!
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I never received the touchpad.

 
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October 28, 2011, 08:02:04 PM
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Stef was a scammer, of course I never sent her a touchpad.

Ryuguy was a scammer, we all decided I didn't have to send him a product.

SGTSpike should have received his laptop. It was sent out the day after this original post was made.

Am I forgetting people that I supposedly scammed?
Now the question is, what username did ThyDude rejoin the forums under?  If he was bold enough to come back under the same username to try and scam more people, surely he's bold enough to sign up for the forum and try it again under a new username...

Does this forum ever release the IP addresses of known scammers?
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Does this forum ever release the IP addresses of known scammers?

No
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Does this forum ever release the IP addresses of known scammers?

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from what i understand yes, 2 weeks after the scamming, theymos releases the ip address, but you have to contact him and ask him and also show the evidence of scamming.



What's the use of waiting 2 weeks? Wouldn't it be better to release all known info right away?

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