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October 20, 2017, 10:26:20 PM
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Hello,

I've been logging this week to my blockchain wallet and I always see a charge like wtf

today i logged in to my account and i saw -$22 from my account I didn't EVEN sent it or even touched my wallet today till i logged in now to send some bitcoins

https://i.gyazo.com/694e167d48c9393be315c940735f2deb.png

https://i.gyazo.com/fc3ccdca6734a258c9d70ffc2f025c56.png

Please help I don't know what are those but I swear i didn't send those transactions from my account..

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October 20, 2017, 10:42:24 PM
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Hello,

I've been logging this week to my blockchain wallet and I always see a charge like wtf

today i logged in to my account and i saw -$22 from my account I didn't EVEN sent it or even touched my wallet today till i logged in now to send some bitcoins





Please help I don't know what are those but I swear i didn't send those transactions from my account..

thanks Undecided

This really isn't much information to go off but I'd suggest you stop using blockchain.info anyway..

Try a piece of software like electrum (avaliable from electrum.org/#download) which will be a bit more secure). Also scan your computer for a virus in the process.

Can you post the addresses the coins are stored in?

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October 20, 2017, 11:04:04 PM
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Hello,

I've been logging this week to my blockchain wallet and I always see a charge like wtf

today i logged in to my account and i saw -$22 from my account I didn't EVEN sent it or even touched my wallet today till i logged in now to send some bitcoins

https://i.gyazo.com/694e167d48c9393be315c940735f2deb.png

https://i.gyazo.com/fc3ccdca6734a258c9d70ffc2f025c56.png

Please help I don't know what are those but I swear i didn't send those transactions from my account..

thanks Undecided

This really isn't much information to go off but I'd suggest you stop using blockchain.info anyway..

Try a piece of software like electrum (avaliable from electrum.org/#download) which will be a bit more secure). Also scan your computer for a virus in the process.

Can you post the addresses the coins are stored in?

i don't know what address it was stored to but it says To:2 Recipients
From:
1N58kYfGAeLTiPYJ2cdCxruz3knc5Jpn92

I never saw this kind of transactions in my life when i started using blockchain but yeah this seems interseting...
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October 20, 2017, 11:24:33 PM
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i don't know what address it was stored to but it says To:2 Recipients
From:
1N58kYfGAeLTiPYJ2cdCxruz3knc5Jpn92

I never saw this kind of transactions in my life when i started using blockchain but yeah this seems interseting...

Run a virus scan and use a different wallet if you dont know where the coins went and you didn't initiate the transaction yourself. Though your post history says you ae a spammer so this just looks like part of that...

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October 20, 2017, 11:55:36 PM
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skrrtskrrtyo on September 28, 2017, 06:05:32 PM
as tittle says im looking to sell all of my bitcoins for indian or chinese bank transfer or western union in india or china

im going to send the bitcoin first, I know im new but forgive me
in stock 3.64 BTC
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Yep, the post history says it all. Be careful. This might be a well-orchestrated sophisticated scam in the making.

He apparently wants to send 3.64 bitcoins first... then struggles with strange transfers on his blockchain account. I can't help being wary when someone begs for forgiveness while offering to send $20,000 first.

Probably a trap of some kind. Whatever the case, keep your eyes peeled and and your head sober and alert when dealing with this person.




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October 21, 2017, 12:57:52 AM
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i don't know what address it was stored to but it says To:2 Recipients
From:
1N58kYfGAeLTiPYJ2cdCxruz3knc5Jpn92

I never saw this kind of transactions in my life when i started using blockchain but yeah this seems interseting...

"2 Recipients" indicates that there were 2 output addresses used in the transaction... your transactions are:

https://blockchain.info/tx/b2e519a5ea5e3578a541b601a3ab420dd4134bc0afd351df1e2425fd2eb28e69
https://blockchain.info/tx/c576762297df62b40ccab89c70bd6ac8be109b20f6091a83f9c9e4ea7fe07a3c

If you did not send either of those transactions, chances are that your wallet has been compromised.

Did you store your 12 word recovery phrase on your computer or cloud based storage? Does your b.info wallet use a strong password? did you have 2FA enabled?

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October 21, 2017, 12:32:06 PM
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some people are scam-mentally...if you're go to a doc don't ruine someone posts and say I'm a scammer? lol nice logic what I asked for is help and why I have the transactions sent in my wallet that i didn't even send

also thanks for your respond, but tell me why they don't send all bitcoins and why send only 22 usd?
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October 21, 2017, 02:39:22 PM
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i don't know what address it was stored to but it says To:2 Recipients
From:
1N58kYfGAeLTiPYJ2cdCxruz3knc5Jpn92

I never saw this kind of transactions in my life when i started using blockchain but yeah this seems interseting...

"2 Recipients" indicates that there were 2 output addresses used in the transaction... your transactions are:

https://blockchain.info/tx/b2e519a5ea5e3578a541b601a3ab420dd4134bc0afd351df1e2425fd2eb28e69
https://blockchain.info/tx/c576762297df62b40ccab89c70bd6ac8be109b20f6091a83f9c9e4ea7fe07a3c

If you did not send either of those transactions, chances are that your wallet has been compromised.

Did you store your 12 word recovery phrase on your computer or cloud based storage? Does your b.info wallet use a strong password? did you have 2FA enabled?
That wallet is already been compromised once there are uncommon transactions happen inside it then it is compromised already and most likely the 12 phrase is already been known which the best solution for now is to transfer all the remaining funds on other wallet which is more secure and I would recommend electrum instead on blockchain.Better to do it asap before its too late and those balances would be gone.



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October 21, 2017, 03:06:56 PM
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some people are scam-mentally...if you're go to a doc don't ruine someone posts and say I'm a scammer? lol nice logic what I asked for is help and why I have the transactions sent in my wallet that i didn't even send

also thanks for your respond, but tell me why they don't send all bitcoins and why send only 22 usd?

Could you link your original adress? You said you owned 3.64 BTC, but i can't find a single adress in all the transactions chains you linked to us...

Your story really doesn't check out either.

If someone would've hacked your account, he would've sent all your funds away for sure.

I think we're missing some information here.

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October 21, 2017, 03:29:25 PM
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some people are scam-mentally...if you're go to a doc don't ruine someone posts and say I'm a scammer? lol nice logic what I asked for is help and why I have the transactions sent in my wallet that i didn't even send

also thanks for your respond, but tell me why they don't send all bitcoins and why send only 22 usd?

Im not sure there's a reason other than small amounts may be less noticeable/traceable as many people send transactions of that amount and if you have quite a bit more than that you might not notice or might not care and it'll just be used as a test to see how easy it is to get that amount out.

It does appear from your history you are a spammer. Why would you first want to sell 3.6BTC and then want to sell 8$ in but that's not really of interest as it's unnecessary information to the topic at hand here.

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October 21, 2017, 03:36:27 PM
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Your words look totally different what you are saying, I think it's all fake data from you and the hacker didn't send all the money LOL.
If a Hacker got the password then he would have wiped all the money without a penny in your wallet. I suspect their is some story behind to your thread as others too pointed out.

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October 21, 2017, 04:40:08 PM
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some people are scam-mentally...if you're go to a doc don't ruine someone posts and say I'm a scammer? lol nice logic what I asked for is help and why I have the transactions sent in my wallet that i didn't even send

also thanks for your respond, but tell me why they don't send all bitcoins and why send only 22 usd?

Im not sure there's a reason other than small amounts may be less noticeable/traceable as many people send transactions of that amount and if you have quite a bit more than that you might not notice or might not care and it'll just be used as a test to see how easy it is to get that amount out.

It does appear from your history you are a spammer. Why would you first want to sell 3.6BTC and then want to sell 8$ in but that's not really of interest as it's unnecessary information to the topic at hand here.

It is been hacked only bro. There something we missed all the time. When we get into any online wallet via Google search's result we have to be careful to check the url whether it is right or not.
This happens to be too. I lost around 0.045 bitcoin once from my blockchain wallet when I am done the error I said above.
When he is asking for the help, you checking whether he is spammer means you have dung in your mind.

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October 21, 2017, 05:23:04 PM
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Anyhow, to avoid this, use 2-factor authentication, that way making it acessable only to you.

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October 21, 2017, 05:29:09 PM
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Anyhow, to avoid this, use 2-factor authentication, that way making it acessable only to you.


2 factor on blockchain.info, is that even possible? Also, this is an extremely dumb statement you're making.

2-FA through SMS / Phone has proven to be extremely vulnerable to both social engineering and cracking/hacking.

See https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/18/16328172/sms-two-factor-authentication-hack-password-bitcoin



The best thing to do is to download a hardware wallet / buy one and store it offline.

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October 21, 2017, 05:57:06 PM
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It is been hacked only bro. There something we missed all the time. When we get into any online wallet via Google search's result we have to be careful to check the url whether it is right or not.
This happens to be too. I lost around 0.045 bitcoin once from my blockchain wallet when I am done the error I said above.

Phising attacks are very common yes to google and in general.
Someone who is victim to these don't normally have everything taken.
OP should have changed his wallet for something else now.

When he is asking for the help, you checking whether he is spammer means you have dung in your mind.
I refer you to his weird post history combined with the first post that appeared after mine. It's merely necessary to easily appease thos users who try to suggest someone is trolling rather than dismissing it and having those reporting the apparent spammer from spamming about it themselves. If I didn't reference that in the post, someone else would have come here to merely post that which is unproductive.

Anyhow, to avoid this, use 2-factor authentication, that way making it acessable only to you.


2 factor on blockchain.info, is that even possible? Also, this is an extremely dumb statement you're making.

2-FA through SMS / Phone has proven to be extremely vulnerable to both social engineering and cracking/hacking.

See https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/18/16328172/sms-two-factor-authentication-hack-password-bitcoin



The best thing to do is to download a hardware wallet / buy one and store it offline.

A while back there was a report that while someone was on holiday, the PAC for his phone number was ordered and when he got back, all his coins were gone as the PAC granted the hacker total control over his phone number.

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November 28, 2017, 06:24:25 PM
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Anyhow, to avoid this, use 2-factor authentication, that way making it acessable only to you.


2 factor on blockchain.info, is that even possible? Also, this is an extremely dumb statement you're making.

2-FA through SMS / Phone has proven to be extremely vulnerable to both social engineering and cracking/hacking.

See https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/18/16328172/sms-two-factor-authentication-hack-password-bitcoin



The best thing to do is to download a hardware wallet / buy one and store it offline.

That shouldn't be an issue for blockchain because its 2-factor only kicks in if you already know your ID and password. But if you're using password recovery via phone number with your email account, that's where the weakness is...
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