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March 04, 2011, 02:12:36 PM
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He owes a lot of us money and he owes me over 40 BTC worth of goods. Now, I could easily accept my loss and call it a day but I want to this man to be made an example of. I really wish to demonstrate our intolerance of thieves in the Bitcoin community, especially through the greatest thief so far.

The administration has this gentleman's IP logged and I highly doubt he's under 7 proxies. Let's get his IP, subpoena an address and claim our money back through the means of justice at our disposal. Let's reduce the likelihood of this ever happening again.
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March 04, 2011, 02:30:38 PM
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Well he did tell me he was in NewYork. So that narrows down your area of search to....

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March 04, 2011, 02:32:25 PM
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Using cops and statist force?

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March 04, 2011, 03:27:01 PM
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Inform the cyber police. Consequences will never be the same ! ;P

No, seriously: Don't lend money to gambling addicted.

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March 04, 2011, 03:38:45 PM
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Don't lend money to gambling addicted.
And: with a low-reputation user, insist that they deliver first before you send bitcoins.

Then, there's no need to find out where people live.
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March 04, 2011, 03:41:09 PM
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What kind of example do you have in mind? That he loses his bed and becomes homeless? That a lawyer and judge get some work?

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March 04, 2011, 03:46:04 PM
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I today sent him paypal request for 8 btc which he owes me.
I had transaction with him on 8 th feb 2011 for 20 & 30 PPUSD for 22 & 34 bitcoins.
& after that he asked a loan of 22, then ......after a lot of request i gave 8 bitcoins.
I received paypal from this email address greg@madcashdash.com & he replied for my request from this email greg@glpbucks.com
& his name seems greg art, its mentioned in paypal transaction.
If anyone know any details please share.

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March 04, 2011, 03:48:17 PM
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* kiba sigh for people who loans BTC to people with low reputation

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March 04, 2011, 03:51:41 PM
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I today sent him paypal request for 8 btc which he owes me.
I had transaction with him on 8 th feb 2011 for 20 & 30 PPUSD for 22 & 34 bitcoins.
& after that he asked a loan of 22, then ......after a lot of request i gave 8 bitcoins.
I received paypal from this email address greg@madcashdash.com & he replied for my request from this email greg@glpbucks.com
& his name seems greg art, its mentioned in paypal transaction.
If anyone know any details please share.

The guy is a gambling addict... do we really need to make his life any worse? I mean, he uses email addresses from two of those skeezy "cash for completing offers" sites.
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March 04, 2011, 03:53:12 PM
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I today sent him paypal request for 8 btc which he owes me.
I had transaction with him on 8 th feb 2011 for 20 & 30 PPUSD for 22 & 34 bitcoins.
& after that he asked a loan of 22, then ......after a lot of request i gave 8 bitcoins.
I received paypal from this email address greg@madcashdash.com & he replied for my request from this email greg@glpbucks.com
& his name seems greg art, its mentioned in paypal transaction.
If anyone know any details please share.

The guy is a gambling addict... do we really need to make his life any worse? I mean, he uses email addresses from two of those skeezy "cash for completing offers" sites.
He's made my life pretty bad by stealing my 40 BTC.
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March 04, 2011, 03:55:20 PM
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He's made my life pretty bad by stealing my 40 BTC.

When did this happen to you? Where's the 40 BTC is sent? Is it sent to the bankruptcy funds?

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March 04, 2011, 04:07:53 PM
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I today sent him paypal request for 8 btc which he owes me.
I had transaction with him on 8 th feb 2011 for 20 & 30 PPUSD for 22 & 34 bitcoins.
& after that he asked a loan of 22, then ......after a lot of request i gave 8 bitcoins.
I received paypal from this email address greg@madcashdash.com & he replied for my request from this email greg@glpbucks.com
& his name seems greg art, its mentioned in paypal transaction.
If anyone know any details please share.

The guy is a gambling addict... do we really need to make his life any worse? I mean, he uses email addresses from two of those skeezy "cash for completing offers" sites.

If dishwara's information is correct, then he runs those two skeezy "cash for completing offers" sites, plus one more not listed, and maybe more beyond that.

This is the info from the domain registrations:

      Art, Greg  gregart@bellsouth.net
      1322 Briarwood Drive
      Rockledge, Florida 32955
      United States
      +1.3214035822      Fax --

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March 04, 2011, 04:31:08 PM
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I today sent him paypal request for 8 btc which he owes me.
I had transaction with him on 8 th feb 2011 for 20 & 30 PPUSD for 22 & 34 bitcoins.
& after that he asked a loan of 22, then ......after a lot of request i gave 8 bitcoins.
I received paypal from this email address greg@madcashdash.com & he replied for my request from this email greg@glpbucks.com
& his name seems greg art, its mentioned in paypal transaction.
If anyone know any details please share.

The guy is a gambling addict... do we really need to make his life any worse? I mean, he uses email addresses from two of those skeezy "cash for completing offers" sites.

If dishwara's information is correct, then he runs those two skeezy "cash for completing offers" sites, plus one more not listed, and maybe more beyond that.

This is the info from the domain registrations:

      Art, Greg  gregart@bellsouth.net
      1322 Briarwood Drive
      Rockledge, Florida 32955
      United States
      +1.3214035822      Fax --

Excellent, excellent. Thank you.

Small claims court, here we come.
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March 04, 2011, 04:38:03 PM
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He's made my life pretty bad by stealing my 40 BTC.

When did this happen to you? Where's the 40 BTC is sent? Is it sent to the bankruptcy funds?
The 10th of Febuary was when the payment was sent.

This is the address: 135eMjuGfRUSbwzphGsZLixYLHd2kYHNeG

I don't believe so.
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March 04, 2011, 04:40:35 PM
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Excellent, excellent. Thank you.

Small claims court, here we come.

Well, I will no longer do any business in the future with you.

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March 04, 2011, 04:43:00 PM
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Excellent, excellent. Thank you.

Small claims court, here we come.

Well, I will no longer do any business in the future with you.
Enjoy your idealism. I want my 40 BTC back. It's not my fault the state has a monopoly on civil force.
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March 04, 2011, 04:44:27 PM
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Enjoy your idealism. I want my 40 BTC back. It's not my fault the state has a monopoly on civil force.

Idealism?  Huh

I am spooked by your actions.

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March 04, 2011, 04:45:16 PM
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Enjoy your idealism. I want my 40 BTC back. It's not my fault the state has a monopoly on civil force.

Idealism?  Huh

I am spooked by your actions.
That I would take somebody to court to reclaim my property?
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March 04, 2011, 04:47:12 PM
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I'm with kiba on this.

Why don't you make use of your new-found knowledge about Stevenbucks to see if this is enough to persuade him to repay you?
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March 04, 2011, 04:47:49 PM
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Enjoy your idealism. I want my 40 BTC back. It's not my fault the state has a monopoly on civil force.

Idealism?  Huh

I am spooked by your actions.
That I would take somebody to court to reclaim my property?

I have to back Atlas up on this. Even in anarcho-capitalist societies there will be courts, the only difference here is that there is no competition so likely there is very little efficiency.
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