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July 05, 2012, 04:16:41 PM
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Hello

I give my experience with  www.realgg.nl

I exchanged Ukash in Bitcoins without difficulties on this site.

Thank you to  www.realgg.nl and thank you Gensen for this good work !   Cheesy
 

They are very serious, i'm very satisfied. Bravo !




Thanks for business and feedback i realy appreciate it, i am looking foward to help you again.

Thanks


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October 25, 2012, 05:13:56 PM
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I think you can buy btc's with ukash on silkroad.

@ what rates?
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October 25, 2012, 05:23:56 PM
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silkroad is btc only.

the only waterproof way to buy BTC via Paypal-Paysafecard-Credit-Card-Ukash is this:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/110005258/Buy-Bitcoin-via-Paypal-Paysafecard-Credit-Card-Ukash

this one is proven working for a long time.

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December 04, 2012, 09:19:32 PM
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you can check with www.24hexchange.net
we are working with ukash now
you can easy find us on google " 24h exchange service"

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dishonest          SCAM !!!   Angry     
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December 04, 2012, 10:55:33 PM
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You can buy bitcoins with Ukash or Paysafecard on our site:
http://bitexchange.biz/

Official TOR hidden service mirror:
http://xgmodwtdmchknr7y.onion/

http://bitexchange.biz/  Exchange Ukash and Paysafecard to Bitcoin and LR
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December 08, 2012, 04:40:51 PM
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Btw: anonXchange is a scam!"

Next development steps to go (I'm working on the designs):
1. A decentralized cryptoexchange protocol
2. A cryptocoin with a fix USD/Coin rate
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December 14, 2012, 02:35:41 PM
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You can buy bitcoins with Ukash or Paysafecard on our site:
http://bitexchange.rem/

Official TOR hidden service mirror:
http://removed.rem/

THIS is a total scam. I sent 265 GBP value vouchers on 4th of December, and never got anything back. I can provide screenshots, and mails i have sent but never replied.


IF it happened by mistake please contact me to provide new bitcoin address. (Just now changed my bt address on my online wallet) (You can verify its same person by sending you ukash vouchers and contact by email) (but i doupt its a mistake)

EDIT: Screenshot provide: removed
        Old address to see for yourself if any bitcoins recieved on blockchain: removed
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December 14, 2012, 10:16:58 PM
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You can buy bitcoins with Ukash or Paysafecard on our site:
http://bitexchange.rem/

Official TOR hidden service mirror:
http://removed.rem/

THIS is a total scam. I sent 265 GBP value vouchers on 4th of December, and never got anything back. I can provide screenshots, and mails i have sent but never replied.


IF it happened by mistake please contact me to provide new bitcoin address. (Just now changed my bt address on my online wallet) (You can verify its same person by sending you ukash vouchers and contact by email) (but i doupt its a mistake)

EDIT: Screenshot provide: removed
        Old address to see for yourself if any bitcoins recieved on blockchain: removed

EDIT2: I will try to get in contact with ukash so i can provide here even more evidence on the vouchers value, and where did they been spent (where bitexchange redeemed to be more accurate), Hope they can provide this info to me.

Also, kinda offtopic, why cant i open a new thread on the scammers section? My guess, low post count?


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EDIT3: Ukash customer support replied (w/o much info sadly):

Dear **** ****,

Thank you for contacting Ukash.  
Your Ukash codes has been spent and can no longer be used.
I am sorry but I cannot provide you any information where the Codes has been spent. These information can only provided to the police.
If you think you may have been scammed, you should contact the police or Action Fraud at www.actionfraud.police.uk.
The best way to protect yourself from being scammed is to treat your Ukash Code just like cash.
Only spend the Ukash Code online at approved websites (you can find on www.ukash.com) and never email your Ukash Code details or give it to anyone over the telephone.
Your reference number is *******  which you should use if you need to contact us again. If you need to send us an email, please ensure you reply to this message.
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December 15, 2012, 04:39:20 AM
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so, what happened to www.realgg.nl, is it a scam or not, I should know? what's www.realgg.nl reputation?? seems like a "scammers only" topic
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December 15, 2012, 06:36:25 PM
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A little more update (if anyone cares)

I replied to ukash requesting to verify/write to me (at least) that the value of those cards was as i told, and got that back:


I am sorry that this has happened to you but I am not allowed to provide you any information about this payment.
If you report this case to Action Fraud they will contact Ukash and then we are allowed to provide all information we have in our system.


More updates after few days i guess after contacting ActionFraud, and lets hope that i get all the needed info.
(Sorry for taking over this thread, I pm'ed SomeoneWierd asking if i can get a thread on the scammers section, so hopefully my posts will be moved there)

EDIT: Although i have pm'ed bitexchange here and sent him another mail linking him to this thread, he came online today with not even a reply or a mail.
        Possible same person: user arsenische(signature) and user Bitexchange
        On his site he says he has 4135 btc, from when i first visited it, i will search for cached mirrors of this site from when it opened ((if this number is real) 31 of those btc are MINE and i will keep chase them,
        no mater what the result will be for me)
        Update: Wayback-machine doent have a copy of this site, i will keep searching. Anyone who may have a screenshot of this site older that 4 Dec, please sent
        (webwhois: http://reports.internic.net/cgi/whois?whois_nic=bitexchange.biz&type=domain (gladly with a company abuse contact mail))
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December 16, 2012, 03:25:26 PM
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I don't know who bitexchange is. Sorry, didn't get it: why do you think it is me?

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December 16, 2012, 03:29:18 PM
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I don't know who bitexchange is. Sorry, didn't get it: why do you think it is me?

Sorry for that then, i didnt say its you, i said possibly, and that is because of your signature. But let me ask why do you promote a POSSIBLE scammer?
I will give my best self to prove what i say, but i really hope everything happened, happened by mistake and in the end he will contact me.
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December 16, 2012, 03:35:42 PM
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Oh, I see now. You mean the signature in my profile and posts. It is just a graphic version of ads. Ad #319 is paid to be shown for  affiliate #1 (that is me). See https://anonymousads.com/relay/34148.

I don't know if this is scam or not, I don't have specific policy regarding this issue yet.  Undecided

But I should rework something to make it clear that this ad is not mine.

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December 16, 2012, 04:18:22 PM
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Oh, I see now. You mean the signature in my profile and posts. It is just a graphic version of ads. Ad #319 is paid to be shown for  affiliate #1 (that is me). See https://anonymousads.com/relay/34148.

I don't know if this is scam or not, I don't have specific policy regarding this issue yet.  Undecided

But I should rework something to make it clear that this ad is not mine.

Hmm lets say its not a scam, but how come it has 207 average clicks per day, and the same amount of bitcoins (4135) from 4th of December and after???
Its not really a question, im just wondering. Also its the only ad that comes first when loading a page that has your ads. After 2-3 refresh it changes ad...

Acording to this: https://anonymousads.com/ad/319 The payment address for this ad is 1BqnbKqcoqjcfFEtnFE7WZaWmYHbRbgscp
which received 4 btc(blockchain says so), 1 from 1JU9pyaheBZvsJ51StiUfaPrggZKovWn9q, and 3 from: 1ARMjX4FReSUJ1S25m2uUAZBhujNo4AAwg
which i believe are his addresses. If there is god i will find something from those. All this will be used as evidence for ActionFraud, and i really hope i get something out of this all.
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December 17, 2012, 05:33:26 PM
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Not a simple fuck was given?? From any mod?? That is wierd
And i do not mean that anyone (but him) has to give me btc... Just as a mod they have to keep it clean and out of scammers here? Dunno just a thought

Nevermind, ActionFraud told me to remove any evidence from the forums, so i will do, and i will be around for anyone who requests that evidence.

Have fun and be careful
(Google keywords: bitexchange IS scam )
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December 17, 2012, 05:56:37 PM
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Not a simple fuck was given?? From any mod?? That is wierd
And i do not mean that anyone (but him) has to give me btc... Just as a mod they have to keep it clean and out of scammers here? Dunno just a thought

Nevermind, ActionFraud told me to remove any evidence from the forums, so i will do, and i will be around for anyone who requests that evidence.

Have fun and be careful
(Google keywords: bitexchange IS scam )
You should post here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=83.0).
We don't give a fuck to anything we are not notified of as we don't read every single post in this forum.

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December 17, 2012, 06:07:40 PM
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Not a simple fuck was given?? From any mod?? That is wierd
And i do not mean that anyone (but him) has to give me btc... Just as a mod they have to keep it clean and out of scammers here? Dunno just a thought

Nevermind, ActionFraud told me to remove any evidence from the forums, so i will do, and i will be around for anyone who requests that evidence.

Have fun and be careful
(Google keywords: bitexchange IS scam )
You should post here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=83.0).
We don't give a fuck to anything we are not notified of as we don't read every single post in this forum.

I have sent report and pm'ed all the mods of the newbie section. I understand that you cant read every single post. As of yesterday i couldnt open a thread there, today there is a button. Thanks.
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December 17, 2012, 06:11:37 PM
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Not a simple fuck was given?? From any mod?? That is wierd
And i do not mean that anyone (but him) has to give me btc... Just as a mod they have to keep it clean and out of scammers here? Dunno just a thought

Nevermind, ActionFraud told me to remove any evidence from the forums, so i will do, and i will be around for anyone who requests that evidence.

Have fun and be careful
(Google keywords: bitexchange IS scam )
You should post here (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=83.0).
We don't give a fuck to anything we are not notified of as we don't read every single post in this forum.

I have sent report and pm'ed all the mods of the newbie section. I understand that you cant read every single post. As of yesterday i couldnt open a thread there, today there is a button. Thanks.
That's why I'm notified of this thread. Remember to use the report button if there's anything important to notify of. Just make a thread there, and if the evidence is conclusive he'll be handed a scammer tag.

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December 17, 2012, 06:18:49 PM
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thanks for this info
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December 17, 2012, 07:02:19 PM
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Thread regarding bitexchange scam made: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=131260
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