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Author Topic: THE SCAMMER Guinness world record on bitcointalk 1 man 1000 accounts 150k+ usd!  (Read 1934 times)
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May 24, 2018, 07:33:37 PM
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@coinlocket$ - Nice work! I think this is the biggest case ever in Bitcointalk with that much account... Keep up the good work, be a contributor and bust the cheaters.


limiting ppl who join to be member+ will only work for a small amount of time. If these ppl figure out a merit scam and rank up, it will be the same thing over and over again
It's not a bad idea, though.  I do think these bounties really need to tighten up their rules, or that Theymos needs to put the smackdown on them and force them to do so.  I'm sure these project developers and bounty managers don't care one way or another as long as they get their advertising.  It's disgusting.
@Yahoo - I don't think it will be easy to find a merit abuse system unless some of the merit sources and some members become corrupted.
It's been a while now since merit introduced but we haven't seen any major merit abuse except some high ranked members merited in huge to their likings.

@Pharmacist - You are correct on the bolded statement. Why should they care if they just want good advertisement? More participants equal to more awareness.
They are not paying anything extra because of the abuse, they are paying only the amount which was already allocated for the bounty. I don't think anything will change in alt section anytime soon or ever.

Alt section is like Amazon Forest where there is no rule, you can do whatever you want like animals, just hunt down!

If the devs and founders don't show any concern for the abuse then why "WE" in btc section do such efforts?  I haven't seen yet any founder or dev of a project complained of an abuser, Do you?



I'm confused should I be appreciating the calibrated efforts that he put to take care of that many accounts or should be mad that we couldn't track him down any sooner.So basically, you can become a millionaire from the forum if you are smart enough to manage 1000+ accounts ? How is it even possible to login into 200 of them without losing your mind ?
If this is true, then the guy is very smart. But I don't think its a 1 man army thing, probably they are a group of people handling all those accounts.
I need to book a seat in mental hospital first if I have to handle that much accounts.  Roll Eyes
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May 25, 2018, 04:13:30 PM
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I'm confused should I be appreciating the calibrated efforts that he put to take care of that many accounts or should be mad that we couldn't track him down any sooner.So basically, you can become a millionaire from the forum if you are smart enough to manage 1000+ accounts ? How is it even possible to login into 200 of them without losing your mind ?

In my opinion they are more people working as a family and if we follow the rule of 19 alts, they are 7 people.
Also is not hard  for a cheater to cheat, many users here uses bots on twitter easy detectable (but hey managers pay them anyway) and someone probably even to post reports.
Maybe I need to start to report them aswell.

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May 25, 2018, 05:49:19 PM
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I'm confused should I be appreciating the calibrated efforts that he put to take care of that many accounts or should be mad that we couldn't track him down any sooner.So basically, you can become a millionaire from the forum if you are smart enough to manage 1000+ accounts ? How is it even possible to login into 200 of them without losing your mind ?

In my opinion they are more people working as a family and if we follow the rule of 19 alts, they are 7 people.
Also is not hard  for a cheater to cheat, many users here uses bots on twitter easy detectable (but hey managers pay them anyway) and someone probably even to post reports.
Maybe I need to start to report them aswell.
I don't think so if these all accounts are handled as one person, it is hard to believe how he/she, manage that too many accounts at a time.
If they are 7 people working on this they never think that someday they will be caught because of linked 1 wallet as a collector.
So far this post I have ever seen in the scam accusation that has too many accounts used to fooled a bounty project not only account farming it is just scamming the entire project.
Scammers are always a scammer.

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May 26, 2018, 06:48:18 AM
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I Love how the majority of people say ‘he’ When referring to the suspicious and fraudulent action. I mean it is like a he but it could be a woman orchestrating the account abuse?
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May 26, 2018, 01:37:08 PM
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He seems to be a very hard working guy . But bitcointalk must try to limit the number of accounts per ip address .
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May 26, 2018, 10:50:39 PM
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This is simply incredible !!!  Cry Cry Cry How is possible? 870 accounts are a big number...

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May 27, 2018, 08:02:04 PM
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Some users are changing the eth and account (the one already tagged like this one)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1489913


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2094209



I will update soon, asking a new red trust for them like redtrust evasion?

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May 28, 2018, 12:31:41 PM
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Done, long catch! Asking for retag here -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4317113.0




1st nuke https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2544574.560

He did new bitcointalk accounts but he uses the same twitter addresses, Tag them aswell

Accounts Connected:

Kmoris, RevolutioNz, bitlover07, Demon Hunter, BullDogHuskie, Tmcrypto, TomCarpenter, chopseyman,
YellowMind, AldoCrawley, wolfinthestreet, LunaticMovement, GalenResty, TonyCharls, CriptoNill, greatthinker, hassan2654, C. Garner


Proof:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wegIPZ4qW5VoDy0szvi_9IdwBHpv-dwpfEdWZQzsMTc/edit#gid=1088075924
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1whEnb-5VK14O7ktF3Tkm4pgmD3KJrhNjlBPvHhmNSqk/edit#gid=870962646
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LbdvnW6Na90wfnmUxnK9BYsGqdOMbvHNcieSNgItaak/edit#gid=2069321837
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AXv1k_dl6-BBRucENWuyIL4Yt-VeIbyW2vPNb31E8f4/edit#gid=1061003699
Related Addresses:

Code:
https://twitter.com/karamoris33
https://twitter.com/IL0veCrypto
https://twitter.com/jerrysmith252
https://twitter.com/JohnMark2585
https://twitter.com/SparkSun29
https://twitter.com/tonmoycrypto
https://twitter.com/jasonmattson99
https://twitter.com/justmonroereese
https://twitter.com/cryptonoel17
https://twitter.com/crypotofreak
https://twitter.com/ThisIsCryptoo
https://twitter.com/CryptoFreak24
https://twitter.com/GalenResty
https://twitter.com/Jasonomano12
https://twitter.com/millar1988
https://twitter.com/aidenfrankie
https://twitter.com/CryptoSaken
https://twitter.com/LifeSunder

Code:
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0xfb071F292799f0D194bB0A637A122AB30b4eDa55
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Miscellaneous:

https://twitter.com/albertcrypto110 suspended at the moment till he checks the bot  Cry
Also he is probably run more accounts now.

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May 29, 2018, 04:36:56 PM
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He was good, he certainly made a lot of money. But to say the truth, I see you too!
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May 29, 2018, 04:44:56 PM
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This is most likely the equivalent of a clickfarm doing bounties. Don't get me wrong here, but it's part of the reason that decentralized checking for bounties is lacking at. There's no way to detect abuse when it's coming from the same user or group when there's no centralized platform bounty hunters have to go through.














 

 

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May 29, 2018, 09:16:15 PM
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This is most likely the equivalent of a clickfarm doing bounties. Don't get me wrong here, but it's part of the reason that decentralized checking for bounties is lacking at. There's no way to detect abuse when it's coming from the same user or group when there's no centralized platform bounty hunters have to go through.

Well they are in a lot of bounties, I'm not a bounty manager and I find a lot of abusers without looking for them, only reporting my reports and scroll down and up the page.
My list of abusers is very long I found a lot of them and they are saved on my .txt file but since I'm not paid for it (cause is not my job) I will report them when I have time.
It's really quite easy to discover them (It's "only a very very long work) and IDK how managers can't find them!

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May 31, 2018, 06:32:37 PM
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Spreadsheet it's gone, someone must have read this thread Roll Eyes
Can we pls re-TAG those 18-19 accounts? they are rejoining bounties

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4317113.0

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May 31, 2018, 09:04:31 PM
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These people could put this effort into any other business and make 10x the amount of moeny they are making.  They must be literally braindead.

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June 01, 2018, 01:11:00 PM
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Damn, this is certainly impressive. Is this business really profitable? Like it would seem that a normal job would always be a better option, but seems like this is working out well for a few people....
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June 05, 2018, 12:08:13 PM
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Holy crap! Let's just think about the account farmers which aren't using the same address for every single account. I didn't know that this sort of abuse was like this and especially considering how profitable it is I would think there's several hundred people doing this exact thing.

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June 05, 2018, 05:42:50 PM
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Wow i suprised. He is cheater 😥

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June 06, 2018, 01:40:45 PM
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is this really a work of a one man? the time and effort of this guy are incredible, imagine the amount of money he made in the entire campaign wow! if this person lives in my country with that amount of money he is already a Millionaire here, where did he get the twitter accounts with 4k followers above?


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June 14, 2018, 10:20:15 PM
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is this really a work of a one man? the time and effort of this guy are incredible, imagine the amount of money he made in the entire campaign wow! if this person lives in my country with that amount of money he is already a Millionaire here, where did he get the twitter accounts with 4k followers above?
It's such a business. Twitter accounts with subscribers can be bought or screwed up

I do not like the situation when 1 person rakes himself the lion's share of the campaign pool.
In bounty campaigns there is a mess, and there will always be cunning people who will make money on it.
Everyone can create such a system and work on it. Do not you know how to write the code? Hire a programmer, define the assignment, and it will be ready.
Well, that there are people who are not indifferent to such problems

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June 15, 2018, 03:52:27 PM
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It's amazing . Just imagine this guy , with all of his hardworking nature working on aids , or cancer vaccine development ? Persistence and inventiveness shown by this guy could potentially save humanity if it will be forwarded in the right direction ! Grin
Exactly!! I was telling about the same thing yesterday with another one who got caught with a hundred accounts or so, "https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4415441.0"

I was amazed to see that one person could manage that many accounts, but now... I don't even know what to say or what to think. This guy here just blew my head off!!

Good job OP, thanks for all the effort you are putting in this, keep it up!!
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This resembles closely how sentiment changer farms work for some governments - the orchestrated account swarms, that push specific agendas and drown opposing opinions by post volume. Interestingly subtle details can somewhat confirm the connection beyond addresses.
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