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October 07, 2011, 02:12:37 AM
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..as i said before
I dont have rush, but as seller you have your responsibility.

..i dont have to know who was your suplier, you sold them and you have to carry responsibility.
This means that "we dont have" any proof that you had some supplier or you just scammed us.
Anyway you are responsible these items so if you dont refund i call this  SCAM
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October 07, 2011, 02:19:48 AM
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As i said before, ill wait 3 days. If there are no refund or working replace accounts im asking
admins to check things out. I dont care who was or were your supplier. You sold them and
you are responsible for them. IMHO we cant know if this was your or your fraudster friends SCAM.

All the way, as you were seller you carry responsibility, and this should be labeled as SCAM as all 3 accounts are disabled due chargeback. There are no option "no refund cause i was selling them so cheaply" its a SCAM of those my early said options are not fulfilled.

When you sell things with your own account, you put your fame on the plate..

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October 07, 2011, 02:20:50 AM
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..as i said before
I dont have rush, but as seller you have your responsibility.

..i dont have to know who was your suplier, you sold them and you have to carry responsibility.
This means that "we dont have" any proof that you had some supplier or you just scammed us.
Anyway you are responsible these items so if you dont refund i call this  SCAM
If I gave you a hundred dollar bill which originated from a bank heist unknowingly, could you sue me for robbing the bank?

I was acting merely as a reseller in these transactions, I took precautions and purchased codes I could use as replacements if anything happened. If my intention was to scam you, I would've taken the money and left. I never purchased codes which were purchased with stolen credit cards knowingly, and as a matter of fact ceased all communication with my previous supplier as soon as I became aware of the fact that the codes I purchased from him were purchased with stolen credit card details.

About this "responsibility" you speak of, where may I learn more about it?

Edit: I sold you twelve month Spotify activation codes, and they were approved as such by Spotify when you activated them. The fact that your account was disabled by means which I, quite frankly, am not able to control, is not of my concern.
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October 07, 2011, 03:50:52 AM
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..as i said before
I dont have rush, but as seller you have your responsibility.

..i dont have to know who was your suplier, you sold them and you have to carry responsibility.
This means that "we dont have" any proof that you had some supplier or you just scammed us.
Anyway you are responsible these items so if you dont refund i call this  SCAM
If I gave you a hundred dollar bill which originated from a bank heist unknowingly, could you sue me for robbing the bank?

I was acting merely as a reseller in these transactions, I took precautions and purchased codes I could use as replacements if anything happened. If my intention was to scam you, I would've taken the money and left. I never purchased codes which were purchased with stolen credit cards knowingly, and as a matter of fact ceased all communication with my previous supplier as soon as I became aware of the fact that the codes I purchased from him were purchased with stolen credit card details.

About this "responsibility" you speak of, where may I learn more about it?

Edit: I sold you twelve month Spotify activation codes, and they were approved as such by Spotify when you activated them. The fact that your account was disabled by means which I, quite frankly, am not able to control, is not of my concern.

Nope you sold me 3x 3mth so its 9mth of total. I feared that this could happen as it seems to be trend at almoust all spotify non official sellers. After 2 weeks there are chargebacks. Im still calling this as scam if no change until monday. Its not worth to buy anything from you if you do business like this attitude "i just sell i dont have to refund if my items get cancelled cause creditcard fraud by "my supplier". Its your reputation that suffers when busines goes wrong with items you sold.
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October 07, 2011, 04:33:19 AM
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If I gave you a hundred dollar bill which originated from a bank heist unknowingly, could you sue me for robbing the bank?
I'm not taking sides in this dispute, but I would like to point out that the original owner of a stolen negotiable instrument holds no title over a holder in due course of such negotiable instrument under US law.  So, if someone steals hundred dollar bills and you end up with one of them, the original owner can't legally take it back from you unless it can be shown that you're the thief.  If you're selling stolen cars, bicycles, or Spotify Premium Gift Codes, then the original owner does hold title against you regardless of whether or not you're the thief.
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October 07, 2011, 05:03:33 AM
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..as i said before
I dont have rush, but as seller you have your responsibility.

..i dont have to know who was your suplier, you sold them and you have to carry responsibility.
This means that "we dont have" any proof that you had some supplier or you just scammed us.
Anyway you are responsible these items so if you dont refund i call this  SCAM
If I gave you a hundred dollar bill which originated from a bank heist unknowingly, could you sue me for robbing the bank?

I was acting merely as a reseller in these transactions, I took precautions and purchased codes I could use as replacements if anything happened. If my intention was to scam you, I would've taken the money and left. I never purchased codes which were purchased with stolen credit cards knowingly, and as a matter of fact ceased all communication with my previous supplier as soon as I became aware of the fact that the codes I purchased from him were purchased with stolen credit card details.

About this "responsibility" you speak of, where may I learn more about it?

Edit: I sold you twelve month Spotify activation codes, and they were approved as such by Spotify when you activated them. The fact that your account was disabled by means which I, quite frankly, am not able to control, is not of my concern.

Nope you sold me 3x 3mth so its 9mth of total. I feared that this could happen as it seems to be trend at almoust all spotify non official sellers. After 2 weeks there are chargebacks. Im still calling this as scam if no change until monday. Its not worth to buy anything from you if you do business like this attitude "i just sell i dont have to refund if my items get cancelled cause creditcard fraud by "my supplier". Its your reputation that suffers when busines goes wrong with items you sold.
Correct, those were 3-month ones, I got a little ahead of myself there. Sorry!

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October 10, 2011, 04:55:37 AM
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Sended admins note of your scam.
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October 12, 2011, 11:25:23 PM
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terrytibbs, my account got disabled for the second time, I want replacement codes or a full refund.

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October 13, 2011, 01:50:35 AM
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terrytibbs, my account got disabled for the second time, I want replacement codes or a full refund.

Make post here, as we aint gonna get any refund.
Its only way we could get him tagged as scammer!:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=47551.msg565842#msg565842
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October 14, 2011, 05:29:38 AM
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Just tried to log in to my spotify account first time in a few weeks. Looks like my account has been locked. Anyone get their account re-activated after using a terrytibbs premium code? Probably purchased them with a stolen credit card...

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October 14, 2011, 09:04:45 AM
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ATM none has got refund or replaced code.
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October 15, 2011, 06:17:43 AM
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They were all purchased with stolen credit cards. Here's the email I received from spotify when asking if I could re-open my account. Anyone have this guy's email address?

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Hi,

You have recently redeemed a Spotify e-code on your Spotify account. The e-code was purchased using stolen credit card details. For this reason, your Spotify account has been disabled.

Please be advised that you should only pay for a Spotify subscription or e-code via the Spotify website (http://www.spotify.com), or through authorised resellers.

We would be very grateful if you could tell us where you purchased the e-code, or if it was a gift, could you ask the giver, so that we can stop this from happening again.

If you wish to continue using Spotify, please create a new Spotify account.
Best Regards,
Alexis


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October 28, 2011, 04:17:02 AM
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Hey Terry,

How many BTC did your customers end up sending you on codes that got revoked?

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February 24, 2012, 12:56:03 AM
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Terrytibbs is refunding people now:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=65946.0

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