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May 31, 2018, 06:48:09 PM
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I responded to a CL as by this individual under the disguise of a business, LV Mining LLC, about selling bitcoin. I sent him $1100 and a month later have seen nothing but excuses why I don’t have any coin. After googling him I found out he has a long criminal past of internet fraud and scams. Has anyone had any experience dealing with this guy, and if so any suggestions regarding how to go after him? He’s also connected to another LLC in the Colorado Springs area, Meadows and Pine Offset, and I’ve tried speaking to his wife through that communication channel and she’s more or less told me to f*** off. Any help would be appreciated, and hopefully this can prevent anyone else from being scammed by this same a-hole.
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May 31, 2018, 08:57:39 PM
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I responded to a CL as by this individual under the disguise of a business, LV Mining LLC, about selling bitcoin. I sent him $1100 and a month later have seen nothing but excuses why I don’t have any coin. After googling him I found out he has a long criminal past of internet fraud and scams. Has anyone had any experience dealing with this guy, and if so any suggestions regarding how to go after him? He’s also connected to another LLC in the Colorado Springs area, Meadows and Pine Offset, and I’ve tried speaking to his wife through that communication channel and she’s more or less told me to f*** off. Any help would be appreciated, and hopefully this can prevent anyone else from being scammed by this same a-hole.

Some people is interested on becoming a con artist if you say no you likely lied to yourself you might have thought of that same idea once at least having said that the majority of population is over a billion as I know of and going after Eric Suchomski is impossible of course I know because the possibility of him using his real identity is closer than zero and we generally know that people are born with heavenly divine sin of sloth thus proving disturbance on our/your human likelihood of putting effort for finding nemo.

And being scammed in the first place can only put the blame on oneself for not using escrow or mandatory step to secure oneselves funds.
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June 01, 2018, 03:47:33 AM
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I get what you’re saying, and yes, I’m kicking myself obviously for not being more careful. That being said... he didn’t divulge his true identity, but through sheer stubbornness I was able to trace him back through his “company” and his phone number accidentally connecting to another company, in the same city, which had his name on the LLC paperwork. After digging further I was able to uncover his past felonies and accusations, and numerous other companies he has set up to scam people in the past. I will absolutely spend time going after this guy as he is clearly lower than scum, and has spent his life screwing people over.
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June 01, 2018, 09:16:11 AM
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I want to understand some things:

1 - How did you find lvmining.com?
2 - Why have not you been looking for other reliable cloud mining like genesis mining? they may not be profitable but at least they are still reliable

You said you talked to the guy's wife, did she confirm if he was the person you were looking for?

Any help would be appreciated...

report your case to the police and hire a lawyer (it would be more advantageous to hire a lawyer).

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June 01, 2018, 02:58:22 PM
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I get what you’re saying, and yes, I’m kicking myself obviously for not being more careful. That being said... he didn’t divulge his true identity, but through sheer stubbornness I was able to trace him back through his “company” and his phone number accidentally connecting to another company, in the same city, which had his name on the LLC paperwork. After digging further I was able to uncover his past felonies and accusations, and numerous other companies he has set up to scam people in the past. I will absolutely spend time going after this guy as he is clearly lower than scum, and has spent his life screwing people over.

As @Slow death have said, the only way to really go after this guy is to really seek the police and get the lawyer. Its nice of you to dig and investigate however, it will be thrown out of the garbage if you don't go to the police with your lawyer and present all the evidences to help them stop this guy for pulling another scam. I hope you really learn your lesson here in a very expensive way and thanks for letting the community know.

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June 01, 2018, 07:22:49 PM
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report your case to the police and hire a lawyer (it would be more advantageous to hire a lawyer).
Really ? I think the charges for the lawyer would be more than his potential loss.If the scammer has duped more members the same way, they can file a case online and then proceed with the lawyer.How did you find this guy in the first place ? Don't tell me bitcointalk is not the only forum where such shit happens.


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June 02, 2018, 06:54:58 AM
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I responded to a CL as by this individual under the disguise of a business, LV Mining LLC, about selling bitcoin. I sent him $1100 and a month later have seen nothing but excuses why I don’t have any coin. After googling him I found out he has a long criminal past of internet fraud and scams. Has anyone had any experience dealing with this guy, and if so any suggestions regarding how to go after him? He’s also connected to another LLC in the Colorado Springs area, Meadows and Pine Offset, and I’ve tried speaking to his wife through that communication channel and she’s more or less told me to f*** off. Any help would be appreciated, and hopefully this can prevent anyone else from being scammed by this same a-hole.

Make a great report with all you have gathered and call a few detectives in his county/city.  Send them the report.  Follow up.

Make the cops job easy and he will just go and arrest him.  He is not in Russia. You can easily get him in USA.  Trash like this needs to be removed.

Or go knock on his door.
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June 02, 2018, 01:09:34 PM
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Really ? I think the charges for the lawyer would be more than his potential loss.

It's true, but he can not let the scammer go unpunished, everyone knows that the prices of lawyers are expensive and many times the process is much more expensive, but the person knows that the pleasure of seeing the scammers in jail has no price because you is contributing to take another thief out of the streets that is infecting our society. Of course if OP does not have more money and time then better give up and take care of he's life


If the scammer has duped more members the same way, they can file a case online and then proceed with the lawyer.

the problem is that a lot of people do not report to the police when they are stolen, I live in Africa and in a poor country where the police have no way to find thieves on the internet, but it hurts me a lot to know that people living in the USA or even in Europe where they have competent police and very well prepared and do not report that they were stolen by scammers. I believe US and European cops should have some cybercrime department or something like that. So why do not people report these scam cases? Will I be wrong about the US and European police?

Trash like this needs to be removed.

I agree

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June 02, 2018, 01:42:48 PM
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It's true, but he can not let the scammer go unpunished, everyone knows that the prices of lawyers are expensive and many times the process is much more expensive, but the person knows that the pleasure of seeing the scammers in jail has no price because you is contributing to take another thief out of the streets that is infecting our society. Of course if OP does not have more money and time then better give up and take care of he's life
Often issues related to crypto-currencies especially when a trade is involved, cops don't take it as seriously as other internet crimes.Since there are no rules governing bitcoins, the process takes time to call the scammer a convict.I'd still say it's better to take precautions than wasting your money,time and efforts on something that wouldn't possibly have a positive outcome.


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June 02, 2018, 02:11:37 PM
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So how did you sent your 1,100$? What mode of payment did you used? Because the only help you will only get is from yourself. The problem here is you invested your money before you even research the guy. You basically entrusted your money to a stranger. My best bet is that the person you have made a deal with is just stealing another man's identity which at this point is linked to a lot of cons. Hopefully you have learned from your mistakes. If you really want others to avoid this kind of scam you must improve your post when it comes to details answering some basic questions like Who, What, When, Where, and How.

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June 02, 2018, 06:04:07 PM
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I used Zelle, which I didn’t realize didn’t carry protection like PayPal and Venmo, even though it’s pushed by my bank. And regarding the lawyer question, that would cost A LOT more than the money I’ve lost, so from an economical standpoint it doesn’t make sense. I’ve contacted the police, so we’ll see how that plays out, especially considering he has an extensive history of fraud.

As for the comments about being more careful and Doug research, I get that now, and your comments really aren’t helpful under the circumstances. I’m looking for constructive help, and if you don’t have any, then don’t bother posting.

Regarding his identity, I’ve traced his real identity to multiple sources, and finally gotten him to admit who he is, even after he and his wife both denied all my allegations. Needless to say his story keeps changing the more I press him, and like any scammer he always has a vague excuse about where things are at, and great comments to deflect the conversation.
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June 02, 2018, 10:16:14 PM
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Really ? I think the charges for the lawyer would be more than his potential loss.

It's true, but he can not let the scammer go unpunished, everyone knows that the prices of lawyers are expensive and many times the process is much more expensive, but the person knows that the pleasure of seeing the scammers in jail has no price because you is contributing to take another thief out of the streets that is infecting our society. Of course if OP does not have more money and time then better give up and take care of he's life
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In case of a straight up scams, that are criminal offences, it should be enough to report it to police.

If you want to start a civil lawsuit against fraudster then: a) you don't necessarily have to hire a lawyer, you should be able to manage it yourself, if the case is simple and straight-forward (or you could only take an initial consultation); b) any legal costs can be claimed from the defendant, so if you win, you should get all the costs back.

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June 02, 2018, 11:35:48 PM
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Doesn’t it create a bigger headache though being in different states? From what I’ve read if I file a police report and take him to court I would have to do it in his area. That would require a lot of time, travel, and money on my part. I’m just not sure the best way to handle all this without it getting overly messy for myself. At this point I care more about this POS getting served Justice than I do about my $1100. I’d like my money back as well, but knowing he got caught again and hopefully went to jail for a while would be a close consolation prize.
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June 07, 2018, 07:06:05 PM
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It keeps getting even better, I feel like I couldn’t even make this stuff up if I wanted to.  Now he’s threatening to sue me for libel because of my ripoff report, even though everything I wrote is factual and verifiable in my email communication with him. Is getting defensive and threatening a lawsuit a scare tactic by scammers to drive off apprehensive people?! I’m not even sure what reality this guy thinks he’s in right now LOL!
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August 30, 2018, 02:57:21 PM
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I might be able to help. I know who he is and where he is. Message me please
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