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September 21, 2011, 02:30:25 AM
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 I think I may have funds of some kind at Mt.Gox but I'm not sure because I can't remember.  

1) I don't know 100% which of my 4 possible email addresses I used but I know that it has to be one of them

2) I don't know for sure that I have funds there, but just in case, I'd like to recover my account!

3) I have an address I use rather a lot. Looking through Blockexplorer with that, can that help determine a possible balance? If I knew what addresses Mt.Gox might use, or could determine that, that would help. Being able to rule out other exchangers would be good too.

4) I can't find a single email from Mt.Gox in any of my accounts. I am searching for `Gox` yet I find nothing at all, yet I'm sure I used Gox at some point. What did buy and sell notification emails mention so I can search for them?


Or should I just try to submit a claim with just the password, email address and IP used?

I don't want to paste private info on a public forum to help navigate block explorer. Perhaps there is someone who has a good reputation who I can employ to help?
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September 21, 2011, 02:41:24 AM
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Or should I just try to submit a claim with just the password, email address and IP used?
Your claim will need more than just that. Did you ever deposit/withdraw from MtGox using something other than Bitcoin? If so, include that in the claim.

As for your balance, you'll need to figure out what your deposits and withdrawals were, as well as any trades you've done. You need to be within a few bitcoins if you have more than 15 BTC (I believe) in your account.

Otherwise, just talk with MagicalTux in IRC.

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September 25, 2011, 02:27:59 PM
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I eventually found an email from support and after forwarding this it was sorted.

Now what I want to be sure of is,

is the "SWIFT intermediate code (optional):" = routing code that the bank specifies?

edit:

Reading through the account history I can see trades for exactly 62.53900000 BTC, starting with 2x2btc from a user called rap*rap*rap* (replace * for e), every minute until over a thousand BTC are completely gone. What does `spent` mean? It is different from `out`. I guess it is redeeming a gox code.

I'd like to read more on the hack. Darn shame; looking at the account history I can remember transferring out a few coins but leaving a lot in the account because I thought it would be safer to keep coins with them - so I transferred only some to mybitcoin! -and both got hacked. My life might be completely different if I had known about offline wallets back then!
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