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October 10, 2011, 05:45:51 PM
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I have some news regarding this topic:

Just before B7 was 'hacked', I sent some euros to them. These were now returned to me, with the comment that it was a compensation for a fraudulent foreign transaction! The comment was in my local language, not in English or Hungarian or Bulgarian.

Is it possible that the authorities are on this case?  If so, what should we expect?

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October 10, 2011, 05:58:25 PM
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I have some news regarding this topic:

Just before B7 was 'hacked', I sent some euros to them. These were now returned to me, with the comment that it was a compensation for a fraudulent foreign transaction! The comment was in my local language, not in English or Hungarian or Bulgarian.

Is it possible that the authorities are on this case?  If so, what should we expect?


It could be your bank being overly cautious about foreign money transfers?
It does seem like too much of a coincidence though.

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October 10, 2011, 08:46:10 PM
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A slightly more decentralised exchange would be a good idea, something more automated than #otc
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October 11, 2011, 08:56:56 PM
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It is newly written on bitcoin7 homepage that they "successfully confirmed the first withdraws". Can anyone confirm it?
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October 12, 2011, 12:27:04 AM
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It is newly written on bitcoin7 homepage that they "successfully confirmed the first withdraws". Can anyone confirm it?
Yes, not me personally, but people in another forum I visit regularly have confirmed they have received all their money (not BTC unfortunately)

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October 12, 2011, 07:34:51 AM
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I lost $5 and 1 BTC to this exchange.
Of course I am not going to provide any personal information to them, for "recovery".
It is disappointing that it is so difficult to find reputable exchanges
which honor anonymity.   The other exchanges block me from using
them, because I connect through TOR.  Bitcoin7 did not block TOR.
It seems I am now left with no options.

ME


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October 12, 2011, 10:01:16 AM
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It is newly written on bitcoin7 homepage that they "successfully confirmed the first withdraws". Can anyone confirm it?
Yes, not me personally, but people in another forum I visit regularly have confirmed they have received all their money (not BTC unfortunately)

Can you tell me what 'another forum you visit regularly' are you talking about? I haven't received yet bitcoin7 email, although I send then already 3 email about it (on info@bitcoin7.com and bob@bitcoin7.com adresses).
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October 12, 2011, 11:20:15 AM
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It is newly written on bitcoin7 homepage that they "successfully confirmed the first withdraws". Can anyone confirm it?
Yes, not me personally, but people in another forum I visit regularly have confirmed they have received all their money (not BTC unfortunately)

Can you tell me what 'another forum you visit regularly' are you talking about? I haven't received yet bitcoin7 email, although I send then already 3 email about it (on info@bitcoin7.com and bob@bitcoin7.com adresses).

Here it is - http://hardwarebg.com/forum/showthread.php/202054-%CE%E1%F9%E8-%EF%F0%E8%EA%E0%E7%EA%E8-%E7%E0-Bitcoin-%28%EA%EE%EC%E5%ED%F2%E0%F0%E8-%E7%E0-BTC-%E1%EE%F0%F1%E8-%F6%E5%ED%E8-%E8-%F2.%ED.%29?p=2922939#post2922939

The forum is in bulgarian and this is the topic dedicated to Bitcoin prices, exchanges, etc.)

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October 31, 2014, 10:48:59 AM
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The founder of Bitcoin7 is going to be a speaker at a presentation of bitcoin in Sofia(Bulgaria).....
How do you have moral to show yourself at bitcoin presentation after "loosing" all the coins of your customer.
This is the url https://coinwisdomsofia.com/ (you can check him at the speakers section)...
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October 31, 2014, 03:18:04 PM
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How come after everything that happened around the BTC community, people still think about keeping their BTC in any exchange !!! Well maybe this kind of scams are necessary for the newbies to learn a lesson.

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