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August 20, 2018, 03:04:47 PM
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Hi Guys,

My account got hacked today by some retard asshole.
Locked the account asap but hacker allready placed one of my sales up and locked the thread!

I cannot retrieve my account because there is no BTC address given, so I cannot sign a proved message to get it back Sad


Account is hacked by: dalton.janovsek34@gmail.com by IP address 31.30.126.180

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August 20, 2018, 05:28:32 PM
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Move this to scam accusations. It probably won't gain much attention in this section. Added a negative feedback though I'm not in the DT so effects would be limited.

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August 20, 2018, 05:52:29 PM
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Move this to scam accusations. It probably won't gain much attention in this section. Added a negative feedback though I'm not in the DT so effects would be limited.

And WHY would I not warn people in the same section so it's obvious who is the scammer?

WHY would I remove this message and get people scammed by the ass who hacked me?
If I place -this- warning in SCAM acu. there is a good chance somebody will get scammed because he didn't spot my warning

Making sure this warning is on the same page as the scammer, makes sure he will NEVER sell anything.

Is that so hard to get??? Really?


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August 20, 2018, 05:57:09 PM
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My account got hacked today by some retard asshole.
Checks out:
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Today at 11:40:50 AM - mammon - password changed

I cannot retrieve my account because there is no BTC address given, so I cannot sign a proved message to get it back Sad
How about those you sent through PM (outbox)?
- I'm sure there's a BTCitcoin address somewhere (since you've got a lot of trades on this forum):

If you want us to recover a hacked/lost account, you need to prove that you own it. Typically, the only acceptable method of proving ownership is by signing a message (including current date and desired new email address) using a Bitcoin address or PGP key associated with the account. A Bitcoin address or PGP key is associated with the account only if the account posted the key/address, sent it in a PM, or if it is still listed in the account's profile.

Regardless of that, don't get your hopes up.

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August 20, 2018, 10:26:45 PM
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I got hacked too, but trying to recover it proven difficult.

How-to recover hacked account :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0

Forum admin don't care much / don't have time for this
I signed my BTC address from last transaction, followed steps.
Emailed both contacts after weeks of patience. Still nada

It pump me when some a**h*** is selling BTC accounts , obviously hacked
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4713948.msg42570811#msg42570811
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August 21, 2018, 02:45:19 AM
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And WHY would I not warn people in the same section so it's obvious who is the scammer?

WHY would I remove this message and get people scammed by the ass who hacked me?
If I place -this- warning in SCAM acu. there is a good chance somebody will get scammed because he didn't spot my warning

Making sure this warning is on the same page as the scammer, makes sure he will NEVER sell anything.

Is that so hard to get??? Really?
Don't have to be so rude and aggressive, I'm just giving you a suggestion. I definitely didn't ask you to remove this post, just move the post to the appropriate section. Smh.

Your topic can only be seen in computer hardware section and he can always scam in other sections or PM. If you move it to scam accusations, some other people would see it and give it a negative feedback. That is way more visible than a topic in the computer hardware.

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August 27, 2018, 04:17:55 PM
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If the IP 31.30.126.180 is correct you can try to nail him because that ip doesnt seem to be an open proxy
https://www.iplocation.net/proxy-check


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