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March 11, 2014, 12:57:40 AM
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I probably dodged a bullet on this trade by asking him to send first. On the 8th he was very eager for me to send the coins. He offered me his personal info and amazon account info. He even upgraded the order to express shipping. After I explained the coins will be sent AFTER the item arrives (only 3 days waiting time with express shipping), he tried getting me to send $20 worth of coins because that was the amount charged on his credit card. I still declined to send anything until there was at least a tracking number. He has never logged into his account since. You would think that he would be responding ASAP because he was just dying to get the coins a few days ago.

His plan was probably to order the item, convince the victim to send the funds by allowing access to his account, and then cancel the order once he gets his coins.

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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March 11, 2014, 03:56:55 AM
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I probably dodged a bullet on this trade by asking him to send first. On the 8th he was very eager for me to send the coins. He offered me his personal info and amazon account info. He even upgraded the order to express shipping. After I explained the coins will be sent AFTER the item arrives (only 3 days waiting time with express shipping), he tried getting me to send $20 worth of coins because that was the amount charged on his credit card. I still declined to send anything until there was at least a tracking number. He has never logged into his account since. You would think that he would be responding ASAP because he was just dying to get the coins a few days ago.

His plan was probably to order the item, convince the victim to send the funds by allowing access to his account, and then cancel the order once he gets his coins.

yeah this guy inuge285 is a know scammer on seals with clubs
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