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February 10, 2019, 08:39:42 PM
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Scammer's old profile (bitcoinfuck) - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1021066

Scammer's new profile (pussyhunter6969) - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1278526

Connection between two...

1. On February 09, 2019 pussyhunter6969 received 9 merits from bitcoinfuck for a no merit post just to upgrade him from Newbie to Jr. Member. Here is the post - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5086115.msg49586264#msg49586264 (http://archive.is/cKhgf)

2. bitcoinfuck used to run a gambling site called BTCjua.com. Due to recent adjustment in DT, bitcoinfuck turned red. Then pussyhunter6969 launched another gambling site called SKObet.com. Scammy behaviour of the former has been discussed here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5082514.0

   2a. Both threads are moderated.

   2b. Both sites are crappy JS based.

   2c. Both games claims to provide blockchain verification through XPUB address.
        BTCjua.com - https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/xpub661MyMwAqRbcFxdbMFrMK8hxKW5nKBq9rwY816XLd3zpFneQydN7An8JtEKyFe7Xc87p87N7LochEat7nvodkJAUS4GPBzGv5mvmjZEgsm7
        SKObet.com - https://www.blockchain.com/btc/xpub/xpub661MyMwAqRbcEiNk4KqoCzFJEfqDKkoyYZ1sEkJu3G4EKJVNczpNmUq9AYrdV8RJ4Swcd3N3CtBAZwat1RrqaQycG5wkZaVRCWQC5m6UiTL

   2d. Both the XPUB addresses sent fund to common addresses like https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/36CuagTUQ7vVnE3QwRCo98ZX1zGinWzBJy and https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/32Zrekp2yoYbgb1hoFCic3p5EVE28y8DtM

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February 13, 2019, 09:45:50 PM
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You PMed me to look at this, but it could just be coincidence.

Do you have undeniable proof to tie the two together?

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March 14, 2019, 04:57:41 PM
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You PMed me to look at this, but it could just be coincidence.

Do you have undeniable proof to tie the two together?

Please check 2c & 2d. I have provided proof of blockchain. If that's not enough then what is?

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March 14, 2019, 05:27:37 PM
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You PMed me to look at this, but it could just be coincidence.

Do you have undeniable proof to tie the two together?

Please check 2c & 2d. I have provided proof of blockchain. If that's not enough then what is?

That's still circumstantial, in my opinion.  Just because both wallets sent funds to two common addresses isn't proof that they are owned by the same person.  Two different casinos could be using a common service provider, ISP, coder, etc., etc.

I agree that there are a lot of coincidences; profanity in the usernames, similar coding style for the two sites, similar business models, similar administration... but again, non of that is irrefutable evidence.

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March 14, 2019, 05:33:46 PM
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I agree that there are a lot of coincidences; profanity in the usernames, similar coding style for the two sites, similar business models, similar administration... but again, non of that is irrefutable evidence.
Whether or not the evidence is strong enough or not--which it seems to be, and I would definitely believe these are alt accounts--the main question in my mind is whether any DT members would act on this information or not.  Merit abusers generally don't get tagged anymore unless the abuse is extremely blatant, though I can't speak for what Vod would do.  My point is that most of these threads that purport to catch alt accounts sending merits to one another are just wasted time & energy, because the outcome is usually that the accounts don't end up with any tagging whatsoever.

I think threads should only get started when there's extreme abuse going on and when the evidence that accounts are linked is very strong.     Neither of those things are the case here, but I would certainly be interested in what others have to say.

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March 14, 2019, 06:09:59 PM
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You PMed me to look at this, but it could just be coincidence.

Do you have undeniable proof to tie the two together?

Please check 2c & 2d. I have provided proof of blockchain. If that's not enough then what is?

That's still circumstantial, in my opinion.  Just because both wallets sent funds to two common addresses isn't proof that they are owned by the same person.  Two different casinos could be using a common service provider, ISP, coder, etc., etc.

I agree that there are a lot of coincidences; profanity in the usernames, similar coding style for the two sites, similar business models, similar administration... but again, non of that is irrefutable evidence.

Ok. Now, I have got irrefutable evidence.

Step 1: Please go to https://www.skobet.com ( archive: http://archive.is/duHIJ ) and click on View on Blockchain in the top right. Result is https://www.blockchain.com/btc/xpub/xpub661MyMwAqRbcFxdbMFrMK8hxKW5nKBq9rwY816XLd3zpFneQydN7An8JtEKyFe7Xc87p87N7LochEat7nvodkJAUS4GPBzGv5mvmjZEgsm7.

Step 2: Please go to https://btcjua.com ( archive: http://archive.is/93ZCi ) and click on View on Blockchain in the top right. Result is https://www.blockchain.com/btc/xpub/xpub661MyMwAqRbcFxdbMFrMK8hxKW5nKBq9rwY816XLd3zpFneQydN7An8JtEKyFe7Xc87p87N7LochEat7nvodkJAUS4GPBzGv5mvmjZEgsm7.

SKOBet.com thread - http://archive.is/PArkd

BTCJua.com thread - http://archive.is/QVsar

Can there be any more doubt about pussyhunter6969 and bitcoinfuck is the same person?

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March 14, 2019, 06:17:36 PM
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I agree that there are a lot of coincidences; profanity in the usernames, similar coding style for the two sites, similar business models, similar administration... but again, non of that is irrefutable evidence.
Whether or not the evidence is strong enough or not--which it seems to be, and I would definitely believe these are alt accounts--the main question in my mind is whether any DT members would act on this information or not.  Merit abusers generally don't get tagged anymore unless the abuse is extremely blatant, though I can't speak for what Vod would do.  My point is that most of these threads that purport to catch alt accounts sending merits to one another are just wasted time & energy, because the outcome is usually that the accounts don't end up with any tagging whatsoever.

I think threads should only get started when there's extreme abuse going on and when the evidence that accounts are linked is very strong.     Neither of those things are the case here, but I would certainly be interested in what others have to say.

It seems you misunderstood my allegation. I was not creating this scam accusation because someone sent big merit to other. I used that just to link a scammer's account with another. I understand that is not an irrefutable evidence to link two account. Hence, I was looking for proof of blockchain. Now I have got them and provided it above.

Please note that, bitcoinfuck is already established as a scammer and marked by DT. I am hereby requesting DT members to take care of pussyhunter6969. Whether bitcoinfuck should receive more -ve trust is on to the DT members.

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March 15, 2019, 03:36:11 AM
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I would agree with Stunna's  comments about "BTCJUA.com" and "bitcoinfuck".

There are some valid concerns that you brought up that should reasonably be addressed, and those concerns apply to pussyhunter6969, and his website.

One could argue it is a big over the top to label these people "scammers". Based on their names alone, I would not gamble on their website. Based on your concerns going unaddressed, I would suggest to others not to use their website. I would not say it is a forgone conclusion that at least one person out of the next 1,000 that use his website will get scammed using his website.
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