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February 16, 2019, 03:57:23 PM
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What happened: bitcoin-laundry.com will STEAL YOUR LARGE AMOUNT DEPOSIT!!!

I searched for "bitcoin mixer" on Google and found this website.

I created a session and got a deposit address, which is 3Fz3JW1RiNTYuSs8kwLGDZExPK7WgR2CTW, and the session is https://bitcoin-laundry.com/session/fe236e1d5b07f5ac7adf32901a5ee4d39e4b5bfa179775da8678c32b77250603. Here is the screenshot in case the session expires: https://imgur.com/CDLXiif

After I sent coins to the provided address, I refreshed the page, and the deposit address surprisedly changed to another one 359cX3M8L8gb3X1SGPVdQH3EeJvQ5cCiuS, while the page still shows "Waiting for Bitcoin".

This is the transaction of my deposit: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/d1b4919df80249136388b0e17d106c5d51ae7f7075223f5f973e4dc5749d7be0

I contacted the support and got the reply: https://imgur.com/a/veO5SF5

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Dear customer,

we checked the addresses with our address pool. The address 359cX3M8L8gb3X1SGPVdQH3EeJvQ5cCiuS, which is shown in the mix session is one of ours, but the address 3Fz3JW1RiNTYuSs8kwLGDZExPK7WgR2CTW is not. Are you sure you got it from our site? Also, are you sure you were on the correct domain? There are fake sites copying bitcoin-laundry who are phishing people visiting these sites.

Best regards
Bitcoin-Laundry supporrt

This is the only reply I've got, they just stopped replying to any further questions afterwards. It's quite irony that they as scammers themselves are accusing other scammers of theft.

Then I tried a small amount deposit, and everything just goes well as in session https://bitcoin-laundry.com/session/be7ef11ea480bb61a4620e816537327bba8a4e6debac06f7d389fc22651db2c4 (screenshot https://imgur.com/ksZlBBW).

And I'm not alone, this user on bitcointalk has encountered the same situation:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5035468.msg49593843#msg49593843
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LoganWolver February 05, 2019, 10:16:57 AM

I have used this a bunch in the past. Usually 2 or 3 coins per mix. It was reliable. I guess, when a large TX comes through, they rip.

I am a fucking idiot I guess. I have no leg to stand on, you are right.

Support stopped replying.

Also this one:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5035468.msg49611360#msg49611360
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dbpartija February 06, 2019, 01:32:42 PM

I just had the same problem. I sent a deposit and address in my session ID has changed.

With all these evidence, it is safe to conclude that this site is SCAM for sure.
They attract users by low fee and work well for small deposit, but once you deposit a large amount of bitcoins, they just keep your coins and manipulate the deposit address to cheat you.

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February 16, 2019, 04:48:45 PM
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They don’t offer a Latter of Guarantee, so there is no way we can say 100% for sure that the first address is theirs. So, I assume you are 100% that the first address (3Fz3...) came from their website, right? Did you double check the address you copy/pasted when sending the transaction?

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February 16, 2019, 05:20:11 PM
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They don’t offer a Latter of Guarantee, so there is no way we can say 100% for sure that the first address is theirs. So, I assume you are 100% that the first address (3Fz3...) came from their website, right? Did you double check the address you copy/pasted when sending the transaction?

Yes, I'm pretty sure that the address I use is exactly the same address shown on the page.
I scanned the qrcode when sending the transaction, and I double checked the address in the qrcode.
The address in the qrcode and the address on the website is exactly the same.


https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/d1b4919df80249136388b0e17d106c5d51ae7f7075223f5f973e4dc5749d7be0
The deposit UTXO has been spend after 27 confirmations. That indicates that they do have the private key of the address.
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February 21, 2019, 08:25:01 PM
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I can confirm that the very same situation happened to me on the same day. Smaller transfers were successful but they have stolen the larger one. Bitcoin-laundry are scammers.
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February 23, 2019, 01:13:51 PM
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It is unfortunate how such services can get money by offering low fees for short periods ?, This has been repeated with more than one mixer "low fees + some random reviews."
Also, I do not know how you trust that site and send over 12BTC despite. "the lack of positive ratings, Latter of Guarantee, fixed confirmations number.

Sorry for your loss. & thanks for sharing.

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February 23, 2019, 07:58:47 PM
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Damn!!! If you could have only screenshotted the page with the first wallet address they have provided you will have compelling evidence that the wallet address is theirs. Without you having any kind of proof that the first address is theirs you cannot really expect them to take any action as they know no one would believe your story except for your fellow victims. It seems like the low fees are what making their service attractive to anyone and they are just picking some of their customers' large transactions as their next target based on what others have stated. Kudos to you on warning us about their scheme and I am also sorry for your loss.

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