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May 19, 2020, 12:24:38 PM
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This is the escrow address.
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/13onqzPnGzazarbReooW4sBkqEgKPoMwZV

This is without a doubt the worst service I ever received from an escrow.

I know that's the address; but the only thing we can see there is that it was emptied in 2017. I think I recall zarzarb saying he used that address for different escrow deals/trades, so that could explain the volume of transactions.

Why did he move the funds? Only he can answer that, but it could be something as simple as a change from a desktop wallet to a hardware wallet, a firmware update.... I'm not saying he didn't use the funds for his own benefit, I'm just pointing out that there is nothing suggesting that, at least based on my criteria

It is standard practice to create a new bitcoin address for a new escrow agreement.

If the escrow agent wants to change the address, he can do so by updating the new address in the thread and signing it with his PGP key.

The escrow should try to reach out to the recipient. I have received zero private messages from zazark in my lifetime.

I mean it when I say this is the worst service I ever received from an escrow.
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May 19, 2020, 12:52:58 PM
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If you are real watoshi ,you chose the wrong way to return to the forum, you are wasting energy and time in the wrong direction.Your current actions only increase suspicions.
You messaged me after 3-4 years and received respond from me in the same day in a few hours, I never refused to fulfill an obligation, but I will not follow the instruction of a random man until he confirms the identities(proof that is same person who gave loan)

The accusation you make here is absurd, issued amount stored in my wallet was just dust,  I did not receive any fee for this service(if I understood correctly  gkv9 even did not send me required tx fee),

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May 19, 2020, 01:45:27 PM
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Hypothetically speaking ...

When you put money into a bank account do you tell the teller, or bank manager that they are not to use your fiat money for any other purpose other than to give back to you when you want to withdraw it?  Does that mean you have a special ATM pre-loaded with only your own funds that no-one else is permitted to withdraw?

I mean it when I say this is the worst service I ever received from an escrow.

How many versions of just BitCoin core have there been in the last four years?  We've had *two* halvings of the block payout, segwit has been introduced.  Was ERC20 even a thing four years ago?  Or the Lightning Network for that matter.  How many exchanges have come and gone in that time?  Cryptopia's whole history occurred in that time.  People who created accounts four years ago are probably Legendary by now.

How much are you squabbling over?  What's it worth now Vs. then?

Where were you four years ago?  How many haircuts have you had?

...and you want to complain Zazarb had no guidance from you in the four years you were absent?

Really?

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May 19, 2020, 01:51:59 PM
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Hypothetically speaking ...

When you put money into a bank account do you tell the teller, or bank manager that they are not to use your fiat money for any other purpose other than to give back to you when you want to withdraw it?  Does that mean you have a special ATM pre-loaded with only your own funds that no-one else is permitted to withdraw?

You don't know the difference between a borrower and an escrow agent.


...and you want to complain Zazarb had no guidance from you in the four years you were absent?

Really?

Zazarb took an unauthorized loan from escrowed funds. It is interesting to see that you encourage it.




If you are real watoshi ,you chose the wrong way to return to the forum, you are wasting energy and time in the wrong direction.Your current actions only increase suspicions.
You messaged me after 3-4 years and received respond from me in the same day in a few hours, I never refused to fulfill an obligation, but I will not follow the instruction of a random man until he confirms the identities(proof that is same person who gave loan)

The accusation you make here is absurd, issued amount stored in my wallet was just dust,  I did not receive any fee for this service(if I understood correctly  gkv9 even did not send me required tx fee),

These are some terrible excuses.
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zazarb assumed gkv9 obligations to repay the interest amount due on gkv9 in exchange for a payment of equal amount plus the fee zazarb charged. Zazarb also explicitly agreed to not move the bitcoin he was holding on behalf of gkv9.

It appears zazarb has commingled the bitcoin he was holding with his own personal bitcoin. This is not good and is something I would consider if someone asked to use zazarb as an escrow agent in a transaction I was a part of.

I also don’t see any basis for withholding the bitcoin to the OP. The repayment address remains unchanged and the basis for gkv9 not sending the interest payment to the OP directly was that there might be a question if the transaction was actually from gkv9 for the purpose of paying the interest or was from someone else.

The majority of the world has travel restrictions imposed so it is not entirely unexpected the OP cannot provide a signed message. The OP also never agreed to provide a signed message as a condition of receiving payment. The majority of the world also is experiencing financial stress currently so it would be expected for those who are owed money to make attempts to recover payment.

I think it would have been most appropriate to send the bitcoin to the OP in 2016, but given this didn’t happen, it should be released to him immediately. This is regardless of any speculation that the OP is a hacked account.

If zazarb or anyone else has evidence that is not speculation that the person who is owed the .01 doesn’t wish to receive the payment to the original repayment address he is now requesting payment to be sent to, he should present it immediately.

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May 19, 2020, 07:09:46 PM
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Do you consider it OK to give loans out of escrowed funds?

Probably not.
I would say definitely not.  If you're escrowing a transaction, the only thing you should do with the funds is to keep them safe and distribute them fairly upon completion of the transaction between the parties involved.  Using escrowed funds for loans or investing them to make a profit is greedy at best and unethical at worst.

I'm trying to follow exactly what went on with this situation, but my befuddled brain isn't taking it all in.  One thing I do understand is that OP doesn't seem to understand why it's important that he verify he is who he says he is--and it's NOT off-topic to this thread to discuss that.


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...and you want to complain Zazarb had no guidance from you in the four years you were absent?

Really?

Zazarb took an unauthorized loan from escrowed funds. It is interesting to see that you encourage it.

This is not correct and I have crossed it out.  You seem to want to deflect by twisting my words and avoiding the obvious such as you are unwilling, or unable to prove (with a signed message) you're the same person that made arrangements with Zazarb.



Did you tell anyone you would be gone for four years?  

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I also note you woke up five days ago - where have you been between the 15 May 2016, 23:37:29 and 15 May 2020, 02:58:14 (four years to the day no less) when you posted this:

I was bored of the forum. When I came back last time, I tried to join a few signature campaigns and was rejected because of general inactivity.

No you did not.



I think it would have been most appropriate to send the bitcoin to the OP in 2016, but given this didn’t happen, it should be released to him immediately. This is regardless of any speculation that the OP is a hacked account.

Quickseller, your skills as an Escrow are questionable.



As others have noted, the OP, Watoshi-Dimobuto, does not seem to want to negotiate in good faith, rather outright attempt to discredit Zazarb. Watoshi-Dimobuto says they should negotiate in private, however one of Zazarb's corner stones is to negotiate in public, so that goes against the grain of Watoshi-Dimobuto claiming they had an agreement (ie Watoshi-Dimobuto is breaking that agreement).

The earliest archived version of Zazarb's OP https://archive.vn/2WhFv#selection-751.4-751.69 is dated 25 Aug 2017 07:41:39 UTC clearly states:

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Hello
I'm  offering Bitcoin Loans over 1BTC. Collateral is required!

     Terms

    No collateral, no loan!
    Valid collaterals are stable and easy traded altcoin(Depending on my opinion).
    I will accept bitcointalk accounts(above full member range and default trust) too but it depends. Signed message needed!
    Collateral amount should be a minimum of 120%
    Maximum 30 days period
    0-∞% interest( depending of timeframe and collateral quality)
    If you miss to pay back in time without contacting me, collateral will be sold!
    Negotiations only in public, PMs regarding loans will be ignored!
    Escrow accepted, but if they take fees you will have to pay them.
    I reserve the right to denied request loan, without explanation.
    Terms can change at any time, but wont affect running deals.

I've highlighted the relevant items Negotiations only in public, and Terms can change at any time, but wont affect running deals.

Do you concede that "getting bored and walking away from the forum" that you were also walking away from the arrangement you had with Zazarb?

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May 19, 2020, 11:15:57 PM
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QS is correct here IMO..
Escrow funds should be released to the original repayment address..

If it is not the real Watoshi, and the coins get burnt because the real Watoshi lost access to the original repayment address, then it is the real Watoshi's fault for letting his account get hacked, and losing access to the repayment address in the contract..

Should not need proof of identity to release funds to the original repayment address because their was no clause in the escrow contract for proof of identity for doing so..

The escrow contract basically said that the Watoshi account will ask for escrow to be released to the original repayment address, and now the Watoshi account is doing exactly that..

Moving the funds from the escrow address, after the contract explicitly stated the funds were not to be moved, also looks not so great..
Doesn't matter if it's been 1 year or 10 years, old keys still work fine..

It is also completely understandable that one could receive coins to an address but not be able to sign a message from it, like any exchange account or many 3rd party services..

All this over 0.01BTC..

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I'm trying to follow exactly what went on with this situation, but my befuddled brain isn't taking it all in.  One thing I do understand is that OP doesn't seem to understand why it's important that he verify he is who he says he is--and it's NOT off-topic to this thread to discuss that.
Well, the whole situation is a mess, so I wouldn't blame you for that, lol.

Putting it simply, for what I've understood so far:

- 4 years ago a loan took place, whatever happened there, zarzarb ended up escrowing 0.01BTC for Watoshi-Dimobuto. (I have snipped the whole original Loan, because it's not really relevant here)
- Zarzarb offered to use a monitored address
- Fast forward 4 years, OP comes back to the forum and wants to have those funds released
- Somewhere in between (2017), the funds were moved to another address, there is no explanation so far about this
- Zarzarb requests a signed message to prove that it's the original owner
- OP has been saying it'd be too much effort to sign messages, and considered zarzarb was taking those funds as a loan and ask for an almost 8.5BTC repayment (lol)
- It's been suggested that the original repayment address is used to release the funds, OP agrees, but that brings a question up: If he has access to that address, why doesn't he sign a message?

I think that is pretty much the current situation. I have not mentioned the thread Lauda created, because I didn't catch it on time, now it's locked, and I don't think that anything different from what has been said here was said.

The only thing that is questionable here is the fact of the funds changing address when it was a clearly "monitored" one; but from there, to using that funds on his personal lending thread as OP suggests, there quite some space

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Zazarb posted this in a locked thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1702409.msg17106366#msg17106366

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I was wrong, me  misled specify address in code.
Nevertheless, in my opinion the probability very small, that Watoshi-Dimobuto has(when default loan) and still had Watoshi control , more likely  watoshi it was sold. Moreover it is totally illogical, that this is the same person action, first default 0.06BTC and than freely grant loans to others, last half year use tagged watoshi account, instead "clear" with some trust-Watoshi-Dimobuto.

It would be good that he return back and explain, because if the allegations are correct, would be fair give back his deposit to victim.

I'd just like to know how Watoshi-Dimobuto can say with a straight face that he's been away for four years, got boared ... drifted away when two of his alts were still active last year:

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I'd just like to know how Watoshi-Dimobuto can say with a straight face that he's been away for four years, got boared ... drifted away when two of his alts were still active last year:

Rather, this proves that those three accounts linked to me in 2014 are not my alts. If I was active last year, why would I ask Zazarb to release escrow now? Besides, aren't you agreeing with me that I didn't hack this account?

What I said is the truth.



@Zazarb, do you agree or disagree that you are liable and will send escrowed amount/loan/collateral amount again if the recipient signs a staked address and claims his account was hacked at the time and the address you sent to is lost?


Do you consider it OK to give loans out of escrowed funds?

Probably not.
I would say definitely not.  If you're escrowing a transaction, the only thing you should do with the funds is to keep them safe and distribute them fairly upon completion of the transaction between the parties involved.  Using escrowed funds for loans or investing them to make a profit is greedy at best and unethical at worst.

I'm trying to follow exactly what went on with this situation, but my befuddled brain isn't taking it all in.  One thing I do understand is that OP doesn't seem to understand why it's important that he verify he is who he says he is--and it's NOT off-topic to this thread to discuss that.

Yes. IMO, it is more than unethical if the agreement implies the escrow should keep it untouched in the bitcoin address/account. Greedy and unethical applies if you are talking about agreements between friends and family.

I don't understand why it's necessary that I verify I lent the money, when the escrow can send the money to repayment address before my account was supposedly hacked.

To be fair, this was rather unexpected. Gkv9 was supposed to send it to the repayment address. Before I forgot about it, I thought gkv9 never sent the payment. I didn't stake an address in the Meta thread or link PGP key to bitcointalk account.

I don't understand what reason Zazarb has to withhold escrow. I don't understand why many of you considers this OK. I don't think scaring away people from using escrow is the right approach.



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Did you tell anyone you would be gone for four years?  

Stop trolling.

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Quickseller, your skills as an Escrow are questionable.

Quickseller was one of the best escrows in the forum.

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I've highlighted the relevant items Negotiations only in public, and Terms can change at any time, but wont affect running deals.

That is a loan thread.



QS is correct here IMO..
Escrow funds should be released to the original repayment address..

If it is not the real Watoshi, and the coins get burnt because the real Watoshi lost access to the original repayment address, then it is the real Watoshi's fault for letting his account get hacked, and losing access to the repayment address in the contract..

Should not need proof of identity to release funds to the original repayment address because their was no clause in the escrow contract for proof of identity for doing so..

The escrow contract basically said that the Watoshi account will ask for escrow to be released to the original repayment address, and now the Watoshi account is doing exactly that..

Moving the funds from the escrow address, after the contract explicitly stated the funds were not to be moved, also looks not so great..
Doesn't matter if it's been 1 year or 10 years, old keys still work fine..

It is also completely understandable that one could receive coins to an address but not be able to sign a message from it, like any exchange account or many 3rd party services..

All this over 0.01BTC..

Thank you. This is the real Watoshi Dimobuto and the coins won't be burned.



- OP has been saying it'd be too much effort to sign messages, and considered zarzarb was taking those funds as a loan and ask for an almost 8.5BTC repayment (lol)
- It's been suggested that the original repayment address is used to release the funds, OP agrees, but that brings a question up: If he has access to that address, why doesn't he sign a message?

I think that is pretty much the current situation. I have not mentioned the thread Lauda created, because I didn't catch it on time, now it's locked, and I don't think that anything different from what has been said here was said.

The only thing that is questionable here is the fact of the funds changing address when it was a clearly "monitored" one; but from there, to using that funds on his personal lending thread as OP suggests, there quite some space

You are always giving the benefit of the doubt to Zazarb, but not to me. You already decided your position based on our trust feedbacks before you read OP.

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- OP has been saying it'd be too much effort to sign messages, and considered zarzarb was taking those funds as a loan and ask for an almost 8.5BTC repayment (lol)
It is practically not possible for me to sign the message from the repayment address right now. I already took the effort to sign other addresses and made no progress so far.

I increased the amount to 8.5BTC when he said this :
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Im not make any excuses! Serious ? the amount is ridiculously small...
So I made the amount ridiculously large.  Grin

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If he has access to that address, why doesn't he sign a message?
I have no obligation to explain this and you won't know what I say is true or not anyway.



zazarb assumed gkv9 obligations to repay the interest amount due on gkv9 in exchange for a payment of equal amount plus the fee zazarb charged. Zazarb also explicitly agreed to not move the bitcoin he was holding on behalf of gkv9.

It appears zazarb has commingled the bitcoin he was holding with his own personal bitcoin. This is not good and is something I would consider if someone asked to use zazarb as an escrow agent in a transaction I was a part of.

I also don’t see any basis for withholding the bitcoin to the OP. The repayment address remains unchanged and the basis for gkv9 not sending the interest payment to the OP directly was that there might be a question if the transaction was actually from gkv9 for the purpose of paying the interest or was from someone else.

The majority of the world has travel restrictions imposed so it is not entirely unexpected the OP cannot provide a signed message. The OP also never agreed to provide a signed message as a condition of receiving payment. The majority of the world also is experiencing financial stress currently so it would be expected for those who are owed money to make attempts to recover payment.

I think it would have been most appropriate to send the bitcoin to the OP in 2016, but given this didn’t happen, it should be released to him immediately. This is regardless of any speculation that the OP is a hacked account.

If zazarb or anyone else has evidence that is not speculation that the person who is owed the .01 doesn’t wish to receive the payment to the original repayment address he is now requesting payment to be sent to, he should present it immediately.



OP is now reposting their posts to keep them at the bottom of their thread.

You are free to open multiple scam accusations threads :
Watoshi-Dimobuto's alt scammed $15 in 2015.
Watoshi-Dimobuto can't sign bitcoin address. His account is hacked
Watoshi-Dimobuto reposted one post OMG!  Shocked
What else?

Watoshi-Dimobuto is attempting to extort BTC 8.5 from Zazarb https://archive.vn/NmiyA#selection-5409.0-5413.20
You really left feedback for that? LOL That is overkilling it Cheesy



  • I didn't hack this account
  • I have never defaulted on loans
  • I am not an extortionist
  • Watoshi, Zorrocoin, searle421 are not my alts
  • I admit to reposting

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May 20, 2020, 09:34:47 AM
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Yes. IMO, it is more than unethical if the agreement implies the escrow should keep it untouched in the bitcoin address/account. Greedy and unethical applies if you are talking about agreements between friends and family.

You can prove that your funds have been used for my lending service? At the 2017, my loan portfolio was up 10-15BTC, the amount re-reserved for that purpose is even higher
How your 0.01BTC can help me? What purpose to use it? it was a useless balance that only ate a transaction fee when moving from one address to other.

I don't understand what reason Zazarb has to withhold escrow. I don't understand why many of you considers this OK. I don't think scaring away people from using escrow is the right approach.
Would you do it if the funds were transferred to you without a question? Or in that case i would be the best escrow service regardless of that fund was moved?

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May 20, 2020, 10:16:54 AM
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You are always giving the benefit of the doubt to Zazarb, but not to me. You already decided your position based on our trust feedbacks before you read OP.
Your past feedback was for some multi-accounting stuff. That has literally nothing to do with the escrow situation here. I have not given you the benefit of the doubt, because after a 4 year inactivity period you refuse to sign a message to verify your identity, and tried to extort the escrow into releasing the funds with the following nonsense:
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I increased the amount to 8.5BTC when he said this :
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So I made the amount ridiculously large.  Grin

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If he has access to that address, why doesn't he sign a message?
I have no obligation to explain this and you won't know what I say is true or not anyway.
Funny you say that in the same post you say that you can't sign a message... I may not know if you are lying or not, but signatures don't lie; so that's kind of the point

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It is practically not possible for me to sign the message from the repayment address right now. I already took the effort to sign other addresses and made no progress so far.

These 2 contradictory statements make me think that you are not in control of that address.

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Last edit: May 20, 2020, 11:27:39 AM by Watoshi-Dimobuto
 #34

@Csmiami I am aware you think I hacked this account. I said you don't give me benefit of the doubt because you are asking me to prove that I own this account without providing evidence that my account is hacked. You are not asking Zazarb to prove anything. You are leaving feedback based on a speculation. Tell me what reason does Zazarb has to refuse to pay to original repayment address?


Yes. IMO, it is more than unethical if the agreement implies the escrow should keep it untouched in the bitcoin address/account. Greedy and unethical applies if you are talking about agreements between friends and family.

You can prove that your funds have been used for my lending service? At the 2017, my loan portfolio was up 10-15BTC, the amount re-reserved for that purpose is even higher
How your 0.01BTC can help me? What purpose to use it? it was a useless balance that only ate a transaction fee when moving from one address to other.

There are 323 transactions in the escrow address. What were you using it for? Why did you move the money?



I am dropping this accusation, but I will keep the thread unlocked. I think some people here are worse than I accused you of.

You can't pull this off in real life. Next time, don't do it like this.
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May 20, 2020, 11:48:40 AM
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The escrow contract basically said that the Watoshi account will ask for escrow to be released to the original repayment address, and now the Watoshi account is doing exactly that..

Where was that? The OP is doing a really shitty job presenting this case. I couldn't find what the original instructions were for releasing the escrowed funds.

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May 20, 2020, 01:35:15 PM
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The escrow contract basically said that the Watoshi account will ask for escrow to be released to the original repayment address, and now the Watoshi account is doing exactly that..

Where was that? The OP is doing a really shitty job presenting this case. I couldn't find what the original instructions were for releasing the escrowed funds.


These posts were made before Zazarb agreed to escrow. Zazarb did not explicitly state anything except for confirming the escrow address as a PGP signed message. I think it is clear that Zazarb was to hold funds until I either confirm the repayment address or provide a new one.


Due to the lack of communication between me and Watoshi Sir, I have now decided that I will wait just 10 days more and see whether he comes online or not, and if he doesn't reply me during this time, I will repay him to his provided address on this thread...
I hope he comes back online during this timeline... Smiley

Watoshi-Dimobuto has not been active on the forum since: May 15, 2016, 02:01:52 PM.

If you don't know a way to contact him out of this forum I would suggest you to wait until he's back or send the payment to a trusted escrow so they can hold it until Watoshi-Dimobuto is back.

Due to the lack of communication between me and Watoshi Sir, I have now decided that I will wait just 10 days more and see whether he comes online or not, and if he doesn't reply me during this time, I will repay him to his provided address on this thread...
I hope he comes back online during this timeline... Smiley

I think it is best to just wait for him to confirmed that the wallet addy is still he currently used. Because it will become another issue if that addy is forget by owner. Just saying




Hey guys, I would like to update you that I recently got a message from manager that I got paid currently... Grin
I am extremely happy that now I will be able to put the amount in Zazarb's escrow service to prove myself innocent...  Cheesy

if you want I can  escrow this, but it is not guaranteed that people who have left you negative trust, will remove it.
(I will send confirmation to blazr and QS)
escrow address if you want monitoring 13onqzPnGzazarbReooW4sBkqEgKPoMwZV  (you should send full amount +tx fee)


Can you please confirm that the above mentioned address with monitoring is still on???
I will then send the amount... Also, I would like to let you know that only BTC0.01 is remaining, so please let me know that exactly how much should I send you to that address???

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

This is zazarb from bitcointalk. Today is 27/09/ 2016

I confirm that  address to escrow 13onqzPnGzazarbReooW4sBkqEgKPoMwZV
please send  remaining amount what you owe  Watoshi-Dimobuto (0,01BTC+tx fee 0.0001)
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Comment: https://keybase.io/crypto

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May 20, 2020, 05:23:04 PM
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Funny you say that in the same post you say that you can't sign a message... I may not know if you are lying or not, but signatures don't lie; so that's kind of the point

I would be leaning to believe the OP if not for the ridiculous demand to pay 8 BTC for signing a message... You can either sign it or not.

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Funny you say that in the same post you say that you can't sign a message... I may not know if you are lying or not, but signatures don't lie; so that's kind of the point

I would be leaning to believe the OP if not for the ridiculous demand to pay 8 BTC for signing a message... You can either sign it or not.


TBH I wasn't serious when I said that. He was refusing to pay $95 and I thought that was ridiculous. I am certain no one in the right mind will pay 8 BTC and both of us knew that. You can see I dropped it the same day when I found some were taking it way too seriously than I intended. I was in no position to make demands, considering it was Zazarb who was holding the funds. I have apologized to Zazarb in private message for the post. I haven't received a reply.

I have agreed with Zazarb that if I don't sign the bitcoin address within a month from now, he can do whatever he want with it. I have dropped this scam accusation.
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Funny you say that in the same post you say that you can't sign a message... I may not know if you are lying or not, but signatures don't lie; so that's kind of the point

I would be leaning to believe the OP if not for the ridiculous demand to pay 8 BTC for signing a message... You can either sign it or not.


TBH I wasn't serious when I said that. He was refusing to pay $95 and I thought that was ridiculous. I am certain no one in the right mind will pay 8 BTC and both of us knew that. You can see I dropped it the same day when I found some were taking it way too seriously than I intended. I was in no position to make demands, considering it was Zazarb who was holding the funds. I have apologized to Zazarb in private message for the post. I haven't received a reply.

I have agreed with Zazarb that if I don't sign the bitcoin address within a month from now, he can do whatever he want with it. I have dropped this scam accusation.


IIRC you started at BTC 6.0 then raised the stakes to BTC 8.0 both of which are manifestly absurd amounts to be asking.  (Perhaps your Knight in shining armour Quickseller can explain to you the concept of extortion.)

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Funny you say that in the same post you say that you can't sign a message... I may not know if you are lying or not, but signatures don't lie; so that's kind of the point

I would be leaning to believe the OP if not for the ridiculous demand to pay 8 BTC for signing a message... You can either sign it or not.


TBH I wasn't serious when I said that. He was refusing to pay $95 and I thought that was ridiculous. I am certain no one in the right mind will pay 8 BTC and both of us knew that. You can see I dropped it the same day when I found some were taking it way too seriously than I intended. I was in no position to make demands, considering it was Zazarb who was holding the funds. I have apologized to Zazarb in private message for the post. I haven't received a reply.

I have agreed with Zazarb that if I don't sign the bitcoin address within a month from now, he can do whatever he want with it. I have dropped this scam accusation.


IIRC you started at BTC 6.0 then raised the stakes to BTC 8.0 both of which are manifestly absurd amounts to be asking.  (Perhaps your Knight in shining armour Quickseller can explain to you the concept of extortion.)

I am dropping this accusation because I think the quality of this forum has deteriorated irrecoverably. You made me understand this. Changing subject to "Fake Accusation against Zazarb (escrow)","you started at BTC 6.0 then raised the stakes to BTC 8.0", quoting a lending thread for terms of escrow, "How many versions of just BitCoin core have there been in the last four years? How many haircuts have you had?", "it looks like post #2 by @Yoshi sums it up nicely" without checking who the OP of the lending thread is, "extortion", "Did you tell anyone you would be gone for four years?"

Most of the best escrows and members here have left. It is very clear to see most of the members who have run escrow services themselves including Quickseller, don't consider this acceptable/ethical. But, I think the majority opinion here is this incident does not warrant a scam accusation and no one tells me why that is.

You can call it demand. I demanded unreasonable interest on money owed to me. You don't know what escrow is and you don't know what extortion is.
Quit your trolling.
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