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October 12, 2015, 10:34:51 PM
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Hi @ all.
Here is my small list:

BTCjam Loan No. 22623
https://btcjam.com/listings/22623
{ ดวงฤทัย สุรักษ์รัตนสกุล } the "Debtor" aka"Sakazuki".
Debt amount of 0.00028819 bitcoins at 5.0% interest monthly
The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
ดวงฤทัย สุรักษ์รัตนสกุล Denpasar Barat,
Indonesia 50114
Japan
maman.beside666@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/tkurohman3
Phone: +6282315756605
National ID 3204099512830009
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past 91 days.
The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00030260 bitcoins and is immediately due and payable to:
BTCjam Member No. 10416



BTCjam Loan No. 22802
https://btcjam.com/listings/22802
{ Scott Sharpe } the "Debtor" aka"BTCSharpe" or "Scott Andrew"
Debt amount of 0.00018767 bitcoins at 7.0% interest monthly.
The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Scott Sharpe Lumberton,
New Jersey 08048
United States
contact@andrewsharpe.co https://www.facebook.com/iAndrewSharpe
Phone: 6095004630
Driver's License S32336946110842
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past 91 days.
The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00035393 bitcoins and is immediately due and payable to:
BTCjam Member No. 10416




BTCjam Loan No. 34239
https://btcjam.com/listings/34239
{ James Alan Craig } the "Debtor" aka"coinmaster"
Debt amount of 0.0133383 bitcoins at 7.5% interest weekly.
The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
James Alan Craig Stranraer,
Dumfries&galloway DG98PT
United Kingdom
dg98pt@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/Corner.pub.fanatic
Phone: +447585189781 Passport 720114453
The Debtor was required to make weekly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past 91 days.
The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.01343815 bitcoins and is immediately due and payable to:
BTCjam Member No. 10416




BTCjam Loan No. 33258
https://btcjam.com/listings/33258
{ Jose Maria Agudo Machuca } the "Debtor" aka"jmagudom92"
Debt amount of 0.0001 bitcoins at 20.0% interest monthly.
The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Jose Maria Agudo Machuca
Pueblonuevo Del Guadiana
Badajoz 06184
Spain
jmagudom92@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/josemaria.agudomachuca.1
Phone: +34672262928 National ID 80079199F
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past 91 days.
The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00014242 bitcoins and is immediately due and payable to:
BTCjam Member No. 10416



BTCjam Loan No. 19966
https://btcjam.com/listings/19966
{ Raphi } the "Debtor" aka "Raphi_There"
Debt amount of 0.0001 bitcoins at 5.0% interest monthly.
The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Raphi
38 Custer ST Lawrence
MA 01841
United States
raphi1392@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/1772954631
Phone: 9782739457
Driver's License s47033595
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past 91 days.
The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00005323 bitcoins and is immediately due and payable to:
BTCjam Member No. 10416



BTCjam Loan No. 44366
https://btcjam.com/listings/44366
{ Dennis Tinega Orina } the "Debtor" aka "faceten"
Debt amount of 1.0e-05 bitcoins at 4.35% interest monthly.
The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Dennis Tinega Orina
PO Box 39 Sega
Siaya 40614
KE
dennisorina70@yahoo.com
http://www.facebook.com/100001274394296
Phone: +254735294800
National ID 25488708
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past 91 days.
The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00001262 bitcoins and is immediately due and payable to:
BTCjam Member No. 10416

and at last but not forgotten...(Net-Arb was missing)
https://btcjam.com/listings/32504-bitcoin-trading-4
Listing Activated 2015-01-11
TERM 30 days @ 4.00%
COUNTRY Turkey.
Debtor's Name "Serdar Top" BTCjam Member No. 60650
I as BTCjam Member No. 10416 invested 0.00261270 bitcoins.


The BTC address for paying the debts is: 1FM6SfrsPcxMvxSLAJyaeqN15aUSah1cUV
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October 13, 2015, 12:06:06 AM
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I will try this post:

3. The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
 Debajyoti Mukherjee
 Kolkata, West Bengal 700079
 India
 sanjumukherjee1984@yahoo.com
 https://www.facebook.com/sanju.kolkata
 Phone: +16614626622
 National ID 840620573312

4. The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past
91 days. The Debtor is in default.

5. The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00081931 bitcoins and is immediately due and
payable to the Creditor and their successors:

BTCjam Member No. 63757

The BTC address for paying the debts is: 1NcfMZh53kzUebB4oDT7NRdTThCbLKMGx3

Thank you for your help!
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October 13, 2015, 12:12:20 AM
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Please, see the item #5 - 0.00081931

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October 13, 2015, 09:30:03 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user,but i know what you all feeling being scammed and without being able to do nothing i had been as well sometime ago,but i wont be part of these since in my vision will make they create another account and another photo and scam again soo is kind useless.
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October 13, 2015, 09:39:09 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user,but i know what you all feeling being scammed and without being able to do nothing i had been as well sometime ago,but i wont be part of these since in my vision will make they create another account and another photo and scam again soo is kind useless.

I'll take my chances. The first two people are verified and real, as for the 3rd, I could care less, I will never see any btc back from that Ukrainian scammer.   Roll Eyes
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October 14, 2015, 09:05:45 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user,but i know what you all feeling being scammed and without being able to do nothing i had been as well sometime ago,but i wont be part of these since in my vision will make they create another account and another photo and scam again soo is kind useless.

I'll take my chances. The first two people are verified and real, as for the 3rd, I could care less, I will never see any btc back from that Ukrainian scammer.   Roll Eyes

Well i understand that feeling i had lended some btc into btcjam as most  i lost some and won others in total i had roi my loans but i get out since too many scams inside there already.
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October 15, 2015, 10:24:57 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user... [the rest of the text is cut off]

Well... I could imagine that Bitcointalk would inform the user here to delete/edit theire postings here, before it goes to a lawcourt either this site was hopefully watched by Moderators/Admins and if anything was 'gainst common law it would be deleted/moved/edited... or wasn't it?
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October 15, 2015, 10:37:13 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user... [the rest of the text is cut off]

Well... I could imagine that Bitcointalk would inform the user here to delete/edit theire postings here, before it goes to a lawcourt either this site was hopefully watched by Moderators/Admins and if anything was 'gainst common law it would be deleted/moved/edited... or wasn't it?

Nah, nobody here cares. Besides, they owe me money, once the pay up or settle, i'll gladly remove their dox. This is how bitcoin works - if someone scams you, you report it and do what you can. I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe 1 will pay, maybe not, why not try? They don't reply to emails or facebook messages, so fuck them, let them ride to the top of google searches, not my problem.

Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?
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October 15, 2015, 11:22:55 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user... [the rest of the text is cut off]

Well... I could imagine that Bitcointalk would inform the user here to delete/edit theire postings here, before it goes to a lawcourt either this site was hopefully watched by Moderators/Admins and if anything was 'gainst common law it would be deleted/moved/edited... or wasn't it?

Nah, nobody here cares. Besides, they owe me money, once the pay up or settle, i'll gladly remove their dox. This is how bitcoin works - if someone scams you, you report it and do what you can. I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe 1 will pay, maybe not, why not try? They don't reply to emails or facebook messages, so fuck them, let them ride to the top of google searches, not my problem.

Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?

1. Thank 'ya for the info. Smiley
2. What do 'ya mean by telling me: "Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?" - Do 'ya mean, why did I work hard for getting my sathosis and then lost all my earnings to these scum scams? Huh
3. 'ya say: "I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe...[rest of the text is cut off]" - Well, me either... and I think NO attorny/lawyer would try to get these cases to the court 'couse of the invested sum was to low (the highest investing was worth 1-2 $). That means to me, I could clean up my ass with the Net-Arb after shitting if I'm in the motion to print it before. Embarrassed Cry
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October 15, 2015, 11:32:29 PM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user... [the rest of the text is cut off]

Well... I could imagine that Bitcointalk would inform the user here to delete/edit theire postings here, before it goes to a lawcourt either this site was hopefully watched by Moderators/Admins and if anything was 'gainst common law it would be deleted/moved/edited... or wasn't it?

Nah, nobody here cares. Besides, they owe me money, once the pay up or settle, i'll gladly remove their dox. This is how bitcoin works - if someone scams you, you report it and do what you can. I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe 1 will pay, maybe not, why not try? They don't reply to emails or facebook messages, so fuck them, let them ride to the top of google searches, not my problem.

Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?

1. Thank 'ya for the info. Smiley
2. What do 'ya mean by telling me: "Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?" - Do 'ya mean, why did I work hard for getting my sathosis and then lost all my earnings to these scum scams? Huh


Because your personal text says "Visit P2P Bitcoinlending plattform @ BTCJam.com !!"  Roll Eyes

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3. 'ya say: "I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe...[rest of the text is cut off]" - Well, me either... and I think NO attorny/lawyer would try to get these cases to the court 'couse of the invested sum was to low (the highest investing was worth 1-2 $). That means to me, I could clean up my ass with the Net-Arb after shitting if I'm in the motion to print it before. Embarrassed Cry

Not sure I follow you. Let me clear you up on your reading comprehension - I've bolded above what I wrote again, do you get it yet?

Not what you mean about one or two dollars. Are you retarded?  ... 'ya? Just like NET-ARB? ... LOL...   Roll Eyes
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October 16, 2015, 01:08:20 AM
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Well is just and advice ,some people may recognize the person that is being injured and well if the person hadnt made any deal ,well the law should act against bitcointalk and the user... [the rest of the text is cut off]

Well... I could imagine that Bitcointalk would inform the user here to delete/edit theire postings here, before it goes to a lawcourt either this site was hopefully watched by Moderators/Admins and if anything was 'gainst common law it would be deleted/moved/edited... or wasn't it?

Nah, nobody here cares. Besides, they owe me money, once the pay up or settle, i'll gladly remove their dox. This is how bitcoin works - if someone scams you, you report it and do what you can. I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe 1 will pay, maybe not, why not try? They don't reply to emails or facebook messages, so fuck them, let them ride to the top of google searches, not my problem.

Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?

1. Thank 'ya for the info. Smiley
2. What do 'ya mean by telling me: "Btw, why are you shilling so hard as a newbie for btcscam anyhow?" - Do 'ya mean, why did I work hard for getting my sathosis and then lost all my earnings to these scum scams? Huh


Because your personal text says "Visit P2P Bitcoinlending plattform @ BTCJam.com !!"  Roll Eyes

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3. 'ya say: "I cannot afford to hire lawyers across the world, so this is what I do, maybe...[rest of the text is cut off]" - Well, me either... and I think NO attorny/lawyer would try to get these cases to the court 'couse of the invested sum was to low (the highest investing was worth 1-2 $). That means to me, I could clean up my ass with the Net-Arb after shitting if I'm in the motion to print it before. Embarrassed Cry

Not sure I follow you. Let me clear you up on your reading comprehension - I've bolded above what I wrote again, do you get it yet?

Not what you mean about one or two dollars. Are you retarded?  ... 'ya? Just like NET-ARB? ... LOL...   Roll Eyes


 Grin No, I am not retarded - just a little bit drunk Cool. At the date I lend MY satoshis to the debtor they are worth 1-2 $ or less.
Now let me point out my personal text: I wrote it, becouse I am trying to get my satoshis back. I got the little hope, the debtors read it and VISIT THE P2P BITCOINLENDING PLATFORM to give a statement. I am waiting on a miracle... Wink If it won't work I change my personal text to it's origin --> 1FM6SfrsPcxMvxSLAJyaeqN15aUSah1cUV
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October 17, 2015, 01:11:19 AM
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no problem then sorry, we all post with bad judgement at times.

I just thought you meant my loans were "a few dollars".

Cheers & beers ! Smiley
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October 17, 2015, 10:06:43 AM
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If you are a lender theres a possible to scamm you because there are to many and you cannot control him because of low security of the site.... did you try it to report him in the site
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October 19, 2015, 05:48:51 PM
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If you are a lender theres a possible to scamm you because there are to many and you cannot control him because of low security of the site.... did you try it to report him in the site
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What are you even talking about? The site doesn't care?..
I just said that report the lender scammer from btcjam support.. that was my suggest.

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October 19, 2015, 06:05:06 PM
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If you are a lender theres a possible to scamm you because there are to many and you cannot control him because of low security of the site.... did you try it to report him in the site
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What are you even talking about? The site doesn't care?..
I just said that report the lender scammer from btcjam support.. that was my suggest.

Ah... never mind then.  Roll Eyes

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October 20, 2015, 10:16:39 AM
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Lol where the fuck are all these scammers coming from, like they are growing on a tree Cheesy

I see that they are coming from all over the world just to scam people for a few dollars, how pathetic is that Cheesy

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October 24, 2015, 09:51:55 PM
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The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Juliane Silva De Azevedo
Estrada do chaumiere 464
Miguel Pereira, Rio De Janeiro 26900000
BR
juliane.gmf@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/856896287725491/
Phone: +5521964616064
National ID 210965653
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past
91 days. The Debtor is in default.
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October 25, 2015, 01:19:40 AM
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The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Juliane Silva De Azevedo
Estrada do chaumiere 464
Miguel Pereira, Rio De Janeiro 26900000
BR
juliane.gmf@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/856896287725491/
Phone: +5521964616064
National ID 210965653
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past
91 days. The Debtor is in default.

Nice one, post your BTC address in case they actually repay you, along with amount owed. Wink
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October 26, 2015, 09:35:11 PM
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The Debtor's name, last known address, and other information is:
Juliane Silva De Azevedo
Estrada do chaumiere 464
Miguel Pereira, Rio De Janeiro 26900000
BR
juliane.gmf@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/856896287725491/
Phone: +5521964616064
National ID 210965653
The Debtor was required to make monthly loan payments to the Creditor but has failed to make a payment for the past
91 days. The Debtor is in default.

Nice one, post your BTC address in case they actually repay you, along with amount owed. Wink

BTC Address: 1KqrBSNK1GJYQ7ezZqpMTmh7EjTj5uh7PQ


2. Using the website www.BTCjam.com, the Debtor entered into a loan agreement (BTCjam Loan No. 45559) with the
Creditor for a bitcoin loan in the amount of 0.00336478 bitcoins at 44.3% interest monthly.

5. The amount owed at the time the debtor stopped making payments is 0.00412463 bitcoins and is immediately due and
payable to the Creditor and their successors and/or assigns
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November 03, 2015, 11:32:17 PM
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Everybody should post photos of the scammers.

At least the pic you receive from net-arb and other from fb.

Tools to bash these fuckers on social networks are most welcome.

Peer pressure may be our best chance to see some of these coins back.
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