[ETA: btw apologies for the presumption, I haven't been at this forum long enough to get a feel for what's tolerated, but I can't help but feel that, with Bitcoin media coverage being all drugs this, kiddie porn that, and Silk Road the other, we really don't need to let scammers flourish. So I have reported this thread to the moderators. Hey, they might feel there's no harm in it, in which case so be it.
I felt the same, so I reported this topic right when it started. To my utter dismay, the mods arrived, posted some nonsensical comments, and went away:
Seems like a scam, awaiting a response from someone with a free review before passing judgement.
It's not really
a scam, as far as I know. From the looks of it, you'll get it for free initially, but you'll have to pay for it 30 days later. That being said, I'm too nice of a person to try it myself.
Precisely what these forums need - to turn into crimetalk.org
because the mods can't (are afraid?) make a decision
I respect you and the work you're doing here guys but this time IMO you clearly dropped the ball.
Logic was enough to prove this was a scam - either against Amazon (by wrongfully requesting a replacement Kindle with the intent to fight the credit card charge by Amazon when the supposedly broken Kindle never arrived) or against Bitcointalk's users (by wrongfully claiming he had a proven method of dodging the said credit card charge and trying to sell it).
> reported to amazon
> got $10 account credit
EDIT:: OP seems to be on the run as he removed all his posts
EDIT:: Hey OP, removing a post is not quite the same as getting rid of the evidence. The evidence is in your ISP's logs and on Bitcointalk's servers and will be released to law enforcement on demand. Have a nice day scammer bitch!