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February 16, 2012, 09:50:23 PM
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Someone hi-jacked the tag Binandbon34, and used vincent's name and pictures to scam me.
Vincent himself, did not.
Now, I'm giving up. All I could have is an IP trace, and that's not getting me anywhere.
This thread is closed.

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February 16, 2012, 09:55:09 PM
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Here is info I've been able to glean from this bastard.

User; Binandbon34

Full name; Vu Anh (Vincent) Pham Nguyen

Email; Binandbon34@gmail.com

Birthdate; March 8th, 1992 Just as I was suspecting. Most of the scammers are children that do not realise their scamming has CONSEQUENCES. I bet they would not go in a store and rob the cashier, would they ? Sadly they think it is perfectly all right to scam people like me and Electricbees on the forums for BTC Angry

Attended Randwick Boys High School, in NSW, Australia

Lives at 123/40, Bayswater Road,
Rushcutters Bay, NSW 2011

Is currently attending some form of college locally, with a student ID of #S025813

Photobucket page; http://s298.photobucket.com/albums/mm269/binandbon34/

 
This guy cut and ran with my BTC, and I'd like at least, cause this kid some public embarrassment by throwing all his info out there. If anyone knows this guy, and/or is willing to help me in doing justice, I'd certainly be willing to fork over some BTC's in return.

{TL;DR} Binandbon34, scammer, info here, BTC BOUNTY for any help successfully getting my money back.

Thanks, all. If nothing works out, I'm headed over to aussie-land for spring break Smiley. I'll just pay him a visit, and lodge a formal complaint up his ass.

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WOW. Way to go. This attitude is what needs to replace the current "Oh, I got scammed, who cares" attitude of bitcointalk.org

If there are people to be scammed there will be scammers to scam them.

I am doing a similar procedure here with Sam Theofanopoulos aka A1Bitcoinpool aka Mu50stang : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64188.0 and https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64192.0

Scammer tag is just not enough of a deterrent to stop people scamming for BTCs. We need action like above. I am calling my scammer tomorrow in hopes of teaching him a lesson !

Edit : WOW. Scammer locked the threads ! He says he wants us to go after the hacker that did it. If somebody did hack his pool then why not post as much information / logs / IP address / relevant information so as to allow us to see that he really did get hacked ( and not just lying to avoid paying out shares ) AND allow us to see who the hacker was etc. Huh
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February 16, 2012, 10:19:47 PM
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WOW. Way to go. This attitude is what needs to replace the current "Oh, I got scammed, who cares" attitude of bitcointalk.org

If there are people to be scammed there will be scammers to scam them.

I am doing a similar procedure here with Sam Theofanopoulos aka A1Bitcoinpool aka Mu50stang : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64188.0 and https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64192.0

Scammer tag is just not enough of a deterrent to stop people scamming for BTCs. We need action like above. I am calling my scammer tomorrow in hopes of teaching him a lesson !

Edit : WOW. Scammer locked the threads ! He says he wants us to go after the hacker that did it. If somebody did hack his pool then why not post as much information / logs / IP address / relevant information so as to allow us to see that he really did get hacked ( and not just lying to avoid paying out shares ) AND allow us to see who the hacker was etc. Huh

Amen to that!

Edit; Fuck me with a broom... All that work for nothing.

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February 17, 2012, 08:38:19 AM
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WTH, I know this guy, the nickname binandbon34 was preaty famous back in my country then because of leading the BTC industry, water cooling, building minning rig and escrow service ..., but I'm preatty sure that he had not used that name for years, he's now using new email eiveepham@yahoo.com you may contact with him for more information.

Edit: shold tell you that scammers never left so much trail like this, must be some mistake
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February 17, 2012, 09:04:11 AM
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You may wish to submit the scammer info to the Bitcoin Shitlist and help others not to fall victim of this scammer.

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February 18, 2012, 09:51:16 PM
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Maybe you could mail his school, to show them what kind of person the guy really is?

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February 19, 2012, 08:48:42 AM
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Maybe you could mail his school, to show them what kind of person the guy really is?
I'm strongly considering this. Not positive if he still attends, but it's worth a shot.

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February 19, 2012, 10:23:51 AM
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I think you can hire hitmen on the Tor network. Costs like $15000 though

DISCLAIMER: THE STATEMENT A JOKE. AND EVEN IF YOU DID TAKE ME SERIOUSLY I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE.

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February 19, 2012, 11:18:23 AM
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I think you can hire hitmen on the Tor network. Costs like $15000 though

DISCLAIMER: THE STATEMENT A JOKE. AND EVEN IF YOU DID TAKE ME SERIOUSLY I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE.

Oh, I wish!

I just don't understand how someone could have the heart to scam someone! I mean, all they get out of it is a few quid extra - although this could range to the thousands!

I for one would never scam someone - I'm just too traceable!
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February 19, 2012, 11:42:09 AM
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How much did he take?
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February 19, 2012, 12:01:58 PM
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What happened with this one anyway?

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February 19, 2012, 12:32:25 PM
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Took 217.3 BTC.
Trusted him because he had rep with a guy I dealt with, and trusted.
Was planning on buying some OEM 5970's, one was busted and I was planning to repair.
Took my coins and hasn't said a word to anyone on here since. (That I know of.)
Aware of escrow, reversible paypal, etc, I chose to act on too few green lights.

I think you can hire hitmen on the Tor network. Costs like $15000 though

DISCLAIMER: THE STATEMENT A JOKE. AND EVEN IF YOU DID TAKE ME SERIOUSLY I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE.

And now I have to come up with $15,000... What rotten luck.

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February 19, 2012, 12:56:46 PM
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And now I have to come up with $15,000... What rotten luck.

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February 19, 2012, 01:03:39 PM
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Took 217.3 BTC.
Trusted him because he had rep with a guy I dealt with, and trusted.
Was planning on buying some OEM 5970's, one was busted and I was planning to repair.
Took my coins and hasn't said a word to anyone on here since. (That I know of.)
Aware of escrow, reversible paypal, etc, I chose to act on too few green lights.

I think you can hire hitmen on the Tor network. Costs like $15000 though

DISCLAIMER: THE STATEMENT A JOKE. AND EVEN IF YOU DID TAKE ME SERIOUSLY I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE.

And now I have to come up with $15,000... What rotten luck.


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How nasty - but that's humans for you - never nice Smiley
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February 19, 2012, 09:21:36 PM
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Agreed... People can be so rotten some times. Just have to do your best to get over it, or get back at them.

Or purge them off the face of the earth...

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February 19, 2012, 10:15:41 PM
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Agreed... People can be so rotten some times. Just have to do your best to get over it, or get back at them.

Or purge them off the face of the earth...

Let's start funding the assassin? I'll pledge 1BTC  Grin

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February 19, 2012, 11:58:11 PM
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Took 217.3 BTC.

Ouch.

Agreed... People can be so rotten some times. Just have to do your best to get over it, or get back at them.

Or purge them off the face of the earth...

Let's start funding the assassin? I'll pledge 1BTC  Grin

Ill pledge my whole wallet! Erm, that's 0.019 btc. Ooh, and there's a fee of 0.01 and transactions.
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February 20, 2012, 01:13:33 AM
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Took 217.3 BTC.

Ouch.

Agreed... People can be so rotten some times. Just have to do your best to get over it, or get back at them.

Or purge them off the face of the earth...

Let's start funding the assassin? I'll pledge 1BTC  Grin

Ill pledge my whole wallet! Erm, that's 0.019 btc. Ooh, and there's a fee of 0.01 and transactions.


Feel free to give me your pledges, and I'll just go kick the kid's ass myself... Grin
Really though, don't do that. I much rather prefer to tell his school, parents and place of employment that he's a dirty thief, and see how well he fares after all three parties know he's not trustworthy...

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February 20, 2012, 05:32:54 AM
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WTH, I know this guy, the nickname binandbon34 was preaty famous back in my country then because of leading the BTC industry, water cooling, building minning rig and escrow service ..., but I'm preatty sure that he had not used that name for years, he's now using new email eiveepham@yahoo.com you may contact with him for more information.

Edit: shold tell you that scammers never left so much trail like this, must be some mistake
Thank you for contacting me. Maybe now I have a chance at sorting this all out.

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