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March 03, 2012, 01:11:13 AM
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Anyone who has a problem with this outrageousness, please write separate letters to FinCEN and feel free to visit Mr. Camilo and express your concerns.
I've never struggled with what to do as much as I have in considering whether or not to report this non-violent illegal activity to the government. I'm at the FinCEN website, but I just can't make myself do it.

Feels bad, man.

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March 03, 2012, 01:30:23 AM
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I'm trying to use the site, but all bitcoin->site connections seems down... Sad That's bad, i can't buy bitcoins now!!!

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March 03, 2012, 01:53:40 AM
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Nice. Either hes pissed off enough of us that his site is getting hit or he took it offline in fear. Can we get someone to follow up with the blockchain.info to track where these coins are going? Also, if this is a ddos attack, it would really suck if the uncle jacks website got caught up in it.

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March 03, 2012, 01:55:59 AM
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For reference, Matt talked to manager @ Uncle Jack's and *surprise* they've never heard of this guy. Consider the Uncle Jack's restaurant totally unrelated to CoinTumbler. Identity theft, likely selling stolen coins, scammy chess site, taunting those who had coins stolen, has purchased tens of thousands of what he claims is monopoly money.

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March 03, 2012, 01:59:05 AM
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cross post from other tread

A while back, Maria start a shit fit over some exchange not giving her/him/it whatever, their Western Union withdraw. The exchange was www.bitcoinexchange.cc. I have the former ops phone info, but due to my yelling matches with him on the same subject, I doubt he will answer my calls, maybe.

Edit: Skype has different payment options now. buying credit to make call.

Edit2: Made the call. Different business (lol Internet Crime Mitigation Services) but left a voicemail. Hopefully its the same guy and he is classy enough to return my call.

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March 03, 2012, 04:25:44 AM
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Look for all these stolen coins to make their way back into the world slowly as this accomplice to the crime launders them for his co-conspirator. I call for a scammer tag for CoinExchanger.

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March 03, 2012, 04:59:02 AM
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Look for all these stolen coins to make their way back into the world slowly as this accomplice to the crime launders them for his co-conspirator. I call for a scammer tag for CoinExchanger.

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March 03, 2012, 05:03:32 AM
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3rd. There is really no reason to be boosting about the stolen coins you got  and making a mockery of it ... disgusting stuff seriously..
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March 03, 2012, 05:07:58 AM
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4th.
Makes me wonder about the age of coinexchanger themselves, I suspect he's even younger then 17.

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March 03, 2012, 05:45:50 AM
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If he actually DID get all those stolen coins, who did he scam?
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March 03, 2012, 02:55:11 PM
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If he actually DID get all those stolen coins, who did he scam?

I guess everyone is thinking that he didn't scam anyone, but he deserves a scammer tag all the same.  I sort of have the same opinion.

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March 03, 2012, 03:17:00 PM
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Watching.

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March 03, 2012, 03:24:54 PM
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If he actually DID get all those stolen coins, who did he scam?
CEX implies ZT sold him the coins, but ZT is still paying out withdraw requests, so...

We dropped the fees to 7% to help out a bit. We are still getting too much BTC in comparison to LR so we need to keep a healthy balance. LR deposits are needed!!

Visit, www.coinexchanger.com
Or just use an exchange that doesn't charge a withdrawal fee.
We dropped the fees to 7% to help out a bit. We are still getting too much BTC in comparison to LR so we need to keep a healthy balance. LR deposits are needed!!

Visit, www.coinexchanger.com
Why don't you freeze the accounts and return the stolen coins to Zhoutong and slush?

Because how can I prove that indeed those are stolen coins? It could be Zhoutong who made the deposit, then came around and claimed the loss. How could I know?
What a fool. Why would Zhoutong hack himself and then give away a large sum of BTC? Jesus christ.


think about it... a little harder this time.
Ohhhhh, okay. You imply you aren't stealing from Zhoutong, just receiving obscene profit by enabling Zhoutong to steal from his customers.
At the moment I am short more than 120,000 thousand dollars and If the BTC dropped tomorrow to 1 Dollar, then I would have to swallow a 100K Loss. What obscene profit are you talking about?
At the moment I am short more than 120,000 thousand dollars and If the BTC dropped tomorrow to 1 Dollar, then I would have to swallow a 100K Loss. What obscene profit are you talking about?
So - and this is purely hypothetical, based on information from my imagination - you paid 120k for 32k stolen coins. 120/32=$3.75/coin

Assume you can find enough assholes on the forum willing to buy stolen coins at FMV (based off Gox's current ask) of $4.73/coin. 4.73*32=151.36k

$151.36k - $120k = $31.36k profit

On top of that, there is 7% withdrawal fee, which would be on the $151.36k assuming customers won't be spending it all on chess. 151.36*.07=$10.5952k



Total profit = $31.36k + $10.5852k, or $41,955.20 from fencing coins. That's an extremely optimistic number. The idea of getting Gox-price on coins @ CEX is ludicrous, though, so potentially a loss.

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March 03, 2012, 03:28:41 PM
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How people like coinexchanger arn't scammer tagged/banned is beyond me, yet terrytibbs got a tag, and only recently had it taken off.
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March 03, 2012, 03:35:19 PM
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I'll give half a bitcoin to the guy who posts a scumbag report about this dude at the Bitcoin Shitlist website...

Don't leave any detail out Wink And obviously the report will need to be more than a link to a thread here, I really mean all details Cheesy

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March 03, 2012, 04:01:55 PM
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Link to any sort of evidence...  Plz      trolls trolling trolls...

Are you suggesting that Coin Exchanger flaunting the fact that he has received these coins, and he is absolutely comfortable with keeping them/using them/profiting from them is not enough evidence for you? The fact that the entire business identity that he has created for his "exchange" is based on falsehoods and lies, is not enough for you?

Chaang Noi, I ask you to publicly state for the record if you support the actions of Coin Exchanger in this issue?

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March 03, 2012, 04:07:28 PM
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Link to any sort of evidence...  Plz      trolls trolling trolls...

Are you suggesting that Coin Exchanger flaunting the fact that he has received these coins, and he is absolutely comfortable with keeping them/using them/profiting from them is not enough evidence for you? The fact that the entire business identity that he has created for his "exchange" is based on falsehoods and lies, is not enough for you?

Chaang Noi, I ask you to publicly state for the record if you support the actions of Coin Exchanger in this issue?

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March 03, 2012, 09:27:52 PM
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Chaang Noi- his own words throughout this thread and others. I presume you are experienced enough to know how to read the whole thread before throwing out troll remarks- this clown is making himself out to be very comfortable steal literally hundreds of thousands of dollars of other people's money.

Do you even want to have a moment of reflection before you come out in support of that? It reflects incredibly poorly on your judgement and your sense of ethics to even think for a moment that being on the side of Coin Exchanger in this is the right way to go.

Again- I ask you... do you accept Coin Exchanger's actions, and do you choose to side with theft being acceptable to you?

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March 03, 2012, 09:53:18 PM
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His words aren't evidence.  They are a troll's lies. 

There's zero reason to believe CoinExchange has received stolen coins - their asking price is way higher than MtGox!

On the other hand, there is evidence that some of the stolen coins were sold on CryptoXchange below the MtGox price.  see thread.

Until there is some evidence to the contrary, CoinExchange is nothing but a distraction.

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March 03, 2012, 10:08:18 PM
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lol obviously he's not been sent any of the Linode recently stolen funds*, no one smart enough to pull that one off is going to be dumb enough to trust any, let alone large chunks, to a blubber mouth with rates that are daylight robbery in any case, how can anyone even consider it plausible, as Goat says he's just trolling off the back of the affair (& any of you who believe it could be so) for his own lulz/lame site spamming - it's just his little wet dream that it were so


*Edit: or being such a braggart he'd quickly post evidence of their blockchain movement to an account he can demonstrate he can send from a stated amount as proof that it's his

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