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July 15, 2014, 10:12:50 PM
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That is a shame. In a way you should consider yourself lucky. That is a pretty low price for the lesson compared to what others have lost in that type of scam. Never send first and never accept payment in a way that can be reversed.


The thing is, I have been scammed plenty of times before. This isnt the first time, just the first time in a while.

You have to take steps to protect yourself. There are people on this forum that will even do escrow for free. I am very sorry you were scammed.  

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July 15, 2014, 10:15:48 PM
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Sorry to hear that you got scammed...just remember that unless you are dealing with a registered legal entity there is literally nothing to stop these people scamming you. There are plenty of escrow services on here, I would advise you use them whenever you do a deal. It's better to spend some extra time in escrow than to risk losing your funds.

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July 15, 2014, 10:16:20 PM
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Found the following cached by google on Jul 14, 2014 21:34:59 GMT.  Apparently the user that scammed you was "nubwo".  This user has 0 feedback and 0 trust.  Exactly why did you think you could trust him?




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July 15, 2014, 10:21:27 PM
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Just pray that God will judge him accordingly.  That is what I do.

My husband and I had our car stolen.  We were young and had very little money and did not even have enough to get another one at that time.  It was hard.  I felt so violated and I was so ticked off.  I then just prayed that God would deal with the person and then I had peace about it.  That same night I saw on TV two guys that had been stealing the same kind of cars in the LA area ended up crashing into a tree and they died instantly.  Now granted, I am not sure these were the same guys at all, but what I do know from past experience is that God is better at handling these sort of things.  Some people call it Karma.  I just say that God says, "vengeance is mine" and handing things over to Him is an act of trusting Him.  Of course, it would be better if people like this would repent and then give you your money back!  That would be better for everyone involved, or if they never stole anything to begin with.  But unfortunately that is not the world we live in. Sad


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July 15, 2014, 10:25:30 PM
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@ dannyhammilton

please check THIS : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=688547.msg7856074#new


i got robed myself and some backdoor installed and someone used my account to post this 'wallet' adresse ..

and used it today

my wallet "was" before he took it over : 1M9UvCqTRyuy9Bg2q5MF3bN72ERdmH4M8N
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July 15, 2014, 10:50:12 PM
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$100 for 10 hours? Give me what you're smoking. Seriously though, In my country people work for $3000 a YEAR and some for $15 a day, you get much more than this. Still, sorry you got scammed.

Are you fcking stupid? comparing wages among countries which have different living expense.... Roll Eyes

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July 15, 2014, 10:52:25 PM
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Never EVER trust anyone. It could have been a larger amount, I would chalk it up to a lesson learned. Sorry to hear you got scammed man.
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July 15, 2014, 10:56:46 PM
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What 'backdoor in bitcointalk accounts' is this guy talking about? Seems pretty nonsensical to me... Or did I get something wrong?

I should have gotten into Bitcoin back in 1992...
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July 15, 2014, 10:57:53 PM
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I admiit it was my fault to not change my username passoword..

But what can i do now  Undecided
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July 15, 2014, 10:59:33 PM
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I admiit it was my fault to not change my username passoword..

But what can i do now  Undecided

You can return the OP's money bitch.

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July 15, 2014, 11:02:14 PM
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I admiit it was my fault to not change my username passoword..

But what can i do now  Undecided

You can return the OP's money bitch.



There we go, I like that idea.
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July 15, 2014, 11:04:35 PM
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What 'backdoor in bitcointalk accounts' is this guy talking about? Seems pretty nonsensical to me... Or did I get something wrong?

Please read his feedback https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=354602


He did convince me to install his 'new beta wallet' asap i did this i got stolen my bitcoins ..

It was a BACKDOOR nothing about the forum software

and i just forgot to change my password here :/

he even tried to steal my SKRILL funds but skrill stoped it quick enough i can post the mail from skrill here i have no problem in doing it
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July 15, 2014, 11:08:05 PM
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You should NEVER download things from untrusted sources/users.

Personally, I would deal with only TRUSTED members.
Even so, I wouldn't download something a random person would send me.

You should also only trust wallets such as Blockchain, Coinbase, or a wallet stored in your hard drive.

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July 15, 2014, 11:15:58 PM
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What 'backdoor in bitcointalk accounts' is this guy talking about? Seems pretty nonsensical to me... Or did I get something wrong?

Please read his feedback https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=354602


He did convince me to install his 'new beta wallet' asap i did this i got stolen my bitcoins ..

It was a BACKDOOR nothing about the forum software

and i just forgot to change my password here :/

he even tried to steal my SKRILL funds but skrill stoped it quick enough i can post the mail from skrill here i have no problem in doing it

Can you download my new software too its called botnet.exe 

Thanks
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July 16, 2014, 01:36:10 AM
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Just pray that God will judge him accordingly.  That is what I do.

My husband and I had our car stolen.  We were young and had very little money and did not even have enough to get another one at that time.  It was hard.  I felt so violated and I was so ticked off.  I then just prayed that God would deal with the person and then I had peace about it.  That same night I saw on TV two guys that had been stealing the same kind of cars in the LA area ended up crashing into a tree and they died instantly.  Now granted, I am not sure these were the same guys at all, but what I do know from past experience is that God is better at handling these sort of things.  Some people call it Karma.  I just say that God says, "vengeance is mine" and handing things over to Him is an act of trusting Him.  Of course, it would be better if people like this would repent and then give you your money back!  That would be better for everyone involved, or if they never stole anything to begin with.  But unfortunately that is not the world we live in. Sad



You got it , BitChick.  NO ONE escapes Karma.

...And the best revenge is good living.

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July 16, 2014, 01:38:49 AM
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Just pray that God will judge him accordingly.  That is what I do.

My husband and I had our car stolen.  We were young and had very little money and did not even have enough to get another one at that time.  It was hard.  I felt so violated and I was so ticked off.  I then just prayed that God would deal with the person and then I had peace about it.  That same night I saw on TV two guys that had been stealing the same kind of cars in the LA area ended up crashing into a tree and they died instantly.  Now granted, I am not sure these were the same guys at all, but what I do know from past experience is that God is better at handling these sort of things.  Some people call it Karma.  I just say that God says, "vengeance is mine" and handing things over to Him is an act of trusting Him.  Of course, it would be better if people like this would repent and then give you your money back!  That would be better for everyone involved, or if they never stole anything to begin with.  But unfortunately that is not the world we live in. Sad



You got it , BitChick.  NO ONE escapes Karma.

...And the best revenge is good living.
Funny thing there, I lost 10 units of fiat, but just a week before I did, I found 2 units of fiat on the ground, which I took.

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July 16, 2014, 05:01:55 AM
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Well a cheap lesson and only lost 10 hours work. How do you make that in 10 hours anyway?
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July 16, 2014, 08:39:30 AM
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July 16, 2014, 09:02:12 AM
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What 'backdoor in bitcointalk accounts' is this guy talking about? Seems pretty nonsensical to me... Or did I get something wrong?

Please read his feedback https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=354602


He did convince me to install his 'new beta wallet' asap i did this i got stolen my bitcoins ..

It was a BACKDOOR nothing about the forum software

and i just forgot to change my password here :/

he even tried to steal my SKRILL funds but skrill stoped it quick enough i can post the mail from skrill here i have no problem in doing it

Oh wow, so this is basically social engineering. I'm amazed how many people just install everything people ask them to onto their machines - Don't get me wrong, I'm terribly sorry for that guy, but it really really amazes me. People, be careful, this is like letting people into your house without supervision for an undefined amount of time.

I should have gotten into Bitcoin back in 1992...
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July 16, 2014, 09:13:27 AM
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lol

where did you meet the scammer ? you have absolutely nothing to even vaguely identify him or her ?
didnt speak on the phone or anything ?

What 'backdoor in bitcointalk accounts' is this guy talking about? Seems pretty nonsensical to me... Or did I get something wrong?

Please read his feedback https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=354602


He did convince me to install his 'new beta wallet' asap i did this i got stolen my bitcoins ..

It was a BACKDOOR nothing about the forum software

and i just forgot to change my password here :/

he even tried to steal my SKRILL funds but skrill stoped it quick enough i can post the mail from skrill here i have no problem in doing it

Can you download my new software too its called botnet.exe 

Thanks
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