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Author Topic: [SCAM ALERT]: MICHAEL MORIARTY/moriartybitcoin/BitLaunder.com Stole $80K From Me  (Read 21207 times)
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July 28, 2014, 03:27:56 AM
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I just invested $400,000 into Bitcoin

proof: 1DDWEQM11uMUKiqpGEWvBT2at3CjCw3Vra


20% of that belongs to me, Michael.  Please return it.

The one or two public complaints about my sites were already long-since resolved by me PUBLICLY in this forum.  If anyone has a complaint - EVER - I am happy to ADDRESS it publicly right here.   We have 10,000+ clients. So go ahead, fire away.  I'm not hiding - I'm right here to address anything and everything.  What's your beef?  

MY BEEF:

Michael Moriarty / moriartybitcoin owes me 127 BTC worth around $80,000 which I entrusted to him at his BitLaunder.com site.  He has deliberately refused to return these funds to me since June 25.  

BACKGROUND :

In mid June I concocted a scheme to use sock puppet accounts in obtaining more than the maximum allowed individual allocation of the new FIMK cryptocurrency which launched several weeks ago.  Part of my plan was to use BitLaunder.com to disguise the common pool origin of Bitcoins donated by these sock puppet accounts.  The actions of  Michael Moriarty / moriartybitcoin at BitLaunder.com described below disrupted my plan.  With time running out, I then implemented a second clumsy plan which was easily discovered.  I have apologized to the FIMK developers for my attempt to thwart the terms of their launch.  I have been forgiven by them and granted a stake considerably smaller than what I would have received if I had just followed the rules.   Karma is real.  

FACTS (With key points in red) :

PART I : ACCOUNTING FORENSICS OF A SCAM

FACT 1.     Michael Moriarty (“MM”) is the system administrator (sysadmin) at the website Bitlaunder.com, as documented by a Cryptocoin News interview with MM written by Juran Camponella ("JC") and published on May 17, 2014.  This article was later taken offline but will be reproduced in a  compilation of all documentation referenced in this thread to be provided at a link below.

FACT 2.    The Bitlaunder.com site is advertised by MM as being “unlimited volume” at MM’s other “Bitcoin Network” site of Coinchimp.com:

https://coinchimp.com/

FACT 3.     Based on representations made by MM in the Cryptocoin News interview and other “Bitcoin Network” sites, rickyjames (“RJ”) established a user account under that name at Bitlaunder.com on June 24,  as verified by email from BitLaunder.com.

FACT 4.     RJ deposited into BitLaunder.com a total of 132.34862 Bitcoins (“BTC”) worth approximately $80,000 via four transfers from the three RJ-controlled BTC wallets:

(“RiQ”) : 1NcRZFL6NRz4XS8o1JEJnFVvGQn8WD8RiQ
(“A9V”): 13widGzKBG8gfvrQDLuKcG4fv8upftuA9V  
(“CrMY”):  1FMzWFzkVTnrojMYXpohewdjCfsx84CrMY

to the single BitLaunder.com specified / MM-controlled BTC wallet:

(“Exu”): 18wEyndMhed2Q9UZeLZVLfUVEoKP5fHExu

In the amounts of

  75.70000000 BTC at 2014-06-24 21:26:29 via "CrMY"
+04.16377350 BTC at 2014-06-25 01:30:56 via "A9V"
+51.98484847 BTC at 2014-06-25 03:20:33 via "RiQ"
+00.50000000 BTC at 2014-06-26 22:06:57 via "CrMY"
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132.34862197 BTC total was deposited by RJ with Bitlaunder.com / MM

as documented by the public record blockchain.info links below:

RJ controlled wallets:

https://blockchain.info/address/1NcRZFL6NRz4XS8o1JEJnFVvGQn8WD8RiQ
https://blockchain.info/address/13widGzKBG8gfvrQDLuKcG4fv8upftuA9V
https://blockchain.info/address/1FMzWFzkVTnrojMYXpohewdjCfsx84CrMY

MM controlled wallet:

https://blockchain.info/address/18wEyndMhed2Q9UZeLZVLfUVEoKP5fHExu

FACT 5.   By accepting  RJ’s 132.34862197 BTC at “Exu”, MM effectively entered into a contract with RJ to MANUALLY  process / “mix” within 24 hours the user RJ’s Bitcoins within terms specified at Bitlaunder.com.  

MM / BitLaunder.com charged a routine 3% fee of 132.34862197 * 0.03 = 3.970458659 BTC to provide coin mixing services.  

RJ does not dispute MM’s claim to this fee of 3.970458659 BTC worth around $2500, despite service by MM that is deemed totally unacceptable by RJ since June 25.
  
FACT 6.   RJ retained ownership of 132.348621970 – 3.970458659
 = 128.378163311 BTC in his BitLaunder account
, to be mixed or refunded by MM as later specified by RJ.

FACT 7.   Via two distinct sessions on June 24 and June 25 using automated Bitlaunder order screens, RJ provided the 24 wallet account numbers specified below to accept mixed Bitcoins in the corresponding amounts specified below. Bitlaunder.com numbered these mixing orders as ID 517-530 and ID 533-542.  

1.37979105 BTC to wallet 1DX6ZhrZk1bJ4GSkk7rvZerrH3eDz1K8mt
7.30236952 BTC to wallet 1JrHwxVDfaXFUdBH6DF1zpSLjF1howXuqt
4.86698276 BTC to wallet 123AhiZo48NwwsX8JZR2W8jZzrA1XxogMD
5.32792288 BTC to wallet 14YaqRbfSwVygg3eXJtV8YYgEkpRL2sa57
6.72133758 BTC to wallet 1E7QGue763857vtRxdCYjFfa1bs8TwEP6d
2.84355209 BTC to wallet 1Ko2mNmD7XLARBNUc9xffzBmAfzci9AWWi
6.14276750 BTC to wallet 19efBBrBJocPMouhPukLiuSap3wUX7oSm9
2.49189314 BTC to wallet 18dMbU9aeHUQRNfNdtARxpB23Wei3oAdL8
4.81381415 BTC to wallet 1EpG5N166J4ve7J333X2kcSVNbmqCSivNv
6.87495648 BTC to wallet 1MedFW7QtJbRPNJ2nZZXrcsBxYpoNSX7vL
3.81486935 BTC to wallet 1FoKT3cwkixdC6S5TJsndUdt27QDUUneGY
6.84331799 BTC to wallet 1Napy8GvJxnXKjaPNN3rPPrSkMKUkUPMGo
4.55184916 BTC to wallet 13pU4TynGau541D1T57qQqssgg1DFjK2mp
6.29353460 BTC to wallet 16BYRCtUJcYrnXV7vgeSMYMyHCCc79PjVf
8.03513177 BTC to wallet 1CtLzhUnamC81N56z2btYjAMh8dycACnbN
7.30755611 BTC to wallet 1PLmokmyjy83Jnwf3rMVVo4ALo2kJN8aTH
7.72297413 BTC to wallet 1BBx8c9zD8DJ2mzoFnmtgasYWHaS2DhYf2
3.45373641 BTC to wallet 14f98YV5ebA6M89nZGpKzDJuuwn3H762Lv
2.38638915 BTC to wallet 1CjjsNNumUrjPbSPaiieHdxx1Ha8cBUMrh
4.35366167 BTC to wallet 16McwMZ9cgNuytQN9MBLqc7k8iZ6dwhKxR
7.84841647 BTC to wallet 1MJ6XLFXRmkVjGxa6omHNEbbezGJ6mPMEH
4.91545560 BTC to wallet 16JCjc9oQ9anf9fW4RuNcySatigVtze66J
6.96136505 BTC to wallet 1KNZajmAFcWPJsvErw6rNXEUm9Cgu4YmmR
4.03066137 BTC to wallet 1JhMMSmkHiBKGN61kv93W9f1cxZybgM2Gi
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127.28430598 BTC was specified for mixing by RJ, leaving an intended Bitlaunder.com account balance of 1.093857331 BTC

Finally, RJ made two withdrawals of all remaining account Bitcoins on June 26, to zero his account at BitLaunder.com.

0.024372600 BTC for refund to wallet 1FMzWFzkVTnrojMYXpohewdjCfsx84CrMY
1.069484731 BTC for refund to wallet 1FMzWFzkVTnrojMYXpohewdjCfsx84CrMY
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1.093857331 BTC was specified for refund by RJ, leaving an intended Bitlaunder.com account balance of  zero BTC


FACT 8.   RJ authorized all mixing and refund orders specified above by clicking on the following two factor authorization ("2fa") links sent to his registration email address by Bitlaunder.com as follows:

http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/cw2pkfgvkjqekqdyezkuipucvhfax7pz4qpnffszxjehzhgegzhxpcaktotqvsqyjomytf
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/sr1jfcdhbt9sktzu2rw8f7dbzgixamr2esljuy1es9xd2774ydbdjnoj46gds8fwz1puzp
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/dqaa4kl2zgpuvaqjej2i885xvg9sfroriosmhdnhtckxmbhztihbqmyvbgnqxbifya1gmn
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/2e8kakvaayj7ylr493qjdekouxpynanpovjofexomqukcmolpfubtoqwlouiyi8mnqa25h
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/jqejtr82ge3b6jcwu5snrj9zzxem3ulmkp6mqeo6srgxaru5wmsn51ndy2z2vlnoatbz7p
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/f68rykmtqcgndmahqxq3oqqkjv3eaitpoagmltpk658irhqhfpkdfjxyfzcpifewglsanh
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/ligkpstvqrwkg3tvhe7hiesqeuejiqv3yknxdgt38qnnsqi94oqltsc7mpquflxe6ucib5
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/bc8coyvqbd4z1oc5rhecfikviiz6mwqwyy9mwed8qh8q5kvv1aygriba1bfn76jf4s2a6f
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/fbp4udovdqemeees4ycltzhbcnywcxwrzmvuyjplidxmqbotaqe4zmecachladmizhd7ac
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/wfyucttjonklpp2hd5ryjoae7oksclp91x3cqvvfifq85soiwggo5h3bem3h8sp9qrkgwp
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/w9rqp4ehbdrhsxlofbtg5wh42dgaebmkkda9hoqj2h1tfliuwba1hr4iejrsldc5hmexa4
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/fci3cljkabmf1uypaggm7oq7yglutokhz2kkntvweqbekautqagxyw46do1fdkmmm6x9z2
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/afl5qovonfon4toguisjaa4nhjrtp1czfw46lzuhfi4icsygkqqurti9di23je2xa64ufx
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/hpxij6ogyqwqko56hxwo3h49tdbs4wnlvkceqztopqfafjfvqkks2n2urcnv9bp4usiurc
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/3iha7abvnh2icfbyrfntfnbbxnb7zpt37bcekni84kqgy1epf2jlotvmg7sgvmj3xlhh8y
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/ve7j9dxtxgyf1ripjxjkbsq6yayfqnsl2y5bb249h3oht77l4q6erwkp7sewg6ihemroov
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/nkmzyc1s25pz8iynyhfpa26eeqygaehwpuwnfxggbefiwe6ulltvny91pghzlpwkst8yzo
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/bkostu8kz4txttnck6bpkvos7o1pr61cpo4sjccrfep88cjrhug2zvu7svwk2wvqlyidbu
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/wt81pye8sdbbeelpvqq7vozycyb7bk7gdfh3mlbfylqdzb2u1r1wg14syeyipepcs6efro
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/j3ifcczyigpceqamcekxw1u3slfsbshuvpzhazfsgv4uldgwrz4nzxpsreu37bxb1xja7y
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/ivd2mdy6lcrq9avoewyq3lkkcle1fvex1qyntwso8tehtafg7d79yqtac7bicffc6dyyaq
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/bu3rufluowfvungesg5ej2uuokx9epkpkmpesb9p8nl2arg28lgqmkujurrihb8soxgq8o
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/x3vhvel9p3sp7mfd4r6qcxlhkl5utylqbhy6usesv7i3twgwnmmykhgdslxmtrdu8kacdn
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/vc41zjpo6m8unmqboqj6dkoo3uhfsqxw21x2jnppaxjwsaxgzhld2z244ijv8gsahqb1da
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/x4y1vhle5nag68qdpvcvbcitemvbmncjqbjlrdqv1zb68ajwwv18xi2l5xvrk8jbi3nigm
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/bofvxdonfxgmxxfpy9ktopr2pe9c4xofmtkj68glemgcsv2r4lkrbltzy3c3zqhus1ey9t
http://BitLaunder.com/2fa/xalogynxfl4tqu6hkcdivvqzwqkqvovtyqieoek4zowpic73njkifbrlbbbxqgqowhblmm

24 mixing and 2 withdrawal requests were made by RJ.  One wallet was specified for two separate mixes due to an error in entering its correct amount on the first try.  Thus there are 27 "2fa" links for 26 requests.  

FACT 9.     Of the 24 mixing requests RJ specified, MM only filled 1 of them:

ID 525 for 1.379791050 BTC at 2014-06-25 03:32:40 to wallet 1DX6ZhrZk1bJ4GSkk7rvZerrH3eDz1K8mt
, as verified by the link below:

https://blockchain.info/address/1DX6ZhrZk1bJ4GSkk7rvZerrH3eDz1K8mt

Note that this single mixing request fulfilled is the smallest one specified in the list of 24 given above.

FACT 10.     Of the 2 refund requests RJ specified, MM only filled 1 of them:

0.024372600 BTC at 2014-06-25 03:32:40 to wallet 1FMzWFzkVTnrojMYXpohewdjCfsx84CrMY
, as verified by the link below:

https://blockchain.info/address/1FMzWFzkVTnrojMYXpohewdjCfsx84CrMY

Note that this single refund request fulfilled is the smallest one specified in the list of 2 given above.

FACT 11.     The claim that the 2nd of RJ's refund requests has NOT been filled by MM can be verified by examining the "CrMY" link above, which does NOT show a 1.069484731 BTC deposit of unmixed coins by MM in the time period of June 24 to the present.

The claim that 23 of RJ's mixing requests have NOT been filled by MM can be verified by examining each of the wallet address links below, which do NOT show any requested deposit of mixed coins by MM in the time period of June 24 to the present:

https://blockchain.info/address/1JrHwxVDfaXFUdBH6DF1zpSLjF1howXuqt
https://blockchain.info/address/123AhiZo48NwwsX8JZR2W8jZzrA1XxogMD
https://blockchain.info/address/14YaqRbfSwVygg3eXJtV8YYgEkpRL2sa57
https://blockchain.info/address/1E7QGue763857vtRxdCYjFfa1bs8TwEP6d
https://blockchain.info/address/1Ko2mNmD7XLARBNUc9xffzBmAfzci9AWWi
https://blockchain.info/address/19efBBrBJocPMouhPukLiuSap3wUX7oSm9
https://blockchain.info/address/18dMbU9aeHUQRNfNdtARxpB23Wei3oAdL8
https://blockchain.info/address/1EpG5N166J4ve7J333X2kcSVNbmqCSivNv
https://blockchain.info/address/1MedFW7QtJbRPNJ2nZZXrcsBxYpoNSX7vL
https://blockchain.info/address/1FoKT3cwkixdC6S5TJsndUdt27QDUUneGY
https://blockchain.info/address/1Napy8GvJxnXKjaPNN3rPPrSkMKUkUPMGo
https://blockchain.info/address/13pU4TynGau541D1T57qQqssgg1DFjK2mp
https://blockchain.info/address/16BYRCtUJcYrnXV7vgeSMYMyHCCc79PjVf
https://blockchain.info/address/1CtLzhUnamC81N56z2btYjAMh8dycACnbN
https://blockchain.info/address/1PLmokmyjy83Jnwf3rMVVo4ALo2kJN8aTH
https://blockchain.info/address/1BBx8c9zD8DJ2mzoFnmtgasYWHaS2DhYf2
https://blockchain.info/address/14f98YV5ebA6M89nZGpKzDJuuwn3H762Lv
https://blockchain.info/address/1CjjsNNumUrjPbSPaiieHdxx1Ha8cBUMrh
https://blockchain.info/address/16McwMZ9cgNuytQN9MBLqc7k8iZ6dwhKxR
https://blockchain.info/address/1MJ6XLFXRmkVjGxa6omHNEbbezGJ6mPMEH
https://blockchain.info/address/16JCjc9oQ9anf9fW4RuNcySatigVtze66J
https://blockchain.info/address/1KNZajmAFcWPJsvErw6rNXEUm9Cgu4YmmR
https://blockchain.info/address/1JhMMSmkHiBKGN61kv93W9f1cxZybgM2Gi

With the processing of just the single mixing request and just the single refund request outlined above,

RJ hereby claims that MM owes RJ 126.963999661 BTC and has not yet transferred it to the agreed-upon RJ-controlled "RiQ" wallet.

PART II : SOCIAL FORENSICS OF A SCAM

FACT 12.     Upon realizing that MM / BitLaunder.com was withholding BTC beyond the promised 24 hour turnaround window, RJ initiated a series of service requests via the BitLaunder.com automated support page:  

M16NFADY on Wed, 25 Jun 2014 11:51:33 - Requesting estimated completion time once 24 hr timeline exceeded
MJZVWGZB on Wed, 25 Jun 2014 22:38:33 - Requesting coins go thru instant automated process, not manual one
M81BLXEX on Thu, 26 Jun 2014 17:01:35 - Requesting abort of mixing and account total lump sum refund
MSR515HJ on Fri, 27 Jun 2014 02:22:04 - Repeating refund request of account total lump sum to RJ controlled wallet "RiQ"

No response other than an automated "acknowledgement" was received to any of the four service requests above initiated by RJ.

FACT 13.     During a RJ login to BitLaunder.com on Fri, 27 June 2014, the website responded with words to the effect of "inactive user account - click on email link to reinstate and email support@bitlainder.com to request link resend if required".  No link was found in email folder.  

RJ sent an email directly to support@bitlainder.com on Fri, 27 Jun 2014 11:16:04 requesting account reinstatement link resend.  No link was sent from BitLaunder.com and RJ has been locked out of his BitLaunder account since June 27.

FACT 14.     RJ wrote 4 emails directly to MM at moriarty.bitcoin@gmail.com, and copied all to Jeran Camponella ("JC") of Cryptocoin News , author of the interview where RJ first heard of MM's BitLaunder mixing service.  There was no response by MM to any of the four RJ emails below.

Email 1 - Sat, 28 Jun 2014 07:34:24 - Summarized facts above and requested lump sum refund of 125 BTC "round amount".
Email 2 - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 08:10:39 - Repeated refund request for 125 BTC "round amount"; stated intention of RJ meeting MM face to face at San Francisco Bitcoin meetup to resolve
Email 3 -  Mon, 30 Jun 2014 19:42:13 - Repeated refund request for 125 BTC "round amount"; stated intention of RJ providing PDF "facts document" to all Bitcoin meetup members, FBI (since BitLaunder.com server is located in San Francisco, USA) and RCMP (since MM is presumably located in Vancouver, Canada)
Email 4 - Tue, 1 Jul 2014 04:13:17  - Repeated refund request for 125 BTC "round amount"; stated intention of RJ involving FBI to implement seizure of all MM servers and issue site takedown notices

FACT 15.     Jeran Camponella (JC) of Cryptocoin News established an ongoing correspondence with MM beginning July 1 regarding the emails described above.  

FACT 16.     MM wrote to JC on Sun, Jul 6, 2014, and effectively offered a bribe to JC to stop asking embarrassing questions about how MM ignores facts presented by RJ:

"What I would like you to do is simply ignore this extortionist scammer and if he wants to send his 'pdf' to the Feds, I can guarantee he's the one who will be arrested, for the reasons I stated above (those coins are almost certainly hacked/stolen from some other site).  In return for having my back and publishing an occasional article about one of my sites, I'll be sending you a reliable 3BTC per month.  That's 36 btc per year."  

FACT 17.     JC wrote to MM on Sun, Jul 6, 2014, and declined offer to go on MM payroll in exchange for stories.  JC continued to focus on MM inconsistencies of logic and action in further emails.    

MM eventually responded to JC:  

"I checked into 'rickyjames' on both bitcointalk and NXTforum and, you're right, he [RJ] is legit and his coins are legit, so he will be getting them back shortly."

FACT 18.    RJ wrote to MM on Sun, 6 Jul 2014 18:16:18, for the first time since Email 4 above:

"Hello Michael -

Thank you for your ongoing dialogue with Jeran Campanella.  He [JC] has told me [RJ] that you [MM] want a bitcoin address to send me 125 BTC and achieve closure on our Bitlaunder situation.  

Please use the address I [RJ] used to deposit most / all of my coins at Bitlaunder:

1NcRZFL6NRz4XS8o1JEJnFVvGQn8WD8RiQ

I [RJ] agree that 125 BTC ["rounded amount"] sent to this address will resolve all my [RJ's] outstanding concerns and that I [RJ] will take no actions in the future against you [MM] or your reputation."

FACT 19.     MM wrote to RJ at Sun, 6 Jul 2014 18:38:41, in his first direct communication with RJ and as a response to the email above:

"Hi,

Understood. Will be sent shortly. MM"

FACT 20.   MM wrote to RJ at Sun, 6 Jul 2014 18:40:33:

I am sending 0.01 to that address just to ensure you copy-pasted the correct address.  Please confirm receipt of this small amount.

It would be a real tragedy to send 125btc to the wrong person! MM"

FACT 21.     MM DID transfer an initial 0.01 BTC  to RJ-controlled wallet "RiQ" as its most recent transaction, as can be verified at the link below:

https://blockchain.info/address/1NcRZFL6NRz4XS8o1JEJnFVvGQn8WD8RiQ

FACT 22.     RJ wrote to MM at 6 Jul 2014 19:13:26:

I appreciate your caution.  Test amount received, see attached."

FACT 23.  MM wrote to RJ on Sun, 6 Jul 2014 19:16:06:

"Ok, one sec.  Will take maybe thirty minutes in total as these funds are stored in offline wallets.  Sending now".

FACT 24.   MM DID NOT transfer a subsequent 126.963999661
 BTC to RJ-controlled wallet "RiQ"
, as can be verified at the link below:

https://blockchain.info/address/1NcRZFL6NRz4XS8o1JEJnFVvGQn8WD8RiQ
 
FACT 25.  MM wrote to RJ on Sun, 6 Jul 2014 19:22:34:

"Hi, I'm just wondering, did you contact anyone other than Jeran? Because I seem to be off the advisory boards of several companies all of a sudden .."

FACT 26.     RJ wrote to MM at Sun, 6 Jul 2014 19:49:32

"Jeran is the only person I have contacted about this situation.  I will contact or discuss this with nobody else in the future."  

FACT 27.     MM has not communicated with either RJ or JC since his final email above about being "off the advisory boards", despite numerous attempts in the past two weeks by RJ and JC to reestablish email contact.  Research shows that MM has been removed from the "New Money Systems" and "Futurists" advisory boards of The Lifeboat Foundation, as shown by a MM biography page which has been removed from that site but is still available via Google cache at:

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:xrDOWNbqHUUJ:lifeboat.com/ex/bios.michael.moriarty%3Fbackground%3Dwhite+&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

FACT 28.     RJ has not besmirched MM at The Lifeboat Foundation in any way.  Further, RJ has not at this time besmirched MM to any Bitcoin meetup or law enforcement personnel as previously contemplated, deciding instead to air grievances with MM solely here in this Bitcointalk thread.

FACT 29.     MM acknowledges owing RJ 126.963999661 BTC and has not yet transferred it to the agreed-upon RJ-controlled "RiQ" wallet.  MM has not communicated with RJ or JC during the past two weeks to discuss this situation or its resolution.

All articles and emails discussed above will be compiled into a single document available at the following link:  TBD.

CONCLUSION :


**************************************************************

MICHAEL MORIARTY  / moriartybitcoin / IS A THIEF

BITLAUNDER.COM / OTHER "BITCOIN NETWORK" SITES ARE A SCAM

 **************************************************************


Michael -  All I want is my 126.963999661 BTC back.  Please return it.  Keeping it is not worth the damage this thread will do to your reputation and your Bitcoin Network.  

I will erase this and all other original posts as I have promised to do upon return of the BTC you owe me.

Do the right thing.  Make the right decision.  Return my 126.963999661 BTC.

Thanks.

-RJ



 
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Reserved for additional information about Michael Moriarty if he does not return the 127 BTC he owes me.

I just invested $400,000 into Bitcoin

proof: 1DDWEQM11uMUKiqpGEWvBT2at3CjCw3Vra


Michael, you do not want what I intend to post here to be seen by the general public.  Especially by a certain U.S. District Court.  $400,000 isn't the $1.6 million you have been fined, but it's a pretty good start.

S.Y.R.T.

Please return my BTC so I can delete all of my posts as I have promised to you.
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July 28, 2014, 03:29:47 AM
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...I'll get them back just to prove a point, as I have a great lawyer on the team....

Michael, please have your lawyer get back to me as soon as possible.  I have some paperwork for him to process on your behalf.
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July 28, 2014, 05:07:25 AM
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Christ man... how can you send $80,000 to someone without doing some serious research?  That is crippling.
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July 28, 2014, 06:20:01 AM
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Christ man... how can you send $80,000 to someone without doing some serious research?  That is crippling.

Yep, I was stupid.  The deleted Cryptocoin News interview was very convincing.
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July 28, 2014, 06:58:53 AM
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Quote from: moriartybitcoin on Today at 08:52:42 AM
I just invested $400,000 into Bitcoin

proof: 1DDWEQM11uMUKiqpGEWvBT2at3CjCw3Vra


This must be some sort of joke....

Moriarty did not invest $400,000 in bitcoin.  That is the payout address of bitlaunder.  Meaning every dollar sent there was for the purposes of laundering meaning he is to clean them and sent them back.  When you steal money from people, and then sent it to your own accounts, that is not called "investing" it is called "Grand Larceny" or "Felony Theft"



Michael never sent those coins back to his customer. That is FACT. He should be outed by the crypto community.  The exact kind of scum bag that does not belong here.

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July 31, 2014, 07:42:37 PM
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PLEASE check all bitcoin sites before you use them

check http://antilyze.com or http://badbitcoin.org

The owner is a no good thief
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August 01, 2014, 09:58:19 AM
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What a stupid situation, its not worth it for him to keep them - karma is very real. I saw that many times, can take a month or 1 year or ... somehow It always get you in the end and always totally unexpected, from an unknown source.
A bit like the opposite of hard work where you one day receive good things after many month/years working.
Shit also happen to innocent people but that’s another story, so it seems.
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August 01, 2014, 08:22:31 PM
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I'm not going to waste my time on this absurd thread other than to direct people to the extortion/blackmail attempt of Jeran Campanella which I detail here:

https://JeranCampanella.com

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August 01, 2014, 08:31:23 PM
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Here is evidence of even more EXTORTION/BLACKMAIL against me.  These are PMs I received over the past few days.  I think these threats speak for themselves:

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Here is what is going to happen i need 0.8 btc to this address: 1PhPXg5yUmiFBkxCEgW33z4aFZpeAbcSNx or i will take all your scam sites down. I have access to forums with high number of bitcoin users who will never use your services if i write about your scams and post on those forums. So you decide, you have 9 hours
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Hi I have many accounts her eon the forum. 2 with senior status and 1 with Hero Status included. I can clear your name on this forum and make sure that idiot campycoin and the other turd RJ won't be posting shit about you anymore.
Are you willing to pay me for my services. Also my girlfriend is very good friends with the girlfriend of Thymos. So if we play right I can make sure Campycoin and RJ get a lifetime ban on this forum.
Please pm me if you are interested on working with me.

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August 01, 2014, 08:32:54 PM
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The people sending me those PMs are 1. Jeran Campanella and 2. the guy who left me negative feedback (note: he never did any business with me at all)

He just decided to leave negative feedback so he could try to extort me for 0.8btc to remove it. 

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August 01, 2014, 08:34:26 PM
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Also, use your head.

DO YOU REALLY THINK SOMEONE WOULD SEND 127 BITCOINS TO A LAUNDERING SITE THEY'VE NEVER USED BEFORE???

Come on, folk, seriously. This has to be one of the most absurd extortion scams in history.

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August 01, 2014, 08:39:51 PM
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I am continuing to update my site JeranCampanella.com with additional developments in this extortion/blackmail scam against me.

http://jerancampanella.com/coinsecure-scam-extortion-blackmail/

It seems that the user escrow.ms has left me feedback of -6 even though we have never done any business together whatsoever. This feedback is based solely on the unsubstantiated allegation of RickyJames.

I then received PMs offering to remove the feedback and 'clear my name' if I paid a ransom/extortion bounty of 0.8btc.  These private messages were from newbies, obviously new accounts created by escrow.ms who is the owner of CoinSecure.in

I am obviously not going to pay out a single penny in blackmail/extortion fees.

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August 01, 2014, 10:38:50 PM
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Also, use your head.

DO YOU REALLY THINK SOMEONE WOULD SEND 127 BITCOINS TO A LAUNDERING SITE THEY'VE NEVER USED BEFORE???

Come on, folk, seriously. This has to be one of the most absurd extortion scams in history.

You are a complete and total liar and your threats mean nothing. 

DOES EVERYONE SEE WHAT THIS CLOWN MORIARTY IS DOING HERE? 

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DO YOU REALLY THINK SOMEONE WOULD SEND 127 BITCOINS TO A LAUNDERING SITE THEY'VE NEVER USED BEFORE???

Come on, folk, seriously. This has to be one of the most absurd extortion scams in history.

Let's see now shall we.... Maybe these emails shed more light...









You Moriarty are a pathetic scamming piece of shit and for you to put me and Ricky James through this has made me for the first time in all my life WISH AND HOPE AND PRAY that there is a God and is a Hell.  I never thought there would be a reason for hell.  YOU SIR have changed my mind.  What a loser
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August 02, 2014, 12:27:08 AM
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Harsh words JCampy

Funny thing is, for a 'scamming piece of shit' I sure take care of my customers.  Thousands of people use my sites and in every single case I make sure they are happy and satisfied.  Several times BitLaunder and BitPlastic have been hacked and each and every time I paid clients out of my own pocket so that nobody lost a dime. 

And furthermore, despite the occasional complaint about 'high fees', these sites barely pay for the hosting and development that goes into them.  The main reason I run this network is because I believe in the libertarian potential of Bitcoin, not to make a fast buck. 

Unlike CoinBase and Circle, I don't have Silicon Valley venture capitalists shoving money down my throat. Why? Because I refuse to force my users to identify themselves.  Unlike some people on here, I truly believe in privacy.

Since I launched BitPlastic last fall, I have been the victim of nonstop hacking, extortion, DDOS and blackmail.  This latest 'theft' accusation seems to be more of the same.  Keep attacking me as you will, but I have thousands of happy users on my sites, and more signing up every single day - and a whole network of new services planned. 

In other words, you waste your time.

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August 02, 2014, 12:38:00 AM
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Harsh words JCampy

Funny thing is, for a 'scamming piece of shit' I sure take care of my customers.  Thousands of people use my sites and in every single case I make sure they are happy and satisfied.  Several times BitLaunder and BitPlastic have been hacked and each and every time I paid clients out of my own pocket so that nobody lost a dime. 

And furthermore, despite the occasional complaint about 'high fees', these sites barely pay for the hosting and development that goes into them.  The main reason I run this network is because I believe in the libertarian potential of Bitcoin, not to make a fast buck. 

Unlike CoinBase and Circle, I don't have Silicon Valley venture capitalists shoving money down my throat. Why? Because I refuse to force my users to identify themselves.  Unlike some people on here, I truly believe in privacy.

Since I launched BitPlastic last fall, I have been the victim of nonstop hacking, extortion, DDOS and blackmail.  This latest 'theft' accusation seems to be more of the same.  Keep attacking me as you will, but I have thousands of happy users on my sites, and more signing up every single day - and a whole network of new services planned. 

In other words, you waste your time.

escrow.ms labeled you as scammer. gg

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Harsh words JCampy

Funny thing is, for a 'scamming piece of shit' I sure take care of my customers.  Thousands of people use my sites and in every single case I make sure they are happy and satisfied.  Several times BitLaunder and BitPlastic have been hacked and each and every time I paid clients out of my own pocket so that nobody lost a dime. 

And furthermore, despite the occasional complaint about 'high fees', these sites barely pay for the hosting and development that goes into them.  The main reason I run this network is because I believe in the libertarian potential of Bitcoin, not to make a fast buck. 

Unlike CoinBase and Circle, I don't have Silicon Valley venture capitalists shoving money down my throat. Why? Because I refuse to force my users to identify themselves.  Unlike some people on here, I truly believe in privacy.

Since I launched BitPlastic last fall, I have been the victim of nonstop hacking, extortion, DDOS and blackmail.  This latest 'theft' accusation seems to be more of the same.  Keep attacking me as you will, but I have thousands of happy users on my sites, and more signing up every single day - and a whole network of new services planned. 

In other words, you waste your time.

Where are all these customers that you have 'helped'? They sure as hell aren't leaving you feedback here or anywhere on the web. Let me guess, every single one of them prefers to remain anonymous... Your profile is riddled with negative feedback - are we all extortionists? Give me a break.

Thousands of people use your sites (with your admitted high fees), yet they barely pay for themselves? 90% of your sites are just the same template with terrible graphics and call-to-actions on them. there is virtually no development cost behind them, low overhead, and most are hosted on the same VPS.

Why was user RickyJames's coins never sent back to him? Why did you lie about it, include false addys, and make up stories about illegal BTC usage and such? How do you expect people to believe you when lies are easily plucked from every one of your posts?

Just pay this member back and admit you fucked up and got greedy. Most of us can respect that, and in time, it will be forgotten.
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August 02, 2014, 01:56:19 AM
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I never had any dealings whatsoever with 'escrow.ms'.  None. Zip. Zero.

He just hopped on board this thread and posted negative feedback in my profile, despite having never traded with me at all.

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August 02, 2014, 02:01:15 AM
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Look at this OBVIOUS EVIDENCE OF EXTORTION right here by JCampy (Jeran Campanella):

(for anyone who wants a copy of the email, I can forward it to you!)

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email sent to moriarty.bitcoin@gmail.com
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Hi Michael-

You know who I am, and now I know who you are.

The MOST important thing to me is saving my home.

I can string along Ricky James for a long time and just finally say that I =
can't help him further. I can give you weeks.

But I need one of the 7 accounts sent to me at 1E3BPXsPLhv9cHVLHgWJHCZqaMc9=
cXzvyn

It is a brand new wallet, with no connections.  I know about everything and=
 Ricky James will be contacting authorities when I say go.

You know the power I have and in fact, if not for that power, Ricky James w=
ould never have sent you 125

You have 6 hours.  1800 PST - I use that power and get many behind me to fi=
nd you. =20

Or I disappear and you never hear from me or a mention of your "name" by me=
.  I can start shutting down my bitforum name, I'll quit and no longer work=
 for "the power" I have.  But it is up to you.  The entire scheme is quite =
ingenious.  The fiverr account perhaps was your downfall.=20

Last Chance:  It is now 12:21 and you have until 1800     Address is above.

Do the right thing by me at least since you used my power to sucker other s=
uckers.

Good Day

JC

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August 02, 2014, 02:13:44 AM
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I never had any dealings whatsoever with 'escrow.ms'.  None. Zip. Zero.

He just hopped on board this thread and posted negative feedback in my profile, despite having never traded with me at all.
It's a trust system, not a trade feedback system. Obviously escrow.ms sees things in you and your stories that makes him distrust you, like the rest of us do.
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