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April 04, 2012, 09:16:58 AM
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DO NOT deal with him for the time being until he decides he wants to resolve the issues with me. Details here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74747.msg834720#msg834720

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April 04, 2012, 10:41:11 AM
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I posted the following in the Marketplace/Goods thread first, and am posting here as well:

stop talking like we compete, ive been earning from amazon legitimately for many many years, you're a carder.

come back with your $20k of carded certificates, im sure you will sell them, people are ignorant sometimes.

I'm unfamiliar with the term "carder" or "carded certificate".  Could someone please explain what these are?
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April 04, 2012, 05:04:07 PM
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WTB amazon gift codes PM me
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April 04, 2012, 05:06:11 PM
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I'm unfamiliar with the term "carder" or "carded certificate".  Could someone please explain what these are?

I think a carder is someone using stolen credit card numbers to buy things.
So "carded certificate"s would be ones that were bought with a stolen CC number.


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April 04, 2012, 05:16:10 PM
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I'm unfamiliar with the term "carder" or "carded certificate".  Could someone please explain what these are?

I think a carder is someone using stolen credit card numbers to buy things.
So "carded certificate"s would be ones that were bought with a stolen CC number.



Yup.

Step 1) Steal CC or buy stolen CC from wholesaler
Step 2) Use Stolen CC to purchase Amazon e-codes
Step 3) Find an victim who will trade irreversible goods for reversible ones (like hypothetically I don't know say ... Bitcoins for e-codes)
..... wait 30 to 180 days ....
Step 4) Victim finds fraudulent Amazon purchases on CC and reverses charges
Step 5) Amazon suspends account of e-code holder (victim from #3) and deducts balance plus chargeback fees, and demands payment in full for any negative balance.
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April 04, 2012, 07:40:12 PM
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Ugh, I just got a queasy feeling in my gut.  And in reply to BTC Guy from another thread:

i would love to buy ipads and amazon gift codes in bulk too. who wouldnt?

if said items were paid for with ill-gotten gains, that is most definitely not cool.  I've been the victim of identity theft, and wouldn't want that to happen again.

Well, I just checked my Amazon account and gift card balance, and everything seems to be ok, for now.  From my own experience, if someone is charging hundreds and thousands on new purchases, the cardholder would get phone calls and emails about a suspicious pending transaction, would they not?
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April 05, 2012, 12:09:02 AM
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WTB amazon gift codes PM me
No more for sale. None privately, none on here. I quit. I will keep my own codes.
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April 05, 2012, 12:09:46 AM
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DO NOT deal with him for the time being until he decides he wants to resolve the issues with me. Details here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=74747.msg834720#msg834720
You are a dumbass.
You are right, dont deal with me.
Nothing else is for sale by me.
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April 05, 2012, 12:23:09 AM
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Ugh, I just got a queasy feeling in my gut.  And in reply to BTC Guy from another thread:

i would love to buy ipads and amazon gift codes in bulk too. who wouldnt?

if said items were paid for with ill-gotten gains, that is most definitely not cool.  I've been the victim of identity theft, and wouldn't want that to happen again.

Well, I just checked my Amazon account and gift card balance, and everything seems to be ok, for now.  From my own experience, if someone is charging hundreds and thousands on new purchases, the cardholder would get phone calls and emails about a suspicious pending transaction, would they not?
I cant believe YOU of all people are going with this bullshit. YOU were my #3 best customer.
So I guess YOU are a creation of mine also. Created to shill feedback.
Yeah right.
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April 05, 2012, 01:41:59 AM
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I just posted the following in the Marketplace / Goods board:

You dealt with me many times on $2k+ transactions, like everyone else i have dealt with, flawless transactions.

Yet, again like everyone else your eyes probably lit up with this guys offers. Even if he does 'pull through' ill bet you 50BTC his GCs are carded.

To the guy asking what 'carded' means, this means someone is fraudulently using somebody elses credit card, to purchase goods.

Do not assume because you have your GCs that 180days down the line amazon put your accounts in negative balance, and ask for the money back!

My most recent transaction with newdude was over 1.5 weeks ago, and the transaction before that was over 2.5 weeks ago.  Total value was $2k+ in transactions.  I'm not sure where you came up with the 180 day number for a supposedly stolen Amazon gift card code to reveal itself, but let's say that you're correct about the assumption of 30 to 60 days for a cardholder to discover and report unauthorized charges.

By my clock, 60 days is about 2 months.  So by the end of May, if my Amazon account with its large gift card balance is still in good standing, and others can report that as well, I expect that you would owe newdude 50 btc, am I correct?
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