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April 17, 2012, 01:34:57 AM
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Well on the 6th i sent him half payment for 7 coins..
we agree on 500 dollars for the 7 coins..

He didnt want to do an escrow and we agreed for half now and half after i get goods..
Well its been 10 days, all he said is he won't ship till i send him other half..

I told him to send just 2-3 coins at lease.. i pay him rest and more for shipping for remaining coins..

But looks like i'm out 50.7 btc($250 dollars)...

I'm still waiting to hear back from him..

So be aware of this guy.

jay
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April 17, 2012, 01:59:47 AM
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Since he is continuing to (attempt) to scam (unsuccessfully, so far), does that allow the use of the scammer tag? Or does that require a confirmed successful scam followed by additional attempted scams?

I guess he just met the requirement for his dog tag this scumbag.
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April 17, 2012, 04:04:22 AM
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Since he is continuing to (attempt) to scam (unsuccessfully, so far), does that allow the use of the scammer tag? Or does that require a confirmed successful scam followed by additional attempted scams?

I guess he just met the requirement for his dog tag this scumbag.
Indeed. I've just gone ahead and messaged pastory99 for his side of the story. Depending on what I hear, I may need more information from jaybones.

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April 17, 2012, 05:09:03 AM
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Sounds good to me..
i also save our pm back and forth...

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April 24, 2012, 01:33:48 AM
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Since he is continuing to (attempt) to scam (unsuccessfully, so far), does that allow the use of the scammer tag? Or does that require a confirmed successful scam followed by additional attempted scams?

I guess he just met the requirement for his dog tag this scumbag.
Indeed. I've just gone ahead and messaged pastory99 for his side of the story. Depending on what I hear, I may need more information from jaybones.

Did you get your money back jaybones? Has Pastory99 got his scammer stripes yet?
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April 24, 2012, 01:50:02 AM
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Since he is continuing to (attempt) to scam (unsuccessfully, so far), does that allow the use of the scammer tag? Or does that require a confirmed successful scam followed by additional attempted scams?

I guess he just met the requirement for his dog tag this scumbag.
Indeed. I've just gone ahead and messaged pastory99 for his side of the story. Depending on what I hear, I may need more information from jaybones.

Did you get your money back jaybones? Has Pastory99 got his scammer stripes yet?
I'm still communicating with Pastory99. I'm giving him one last chance to respond to my latest message to him.

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April 26, 2012, 02:04:30 AM
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Since he is continuing to (attempt) to scam (unsuccessfully, so far), does that allow the use of the scammer tag? Or does that require a confirmed successful scam followed by additional attempted scams?

I guess he just met the requirement for his dog tag this scumbag.
Indeed. I've just gone ahead and messaged pastory99 for his side of the story. Depending on what I hear, I may need more information from jaybones.

Did you get your money back jaybones? Has Pastory99 got his scammer stripes yet?
Sounds like jaybones did get his money back, according to Pastory99. jaybones, can you confirm?

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April 26, 2012, 02:10:28 AM
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Hi Maged, if you need to see anything from me, happy for you to check out the PMs between Pastory and myself.


It becomes pretty self evident after you see the photos ..

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April 26, 2012, 04:25:40 AM
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Hi Maged, if you need to see anything from me, happy for you to check out the PMs between Pastory and myself.


It becomes pretty self evident after you see the photos ..

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Won't really mean anything. Just don't buy from unknown people without an escrow.

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April 26, 2012, 06:25:38 AM
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Hi Maged, if you need to see anything from me, happy for you to check out the PMs between Pastory and myself.


It becomes pretty self evident after you see the photos ..

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Won't really mean anything. Just don't buy from unknown people without an escrow.

Normally, I would agree - however all he had to do is find another camera from somewhere, open the boxes and take a shot. Not something that would have disadvantaged him in any way whatsoever. Taking a clear shot of his ID instead of sending something totally illegible and then saying "sorry, that's all i can do - take it or leave it" is rather suspicious

If I was Pastory99, I would be jumping through hoops right now to prove that I wasn't a scammer and if all I had to do is provide clear shots of the products I was selling (and of my id) I'd be jumping at the chance. Instead, I get messages from him asking I take the thread down because his reputation may suffer but absolutely nothing to back up his claims he isn't a scammer.

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