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August 30, 2014, 03:41:35 PM
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Wow scammed again anonymous22, thats the 2nd time at least. Be more careful!
Anyways his account was probably sold, because with this activity he could be making a lot more per month with signature campaigns, then scamming one person for 150$
If you receive any info that any account was sold, I would leave some feedback, probably positive to not make them look bad, but just to warn people that the account was sold/

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August 30, 2014, 04:07:48 PM
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Wow scammed again anonymous22, thats the 2nd time at least. Be more careful!
Anyways his account was probably sold, because with this activity he could be making a lot more per month with signature campaigns, then scamming one person for 150$
If you receive any info that any account was sold, I would leave some feedback, probably positive to not make them look bad, but just to warn people that the account was sold/

Thanks man, really this forum should have restricted rules to ban the guys who selling and buying accounts, but i don't think he sold his account as his bitcoin wallet address was the same then he changed it after scamming me.
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August 30, 2014, 06:24:21 PM
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Yeah I don't think he sold his account either as his BTC address is the same. Hopefully he has an explanation for this but seeing as how he has logged in multiple times since this thread was started and he hasn't replied he's probably gone.
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August 30, 2014, 06:29:09 PM
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I suspected this would happen right from the start. Many lenders gave him a loan but I wasn't about to fall for his "i need a medical checkup for my 2-year-old child, here are pictures of him" story.
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August 30, 2014, 08:27:29 PM
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I suspected this would happen right from the start. Many lenders gave him a loan but I wasn't about to fall for his "i need a medical checkup for my 2-year-old child, here are pictures of him" story.

Damn, how could he make a story like this to beg ppl to give him money?!!!
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August 30, 2014, 10:40:06 PM
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I saw this one coming. I was the first to give him loans, but also the first to stop lending to him for too many red flags. Then several other lenders took the opportunity to loan to him once I stopped  Roll Eyes. Either during or after his second loan with me, he:

1) stacked multiple loans, lied about it.
2) had a loan with BiPolarBob, long overdue, kept quiet about it until someone called him out.
3) started requesting large amounts in quick successions.
4) offered his forum account and LBC account as collateral.

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Yes he had two successful loans with me, but I stopped because of those recent dodgy behaviors, and I got out in time. When someone starts offering their account as collateral or try to sell it, that should be the biggest hint to not deal. It could be dumped any time, or the new owner will scam you.

Haploid me too, you know what I did though when he got my loan I tricked him, cause I got scared he would have done the same, I told him if he pays me back ill approve him for a .40 loan,  then he requested more, then I knew this guy was just a scam waiting to happen.

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September 01, 2014, 07:19:55 AM
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Someone has a picture of seandaniel as a requirement for a loan (think it was justbtcme?). Post it here. When his face and family member's face is out in the open, it'll make him think twice. I know he will see this thread eventually, if not already.

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September 01, 2014, 07:26:32 AM
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Someone has a picture of seandaniel as a requirement for a loan (think it was justbtcme?). Post it here. When his face and family member's face is out in the open, it'll make him think twice. I know he will see this thread eventually, if not already.

I PM'd him about this thread a couple days ago asking him to chime in and give his side of the story, but he mysteriously has lost all interest in the forum.

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September 01, 2014, 07:38:37 AM
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Someone has a picture of seandaniel as a requirement for a loan (think it was justbtcme?). Post it here. When his face and family member's face is out in the open, it'll make him think twice. I know he will see this thread eventually, if not already.
I PM'd him about this thread a couple days ago asking him to chime in and give his side of the story, but he mysteriously has lost all interest in the forum.
Either way, a picture of someone is basically the same as getting ID for a loan. It does not carry much weight. Any photo could easily be stolen from someone else. Even if the photo is somehow personalized he could have easily have gotten it from fiver or some other similar website/service. Even if it was actually of him, he could easily deny he was the one who scammed and/or owned the account to both the public (us) and to his family.

I think he probably realized that getting a picture of someone is nothing more then a false sense of security and will do little, if anything to find his identity.

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September 02, 2014, 07:53:07 AM
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And i was unlucky to deal with someone who was a good guy before then turned a big scammer on here. Damn
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