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September 01, 2014, 04:42:20 AM
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Isaac, you're broke now, have no job, and a brand new ebay/paypal account. How do you expect to pay back in a week at a higher amount than you're borrowing? Sorry dude, your sob story needs to be more persuasive than that.

You're also selling 10btc, you don't need no loan.

Lol, I just saw that.
He's very confused...not sure which way he wants to go with the scam.
Maybe, it'll come down to whoever bites first...then account gone.

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September 03, 2014, 03:41:29 PM
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Isaac, you're broke now, have no job, and a brand new ebay/paypal account. How do you expect to pay back in a week at a higher amount than you're borrowing? Sorry dude, your sob story needs to be more persuasive than that.

You're also selling 10btc, you don't need no loan.

Lol, I just saw that.
He's very confused...not sure which way he wants to go with the scam.
Maybe, it'll come down to whoever bites first...then account gone.

another failed scammer.

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