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June 04, 2012, 05:09:53 PM
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Than crypto not one time told that my wires has sent already but nothing i got!
They lie me
I have skype logs

If I understood this piece correctly, you're claiming that you have skype logs in which CryptoXChange says that your wires are on the way, while they are not.
If that's true, it would be shameful to CryptoXChange - even if WME is indeed a scammer, there's no reason for CryptoXChange to lie.
I find it more likely that you just didn't understand their English correctly. Check again. Somebody who doesn't consider 100K USD an amazing amount shouldn't have troubles finding a good English speaker to help. (and that includes helping with your writings here)


Now, WME, if what you say is true and you legitimately own this money, you should already be doing what Mathew said above: sue CryptoXChange. Demand them the money, plus indemnities for the time loss and other problems you might have had due to this. It should be easy to win such lawsuit if your claim is legit.
But you have to go to court, not to bitcointalk.org. Not only people here cannot help you, as they have strong reasons not to trust you.

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June 04, 2012, 06:37:53 PM
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Than crypto not one time told that my wires has sent already but nothing i got!
They lie me
I have skype logs

If I understood this piece correctly, you're claiming that you have skype logs in which CryptoXChange says that your wires are on the way, while they are not.
If that's true, it would be shameful to CryptoXChange - even if WME is indeed a scammer, there's no reason for CryptoXChange to lie.
I find it more likely that you just didn't understand their English correctly. Check again. Somebody who doesn't consider 100K USD an amazing amount shouldn't have troubles finding a good English speaker to help. (and that includes helping with your writings here)


Now, WME, if what you say is true and you legitimately own this money, you should already be doing what Mathew said above: sue CryptoXChange. Demand them the money, plus indemnities for the time loss and other problems you might have had due to this. It should be easy to win such lawsuit if your claim is legit.
But you have to go to court, not to bitcointalk.org. Not only people here cannot help you, as they have strong reasons not to trust you.

Not to mention he hasn't provided a singled shred of evidence. It's just talk.

"I have logs! I have _____". So where are they? And if he refuses to show them, then why even say he has them? Isn't not showing them and not having them the same thing in the face of evidence?

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June 06, 2012, 06:20:48 AM
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I see no proof at all.

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June 07, 2012, 05:58:36 AM
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I see no proof at all.

He has a whole thread of pictures. I don't see why all the hounds waste time on me when they should be hounding actual scammers: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85977.0
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