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May 06, 2012, 09:27:24 AM
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Moved to http://bitcoinpolice.org/viewtopic.php?pid=147
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May 06, 2012, 09:42:12 AM
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Good stuff  Grin

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May 06, 2012, 01:20:26 PM
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Wow, that guy is pretty stupid.  The chat logs... Wow.

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May 06, 2012, 08:46:07 PM
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This is not good.

I understand why it is done. But, this is not good.

You will scare anyone that is new and sees it away.


Can these situations be handled with a little more discretion? Please...


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May 06, 2012, 09:04:15 PM
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I'm starting to think there's a global conspiracy by scammers to keep women out of business. Out-of-my-ass analysis shows 50% of scams are done by people overtly (whether using a woman's name as a handle or showing a picture of a woman's face in avatar) claiming to be a woman, while only .5% of BitcoinTalk users claim to be female. Tits have been an immediate red flag for me when considering transactions for months, now.

By the way.... http://timlwheatsvictims.com/ lol

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May 06, 2012, 11:11:51 PM
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You will scare anyone that is new and sees it away.



Wont it just scare people who plan on scamming others, legitimate traders have nothing to fear?
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May 06, 2012, 11:50:16 PM
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You will scare anyone that is new and sees it away.



Wont it just scare people who plan on scamming others, legitimate traders have nothing to fear?

Many would think so wouldn't they?

First it will do nothing but evolve the techniques of scammers. But that is not what I am concerned about.

Lets assume the essentials are correct.

Should his mother and ex-wife pay for his sins? You are possibly punishing others for someone else's wrongs.

But lets look at the What-Ifs:

What If:

His mother and ex-wife are good friends, possibly because there are children involved and they are close. So she comes over to 'visit' a lot with the Grand Mother. But you know, the ex-wife really is pissed at her no good ex-husband. So she uses his computer to tarnish his name.

What If:

His mom is doing it and blaming her son?

What If:

The are children in the house that are computer literate and are using his information.

What If:

The neighbor has cracked his wifi and on a visit came over and helped him out with a 'computer problem' and is using his information.

Who would people use to get away with crimes if they were going to frame someone? Would they use an upstanding citizen or use a hooker, persons with problems, etc...


All I am saying is when the community runs across these situations it can be handled discreetly without having to publicly post information that may or may not be correct especially since we don't know the circumstances of all the situations possible.

As far as a new person seeing it. What they would assume is if someone expects them of being a scammer without all the possible facts that someone weird ends up with trading details and a serious search for identity is undertaken. Then when and if agreed by people, their dox are publicly posted hurting not only them but their mothers and wives (ex in this case, apparently).

If SomeoneWeird wants to do this, it is up to him. But do it in an upstanding way, Dox yourself just in case if you are wrong or someone gets hurt, he could share some of the responsibility.


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May 08, 2012, 04:49:53 AM
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Why you tryin to scam him bro?  He just wanted $25 to cure his cancer.

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June 01, 2012, 10:38:53 PM
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Today's nick:

Wishnet (~talalala@adsl-65-0-168-46.jan.bellsouth.net)
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June 02, 2012, 07:08:10 AM
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I'm starting to think there's a global conspiracy by scammers to keep women out of business. Out-of-my-ass analysis shows 50% of scams are done by people overtly (whether using a woman's name as a handle or showing a picture of a woman's face in avatar) claiming to be a woman, while only .5% of BitcoinTalk users claim to be female. Tits have been an immediate red flag for me when considering transactions for months, now.

By the way.... http://timlwheatsvictims.com/ lol

U are spot on..i bin scammed by ,   Gabriellz9   tadaa...!!  its a guy..!!

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Funny thing after he took my 25 coins..he got scammed him self.  Grin



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June 02, 2012, 09:09:09 AM
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All I am saying is when the community runs across these situations it can be handled discreetly without having to publicly post information that may or may not be correct especially since we don't know the circumstances of all the situations possible.

As far as a new person seeing it. What they would assume is if someone expects them of being a scammer without all the possible facts that someone weird ends up with trading details and a serious search for identity is undertaken. Then when and if agreed by people, their dox are publicly posted hurting not only them but their mothers and wives (ex in this case, apparently).

If SomeoneWeird wants to do this, it is up to him. But do it in an upstanding way, Dox yourself just in case if you are wrong or someone gets hurt, he could share some of the responsibility.



The website about Tim Wheat contains links to newspaper reports about Tim and his wife's multiple arrests for various types fraud.  There's also a report about the arrest of an Amy Wheat on similar charges two years earlier and claims against Tim dating back as far as 2004.  At the very least, this family has been arrested in the past for fraudulent activity and that has been publicly reported.  I don't think people should be reticent about making that information public any more than they should have been reticent about making Bruce Wagner's involvement in Bold Funding and failure to pay the subsequent judgement against him public.

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October 31, 2012, 10:28:46 PM
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newly returned as LittleFluffyTedd, easily linked to his acemeister alias

'LittleFluffYTedd!~acemeiste@adsl-65-0-86-115.jan.bellsouth.net'

and even using the same email for his pgp key (after pretending he didn't know how to register)

http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?search=mrwaggles&op=index

of course negging anyone in the WOT who spoke up against him.

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November 05, 2012, 10:16:59 AM
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newly returned as LittleFluffyTedd, easily linked to his acemeister alias
Back today as well, now using a cloak.  Two nicks:

starryeyez!~parmablac@unaffiliated/kalacoa
shilohsandi!~parmablac@unaffiliated/kalacoa

Using GPG key 9498C9984C9B01C3: "Masteris Keena <wahlilbaby@gmail.com>"

Tried to buy a BTC from me, paying from Tim Wheat <fuzzyshark44@gmail.com>.  He must think I was born yesterday.

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November 05, 2012, 08:52:41 PM
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Freenode needs to switch his cloak to "/ScammerTimWheat".

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November 05, 2012, 09:01:20 PM
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Hand over his dox to the local police station  Smiley

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November 06, 2012, 12:22:10 AM
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Latest log (from a couple of minutes ago):

http://btcfaucet.com/logs/kalacoa.txt (under the username shilohsandi)

Various other scamlogs (some of them also acemeister):

http://btcfaucet.com/logs/



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November 06, 2012, 06:08:01 AM
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PM'ed me too.

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November 06, 2012, 06:36:23 AM
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He just found this thread, apparently.

07:22 < shilohsandi> hey
07:22 < shilohsandi> who here is admins on bitcointalk forum
07:24 < shilohsandi> HuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuh
07:27 < shilohsandi> THIS LUMP OF SHIT IS TRYING TO ATTACK MY PARENTS
07:29 <@btcfaucet> you mean acemeister's parents Wink
07:30 < shilohsandi> na
07:30 < shilohsandi> i mean
07:30 < shilohsandi> why
07:30 < shilohsandi> why would u ban me
07:30 < shilohsandi> if i never ripped anyone off


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November 06, 2012, 07:18:56 AM
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He just found this thread, apparently.

07:22 < shilohsandi> hey
07:22 < shilohsandi> who here is admins on bitcointalk forum
07:24 < shilohsandi> HuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuh
07:27 < shilohsandi> THIS LUMP OF SHIT IS TRYING TO ATTACK MY PARENTS
07:29 <@btcfaucet> you mean acemeister's parents Wink
07:30 < shilohsandi> na
07:30 < shilohsandi> i mean
07:30 < shilohsandi> why
07:30 < shilohsandi> why would u ban me
07:30 < shilohsandi> if i never ripped anyone off



lol'd.
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November 10, 2012, 04:46:02 PM
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Good work bitcoin police! Thanks for the hard work. There are so many scammers here and on -otc, you guys have your work cut out for you
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