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October 04, 2014, 07:29:07 PM
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Suspected account: chalidore

Over the past few months I was contacted on two occasions looking for both an account on default trust and an account with positive/green trust (with trust being several months old) by the same person. I suspect the person was wanting to use the default trust account to give credibility to other sockpuppet accounts.

Yesterday Stunna opened up a scam accusation against RandyFolds because he thinks he is using a purchased account with positive trust to create a casino that is a likely scam. Prior to a few weeks ago the RandyFolds account was not used in roughly a year. The RandyFolds account was likely purchased on or about 28/9/14 as this is when it first posted after not posting for a year.

Today the chalidore account gives both Stunna and Eisenhower34 who had both given RandyFolds negative trust because of the accusation because of "trust abuse" and "trash talking" about a site that he is invested in. He also gave positive trust to the RandyFolds account. I suspect the negative trust is to pressure Stunna and Eisehower34 to remove the negative trust and the positive trust for the chalidore was to give it undue credibility.

The positive trust given to RandyFolds by chalidore claims to have invested 340 BTC in the site. On 1/10/14 RandyFolds opened a self moderated thread asking for beta testers. chalidore responded on 1/10/14 saying that he is interested.
Quote from: RandyFolds link=topic=805766.msg9039584#msg9039584
Hi,

I'm looking for few good members that will test new dice site as well check for any grammar or other errors.

You would get some balance to test. You are free to withdraw if you meet withdraw minimums

Offers here on this thread or PM.

I'll check your profiles and choose few people for this task.


Thank you
Quote from: chalidore link=toipic=805766.msg9045653#msg9045653
I'm interested in testing your new site as well.

Sending you PM
At current prices 340 BTC is equal to ~AU$132,000.00. I personally find it hard to believe that someone would invest this much in a site after "knowing" the operator of the site for only three days. I have never personally invested this much money before but I would assume that a person would do more due diligence then what can be done in three days when investing that much money. I have reviewed the recent posts of chalidore and have not found any that were in the gambling subforum.

I believe that the chalidore account was purchased because of it's position on default trust because on 9/10/14 it posted ~160 posts, mostly in the off topic section in the span of only a few weeks. It had previously only posted 83 posts, mainly in the mining subforum (except for his first few posts in the beginners subforum).

chalidore is on default trust because CanaryInTheMinetrusts him (I do not believe CanaryInTheMine is involved in this scam) likely from a group by from a long time ago.

It is my firm belief that account trading should be allowed however I do not agree with this kind of activity and believe this kind of activity will lead to the banning of account trading.

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October 04, 2014, 09:24:08 PM
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I am going to contact dooglus regarding onedice.me and will remove my negative trust from RandyFolds if he is confident the site is not a scam.

I agree that chalidore is probably an alt of RandyFolds and is being used for it's position on defaulttrust.
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October 04, 2014, 09:28:02 PM
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DefaultTrust just needs to be removed on all accounts.
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October 04, 2014, 09:34:10 PM
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I am going to contact dooglus regarding onedice.me and will remove my negative trust from RandyFolds if he is confident the site is not a scam.

I agree that chalidore is probably an alt of RandyFolds and is being used for it's position on defaulttrust.
Hey man,

Apparently you're now a scammer (trade with EXTREME CAUTION), yet you're (last I looked) the mafia loan shark of Bitcointalk - go figure. Shows how great this trust system really is.

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October 04, 2014, 10:02:04 PM
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Suspected account: chalidore

Over the past few months I was contacted on two occasions looking for both an account on default trust and an account with positive/green trust (with trust being several months old) by the same person. I suspect the person was wanting to use the default trust account to give credibility to other sockpuppet accounts.

Yesterday Stunna opened up a scam accusation against RandyFolds because he thinks he is using a purchased account with positive trust to create a casino that is a likely scam. Prior to a few weeks ago the RandyFolds account was not used in roughly a year. The RandyFolds account was likely purchased on or about 28/9/14 as this is when it first posted after not posting for a year.

Today the chalidore account gives both Stunna and Eisenhower34 who had both given RandyFolds negative trust because of the accusation because of "trust abuse" and "trash talking" about a site that he is invested in. He also gave positive trust to the RandyFolds account. I suspect the negative trust is to pressure Stunna and Eisehower34 to remove the negative trust and the positive trust for the chalidore was to give it undue credibility.

The positive trust given to RandyFolds by chalidore claims to have invested 340 BTC in the site. On 1/10/14 RandyFolds opened a self moderated thread asking for beta testers. chalidore responded on 1/10/14 saying that he is interested.
Quote from: RandyFolds link=topic=805766.msg9039584#msg9039584
Hi,

I'm looking for few good members that will test new dice site as well check for any grammar or other errors.

You would get some balance to test. You are free to withdraw if you meet withdraw minimums

Offers here on this thread or PM.

I'll check your profiles and choose few people for this task.


Thank you
Quote from: chalidore link=toipic=805766.msg9045653#msg9045653
I'm interested in testing your new site as well.

Sending you PM
At current prices 340 BTC is equal to ~AU$132,000.00. I personally find it hard to believe that someone would invest this much in a site after "knowing" the operator of the site for only three days. I have never personally invested this much money before but I would assume that a person would do more due diligence then what can be done in three days when investing that much money. I have reviewed the recent posts of chalidore and have not found any that were in the gambling subforum.

I believe that the chalidore account was purchased because of it's position on default trust because on 9/10/14 it posted ~160 posts, mostly in the off topic section in the span of only a few weeks. It had previously only posted 83 posts, mainly in the mining subforum (except for his first few posts in the beginners subforum).

chalidore is on default trust because CanaryInTheMinetrusts him (I do not believe CanaryInTheMine is involved in this scam) likely from a group by from a long time ago.

It is my firm belief that account trading should be allowed however I do not agree with this kind of activity and believe this kind of activity will lead to the banning of account trading.

Who the F are you to question my credibility? Just look what you are doing, reselling accounts and hoping you can make some pocket money. Yes, I have invested that much, I had BTC in DB as well, so what.

I gave those 2 negative trust for a reason same goes to you.

Just to be sure, you can invest and have BTC only if you post in gambling forum?

I thought miners are responsible for all the bitcoins you are using...so yes I do have bitcoins, and I can invest where ever I want.
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October 04, 2014, 10:14:46 PM
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Who the F are you to question my credibility? Just look what you are doing, reselling accounts and hoping you can make some pocket money. Yes, I have invested that much, I had BTC in DB as well, so what.

I gave those 2 negative trust for a reason same goes to you.

Just to be sure, you can invest and have BTC only if you post in gambling forum?

I thought miners are responsible for all the bitcoins you are using...so yes I do have bitcoins, and I can invest where ever I want.

Why don't you post the TXID of when you "invested" your bitcoin in the scam site.

My point is that you had previously shown no interest in gambling then all of a sudden you are investing over AU$100,000 in a gambling site. You didn't start with a small amount first to see how things go?

You gave those two neg trust because they were exposing your scam, just as I am. I could care less about receiving neg trust as I am open to using escrow, however you are just proving my point that the account was purchased because it was on default trust with the intention of furthering your scams.

If you really invested in DB then why don't you sign a message form an address that is somehow connected to DB's cold storage address, as any funds you sent/received would be connected to it? I know that you wont because you can't because you are lying.

Also why don't you explain why you started posting almost exclusively in the off topic section after posting exclusively in the mining sub forum? Trust me that I know what a sold account looks like and your account matches it exactly

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October 04, 2014, 10:15:15 PM
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Can you sign a message using this Bitcoin address you posted? That should clear things up.


Add me please.
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October 04, 2014, 10:16:43 PM
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Can you sign a message using this Bitcoin address you posted? That should clear things up.

Add me please.
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The original owner of the account could have possibly provided the private key when the account was sold. It would not prove anything.

EDIT: Although I would find it somewhat unlikely that the buyer received the private key as there are unspent inputs in the subject address, it would still be possible the private key was purchased as well

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October 04, 2014, 10:20:32 PM
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Can you sign a message using this Bitcoin address you posted? That should clear things up.

Add me please.
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The original owner of the account could have possibly provided the private key when the account was sold. It would not prove anything.

EDIT: Although I would find it somewhat unlikely that the buyer received the private key as there are unspent inputs in the subject address, it would still be possible the private key was purchased as well
Anything is possible but for the majority rule I'm sure many would agree, sign an address that you posted here on forums from early 2014 or previous to prove you're the original. Or have Tecshare vouch that its still you in the account.

By the way, quickseller you now are -6 trust (TRADE WITH EXTREME CAUTION), enjoy the red world with me, its bullshit I tell you.

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October 04, 2014, 10:23:52 PM
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Check out this interesting post:

I lost all my mining profits since I started mining back in 2010. I'm looking for work now. there is no way I will be able to recover from this. I'm done with crypto.
The problem with Bitcoin, and with capitalism in general, is there is always gonna be some selfish asshole that ruins it for everyone by finding a way to cheat honest players out of the market, until the cheaters are the only ones left playing the game.

Posted on March 22nd, next post after it was in September.

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October 04, 2014, 10:26:01 PM
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I'd say - account sold.

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October 04, 2014, 10:28:32 PM
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Check out this interesting post:

I lost all my mining profits since I started mining back in 2010. I'm looking for work now. there is no way I will be able to recover from this. I'm done with crypto.
The problem with Bitcoin, and with capitalism in general, is there is always gonna be some selfish asshole that ruins it for everyone by finding a way to cheat honest players out of the market, until the cheaters are the only ones left playing the game.

Posted on March 22nd, next post after it was in September.

Well, I did recover from this and not done with crypto
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October 04, 2014, 10:36:19 PM
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I'd say - account sold.

I would say "someone" will cry and try to have me removed from someones trust list because "bad" things I did.
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October 04, 2014, 10:41:06 PM
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Check out this interesting post:

I lost all my mining profits since I started mining back in 2010. I'm looking for work now. there is no way I will be able to recover from this. I'm done with crypto.
The problem with Bitcoin, and with capitalism in general, is there is always gonna be some selfish asshole that ruins it for everyone by finding a way to cheat honest players out of the market, until the cheaters are the only ones left playing the game.

Posted on March 22nd, next post after it was in September.

Well, I did recover from this and not done with crypto
I am still waiting on the TXIDs and the signed messages. I guess you didn't think to get evidence to support your "story" prior to making claims about your "investment"

By the way, quickseller you now are -6 trust (TRADE WITH EXTREME CAUTION), enjoy the red world with me, its bullshit I tell you.
I could care less about my account having neg trust, I am more then willing to use escrow and have no need for a loan.

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October 05, 2014, 12:20:06 AM
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I'd say - account sold.

I would say "someone" will cry and try to have me removed from someones trust list because "bad" things I did.

I would say you could easily silence all your critics by taking ForgottenPassword's suggestion:

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Can you sign a message using this Bitcoin address you posted? That should clear things up.


Add me please.
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Should be pretty easy for you to do, I doubt anyone will say you bought this account after that.
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October 05, 2014, 07:15:45 PM
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chalidore has been removed from default trust.

Mission accomplished

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October 07, 2014, 01:51:50 AM
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I really feel sorry for these guys..  Sad
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