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November 10, 2014, 08:23:02 PM
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them are legits i have been buying them since 1 year them are legits Wink i will send first just with members with nice reputation here after they apply them to his/her account i will expect my payment i someone want to try i am here.

Instead of sending an eye wink you could respond saying that you have invoices or emails from amazon to demonstrate that the codes are legit. Do you seriously expect to sell 30k of digital codes eye winking?
actually i got the invoices and the emails


I did not get any pms with the proofs from you, waiting for the proofs to deal with you Smiley
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November 10, 2014, 09:09:04 PM
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them are legits i have been buying them since 1 year them are legits Wink i will send first just with members with nice reputation here after they apply them to his/her account i will expect my payment i someone want to try i am here.

Instead of sending an eye wink you could respond saying that you have invoices or emails from amazon to demonstrate that the codes are legit. Do you seriously expect to sell 30k of digital codes eye winking?
actually i got the invoices and the emails


I did not get any pms with the proofs from you, waiting for the proofs to deal with you Smiley

i got scammed by an user with reputation here i'll be posting name and proofs nice way to start here.

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November 10, 2014, 09:29:20 PM
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them are legits i have been buying them since 1 year them are legits Wink i will send first just with members with nice reputation here after they apply them to his/her account i will expect my payment i someone want to try i am here.

Instead of sending an eye wink you could respond saying that you have invoices or emails from amazon to demonstrate that the codes are legit. Do you seriously expect to sell 30k of digital codes eye winking?
actually i got the invoices and the emails


I did not get any pms with the proofs from you, waiting for the proofs to deal with you Smiley

i got scammed by an user with reputation here i'll be posting name and proofs nice way to start here.


Sorry for your loss buddy.
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November 10, 2014, 09:39:35 PM
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I do not think, there will be any excuse why he stacked more then 30k gift card.
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November 10, 2014, 09:43:24 PM
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them are legits i have been buying them since 1 year them are legits Wink i will send first just with members with nice reputation here after they apply them to his/her account i will expect my payment i someone want to try i am here.

Instead of sending an eye wink you could respond saying that you have invoices or emails from amazon to demonstrate that the codes are legit. Do you seriously expect to sell 30k of digital codes eye winking?
actually i got the invoices and the emails


I did not get any pms with the proofs from you, waiting for the proofs to deal with you Smiley

i got scammed by an user with reputation here i'll be posting name and proofs nice way to start here.


Sorry for your loss buddy.
don't worry could be worse

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November 10, 2014, 09:51:56 PM
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"applesauce92 0: -0 / +0(0)**2014-11-10*****0.00000000   ********scammed me with 295$ "sent" me the bitcoins from coinbase that i never saw ....... dont trust this user"   

Sorry for your loss, but bro, he is not a trusted member. Always use escrow if you don't trust it.
A trusted member is someone with a resonable amount of activity and posts combined with "positive default trust". That is like the green trust label you see under my name.
That does not, however, mean that everyone with a green tag is to be trusted.
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November 10, 2014, 10:11:58 PM
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"applesauce92 0: -0 / +0(0)**2014-11-10*****0.00000000   ********scammed me with 295$ "sent" me the bitcoins from coinbase that i never saw ....... dont trust this user"   

Sorry for your loss, but bro, he is not a trusted member. Always use escrow if you don't trust it.
A trusted member is someone with a resonable amount of activity and posts combined with "positive default trust". That is like the green trust label you see under my name.
That does not, however, mean that everyone with a green tag is to be trusted.

you are right i know that was my fault in part so i dont blame the trust system i blame myself anyway i made this post in order to try to help others users https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854061.0 and i want to be clear i am not selling the gift cards by here the only way that i can sell something by here again is if buyers send first dont call me a scammer i am not making nobody to sent me nothing if you just dont agree dont reply to this post and go on happy monday

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November 10, 2014, 10:40:03 PM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.
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November 10, 2014, 11:50:03 PM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.

Glad you didn't get screwed by this guy.  Surprised?  I think not.  Anyone who has gathered up $30,000 in $300 Amazon codes and is selling them here rather than where they can easily be sold for 90%+ on the dollar is obviously either scamming or is stupid enough to have bought them from someone else who told him they were legit just like he is doing.  Dumb and dumber.  (Not you, the seller and his source).  

As you found out, Amazon will shut you down in a hearbeat plus charge it back to ANY credit card you have already used on your account even it you removed it if you manage to use it to buy something.
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November 11, 2014, 03:08:39 AM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.

Glad you didn't get screwed by this guy.  Surprised?  I think not.  Anyone who has gathered up $30,000 in $300 Amazon codes and is selling them here rather than where they can easily be sold for 90%+ on the dollar is obviously either scamming or is stupid enough to have bought them from someone else who told him they were legit just like he is doing.  Dumb and dumber.  (Not you, the seller and his source).  

As you found out, Amazon will shut you down in a hearbeat plus charge it back to ANY credit card you have already used on your account even it you removed it if you manage to use it to buy something.

WTFFFF?Huh? CAN YOU AT LEAST READ THE POST THAT I DID

where this guy says that he used the card properly?

AND EVEN IF THE GC WHERE CARDED ARE YOU SERIUS THAT THEY WIL CHARGE BACK HOURS AFTER omg at least say something better scammer at least create another account to keep scamming people what about the bitcoin transfer made from coinbase? as i know bitcoin transfer are irreversible where are my btc? scammer scammer scammer don't believeme if you don't want i do not win nothing from this fuck have sence

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November 11, 2014, 03:23:00 AM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.
lol i had to quote this wtf did you just said a better question will be if you can show us BOTH! how the hell are you going to show us hoe they debited the balance from your account if the card is not valid? are you serius dumb!!!!

i invite you all to put this code on your accounts and tell us if it says that is not a valid code ...

https://ip.bitcointalk.org/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fs18.postimg.org%2F6y1droay1%2Fu0_eus_d4_920775f770b74966ab22cdd8d1357297_pimgp.jpg&t=546&c=Q8tfyRWKnNoTiQ

and how you know that, that code was the one that i sent to this scammer ?

read this post first!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854061.0

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November 11, 2014, 04:29:18 AM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.
lol i had to quote this wtf did you just said a better question will be if you can show us BOTH! how the hell are you going to show us hoe they debited the balance from your account if the card is not valid? are you serius dumb!!!!

i invite you all to put this code on your accounts and tell us if it says that is not a valid code ...



and how you know that, that code was the one that i sent to this scammer ?

read this post first!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854061.0
it say code is already redeemed
waiting for a confirmation from a user who redeemed this
else it is also possible that it was a used code till someone confirm that he used this code
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November 11, 2014, 04:43:09 AM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.

Glad you didn't get screwed by this guy.  Surprised?  I think not.  Anyone who has gathered up $30,000 in $300 Amazon codes and is selling them here rather than where they can easily be sold for 90%+ on the dollar is obviously either scamming or is stupid enough to have bought them from someone else who told him they were legit just like he is doing.  Dumb and dumber.  (Not you, the seller and his source).  

As you found out, Amazon will shut you down in a hearbeat plus charge it back to ANY credit card you have already used on your account even it you removed it if you manage to use it to buy something.

WTFFFF?Huh? CAN YOU AT LEAST READ THE POST THAT I DID

where this guy says that he used the card properly?

AND EVEN IF THE GC WHERE CARDED ARE YOU SERIUS THAT THEY WIL CHARGE BACK HOURS AFTER omg at least say something better scammer at least create another account to keep scamming people what about the bitcoin transfer made from coinbase? as i know bitcoin transfer are irreversible where are my btc? scammer scammer scammer don't believeme if you don't want i do not win nothing from this fuck have sence

Amazon has charged people back after well over a month and closed their account when the person whose credit card was used stolen reported the fraudulent charge after they got their bill.  It's been reported many times on various forums.  It could be 2 or 3 months before it gets charged back.  I had a Starbucks card charged back to me well over 4 weeks after I got it.  No way in hell your cards are legit.   All your pictures are meaningless.  It doesn't take much to create a fraudulent card and do a screen print.   Just because they are good today doesn't mean they will be good tomorrow or 4 weeks from now. 
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November 11, 2014, 04:48:32 AM
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Should I post the screenshots from Amazon where they have ALREADY removed the balance from my account, or how about the email from the wonderful support team informing me that the card is invalid?

Look - if it were a valid code that I could use i'd pay for it in a heartbeat. I'm sorry that it happened man, but sometimes with transactions like this no one comes out a winner.
lol i had to quote this wtf did you just said a better question will be if you can show us BOTH! how the hell are you going to show us hoe they debited the balance from your account if the card is not valid? are you serius dumb!!!!

i invite you all to put this code on your accounts and tell us if it says that is not a valid code ...

and how you know that, that code was the one that i sent to this scammer ?

read this post first!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=854061.0
it say code is already redeemed
waiting for a confirmation from a user who redeemed this
else it is also possible that it was a used code till someone confirm that he used this code

The fact it was redeemed means absolutely nothing other than it was redeemed. It could have been originally obtained fraudulently and could be tracked down 2,3, or 4 weeks later when the person whose card was used sees it on their bill and complains. Then Amazon investigates, sees who redeemed it and charges them back after it is used.

The seller was a fool for saying he had $30,000 worth.  If he had half a brain he would have said he had just 2 or 3 to start off.  $30K makes it sound absurd.
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November 11, 2014, 05:26:56 AM
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Always stay away from cheap Amazon cards.
Even if the seller delivers, you're likely to have your account suspended and be reported to the authorities.
I lost 2 BTC on this once.
I've learned from my mistake.

DON'T TRY IT. - If you do, you kind of deserve to be scammed.
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