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June 08, 2012, 09:10:14 PM
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I bought the mining rig.

Sure you did buddy, just like the OP bought a D3 copy that you just happened to order way too many off. +1 5star seller to you, scammer.

Please show any proof that I'm a scammer or kindly shut the fuck up.
I have none, but I'll continue to call this a scam since it just reeks of it from both you and your sock puppet. Join a month ago, beg for pennies in the Newbie section, claim to have sent 5BTC to a stripper 3 days later. Seems legit.
Find a questionable thread, scream scammer. That's never happened before.
Head to Marketplace, start selling game accounts. Won a couple on a Steam contest, sold two, and they're still going fast? Totally legit.
Selling a 350MH/s CPU? Nothing to see here. Maybe you can sell it to the guy wanting to buy an FPGA that you were probing.
Sell another D3 key to the OP, then turn around and buy their mining right for twice the market value? Seems reasonable.

I can't see anything in your post history that raises a red flag. Carry on.
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June 09, 2012, 02:43:03 AM
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This is where I ask Maged to verify if the person who claimed to buy the gear just happens to have the same IP as the seller.

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June 09, 2012, 02:46:50 AM
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I bought the mining rig.

Sure you did buddy, just like the OP bought a D3 copy that you just happened to order way too many off. +1 5star seller to you, scammer.

Please show any proof that I'm a scammer or kindly shut the fuck up.
I have none, but I'll continue to call this a scam since it just reeks of it from both you and your sock puppet. Join a month ago, beg for pennies in the Newbie section, claim to have sent 5BTC to a stripper 3 days later. Seems legit.
Find a questionable thread, scream scammer. That's never happened before.
Head to Marketplace, start selling game accounts. Won a couple on a Steam contest, sold two, and they're still going fast? Totally legit.
Selling a 350MH/s CPU? Nothing to see here. Maybe you can sell it to the guy wanting to buy an FPGA that you were probing.
Sell another D3 key to the OP, then turn around and buy their mining right for twice the market value? Seems reasonable.

I can't see anything in your post history that raises a red flag. Carry on.

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