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June 30, 2012, 11:12:36 AM
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didnt you guys find out where some of the other scammers live ?
just curious what has ever been done to them... besides bad mouth them on the forums ?

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Some idiot from Germany got doxed and was about to get arrested before he suddenly decided to return all the BTC and blame everything on his roommate. Can't remember the thread though.

Arrested for WHAT ?

Surely not for the stolen BTC ... nobody recognizes them anyway.

"Crybaby : mom, he stole my imaginary money !
Police : Stop trolling noob !"

Can't remember, but apparently it was serious enough for him ti do a 180 and return the money.

How much were they talking about ?

I find this hard to believe, still ... shakaru took $20K and nobody did a damn thing !
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June 30, 2012, 11:39:13 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64012.0

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June 30, 2012, 11:57:38 AM
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WOW. I actually remember that Dexter guy with his cool rack of cards with LED dummy plugs and industrial AC setup !

I also remember the Powercoiner guy selling like 35 5830 cards !

But ... there is a difference here mate.

The guys paid with wire transfer so they could trace him to his real information.

If they would have paid with BTC I doubt they would have had anything back.

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June 30, 2012, 03:39:42 PM
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That is true, you do need some proof that you sent funds to the person you are accusing. Not as if wire transfers are the only way to do that but it is easier for the police to work with since it is something they deal with semi-regularly.

Definitely depends on the country, the US is very locale specific in how the police would deal with complaints. Where as some Asian countries have actually been vocal about the willingness to use police action over digital property crimes.
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June 30, 2012, 04:00:28 PM
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That is true, you do need some proof that you sent funds to the person you are accusing. Not as if wire transfers are the only way to do that but it is easier for the police to work with since it is something they deal with semi-regularly.

Definitely depends on the country, the US is very locale specific in how the police would deal with complaints. Where as some Asian countries have actually been vocal about the willingness to use police action over digital property crimes.

Exactly. Please show me an example where BTC has been stolen and somebody prosecuted for that.

This would show BTC is legitimate or starting to be accepted by the "world".

The guy accepted wire transfer then fails to deliver = no wonder he gets jail.

Why has shakaru scammer not had any problems whatsoever ?

Maybe he is such a good guy and everybody loved him ? Or maybe nobody can do a damn thing to BTC hackers / scammers unless BTC is legalised.
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June 30, 2012, 04:47:01 PM
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Exactly. So there's absolutely no reason not to release his dox. Sylkyx has absolutely nothing to worry about!

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June 30, 2012, 04:49:31 PM
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June 30, 2012, 04:50:46 PM
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Exactly. So there's absolutely no reason not to release his dox. Sylkyx has absolutely nothing to worry about!

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June 30, 2012, 04:52:12 PM
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He probably just hasn't checked on this thread because he's not subscribed.

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June 30, 2012, 11:10:50 PM
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Wow, this one really turned into a shit storm. Fuck that, put his info all up in this thread.

It's a kid? Get a hold of his parents. Fracken sata cable, wow, this was a way to lie to his parents I bet, to make it seem he sent off what was supposedly to be purchased?

This is a big bowl of spaghetti, all messed up.

That's why I posted in the kids request loan thread, stating, so you may close this thread and he replied with, yes you may < that was odd.

Scumbag twerps. I wouldn't care how old ya are, I'd beat the breaks of the kid and serve my time.

You just don't do this shit.

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BTC is the best tool for Nigerian scammers like me.

Are you serious?
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June 30, 2012, 11:14:46 PM
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BTC is the best tool for Nigerian scammers like me.

Are you serious?

I'm sorry, have you met bulanula?

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June 30, 2012, 11:16:24 PM
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BTC is the best tool for Nigerian scammers like me.

Are you serious?

I'm sorry, have you met bulanula?

Sorta seen him around holding some guys 25btc, so I wasn't sure if he was being sarcastic.
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June 30, 2012, 11:26:13 PM
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BTC is the best tool for Nigerian scammers like me.

Are you serious?

I'm sorry, have you met bulanula?

Sorta seen him around holding some guys 25btc, so I wasn't sure if he was being sarcastic.

He is being sarcastic. He did the guy wrong in some respects but due to the lack of a tag that is in between scammer and maybe one for 'unethical', he got the full out scammer tag. He is still very pissed, and maybe rightly so in some way. He should still just send the guy his change back and move on with being a "highly moral, respected, super cool forum guy' imho. ;p

But, he is definitly not in the caliber as these dudes pulling the multi-account, confidence scams...

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July 01, 2012, 12:51:48 AM
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That is true, you do need some proof that you sent funds to the person you are accusing. Not as if wire transfers are the only way to do that but it is easier for the police to work with since it is something they deal with semi-regularly.

Definitely depends on the country, the US is very locale specific in how the police would deal with complaints. Where as some Asian countries have actually been vocal about the willingness to use police action over digital property crimes.

Exactly. Please show me an example where BTC has been stolen and somebody prosecuted for that.

This would show BTC is legitimate or starting to be accepted by the "world".

The guy accepted wire transfer then fails to deliver = no wonder he gets jail.

Why has shakaru scammer not had any problems whatsoever ?

Maybe he is such a good guy and everybody loved him ? Or maybe nobody can do a damn thing to BTC hackers / scammers unless BTC is legalised.

You can sue for breach of contract and the lost value and consequential damages as well as the value of the item. There are things that are sold or traded that are not money. Especially art and real estate and securities where no real cash trades hands, only digital codes or rights or certificates. You could even claim fraud and possible go for treble damages in small claims court and easily win a judgement, or get police involved.
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July 01, 2012, 02:42:42 AM
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July 01, 2012, 12:54:59 PM
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Somewhere out there, there's a poor guy who is still waiting on his SATA cable due to this honest mistake.

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July 01, 2012, 02:23:27 PM
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BTC is the best tool for Nigerian scammers like me.

Are you serious?

I'm sorry, have you met bulanula?

Sorta seen him around holding some guys 25btc, so I wasn't sure if he was being sarcastic.

He is being sarcastic. He did the guy wrong in some respects but due to the lack of a tag that is in between scammer and maybe one for 'unethical', he got the full out scammer tag. He is still very pissed, and maybe rightly so in some way. He should still just send the guy his change back and move on with being a "highly moral, respected, super cool forum guy' imho. ;p

But, he is definitly not in the caliber as these dudes pulling the multi-account, confidence scams...

Exactly. I need to up my game it seems Undecided
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