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Author Topic: AUCTION: HitLeap account with 923,239 minutes from 0.01BTC *maybe USD  (Read 1884 times)
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December 12, 2014, 07:25:03 AM
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These scammers are relentless and see members of this forum as easy pickings.

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December 12, 2014, 07:59:03 AM
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And just another little mofuckr.

This account does not exist and has never existed.


I hope you lose the 0.03 to luckyb.it



1ME8bNKupyVAn1qxmjbPXagcA7R4UyDrCZ  <- his address.
Why would you go first when trading with a newbie with no trust? Huh I'm sorry for your loss, but it seems kind of mindless to go first in this situation... Escrow is required
Yeah.. I know.. Wink
But with those amounts it's not THAT risky for me personally.
(Of course I had a look at his trust ratings before, which seemed to be good)


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December 12, 2014, 09:11:07 AM
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And just another little mofuckr.

This account does not exist and has never existed.


I hope you lose the 0.03 to luckyb.it



1ME8bNKupyVAn1qxmjbPXagcA7R4UyDrCZ  <- his address.
Why would you go first when trading with a newbie with no trust? Huh I'm sorry for your loss, but it seems kind of mindless to go first in this situation... Escrow is required
Yeah.. I know.. Wink
But with those amounts it's not THAT risky for me personally.
(Of course I had a look at his trust ratings before, which seemed to be good)



you should use an escrow if you traded with a newbie with no trust

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December 12, 2014, 10:13:22 AM
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And just another little mofuckr.

This account does not exist and has never existed.


I hope you lose the 0.03 to luckyb.it



1ME8bNKupyVAn1qxmjbPXagcA7R4UyDrCZ  <- his address.
Why would you go first when trading with a newbie with no trust? Huh I'm sorry for your loss, but it seems kind of mindless to go first in this situation... Escrow is required
Yeah.. I know.. Wink
But with those amounts it's not THAT risky for me personally.
(Of course I had a look at his trust ratings before, which seemed to be good)



you should use an escrow if you traded with a newbie with no trust
He actually has trust ratings.. But only untrusted feedback.
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