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December 29, 2014, 05:30:38 AM
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Everytime I see supa post, I always think. Man, he can't sink any lower, or be any more retarded, right? And each time, he proves me wrong.

He raises the bar at being an autistic scammer. And no, I don't think anyone has bought his account. He's just pretending, and being completely delusional.

He's making all these accounts trying to convince us he has sold it, but in doing so, has shown us how desperate and retarded he is.
According to the security log his password did change twice, however the change was 30 minutes apart, which in my experience is longer then what you would generally expect when you see an account sale

I do agree that his account is probably not sold. (he probably saw my post suggesting that someone who was scammed to ask to have their trust rating removed as it was put on because of actions prior to him buying the account but after it was purchased)
I agree, it is very possible it is not sold. Although I may of even been interested in a hero member account for ~$20. It would be interesting to have one. Hopefully I will get there someday.
If anyone actually offered $20 in bitcoin to him he probably would not have taken the offer. The idea was to get the negative trust removed, not get money for his account
Yeah I know. I'm just saying if I knew there was one being sold at that price I may have jumped on it. An admin should look into it and check the IP's
An IP check will do nothing. He could have easily used two computers, each behind a different VPN to make it look like a different IP address is being used to post from the account

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December 29, 2014, 05:32:02 AM
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Everytime I see supa post, I always think. Man, he can't sink any lower, or be any more retarded, right? And each time, he proves me wrong.

He raises the bar at being an autistic scammer. And no, I don't think anyone has bought his account. He's just pretending, and being completely delusional.

He's making all these accounts trying to convince us he has sold it, but in doing so, has shown us how desperate and retarded he is.
According to the security log his password did change twice, however the change was 30 minutes apart, which in my experience is longer then what you would generally expect when you see an account sale

I do agree that his account is probably not sold. (he probably saw my post suggesting that someone who was scammed to ask to have their trust rating removed as it was put on because of actions prior to him buying the account but after it was purchased)
I agree, it is very possible it is not sold. Although I may of even been interested in a hero member account for ~$20. It would be interesting to have one. Hopefully I will get there someday.
If anyone actually offered $20 in bitcoin to him he probably would not have taken the offer. The idea was to get the negative trust removed, not get money for his account
Yeah I know. I'm just saying if I knew there was one being sold at that price I may have jumped on it. An admin should look into it and check the IP's
An IP check will do nothing. He could have easily used two computers, each behind a different VPN to make it look like a different IP address is being used to post from the account
Yes, I know that. Although scammers do get lazy at points. He probably would not use a vpn for the rest of the time on that account. I am not calling the new buyer a scammer though.
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