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January 17, 2015, 01:08:57 PM
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WorldwideBTC has scammed me for to Antminer S3's and PS3 that were supposed to be collateral on a loan. He had positive feedback at the time of my dealings with him. Now I'm noticing he's getting negative feedback and some accusations.  I have and address and an email that are only a few days old for him.  I'm also trying to reel him in with more collateral which every time you send him something it is now not enough and is wanting more.  But can not get him to answer.  But if I can get him to answer me I will be working with internet crimes burro to send him a little surprise.  But he calls himself Garrott Gardner. So watch out!   
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January 17, 2015, 04:14:16 PM
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WorldwideBTC has scammed me for to Antminer S3's and PS3 that were supposed to be collateral on a loan. He had positive feedback at the time of my dealings with him. Now I'm noticing he's getting negative feedback and some accusations.  I have and address and an email that are only a few days old for him.  I'm also trying to reel him in with more collateral which every time you send him something it is now not enough and is wanting more.  But can not get him to answer.  But if I can get him to answer me I will be working with internet crimes burro to send him a little surprise.  But he calls himself Garrott Gardner. So watch out!   

I never received anything from you aside from a fake Rolex. Pro tip - if you want to pull a collateral scam, don't send a Rolex that clearly comes from Hong Kong.

I'd imagine what happened is that someone else stole the packages from outside of my door. Open hall and all that. Sorry for your loss.

Btw - if anyone wants the PMs between this guy and me, you can get a decent laugh out of his scam attempts. He gives sob stories which change after every PM - everything from health problems to family tragedies to whatever. He wanted a 3 BTC loan in exchange for a COUNTERFEIT Rolex watch. He had a "bill of sale" and everything. Supposedly worth $2,000. Yeah right.

Nice try, but no dice. The reality of the situation is that you will not get a loan for a fake rolex. You will not get a (at the time) $800 loan for two Antminer S3s. I understand you WANTED that to happen (So you could run with the loan funds), but now you know better.

You can't shit a shitter. You just learned that.
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