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January 25, 2015, 11:47:51 AM
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Hi this is for accusation against: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=399152

I might be wrong so please confirm.
In this ponzi thread below . User Small(link above) said he sent money to the ponzi).

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=934289.0

The address of ponzi is: 1Mtu6BrHc5RG9d3jtTjVJmd3ijmjY4NDXp
Later the ponzi address sent money  - TXID
The sender has the address of Small as well.
Does it mean they are the same people ?
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January 26, 2015, 01:21:35 AM
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January 26, 2015, 11:19:07 PM
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Hi this is for accusation against: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=399152

I might be wrong so please confirm.
In this ponzi thread below . User Small(link above) said he sent money to the ponzi).

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=934289.0

The address of ponzi is: 1Mtu6BrHc5RG9d3jtTjVJmd3ijmjY4NDXp
Later the ponzi address sent money  - TXID
The sender has the address of Small as well.
Does it mean they are the same people ?

I think so. I have also never bothered to check if its true . I came across another such case of another ponzi.
Right here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=931111

The deposit address mentioned is : 1Swift461HnZnM5nxud2PE5SvEiHe8VU5
The last transaction links another linked address as: 1CandyPE2zp8TQ55BA9gUP4qgVHzzPdDQ7 - TXID

This address belongs to user   CandyStripes -   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=325115   , who is already negative trusted. So I wouldn't be surprised if he is involved in a scam or a Ponzi, or actually multiple ponzis.



Also, if you go to the other thread of SwiftPonzi right here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=925073   , then the deposit address for this was :

1JbhrVJ9pmrvkqQGdtYAALJX8iRWyy44i2

The last payout after no one was paid was this: TXID
Now if you click the next address: 17d9Rn9KhSFWwvwSEzLVcnRBZyw2kEK539  . The last transaction out of the 17d address was to this address; 1HQrEWWF4TAuc3chtLC8CXXSn9dGs8zDQP

which sends the last funds to 1redsY74u97ECVVKx7Gz9QWJWECUuzsrj - Which belongs to redsn0w , who is a trusted member, and whom I don't doubt. But he might be able to confirm , who was the sender of the funds to him. (Probably going to be Candystripes only )

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January 26, 2015, 11:25:55 PM
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It was no secret, ponzi operator always use fake deposit to attract investor.
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January 26, 2015, 11:27:20 PM
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haha, its no doubt that some of the ponzis are made by gamblers. So better not invest your btc to these ponzis or else you're feeding this people gambling addictions Tongue
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January 27, 2015, 01:39:34 PM
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you can play at casinos or "play" a small amount in ponzies. you can never know when they close Smiley
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January 27, 2015, 02:33:19 PM
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haha, its no doubt that some of the ponzis are made by gamblers. So better not invest your btc to these ponzis or else you're feeding this people gambling addictions Tongue

It was no secret, ponzi operator always use fake deposit to attract investor.


you can play at casinos or "play" a small amount in ponzies. you can never know when they close Smiley

You guys are misinterpreting the op. He is not complaining about ponzis, but a certain Member who is running a ponzi and promoting it with his account.
I posted about another member with a similar case.

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January 28, 2015, 12:24:56 AM
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haha, its no doubt that some of the ponzis are made by gamblers. So better not invest your btc to these ponzis or else you're feeding this people gambling addictions Tongue

It was no secret, ponzi operator always use fake deposit to attract investor.


you can play at casinos or "play" a small amount in ponzies. you can never know when they close Smiley

You guys are misinterpreting the op. He is not complaining about ponzis, but a certain Member who is running a ponzi and promoting it with his account.
I posted about another member with a similar case.

don't you have any business to promote? Smiley
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January 29, 2015, 01:29:32 PM
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haha, its no doubt that some of the ponzis are made by gamblers. So better not invest your btc to these ponzis or else you're feeding this people gambling addictions Tongue

It was no secret, ponzi operator always use fake deposit to attract investor.


you can play at casinos or "play" a small amount in ponzies. you can never know when they close Smiley

You guys are misinterpreting the op. He is not complaining about ponzis, but a certain Member who is running a ponzi and promoting it with his account.
I posted about another member with a similar case.

don't you have any business to promote? Smiley

You might s well give me your ponzi name, I will promote it Wink

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January 29, 2015, 02:22:32 PM
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haha, its no doubt that some of the ponzis are made by gamblers. So better not invest your btc to these ponzis or else you're feeding this people gambling addictions Tongue

It was no secret, ponzi operator always use fake deposit to attract investor.


you can play at casinos or "play" a small amount in ponzies. you can never know when they close Smiley

You guys are misinterpreting the op. He is not complaining about ponzis, but a certain Member who is running a ponzi and promoting it with his account.
I posted about another member with a similar case.

don't you have any business to promote? Smiley

You might s well give me your ponzi name, I will promote it Wink

hehehe. look! there is one person with a sense of humor here. too many angry guys here.  Smiley
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