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Have you posted a list of known scammers on this forum?Do you need any additional evidence to have me put the scumbag on said list that I noted recently to the admins?Especially, will the community post their IP address as logged to make others aware of both their localities and to allow their tracking in other forums, especially #dogecoin and elsewhere? I want to openly shame the city where my scammer resides and I know your system has already logged it.An additional suggestion: Prevent those using an VPN proxy from using this forum if not already done. This may help reduce Doge Poo going forth.Gracias, OkieDoge
I have stickied the top 5 escrow/middleman in this forum.
remove OfficialEscrow from this list if he is on it. had great feedback, then walked away with 300k doge last night.
We should have a sticky with verified paypal accounts that unfortunately are scammers.Having a long-term verified paypal account doesn't guarantee it will be safe to trade for various reasons (ie. account stolen).For those who don't know how to check if paypal is verified (repeating myself from other thread):https://www.paypal.com/us/verified/pal=email_hereReplace email_here with email you want to check, paste into browser address, log in to your paypal and you'll get the nfo.
Heres a test to do when someone sends you paypal money for doges-try sending just 1$ back to the same paypal email address they sent from-if it says 'account cannot receive incoming transactions' or something similar or it says that the 1$ is 'unclaimed' it means their account is limited/frozen in someway because of (i know of no other reason) fraudulent activity on their account. Then you can either-refund the money 100% and say you want nothing to do with the person or accept the money and send doge and not be surprised when they chargeback/file a dispute with paypal the next day (not recommended).
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