I bought bitcoin on kijiji using e transfer
I dont have his her ID, phone number or anything. Just his email and full name.
Is there anything i can do? or im out of luck.
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What a waste of a post loldreammagic19 wrote: ↑ If you want an immediate answer, no
But I will give you one last thing you can try, you will read it at the end of my post.
If you want to read a few more words from me read on
My friend recently fell victim to a fraud, he sent 500 via e-transfer
And shortly after he received the transfer the fraudster stopped communicating with my friend
If it had been a civil matter I would have understood the TPS is not legally responsible to do anything, but this time the assigned officer had acknowledged it is a fraud
I thought the cops will be actively involved this time, but once again, cops are doing fabulously nothing
I am a hybrid mobile application developer
Let me assure you I am 10 times better than most people when it comes to gathering information on the Internet.
I am skilled enough to teach at universities
And I did a lot of research on the Internet, and learned, of course your bank can easily and quickly find out who took your money
Let's say I have 6000 dollars in my bank account
That doesn't mean I have 60 of beautiful 100 dollar bills stored securely in a bank location
is simply a number stored in the database of the bank
The crucial disadvantage you and my friend are facing at the moment, is you and he personally sent the money to the fraudsters.
Legally speaking, you and my friend were part of the "fraud process"
If it had been entirely done by the fraudster without you ( and my friend ) getting involved, then the bank could have reimbursed.
But that is not true in your case and in my friend's case. You and my friend personally sent the money to the fraudsters
And banks have different policies
Try to get the police officer to tell the bank
"This was officially a fraud and the bank must reimburse" then the bank might finally do something for you.
Jul 9th, 2020 3:22 pm
You see something, you filter it and/or water it down and/or modify it, so it matches your personal taste, and then store and/or respond buddy!! I agree with you I am not intelligent. What I do have is skills and experience. What, you can be rather unintelligent like me, but somehow manage to have gained a plenty of skills and experiences for the past several yearslamboman wrote: ↑ What a waste of a post lol
Instead of typing garbage you could have just told OP straight up, nothing can be done.
And how is OP commiting fraud? He did not voluntarily send the money. As a regular human being, we all see deals and jump on them. Not regarding if the circumstance is good or not, we just see how much we are saving. OP is the victim, he unknowingly sent the money thinking the other person is legit and not using the situation under his control. You are not making any sense, and for you to say that you are an intelligent person compared to others, is obscured. But anywho, I had a good laugh this morning. Cheers Mate.