An operation by Shane Smith, an independent business operator, located in Nanaimo BC Canada.
Bitcoins and other digital currencies may be purchased and sold using any of a number of different payment methods.
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Kenneth Henry - May 27, 2023
You can reach her via
Charlotte Logan - May 22, 2023
Thank me later she is a nice and calm trader i never thought online trade could be so helpful
you can contact her via:
Thomas James - May 15, 2023
wolfgang seeloff - October 16, 2018
NanaimoGold - September 30, 2017
> ..... I just found that and is hard to build trust after
> seeing that http://bittrust.org/nanaimo-gold
I see there are some more complaints posted. I can't help it. The senders have to get their
money back from Western Union. If they used a fake name to send, they
better have their original receipt. Whether the victims get their money
refunded or not, the scammers attack me for not playing along.
This job is very hard to make smooth. If you have any ideas on how to get
people to wise up to this shit, I'm all ears. As long as people are trying
to be incognito, crooks will encourage them to make their payments in the
shade. When they find out the cute russian girl is an ugly nigerian man,
it's too late.
I do match the IPs geo-location with the WU sending agents street address
but the stupid marks think I'm trying to investigate them when I insist on
no IP proxies for making the trade orders. I'm trying to protect them and
others but they think my insistence in turning off the TOR to make the
trade order somehow exposes them to taxes or other police actions. By that time, all I can do is not pick up the money and hope the sender can figure that out. I can't
I am going to have to identify people in order to stop this practice
completely, but people don't want that either. My website has many
warnings and explanations for the rules, but only in English and many of
the people getting scammed are not english speakers.
What to do?
Also, consider that 9 of 10 people who make trade requests are trying to
scam me. When I don't fall for it, they sometimes try to hurt me with
specious complaints in public.
Then there are that rabble of faggots that just hate me for telling them
to close their bedroom doors (stop talking about their hobbies on the public money forums). I don't want to hear about their deviant
behavior and when I said as much, I inadvertently gave them license to
practice all sort of crooked slander and criminality. Seems many of them
wanted to do the job I do and thought by hurting my reputation they might
gain some advantage in the marketplace.
And one other problem that has never been addressed, At least two darkweb bitcoin wallets are set up to steal. I don't know where any
particular bitcoin address is generated so I can't halt action based on that. It happens regularly that someone has a
wallet address at some site that just spends out the bitcoin
immediately after it arrives. Then I have to explain all that to the
ripped off customer and explain how to follow the bitcoin through the
blockchain. Frankly, it's easier for them to just blame me and not
understand how the receipt proves otherwise. Then they go public saying I
Bitcoin exchange has some problems, and I am doing what I can to uncover
their tricks, It's unfair to blame me for the actions of all these
Marc - July 14, 2017
jay desai - June 10, 2017
Dandy J - December 31, 2016
Sorry, forgot to include the link to my post below.
Dandy J - December 31, 2016
Nanaimo Gold - November 21, 2016
Scammers attempt to have some third party pay for their transaction. It works like this;
Rob convinces Mark to send Western Union to pay for some scam item (girlfriend/puppy/bribe to free millions from a Nigerian bank).
Mark sends money to an exchange service to pay for an order that Rob has submitted.
The exchanger, being no dummy after all these years, refuses the transaction. That allows Mark to figure out he has been scammed and go to WU to get his refund.
Western Union has over 300 "compliance regimes". In most of those they require the sender produce ID to get a refund. So, if Mark supplies Rob a fake name, who then passes that fake name to the exchanger and the exchanger refuses to be involved, There is NO WAY TO GET THE REFUND FROM WESTERN UNION.
Both the Scammer and his Mark are left wanting and come here to bitch and make up false charges against the exchanger. In these cases Nanmaimo Gold who very clearly indicates;
YOU MUST SEND MONEY USING A REAL NAME and
YOU MUST MAKE SUBMIT THE ORDER FROM YOUR LOCAL IP AND NOT USE A PROXY.
My refusing to pick up a WU transfer because it is apparently fraud does not warrant this slander! My time and money is often wasted by these crooks and my policy of ignoring them is justified.
If traders just follow the instructions, they have no problems. It's when they get cagey that they outsmart themselves.
nanaimo gold - October 29, 2016
This guy will rip you off.. He even emailed me about Harold Horn and was told me not to say anything about bitcoins.
Osama - September 9, 2016
I have been fraud by the nanaimogold.com and its owner Shane Smith after I transfer 190$ using WU he emailed me to change the receiver name from "Ron Bridges" to "Harold Horn" because as he said "Ron Bridges is no longer with us", after that he's gone to radio silence for a week I didn't receive any email from him and didn't get my BTC.
So watch out from him and his scam business .
Phoenix - August 16, 2016
MrPen - August 10, 2016
Mat Matthews - April 19, 2016
AM - March 12, 2016
Someone please stop this trust destroyer! Do not use this service! Is ain't a service but a scam!
Robert - February 25, 2016
He SCAMMED and steal so many people.
Can we in some way stop him ?
pall - January 30, 2016
stiv - January 15, 2016
the world will be a better place without nanaimogold
stiv - January 15, 2016
a little bit more clarification i did a WU transfer as per his scummy tricks sent payt to Jan Andersen of british colombia after that he went AWOL dead silent am just left to wonder how can he be so cheap to steal $200 and yet he says he has been in business for long does he mean the scummy biz i can upload the receipts as evidence if he denies as i have seen he always
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