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THE QUEEN OF CARDS: LEGIT OR SCAM?

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the queen of hearts is a vendor in which i found on the hidden wiki. she/he claims to offer amazing prices for Western Union money transfers. does anyone have any information pertaining to her service? are there any reccomendations that anyone may have to offer regarding how to ensure that i dont lose my money or how to verify if a vendor/market is truthful with their offers?

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I posted this on reddit and ill reiterate it here:

Its a scam.

I put through my money in BTC and got no reply. even have the transaction ID’s and everything as having gone through. After being ignored for 3 days, TQC came online on torchat. As soon as i shot her a message, she went off. Unfortunately, I logged off too and now I cant access it again.

My account has also been deleted and wont let me gain access to it, so i signed up another one. Of course, moderators will delete that one too along with any messages I may have wanted to use.

So now im out 250ish AUD, waiting on a WU transfer that wont come. I either want my BTC back or the transfer to happen or im going to start doing shit to fuck with them until they fix the situation. Id rather spend thousands fucking them over, just like they fuck over everyone else, then get their shills to make out like things are going well.

Heed the warning, people. Avoid this site as well as Hackmasters Trust. Those are also scammers (there goes ANOTHER 200 bux).

-Lix

Transaction details:
08/11/2015 14:09
0.75500189
Sent to 1ENq4id5WJiqZajsDf4nVKwbmwG5A6uDxt
txid 5d4034f3fb1ec9577b98cfaae5571c7c25a3710fd518aad0725ffb835ce0a0de

https://blockchain.info/address/1ENq4id5WJiqZajsDf4nVKwbmwG5A6uDxt

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I send him or her 200 dollars the last friday and I send like 50 mails and messages but still no answer so obviously scam. I dont think I will get an answer but if I do I will post it again

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Hi everyone and josh! How are you all doing? I hope fine. In answer josh, Queen of Hearts is a scam. I tried them roughly a day ago for WU and after I sent my BTCs, they/she changed her e-mail, thereby cutting off all correspondence. She nicely corresponded up until the point of getting the BTCs from me.

  • BigBlackWolf answered 3 years ago
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I have also been stolen by these people, bad experience!
After depositing not respond, the messages are moderated by the administrator (swindler) anonymiss and TheQueenOfCards. They are not women! The alleged customers (all) users are created by the same thieves. You can check on (Date Income) and (Last activity) in the profile of each user. Usually customers will never again be in line after positive comments or shopping. I also saw that the transactions were made the same day, but I could tell many things that look very coordinated in time and talks different users created themselves. I have been connected to Tor too many hours and questions / answers appear at times that administrators or moderators are online. It has a Bitcoin payment platform programmed in Java: queenofcards.info (TQC Bitcoin Payment Service) a hosted domain on Namesilo.com (of course offers anonymous WHOIS and payment Bitcoin) A Whois query that delivers information ICAN (probably false) Name: Queen Cards Street: 4782 SW 5CT City: Fort Lauderdale State: FL Postalcode: 33319 Country: United States Telephone: +1.7542863321 Phone Type: geographic: Florida Email: [email protected] I created a user and I could ask a few questions before giving away my money to these people. Now I can not post any message, if you are the administrator can disable some functions to certain users, it is normal in such cases. Maybe I get carried away by my girlfriend by the desire for a quick buck. I mentioned private messages to other users and are also awaiting information or message without any response. I created another email and contacted again to see the reaction of these scammers, they responded immediately to be a new fish to take the bait, but I just want to see what happened and go to my bed to rest and finish writing this message. I do not recommend anyone this page. I know I made a mistake, but worst of all is that not see before in the web surface.

  • Hello It's really a scam answered 3 years ago
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SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Help me to help others. Please donate whatever bitcoin you can so I can put a huge ad on TOR to let people know to stay away. It costs about 4 bit coin for a front page ad. Even a dollar would help.

From someone who got scammed.

My bitcoin account

{take this bullshit elsewhere}

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yes its a scam.
i made made payment with btc ,later after payment no answer & no service provided.

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I bought one of her/his card services 24 hour ago – And now no-one is responding to mails – So i guess it is a scam.
If it’s not, i will post again.

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They are SCAM…. Do not give your money to them…. I wish we could just shut such vendors down.

  • Mr Mojo Jojo answered 3 years ago
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Dude wtf is this? I am about to buy from them. I will get a minimal transfer of $200 and update what happens next.

  • PunkofRock75 answered 3 years ago
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Now they use queenfastpay.info

I got scammed big time!! Thank god I tried $100 thinking I was hustling them.

wow how stupid of me not doing research. I did research for queenfastpay.info and not for queenofcards.

DO NOT GET SCAMMED

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So, I am reminiscing right now and looking back at where is all began for me, “the Hidden Wiki”

You must admit though, they are very clever. Yes, I was scammed by TQC, yes they talk to you right until you pay. It behooves me to think that, after 2 years, they’re still scamming people. If you look at the blockchain, some of the wallet address’s have over 200,000 USD dollars in transactions in less than one month.

After finding the real thing and process of all their “services” you look back and read their methods, you can tell they are 100% scam artists, nothing is that easy to do.

It took me approximately one year of constant tutorials, research, trial and error and work to have my own system where I can now safely use CVVs and Paypal’s in a very fulfilling way. I can turn 40USD into 4-5,000 USD without any real effort.

take my advice: start with this website: deepdotweb, DO YOUR RESEARCH BEFORE DIVING INTO THE DEPTHS of the Deep web. and know, always know there are risks !, and will always be risks.

So NO HIDDEN WIKI GUYS, c’mon… it isnt that easy.

Regards,

TE.

  • The Expert answered 1 year ago
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I’m going to be fully honest.
I’m new to this deep web stuff and for weeks I was thinking she was legit because I saw comments from 2013 and onwards and then I would message her and get a fast reply sometimes she would be paranoid and think I’m a ‘federeal agent’ but when i did go ahead and finally found someone to buy bitcoins off (Bear in mind i’m from the UK) I sent 1.5118 Bitcoins to her wallet and then i made a note and in that note I told her what address and what name i wanted on the card. On the site where you can make a note, you can click a setting to to inform you when that person has read the note. I sent it to queen in a email. (Bear in mind this was last saturday night} I posted a message on her web and she said “understand that I cannot post because service is not avaliable please confirm you recieved tracking via email” after that i posted I hadn’t recieved anything and she didn’t respond. I tried emailing her a number of times for this ‘tracking link’ no response I then added her on ICQ she would come online and then I would say “Queen?” and she would respond “Hi how may i help” and when i address my problem about not recieving no tracking” she doesn’t reply and then she goes offline and appears back on hours later. She had changed her online status to appear offline when she was still online hence the fact that i got a notification regarding this. I then messaged her again and said “I need help” she said “how may i help” i said i need help with my order” she said “ok” and when i stated the issue she ignored me. so itried another tatic i made a new email and account and queen responded to me ever so fast because she thought I was a new customer so I had been officially scammed of £240 pound in UK money. and the link i sent her with the note I clicked on it to see if it had been read and it hadn’t. How could she send me a tracking link if she hasn’t read the note? What hurts me is, I was so excited about this card and it was all a scam. I have pictures of the chat of me being ignored and sometimes Queen wouldn’t come online for 2days. I am happy to send pictures [email protected] DONT trust them. She can suck her mum and drop down dead.

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DO NOT BUY FROM THEM !!!! its a huge fucking scam! i sent them $250 btc stupid i am
so far no reply whats so ever

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[email protected] is also a BIG SCAM ……. Never Trust him…. Just burnt my $200

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Hi all, I’m a victim too. Check out this link:

http://www.prlog.org/12480722-the-queen-of-cards-tqc-fires-back.html

Any intel gathered on these cunts and supporters, please send it my way. Thanks

Hey Lix, lemme know how i can help.

J.

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Yep, they got me too. Sent in 200 for their 1500 WU deal yesterday. No response from these “ladies” ever since. All those comments on their websites are fake. Stupid Stupid Stupid on me! Karma is a bitch “Queen” and it will get you, you rotten piece of garbage. And that’s goes double for MrFungi too. Another scammer.

BURN IN HELL QUEEN!

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oh man.. thank god. I was just about to give them a try..
What a convincing page and forum they have!!
BTW, I lost 200$ to another prick named xillia. So I was careful this time to research a bit. Beware of this guy names Xillia his site says ´´Financial quest ´´. I thought i would share , hoping it will save few from these scammers.

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Wow I can’t believe how dumb people are there really is a sucker born every minute lmao thanks for the laughs u guys deserve to get beat for a) trying to steal yourselves b) thinking you get something for nothing. Didn’t anyone ever tell you if it’s to good to be true then it is. Get a job.

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Do not use this scam site! They answer your questions to make you think that they are for real and after you give them your bitcoin you don’t exist to them. Your forum posts will not show up anymore and your emails will be ignored.

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yup its a scam.
i made purchase, no answer & no service provided.
i couldnt even post on chat
bogus!
how do we get rid of them?

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