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Got scammed/robbed on Steam and no idea how it happened...
Netherlands flxnbxn 
Sooo first of all no i DONT use any shady websites for trading/gambling whatever. i DONT add any random people on steam i DONT click any random links i DONT do any of that squetchy stuff.. I had a talon knife worth around 250€ and wanted to sell it on the official steam market didnt matter to me they take 30-40€ i just wanna sell it on the official freaking steam market so nothing can happen i use the steam app for verification on login and on selling stuff on everything basically. So i put in my knife yesterday evening before going to sleep for around 200€ so i have to verify it on my phone im double/tripplle checking the amount someone should pay for it YES it was 200€. Then after waking up i have 3 emails from steam first -> knife got sold i got the 200€ to my steam wallet next email legit 1 minute later during the night "You want to activate family viewer blablabla use this code if you didnt activate this yourself change your password asap" and third email -> "You bought the p2000 fucking shitt skin ( worth 0,01 ofc ) for 200€ ... So basically within 2 minutes my knife got sold for 200€ which is the only thing i wanted to happen and i verified on my phone and then my steam account/someone somehow instantly bought a p2000 skin thats worth nothing for the entire 200€ all happening while im sleeping and while im having every security method steam has activated... !??!?!? Everyone tells me chance i get the money back are definitly 0% even tho i didnt do any scamming sites didnt get scammed by someone adding me only using the official steam market with official security not doing anything wrong... anyone has any experience close to this? :(
2019-10-10 17:41
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#1
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Denmark iLoVeReD 
That's because you used tor browser without VPN
2019-10-10 17:42
#2
masq | 
Czech Republic Puget1 
someone scammed me off my p2k and I got a shitty knife instead :/
2019-10-10 17:43
#28
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Germany MackyGee 
f
2019-10-10 18:07
Banger
2019-10-10 18:10
#54
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United States Phenoom 
nt donhaci
2019-10-10 18:23
that sucks men(
2019-10-10 19:21
wow how did i reply to 110+ comments and didnt notice that number 2 was the funny guy already :O
2019-10-10 19:27
#3
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Bosnia and Herzegovina V3DO 
TLDR???
2019-10-10 17:43
#5
MarKE | 
Mexico MarKeGOAT 
he sold knife via steam with code verification everything normal but knife got sold instantly and something bought a p200 for $200 instantly too so he lost all his money
2019-10-10 17:45
#4
MarKE | 
Mexico MarKeGOAT 
That seems weird asf, try contacting steam support
2019-10-10 17:44
Sounds sketchy
2019-10-10 17:45
#7
god | 
Turkey style_ 
F
2019-10-10 17:46
#8
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United States JoshDAA 
Some scammers go to websites that sell old unused login info and then try to use that old login info like a username ir password and then try to enter the victims current accounts like instagram or steam. So if you never changed you password before and used the same password for everything then that may be a reason why your account got hacked
2019-10-10 17:47
How did they get past mobile verification (in his case)?
2019-10-10 17:49
#10
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United States JoshDAA 
Idk, maybe the guy already had access to his account before
2019-10-10 17:50
#11
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United States JoshDAA 
Tbh i think this story is bullshit
2019-10-10 17:50
I mean think what you want happened exactly like this basically losing 200€ knife while sleeping cuz someone/something somehow manages to spend the 200€ instantly on a 0,01 skin and i have no idea how the fuck that happened with the phone steam app
2019-10-10 18:01
#19
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United States JoshDAA 
Show us your market history to sound more credible
2019-10-10 18:02
I should send you a picture to proof that someone stole me around 200€ ? the fuck is your logic brazzer
2019-10-10 18:04
What's the problem? 2 simple clicks.
2019-10-10 18:06
besides the fact i dont even know how to do that in 2 clicks if you have ANYTHING to say to help me and you feel like sharing that information how about just do it? If you just want a imgur to laugh about me getting someone robbed a knife without any context or idea how it happened i dont see how an imgur of me losing a knife helps you otherwise in any kind of way
2019-10-10 18:08
steamcommunity.com/market/ My market history tab. Nobody can help you here, only Steam support. We are asking for proof, because thing like this shouldn't happen, therefore, extremely unbelievable.
2019-10-10 18:11
If you can make up any kind of logic in your brain why i would make up such a story then you should really consider seeing a doctor bro cuz thats some weird ass logic you have but yeah i feel you you only here to tell me it didnt happen thanks bud
2019-10-10 18:30
Lmao, instead of posting a screenshot you type me that kind of stuff. I treat it as a bait now. Don't bother to reply as well.
2019-10-10 18:32
2019-10-10 19:04
#126
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United States JoshDAA 
Oh shit its real, but how did he buy the item and buy the uso without confirming it through your mobile authenticator
2019-10-10 19:55
#127
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United States JoshDAA 
Also why dont you report the guy that bought your knife and the account that the p200 was bought from?
2019-10-10 19:56
What If he has an Android phone? If hacker knew his e-mail, password and phone number, could he use emulator to emulate his phone number, download Steam app and simply log in? Sounds too primitive to be true, but might be a part of the puzzle.
2019-10-10 18:03
Do you need verification for buying?
2019-10-10 17:50
#13
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United States JoshDAA 
Yes, if you dont have mobile verification then you have to wait 15 days for your item to be put into the market, and when yiu buying something without mobile verification then the item is held for 15 days and you can get a refund if you didnt buy the item
2019-10-10 17:53
To log into his account to buy an item.
2019-10-10 17:53
no
2019-10-10 17:54
#16
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
Pic of market history pls
2019-10-10 17:56
Nothing left in my inventory you could scam me for bro only had that one knife ... if you wanna give tips feel free bro..
2019-10-10 18:03
#24
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
Just wanted a pic of you actually buying the p200 skin for 200eur
2019-10-10 18:04
#25
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Switzerland LordVoldemort 
+1
2019-10-10 18:05
i understood that but it makes no sense to me why you need a piciture of it to tell me what you wanna tell i guess to make fun about it here you go dude gyazo.com/dbe04ec45103f6b2ebd0d95c6bd789..
2019-10-10 19:04
Steam support is waiting brother
2019-10-10 18:00
I wish bro i wish... everyone telling me there is exactly 0% chance i get anything back even tho i didnt do anything wrong/squetchy
2019-10-10 18:02
Its true, you wont get anything back. There must be a scam at some point. read #30 and maybe copy and paste the full emails hre, especially the second. Get rid of all private infor before that ofc.
2019-10-10 18:10
Hello xy, We've received a request to enable Family View on your Steam account. Here's the code you need: xxxxxx If you did not attempt this action, please change your password immediately. Thanks for helping us maintain the security of your account.
2019-10-10 18:13
did you check where the email came from? Can you copy and paste the EXACT mail it came from?
2019-10-10 18:14
its the same email adress as from every other official steam purchase/sell i did before noreply@blablabla thats the official one i checked that
2019-10-10 18:15
just copy and paste the whole thing please. Or look at every charachter yourself if they slightly changed anything or whatever. I dont wanna make you look dumb or anything, im just trying to find out what was going on
2019-10-10 18:17
Getting this email 1 minute after i get the email "You sold an item on the steam market" which was the knife that i wanted to sell so all good so far its like 5am in the night when someone buys it so yes im sleeping. then 1 minute later i get that email with the family view shitt and 1 min later someone spends the 200€ to buy a p2000.....
2019-10-10 18:14
was your phone or any computer you used logged in and someone you live with or whatever pulled a retarded prank on you? You can buy stuff without confirmation etc, but if you use your phone for 2 way auth, I dont think there is a way to access your account without it. SO maybe it happened of a PC or laptop where you where logged in?
2019-10-10 18:19
nah man was nobody in reallife that i know doing that 100% not mate i was sleeping like at 3am in the morning waking up at 8am during that time it gets sold and someone spends the money there is not a single human beeing in my life able to do that like not a human i know personally..
2019-10-10 18:20
whats tripping me is the fact that it happened right after the knife got sold, like someone was just waiting. Did/do you have any family sharing with anyone? Shared libraries etc
2019-10-10 18:23
Nope nothing like that profil is private everything but yeah i thought the same legit like people/grps have programms scanning when knifes get put on the market or get sold on the market so someone has +200 on his wallet idk like i know for a fact i dont do any squetchy shitt etc thats why im so frustrated that support probably will only answer "we dont dublicate items bye see ya" even tho thats not even the point cuz selling the knife for 200€ was totally legit and got confirmed by me from phone and thats not the issues
2019-10-10 18:32
Read #74 If you use those steamlogins, Im pretty confident, that this is how it happened, as it 100% checks out with what happened. Basically you used a fakelogin at some point, including the authenticator code and they used that immediately to login and create a steam api key, which basically keeps them logged in. And as soon as money goes to your wallet, they get a skin on the market for as much as your wallet holds and buy it. The account that sold the skin will be the scammer account. You should 100% report them to steamsupport, as the money is probably still on their wallet or whatever. I dont think they will restore that money to your wallet, but it may be worth a try.
2019-10-10 18:37
Fuck humans for real... 99% sure the only site i ever used the steam login on is csmoney... not 100% but 99% gonna double check that now in my history so fucking insane how people can professionally steal other peoples money online and never get punished for it ever in their reallife
2019-10-10 18:40
csmoney is one of the most replicated sites. I cant tell you where the fakelinks appear or whatever, but this must be how it went down :/ Would be interesting if you find anything suspicious in your history. You remember that at any point you tried to login there and it gave you and errormsg or you somehow had to login again, as if you got logged out? I assume they let you login and once they have the login they fast forward you to the real site but you wont be logged in or maybe the can even log you in at the same time. hard to tell
2019-10-10 18:42
And thats a 100% case for steam support you know that? Like i read that several times "we dont dublicate items blablabla" but in this case i mean I HAVE the item that i dont want a shitty 0,01 p2000 skin... and someone else ( can obvly see the steam acc who "sold" the p2000 skin for 200€ ) has the money so its a kinda clear thing no? Its just factually impossible to proof that i was sleeping and not pressing anybuttons to buy a pistol skin for 200 euros... thats the only argument i guess against it?
2019-10-10 18:47
It does sound kinda clear to me and I dont know how the scammers are using the money. If they buy skins they will have a tradeban for a while. I think it takes some time to make use of the scammed money, so maybe steamsupport can just ban those accounts and if they are nice, they give the money back to your wallet. They should also be able to see from where the other login came. I wish you best luck!
2019-10-10 18:50
Yeah thats what i thought aswell im logging into that account from the same area ( ip aswell i guess ? ) for the past 5-6 month so this should SOMEHOW be possible for them to see that this clearly was someone else and not me or am i naiv to hope for that? ... but yeah probably they took out the 200€ wallet within seconds and steam support is like "gtfo kid you think we care" ... the mix of anger/helpless feeling is the worst tho never had that thanks anyways for the wishes. btw looks like you able to type as braindeadly fast as me nice one brazzer
2019-10-10 18:54
Thanks and yeah I can type kinda fast :D Im not using all fingers though. 3 on the right hand and 4 on the left XD
2019-10-10 18:55
when you received that email did you change your password?
2019-10-23 16:34
Ask them to check account that was selling p2k. Maybe its a bot
2019-10-10 18:25
but you DO watch porn and those sites are riddled with virus stuff
2019-10-10 18:07
me thinking there is a 0,01% chance anyone on hltv ever had the same thing happening to him and maybe has a tip or any kind of help -> reading this comment and realizing there wasnt any chance
2019-10-10 18:10
"You want to activate family viewer blablabla use this code if you didnt activate this yourself change your password asap" Unless you wrote something wrong, this is the key. Did you use any code or whatever? This soudns weird, why would you need a code if you didnt do something? So all that happened while you where sleeping and not on your pc or phone?
2019-10-10 18:08
exactly which makes me think the only reasonable explaantion is a full blown hack right? That someone was able to just log in my account and do that which still blows my mind and i dont realize why i still have my rifles left even tho its only 50-60€ but yeah sucks so hard to JUST get a knife and within hours this shitt happens i play csgo since 3 years never had anything happening to me ever on steam
2019-10-10 18:11
Here is the thing: the scam used your money to buy something cheap. the account that SOLD that p250 skin is the scammer. To trade skins you need an extra confirmation and it seems he ahd no way of doing that. Im readng around and trying to find out what exactly could have happened here, but I would guess some kind of phishing. If you really didnt click any links, have shared libraries with anyone etc, I think it must have been fishing.
2019-10-10 18:16
#31
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Netherlands Boutdis 
Post screenshot of trade history
2019-10-10 18:09
#40
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Russia Blyatmen 
steam support wont help
2019-10-10 18:14
if u have a game key that u activated in your steam account u can save your account from steam support.(sorry for my bad england)
2019-10-10 18:16
what do you mean? :O explain pls i bought csgo officially when it still costed money official through steam library
2019-10-10 18:18
Some people telling me there is a small chance they give me the money back only ONE time per account they would do that but i just cant believe it happens :(
2019-10-10 18:18
Maaan you are in bad situation, if u prove somehell steam support that u bought cs go like email or sms ect. You can still save it
2019-10-10 18:26
steam support, fuck those saying they won't help, something is better than nothing
2019-10-10 18:20
i wrote them already bro im not that stupid to write hltv first its 8 hours ago already i opened the ticket i know i guess it can take days... but yeah just so fucking frustrated and helpless cuz i dont do any fishy sites or anything use the official security methods and get robbed the 200€ for my knife within minutes its just insane what ppl can do somehow
2019-10-10 18:22
#49
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Japan Hentai_Guy 
So ur telling me u watched these emails come through about u selling things on steam and then enabling shit on ur account and u just sat there and didn't do anything lmao
2019-10-10 18:20
I dont expect you to read everything in here but no thats not what happened you missunderstood that. I am waking up at 8am in the morning seeing these emails on my phone ( emails from like 5am in the morning/night ) and obviously INSTANTLY changing my steam password and everything but that doesnt change the fact someone spend the 200€ while im sleeping or does it? .....
2019-10-10 18:23
#57
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Japan Hentai_Guy 
But it still sold on ur account right? XD
2019-10-10 18:24
#58
rain | 
Lithuania Planum 
He was sleeping pepelaugh
2019-10-10 18:24
I mean im just chilling watching a movie and writing here in the small small hope someone had the same scam going on and got help but i really wish i would understand what people like you are motivated by.. going into a thread where someone got scammed just making fun about it or not believing the story like it would make any sense for me to lie about it rofl
2019-10-10 18:26
#72
rain | 
Lithuania Planum 
What? I think you completely misunderstood my comment. I was correcting #49, since he clearly didn't read your whole post. I understand your situation as I was scammed of a falchion fade fn two weeks ago.
2019-10-10 18:32
ok sry.. thing is most people that get "scammed" get added on steam by someone and then do some weird shady shitt and thats why steam support probably wont do shitt cuz in 99% of the cases its your own fault for going on shady sites or anything but thats not the case .(
2019-10-10 18:37
bro, it was 1 minute after selling a 200$ knife, so of course he was asleep instantly.
2019-10-10 19:06
#133
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Japan Hentai_Guy 
Bruh bruh bruh
2019-10-10 22:39
Feels like you're not telling us something.
2019-10-10 18:21
Or he simply doesnt know its relevant or how it happened
2019-10-10 18:23
Key point is how somebody got past mob. auth. Prolly caught some shit from surfing the web. Still no Market history screenshot btw.
2019-10-10 18:26
Yeah I dont know how it works, but then on the other side, I already had 2-3 people from my friendslist that I know, whos accounts started seding out links to everyone on their list. I still dont know how that is possible with mob. auth. Oo
2019-10-10 18:28
#128
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United States JoshDAA 
You dont need mobile auth to send messages, and alot of my steam friends got hacked to due to entering scammy sites
2019-10-10 20:01
Idk whole story just seems weird imo, plus the fact he doesnt show market transaction of the said bought p2000. Unless its some game breaking scam method or he shares/bought his account it doesnt seem likely with mobile authentication.
2019-10-10 18:30
"How does the fraudster actually access the account? I have mobile authenticator enabled?! You may attempt to log into one of these fake sites, under the impression that you're visiting the real deal. There's no shame in admitting that, plenty of smart people have fallen for it. There are a number of tricks scammers have used to make fake-looking Steam login pages, but one of the more recent is a rather convincing fake popup. If you enter your username and password, they won't be passed directly to Steam. Instead, they'll be sent to a remote server or computer, where the scammer will automatically try and log themselves in with the information you entered. If you provide incorrect information, the server will pass that back to you, showing you Steam's invalid details error message, just like you'd expect from the real Steam login page. If you provide the correct information - which the phishing site can tell by trying your password - the server will then ask for your mobile authenticator code in a realistic-looking second dialog asking for your code. If you enter your code (please don't), the server uses it to fully log in to your Steam account. NOTE: These scammers won't be able to directly confirm trades as they don't have access to your mobile authenticator, but as we'll see, they can effectively work around it. What happens once the scammer has access to your account? Once the fraudster has access to a Steam account, they generate a Steam API key for the Steam account. They no longer need to be logged into your Steam account at this point, but they may still remain logged in as a fallback option. Scammers count on victims not knowing what an API key is, much less that Steam has them or the level of control over your account such keys provide. Using your API key, among other things, the scammer can accept (but not confirm), decline, and cancel trade offers automatically, and they can continue doing this forever." This must be the key. I dont know if he did any or that or will admit, but after looking around alot, this is still the only option I know. I could also bet he uses chrome. Those scams look alot more real with chrome.
2019-10-10 18:33
yep i use chrome and yeah 99% sure i only used steam login on csmoney and nowhere else ever in my life but yes you probably right its the only thing that my brain even understands how people would be able to do that... game feels so ruined for me even tho that shitt has nothing to do with the game but its just insane how easy that seems to be
2019-10-10 18:42
To be fair, its not easy at all to make a proper fake. I have seen 3 fakelogins myself in the last years and 2 of them looked really bad and one was "okay", but still visibly fake. The thing is they make the popup appear with the URL as part of an image, while not displaying the actual URL of that window. So if you look at it, you see an authentic steam link, but in reality its just a picture or coded into a window that is on a different URL. I dont know how steam support treats those scams though, thats up to you to find out I guess.
2019-10-10 18:46
Did you check that the csmoney was the real one? theres alot of videos and discussions around the fake ones that are almost identical to the real one. if you didnt check that then they got your login information that way (email, password, phone number, ip etc etc.) also, its common sense to change your passwords after a certain amount of time. your story is little sus anyway.
2019-10-10 19:31
yup only responded to people for fun cuz i had nothing better to do and then i 500 iq faked a 1:1 original screenshot and uplodated it to gyazo to proof all of that..... very sus very sus
2019-10-10 19:35
it took you very long time to post the screenshot and you were questioning why people wanted to see it. but thats not the point, did you check the csmoney was the real one or not when you used it?
2019-10-10 19:39
not to forget the steam accounts in the sreenshots are real and exist since years one of them that account i obviously had to hack to fake the screenshot and make up this story ... holy fk some people
2019-10-10 19:36
gyazo.com/dbe04ec45103f6b2ebd0d95c6bd789.. here you go bro now give me all the laughs you have man
2019-10-10 19:02
Im not a evil person that think scams are fun, sorry for your loss. No idea how it happend, most likely some phishing site idk the german guy had a good theory aswell. Doubt steam support can help but worth a try, never got scammed in csgo myself been very cautious. Even tho it sucks getting scammed, its better to get scammed on 200€~ then 1k or more.
2019-10-10 20:20
true dat but kinda feels like 1k or more when your most expensive skin ever before that knife was a 10€ ak
2019-10-10 20:44
I fucking wish.................. only thing i didnt wrote in that fucking long monologue was that the knife was a gift of a friend i didnt even spend money for it. And i just wanted to fucking sell it on the official community market to get like 170-180€ for it and buy myself a huntsman knife for it............. i was about to just sell it for the minimum price already where you get the money within seconds but then i thought "aaah fuck it just put it on the market for 205 and go to sleep maybe someone buys it in that time" and then i wake up and knife+money gone............... never felt that stupid ever
2019-10-10 18:24
the person that bought the knife for 200, also got you to buy the p250 for 200. so they got your knife + money back. its the same person. you at some point went to a phishing link. no other way if this is the real story.
2019-10-23 16:43
#61
Malta VEG4 
wtf thats werid
2019-10-10 18:25
someone who knew your password, friend or someone, its my only explanation. or... your brother scammed you
2019-10-10 18:26
BROOOOO i wish i had a small brother that would do that shitt so i could give him a punch on his head and say gtfo and story is over but sadly its not that easy....
2019-10-10 18:27
Yes someone hacked steam servers and instead of stealing credit card info they stole your crappy knife. I'm sorry bro but your system isn't secure.
2019-10-10 18:31
#81
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Canada thelegend27 
#73
2019-10-10 18:46
send a screenshot of your market history
2019-10-10 18:52
send any kind of positive tip you have that you would need a screenshot for first to believe me that this rly happened cuz hint ( yes it rly happened and im not writing with random people for 1 hour without any reason no i would jerkk of to my new knife i bought for 200€ if this was a fake story )
2019-10-10 18:55
#89
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Denmark nrth_LUL 
Give me 1 reason you can't go to your account details and open gyazo take a screenshot then post the link. Ill give you a reason why you should, so people stop asking and start believeing you.
2019-10-10 18:57
gyazo.com/dbe04ec45103f6b2ebd0d95c6bd789.. here you go guys now show me all the memes you had prepared to make fun of me
2019-10-10 19:01
Da heck somebody would laugh at you? And you wrote to me all kinds of bullshit. Judging from your posts it seems like you have some mental issues here. Insecurity issues?
2019-10-10 19:05
Aha... it just makes no sense to me if someone tells me he got robbed and stolen his wallet and he wants a tip to get his wallet back i dont respond to him "please send me the not needed picture of your stolen wallet first even tho i clearly believe you and its a sad thing that happened but i wanna see that picture first tho even tho that has nothing in it to help us or anything just wanna look at it for the lulz u know" dont rly understand that logic but all good im tilted anyways u know why :()
2019-10-10 19:06
"...anything just wanna look at it for the lulz u know" This is your problem here, you assume too much.
2019-10-10 19:08
I am not assuming im trying to figure out what a human would ever think to ask for that in that context as i tried to explain you.
2019-10-10 19:10
Because da fuck should I use Steam Guard If another user says somehow some fucks got past the crucial piece that was designed to keep the scammers away and scammed you?! Ofc it would be unbelievable. Can you use your brain? I don't see anything wrong with posting a screenshot, I would've done it immediately.
2019-10-10 19:13
You still didnt get the point bro i never said there is something wrong with it all good thanks for helping
2019-10-10 19:14
#88
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Portugal M4dMauz 
Hey guys, I got a FN usp-s kill confirmed (126€ on steam) and I want to buy either bowie knife crimson web FT or huntsman knife crimson web FT, where should I go??
2019-10-10 18:57
#91
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Brazil dan1zika 
my steam and give it to me
2019-10-10 19:02
#92
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Portugal M4dMauz 
zikou
2019-10-10 19:02
bitskins
2019-10-23 16:46
thats why you use mobile authentication
2019-10-10 19:05
Thats what i use. you scrolled that far down with that many comments and didnt read that? :(
2019-10-10 19:06
didn't read any comments, also 0/8
2019-10-10 19:08
thanks bro nice response
2019-10-10 19:10
well he said he did
2019-10-10 19:14
well he is obviously baiting
2019-10-10 19:19
Found the guy that has the knife in the inventory and the spike on the Steam market graph with correct price. Seems plausible.
2019-10-10 19:29
if you think this is a "bait" mister brutal_bloke you legit lost any kind of connection to reality
2019-10-10 19:37
calls this a bait with a screenshot in his face and 2 steam accounts you can find one of them even public with my knife in his inventory cuz that part was legit and what i wanted to do
2019-10-10 19:38
stop baiting, it's your second account who sold you the pistol, your bait is too obv
2019-10-10 19:41
You legit mental if you think that
2019-10-10 20:44
sure
2019-10-10 23:46
#105
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Brazil NahT_ 
i cant help you with that but i hope you get your knife or the 200 euros back mate, gl
2019-10-10 19:11
#106
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United Kingdom INGEMARSSON_ 
Stop fucking complaining about it on here and open a steam ticket already. Jesus.
2019-10-10 19:11
Exactly.
2019-10-10 19:14
Opened since 8 hours. said that in here already only opened the thread cuz wanted to find some people that maybe DID get help from steam support and they did change cuz the whole internet is only full of the opposite.. and yes i have no idea how long a ticket takes normally cuz i never had to do one so i know probably its days...
2019-10-10 19:16
Which is btw kinda the worst part probably hours after the thing happened the scammer still has the 200€ in his wallet and by next week if i ever get a steam support response he clearly wont have it in his wallet anymore ( if that even matters in terms of getting anything back or not )
2019-10-10 19:17
Not doubting about you but in the steam market´s history of that P2000 skin that you posted in your picture (it´s a P2000 Ivory) there is no register of one single sale for any amount close to 200 euros... in the whole lifetime of that p2000´s history and in any condition..
2019-10-10 19:18
Yup i saw that aswell i thought maybe takes some time until it updates in the graph that shows past buys but hey if people actually believe i somehow FAKED THIS GAYZO screenshot then im just done.....
2019-10-10 19:19
#132
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Poland aiken 
Did you log in to steam account anywhere else? I mean if there is some PC or device with you logged in someone can buy things from there but he can't sell without steam guard.
2019-10-10 22:04
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Billy | 
United States Russso 
if theres something strange, in the neighborhood, who u gon call GHOSTBUSTERS!!!!!!!
2019-10-10 23:50
my steam got "hacked" once, i got my account back though, lost only 5$ i had on it. very helpful to still have original game keys of steam library games to prove to support its your account. anyways, the method they did it: my email got compromised by some dataleak, and via the email account it was possible to change registered email and password and such, i just couldnt log into my own account anymore. what irritated me the most is that steam did nothing to punish the user that stole my account and my 5$, which would have been very easy for them.
2019-10-23 16:26
Hey, Didn't read the whole post but you got hacked through icloud, that might help you =)
2019-10-23 16:27
explain!
2019-10-23 16:48
You might have put a offer for that skin earlier?
2019-10-23 16:50
Disable system connections
2019-10-23 16:52
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