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Customer support / Re: Login failed, please try again
« on: August 06, 2013, 09:47 pm »
Please refer to the sticky at the top of this board titled "CUSTOMER SUPPORT FAQ - PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING"

There is a link in there to the SR wiki that contains all the information you need on how to reset your pass phrase.

Customer support / Re: Help with cancelled order refund being short
« on: August 06, 2013, 09:44 pm »
Ok, I placed an order with a fairly new vendor. I mentioned that if he would have had a custom listing for twice the amount for a little less than double the price, he could cancel my order and post a custom listing and I would buy it.  I was shorted .08 BTC in the process, and the price of BTC actually went up a little during the few hours.  Here are the details:

refund    transaction #7027af1f80    ฿1.71    ฿3.52    August 6, 2013, 5:15 pm UTC
purchase    transaction #7027af1f80    ฿-1.79    ฿1.81    August 6, 2013, 10:16 am UTC

Can anyone help me out on this?

Also, in his custom listing, he didn't send a link, which is fine.  He put it in his regular listings, which is fine, but it just says "custom listing for customer" and has a price.  I asked him to put what the order actually was for since he is new and I wouldn't want to get fucked if he didn't send my correct order.

What do you think?

All orders cancelled or otherwise incur the hedging fee.

Customer support / Re: HELP! Scammed but did not FE
« on: August 06, 2013, 09:37 pm »
I think what gharris11589 meant was,  What is normal turn around time with resolution center? I too am in the same boat and I contacted them 2 days ago and haven't heard anything and my order says  " Due in 3 days"  just getting nervous that my money will be gone by time It reaches them or someone can get to it. I am sure they are busy 24/7.
So anyone with any experience with having to resolve order , can you shed some light on it and tell us how it went??

There is no normal turnaround time for resolutions, in cases where vendors have been demoted though they are normally taken care of by the SR resolution staff fairly quickly once the resolution time expires. If you get into a proposal/counter proposal situation with a vendor though that can result in the resolution period taking much longer.

Vendors are put into vacation mode after 3 days if they do not log in.

Off topic / Re: The Australian Thread
« on: August 06, 2013, 02:18 pm »

Perhaps this is not relevant but in the first year that SR was operational my international success rate was something like 45 successful deliveries out of 45 orders. 100% hit rate. All sorts of shit.

Then it all turned to piss of course. But that first year was golden. <sigh>

How you been Slarty? long time no speak.

Customer support / Re: Login failed!
« on: August 06, 2013, 02:03 pm »
I have forwarded your message and BTC verification to the admins, you were Bcc'd into the message.

I am unsure what an be done via the forums but given the glitch preventing some people from contacting SR support hopefully they will be able to assist you via here at least in the first instance.

Sorry to hear it sounds like your coins have already been phished, in future please ensure you only use a unique and complex pass phrase for SR that you do not use on any other site.

It is nothing dodgy, I suggest you click on it and read the message if you haven't been on the forums much these past 48 hours.

This is happening when a buyer and some cases vendors are creating accounts on Atlantis via the phishing link with the same credentials as their SR account. This then leads to their SR accounts being hacked, any orders in transit finalized and the feedback you see with the Atlantis phishing link included. There are even some vendors listings now up with the phishing link, if you see it please report it so the admin can deal with it.

I have no idea why you were sent that warning if you have not bought from that vendor. They did post that message in the forums earlier today, I suspect their admission to keeping buyers details resulted in their immediate demotion too.

I would suggest you contact SR support via the market site and inquire if there are any links between BlueGiraffe and the vendors you use. At the very least you should inform SR support you received this message, you may consider it necessary to take some precautionary measures all the same and assume your details have been compromised. Better to be safe than sorry, I would clean house if I were you.

Customer support / Re: High Carts Disabled Vendor
« on: August 06, 2013, 10:06 am »
Have the orders been confirmed? i.e. marked 'in transit'?

If not you can cancel them yourselves after 4 days, if they were confirmed you will need to contact SR support and/or take them into the resolution center when you are able and resolve the matter there.

Customer support / Re: HELP! Scammed but did not FE
« on: August 06, 2013, 09:09 am »
Please take the order into the resolution center as soon as you are able and propose the resolution you are seeking e.g. refund. Provide the resolution staff with a succinct and factual account of the issue.

Information on how the resolution center works can be found in the SR wiki, links are in the sticky at the top of this board.

Customer support / Re: High Carts Disabled Vendor
« on: August 06, 2013, 09:06 am »
I'm not sure what you are asking? please elaborate.

Customer support / Re: Login failed!
« on: August 06, 2013, 09:05 am »
I pm'd you earlier asking for you SR user name, if you send me that I'll forward your message along with verification BTC address to SR support. Have you created a new account on the market site to contact SR support?

Customer support / Re: is kenny powders a legit vender?????
« on: August 06, 2013, 05:42 am »
In all honestly I do not know what you make of your situation, you appear to have been given conflicting information by a vendor and/or the order was not shipped until sometime after you placed the order.

My advise would be to take the order into the resolution center when you are able clearly and articulately explaining your situation there. I would also contact the vendor again and seek some further clarification with regards to the discrepancies that you have highlighted. If the order does not arrive then you are free to propose a resolution in the resolution center and the vendor can offer a counter proposal and/or accept yours.

For further information on how the resolution center operates please refer to the SR wiki, the link in in the sticky at the top of this board.

Silk Road discussion / Re: Security warning and advisory
« on: August 06, 2013, 05:36 am »

One thing worth quoting from Tormail.org, which no one seems to have mentioned:

"Tor Mail consists of several servers, a Tor hidden service, and an incoming and outgoing internet facing mail servers.
These internet facing mail servers are relays, they relay mail in and out of the Tor network, the relays are purchased anonymously and not tracable to us.
The only thing stored on the hard drive of those servers is the Exim mail server, and the Tor software.
No emails or logs or anything important are stored on those servers, thus it doesn't matter if they are seized or shut down.
We are prepared to quickly replace any relay that is taken offline for any reason."

Sorry if I sound dumb... but I'm not sure I understand your point.  I've read that same thing on the TorMail site, and am not sure what about it that I'm missing ???

The point is even if the Feds have the FH servers according to the Tormail main page is there is 'apparently' nothing stored on those servers.

Can anyone else please comment on this?

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