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Rumor Mill / Re: FartBomber may not be real. but he may be
« on: October 25, 2013, 05:05:37 am »
I don't know why the forum let this scammer use another persons nick. He's ruining Fartbomber.

His vendor status has been removed. If he trys to sell anything before verifying I will delete him.

However no one has come forward to me to say that they are the real fartbomber, and fartbomber hasn't been online since I sent him the encrypted message..

CoachellaInfiniteDrugsHallucinating/dodstrickback2 has  openly admitted to doxing people.

Doxing someone, no matter who it is, is against the rules and grounds for a permanent ban.

Please PM me you think this is unfair.

I have personally heard, first hand, of people being busted this way. They receive a slip in the mail box, then when they go to collect they are arrested.  The police are actually waiting at the Post office.

I can't comment on any other countries but in Australia I have never heard of this being done.  It is hard to believe that they would have a bunch of cops staking out the post office from 9am to 5pm for possibly a month or more just on the off chance that the person the package was addressed to might come in to pick it up. Even if they did grab you trying to pick the package up you could still say you didn't know anything illegal was in the package and hadn't even opened it yet. When customs seize drug packages in Australia it is generally not followed up for over a month and controlled deliveries are an extremely rare occurrence.

It is also standard police procedure in Australia not to let post office staff in on the details of any drugs investigations, as the staff could be involved themselves. I have spoken to people who work in Auspost who have confirmed that postal workers have been arrested for drug importation rings before and police will always factor this possibility in while investigating.

This is misinformation.

I know of someone in AUSTRALIA who was caught by undercover police waiting at a post office for at least 3 days.. And catching the person when he picked up the package.

And how can you say you didn't know what was in the package, when you are picking up something from an address that is not yours?

I'm not trying to scare anyone, I hate fear mongering.. But I think everyone should know the risks involved.  I very much doubt they would go to this effort for personal amounts, but if you have a drop that has multiple no-shows, this should be at least in the back of your mind.

Are you sure the vendor sent it registered post?

I have personally heard, first hand, of people being busted this way. They receive a slip in the mail box, then when they go to collect they are arrested.  The police are actually waiting at the Post office.

Of course, for personal amounts its less likely. But why risk it..

Feature Requests / Re: How about a "I'm feeling lucky" order button
« on: October 24, 2013, 10:11:53 pm »
Imagine having a KG of meth show up at your door because you hit "I'm feeling lucky" :)

Feature Requests / Re: Panic Button
« on: October 24, 2013, 10:10:55 pm »
A silent alarm is all that's needed, and it should only be offered to sellers. Since sellers pay a bond and we assume their accounts are otherwise valuable to them, I can't see many people doing it for fun.

Once the silent alarm is triggered, the tricky part is to decide what happens next.

Whatever process took place, it'd have to be designed in such a way as to be undetectable by LE. Because presumably if LE ever found out that the vendor had done it, it'd be bad news for him and thus a reason for him not to use the duress password at all, and just to co-operate instead.

The idea has merit. Its execution has to be well thought out so as to ensure the vendor doesn't have any reason to fear doing it.


The question about a Silent alarm is, How would it be silent? Police may be one of the vendors "customers".. So setting off a silent alarm is risky and I doubt many vendors would do it. Isnt setting the silent alarm just like screaming "I am the one that is busted". Not to mention it would be used by troll vendors and panic everybody unnecessarily.

A password that wipes all account information and PM's would be handy..

Silk Road Discussion / Re: Accessing The Vendor Round Table - Updated
« on: October 24, 2013, 09:01:50 pm »
I have been instructed I can start verifying vendors again.

If you have not been verified PM me a link to your PGP on the old forums, or a post on the old forums under your nick mentioning my name.

I get  multiple messages a day, from people saying they didnt use the old forums or they dont have PGP. If you do not have access to the old SR Forums, or did not post your PGP on the old forums, dont bother PMing me asking for verification. You will just have to wait and see what DPR comes up with at launch. We are currently not verifying BMR or Sheep vendors at this stage.
I know this seems unfair. But we are only verifying SR vendors, and there is no other way to prove this. We can not open the door to everybody and anybody or we will let in too many scammers. If you can not prove you were a SR Vendor, please just be patient and wait for DPR's announcement.

Drug Safety / Re: Drugs for social anxiety?
« on: October 24, 2013, 05:56:25 am »
I always found that most drugs (especially uppers) make anxiety a lot worse.

You just gave everyone YOUR WORD that the forum hasnt been compromised.
I would hope youd be a security guru if you did that.
Or else its like a recommendation from a random guy on the internet.
Your not selling offshore account debit cards too are you?

You really shouldn't risk your security on any anonymous persons word. We are all random guys on the internet.

You should always assume everything on these forums are public and accessible by the feds.

IMO the image that OP posted, does not lead me to believe this forum has been compromised. But please proceed as though it has been, and always PGP all your sensitive data, disable javascript/flash and access it from a secure environment.

Hmm, too bad Security Guru Sarge wasnt around to help DPR with his affairs in the beginning, huh?

haha. Im certainly not a security guru, or a computer guru. I don't pretend to be.

this current DPR is the security guru.

These forums have not been compromised in any way.

I used to have that happen to me on the old forums way before the SR Take down. I used to also get peoples avatars repeating all over the screen.

I just put it down to a tor & SMF screw up..

Off Topic / Re: Pandora market ??? legit ?
« on: October 23, 2013, 02:27:26 am »
Not everybody has access to safe or scam (SoS)..

And a lot of people don't even know about it.

No idea what that is. Please explain.

Its just a webpage that requires an invite. Where people discuss weather a particular site is a scam site or not..

Before SR, there used to be a lot of clearnet webpages selling Steroids or prescription drugs (there probably still is). So you could look up on SoS to see if that particular site was a scam site or not

Off Topic / Re: Pandora market ??? legit ?
« on: October 23, 2013, 02:17:43 am »
Not everybody has access to safe or scam (SoS)..

And a lot of people don't even know about it.

Off Topic / Re: Pandora market ??? legit ?
« on: October 23, 2013, 02:09:26 am »
The fact it has no forums is a problem. How can you discuss if the whole site is a scam, let alone scammy vendors

Off Topic / Re: anybody been to new drug market pandora?
« on: October 23, 2013, 02:08:21 am »
Duplicate Thread:


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