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Elmo wrote:Could this be edited a.s.a.p.?
Of course, but the next time this happens, please PM me so I can fix it. Making this information public made the serial number, well, public.

For your information, EBT support team members can't act on note IDs alone, they need the serial number of each note to correct note data. On the other hand, moderation doesn't need serial numbers but that doesn't apply here.
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Aaron wrote:
querty wrote:What do you think of these 2 hits?
I would say: very strange. :? The time delay between the hits is very long and it's strange these notes have stayed together for so long.

The user who has first entered the notes hasn't been very active. Still he/she has logged some notes this morning. :?

I don't know what to say. Somehow I feel that if someone wants to create a believable fake hit he/she wouldn't put two notes together like this. :roll:

Anyway, the distance is apparently wrong as according to the comments the notes were got in Iraq, not in Australia.
Maybe the dutch one was also in Iraq but than it is also a strange hit.
He is tooo old for that.
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Let's just ask him if we have a doubt... :roll:
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Here are 2 fake hits:
2004-04-20 13:56:23 Lxxxx2746xxx Frodo_fi - terppa
2004-04-20 13:56:07 Lxxxx4337xxx terppa - Frodo_fi
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nice hit , but..

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DaPukki 2004-04-19 18:00:15 Kuopio 70200 Uu.. En olekkaan ennen tällaista nähnyt :)
Jartsa 2004-04-13 11:19:22 Lipljan 0000

in 6 days 2302 km ... perhaps a set-up ?? or really lucky ?

Gebruiker : DaPukki
Lid sinds: 2004-02-21
Kuopio, Finland (70200)
Laatste biljet ingegeven : 2004-04-19 18:00:15
Aantal interessante hits : 1
Aantal ingegeven biljetten : 6
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Re: nice hit , but..

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FotoVideoStore wrote:DaPukki 2004-04-19 18:00:15 Kuopio 70200 Uu.. En olekkaan ennen tällaista nähnyt :)
Jartsa 2004-04-13 11:19:22 Lipljan 0000

in 6 days 2302 km ... perhaps a set-up ?? or really lucky ?

Gebruiker : DaPukki
Lid sinds: 2004-02-21
Kuopio, Finland (70200)
Laatste biljet ingegeven : 2004-04-19 18:00:15
Aantal interessante hits : 1
Aantal ingegeven biljetten : 6
Jartsa is working in Kosovo so in theory this hit can be real..
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FotoVideoStore wrote:DaPukki 2004-04-19 18:00:15 Kuopio 70200 Uu.. En olekkaan ennen tällaista nähnyt :)
Jartsa 2004-04-13 11:19:22 Lipljan 0000

in 6 days 2302 km ... perhaps a set-up ?? or really lucky ?

Gebruiker : DaPukki
Lid sinds: 2004-02-21
Kuopio, Finland (70200)
Laatste biljet ingegeven : 2004-04-19 18:00:15
Aantal interessante hits : 1
Aantal ingegeven biljetten : 6
Well.. You must remember that it takes only a few hours for the note to travel from one airport to another one. So, when measuring the time, you must only take into account the distance from the starting place to the nearest international airport (from where they fly to the destination) and the distance from the airport in the other country to the end place. And possibly also the time the person just sleeps in a hotel because the plane arrived so late.
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Dakkus wrote:
FotoVideoStore wrote:DaPukki 2004-04-19 18:00:15 Kuopio 70200 Uu.. En olekkaan ennen tällaista nähnyt :)
Jartsa 2004-04-13 11:19:22 Lipljan 0000

in 6 days 2302 km ... perhaps a set-up ?? or really lucky ?

Gebruiker : DaPukki
Lid sinds: 2004-02-21
Kuopio, Finland (70200)
Laatste biljet ingegeven : 2004-04-19 18:00:15
Aantal interessante hits : 1
Aantal ingegeven biljetten : 6
Well.. You must remember that it takes only a few hours for the note to travel from one airport to another one. So, when measuring the time, you must only take into account the distance from the starting place to the nearest international airport (from where they fly to the destination) and the distance from the airport in the other country to the end place. And possibly also the time the person just sleeps in a hotel because the plane arrived so late.
exactly !
This is probably just one-hell of a lucky Fin :!:
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Fundamental wrote:Jartsa is working in Kosovo so in theory this hit can be real..
And Jartsas living place is Kuopio, so perhaps he just returned from Kosovo
and took this bill with him to Kuopio. :idea:
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This are 4 fake hits i think.

2004-04-22 06:26:58 Pxxxx2104xxx Jombe - Antti Tammi
2004-04-22 06:24:31 Sxxxx2730xxx Jombe - Antti Tammi

2004-04-21 21:56:32 Pxxxx2139xxx McGyver - stroker65
2004-04-21 21:56:32 Xxxxx0643xxx McGyver - stroker65
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Here also a fake hit:

Schrotti 2004-04-22 19:17:11 Kassel 34121
medikiller 2004-04-22 17:53:41 Stendal 39576
217 km
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Annie_in_exile wrote:What the *** is this? Wachoo-Mcfly
Relatives. I think they have been mentioned somewhere earlier.
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avij wrote:
Annie_in_exile wrote:What the *** is this? Wachoo-Mcfly
Relatives. I think they have been mentioned somewhere earlier.
Really? On page 71 Aaron has raised the same question but I didn't see any definitive answers. Relatives or not, I find it utterly strange that the first user registers notes in 2002 and the second one in 2004. :roll:

And sorry, I don’t buy this either: Stroker65 – Ingo35.
http://www.eurobilltracker.eu/index.php ... id=1871445;
http://www.eurobilltracker.eu/index.php ... id=2250634
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Last edited by querty on Mon Apr 26, 2004 7:56 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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