Scam Report Report Type: [Money] Other cash fraud (webmoney, bitcoin, etc) Virtual item type involved: [TF2] Team Fortress 2 Items Accused profile: 76561197994857407 Victim profile: 76561198143509057 What happened? Description: He stole a Golden Frying Pan. He contacted me and said he was interested in the pan and was willing to pay 1500€. I accepted and said that I only accepted bank transactions. He agreed and soon he showed me some fake screenshots of him transfering 1500€ to my bank account. But I refused to give him the item until I received the money. Until then he gained my trust by playing with me and even giving me a recommendation for a pc part I wanted to buy with the money. So I waited a day, not knowing there actually was no money to begin with, and checked my bank account. Nothing. So I told him about that and he said he feared that I could possibly a scammer and he was going to cancel the transaction. I did not know that you cannot cancel transactions, once they're on their way so I got into panic because it's kinda hard to find someone that is willing to pay a good amount for it. That's when I sent the pan. He soon gave me his GRU as a gift because I trusted him. Soon lolkiller contacted me and told me The Doctor was a scammer and proved it, showing his chat history with him. Because of that I said to the scammer The Docter I wanted the pan back and he could cancel the transaction but it was too late. He blocked me and lolkiller, changed name and ID. He also appears to have sent the Pan to an alt account and now says he never even knew about a stolen pan, which is obviouls a lie. Provide Evidence: 1. He got the pan for nothing (Screenshot) 2. He told someone that he scammed me. (Screenshot) 3. He says he didn't steal the pan and doesn't even know about that. (Youtube video)( ) 4. He changed his name and ID very often lately. 5. Someone contacted me and wanted to sell it to me even though it's scammed. (Screenshots) Most of the Screenshots are in German, if someone could translate them, I would be grateful.