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Title: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: xtraelv on July 16, 2018, 09:16:29 PM
 ;D

Both positive and negative - I'd like to compile a list of the funniest ones. I was looking a VODs feedback and found a few I found amusing ones.

Some scammers might not have morals but they do have a sense of humor.

https://i.imgur.com/2UA0s5S.png

He scams children for drug money too - kinda implies that the person who wrote that scams children for drug money.

https://i.imgur.com/tpLvVfq.png

https://i.imgur.com/N61xG9O.png


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: pugman on July 16, 2018, 09:29:43 PM
The second made me laugh. I have seen  better funny feedbacks, all of them being butt-hurt. But still gave a good laugh. BRB, I have to look at TP's trust wall.  :D

Found some:

https://i.imgur.com/TSrAAaE.png


This guy tells the same thing over and over again in like 10 more ratings.

https://i.imgur.com/O4QWnI2.png


https://i.imgur.com/7NyljhH.png


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: xtraelv on July 17, 2018, 09:37:21 AM
https://i.imgur.com/xMKoX4I.png
https://i.imgur.com/xMKoX4I.png
Hilariousandco the rapper

https://i.imgur.com/qEePt8z.png
https://i.imgur.com/qEePt8z.png
The pharmacist is on drugs yet ecardking can't decide whether he sent BTC or is supposed to be receiving it...

https://i.imgur.com/wGSxHnU.png
https://i.imgur.com/wGSxHnU.png
Wasted sperm? Didn't Monty Python make a song about that ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUspLVStPbk

https://i.imgur.com/ic3LHAA.png
https://i.imgur.com/ic3LHAA.png


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: madnessteat on July 17, 2018, 02:28:44 PM
https://c.radikal.ru/c26/1807/e3/6bff10b25ffb.png (https://radikal.ru)

https://b.radikal.ru/b03/1807/19/515dc1e5be8f.png (https://radikal.ru)

https://c.radikal.ru/c17/1807/3e/425d06dbb0cb.png (https://radikal.ru)


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: Jet Cash on July 17, 2018, 02:43:29 PM
Well I posted that "Vod ate my hampster". Should I add that to his trust? If so. Is that positive or negative?


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: xtraelv on July 17, 2018, 10:11:54 PM
Well I posted that "Vod ate my hampster". Should I add that to his trust? If so. Is that positive or negative?

That just reminded me of:

Lauda is a WITCH, who cast an evil spell on me! BURN THE WITCH! (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2975479.0)

It did not go unnoticed that nullius (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=976210) completely disappeared soon after that accusation was made.

Which is a far more serious charge than Vod eating your familiar. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4516394.msg40710289#msg40710289)


I think as a scambuster Vod rescued you from a terrible fate.

https://i.imgur.com/KEx1HmA.png
https://i.imgur.com/KEx1HmA.png


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: Joel_Jantsen on July 17, 2018, 11:12:19 PM
Not sure if this one counts as funny but definitely counts as retarded. I know he had mental issues and stuff but this feedback is way too off, I mean I have no idea what pills have he had been swallowing. (Just so you know, I haven't met this guy in real life)

https://i.imgur.com/yROTNRe.png


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: xtraelv on July 17, 2018, 11:17:56 PM
Not sure if this one counts as funny but definitely counts as retarded. I know he had mental issues and stuff but this feedback is way too off, I mean I have no idea what pills have he had been swallowing. (Just so you know, I haven't met this guy in real life)

https://i.imgur.com/yROTNRe.png

Vod tried to eat his hamster too ?


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: The Pharmacist on July 17, 2018, 11:36:32 PM
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Yeah, that's what I hate about retaliatory feedback.  When you're not required to reference a transaction, you can just make shit up and to someone who doesn't care to look any deeper than what the feedback says, it would look like I scammed someone.  Used to drive me nuts, but I've gotten used to it.

There's one feedback I got from isoneguy (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=109362), a feedback troll who's disappeared, that I find funny:  "engaged in activities that led to the injury of an animal".  That idiot left the same feedback for multiple people for whatever reason.

This is a good thread.  I've often searched eBay looking for funny feedbacks.  Some of them are hilarious.

Edit:  I just noticed Joel_Jantsen wrote about isoneguy's feedbacks.  Whoops!

Whilst on my hunt for a specific feedback comment I see that a few users have just spammed the feedback of certain users which separate ratings. I kind of wished there was a limitation on how many times you can give a person trust every 30 days or something.
I agree.  I'm used to all the retaliatory feedback now, but that doesn't mean it's an ideal system.  When you can leave any feedback you want for any user, it can and does get abused. 

My memory is a little shoddy from all the substances, but I think I recall a time when you could leave feedbacks on eBay for whoever you wanted, and you didn't need to do a documented deal with them, as is required today and has been for a long time.  The feedback system here does facilitate the community catching scammers and assorted lowlifes because of the lack of that requirement, but I've always felt it could use some adjustment.  Unfortunately I don't have a better idea, so I've mostly kept silent.


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: Welsh on July 17, 2018, 11:40:06 PM
Whilst on my hunt for a specific feedback comment I see that a few users have just spammed the feedback of certain users which separate ratings. I kind of wished there was a limitation on how many times you can give a person trust every 30 days or something.


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: xtraelv on July 18, 2018, 03:16:29 AM
Whilst on my hunt for a specific feedback comment I see that a few users have just spammed the feedback of certain users which separate ratings. I kind of wished there was a limitation on how many times you can give a person trust every 30 days or something.
I agree.  I'm used to all the retaliatory feedback now, but that doesn't mean it's an ideal system.  When you can leave any feedback you want for any user, it can and does get abused.  

My memory is a little shoddy from all the substances, but I think I recall a time when you could leave feedbacks on eBay for whoever you wanted, and you didn't need to do a documented deal with them, as is required today and has been for a long time.  The feedback system here does facilitate the community catching scammers and assorted lowlifes because of the lack of that requirement, but I've always felt it could use some adjustment.  Unfortunately I don't have a better idea, so I've mostly kept silent.

I suppose there is another way of looking at retaliatory feedback as well.

Others read your feedback and knowing that you are not a scammer they may tag the scammer as well.

I had to laugh at some of the retaliatory feedback - they link back to the thread where they are proven a scammer.

https://i.imgur.com/EO5Zbte.png

The "evidence" (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4437773.msg39642496#msg39642496) provided on this one is so silly that it made me laugh. Probably not the effect they were aiming for. Maybe I should add it to the thread for a bit of fake street credibility and notoriety.


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: Flying Hellfish on July 18, 2018, 03:48:23 AM
This was one of my fav's from back in the early days of ASIC miner development.

https://i.imgur.com/RabvEcs.jpg

By the way OP you should do a post about all the ASIC mining companies that took in 10's maybe 100's of millions and never delivered or just folded.

A few that come to mind:

-BFL (reportedly took in 25 million themselves)
-Avalon's (first miner sent to a dev was making fucking insane money, like $2000 a day iirc
 while BFL dropped the ball or mined for themselves with customer equipment LOL)
-Basic (probably the first true ASIC scam, Tom took in a pile of btc and never even worked on
 designing or producing and ASIC LOL, after the BTC priced spiked huge he started paying back
 USD valued refunds, likely leaving him with a nice pile of coins for himself)
-KNC (and their datorhall LOL)
-Terraminer
-Hashfast (and their promise to return btc for btc if they didn't deliver on time, they didn't and they
 didn't refund btc for btc, also cypherdoc and his 3000 BTC payment!)
-ASICminer (freidcat that was interesting to watch as it developed).
-Bitmine (and his lambo)

The list goes on and on, I haven't even mentioned the integrator scams, fuck they were rampant for a few months!


Title: Re: Looking for the funniest trust feedback.
Post by: xtraelv on July 18, 2018, 07:12:41 AM
This was one of my fav's from back in the early days of ASIC miner development.

https://i.imgur.com/RabvEcs.jpg

By the way OP you should do a post about all the ASIC mining companies that took in 10's maybe 100's of millions and never delivered or just folded.

A few that come to mind:

-BFL (reportedly took in 25 million themselves)
-Avalon's (first miner sent to a dev was making fucking insane money, like $2000 a day iirc
 while BFL dropped the ball or mined for themselves with customer equipment LOL)
-Basic (probably the first true ASIC scam, Tom took in a pile of btc and never even worked on
 designing or producing and ASIC LOL, after the BTC priced spiked huge he started paying back
 USD valued refunds, likely leaving him with a nice pile of coins for himself)
-KNC (and their datorhall LOL)
-Terraminer
-Hashfast (and their promise to return btc for btc if they didn't deliver on time, they didn't and they
 didn't refund btc for btc, also cypherdoc and his 3000 BTC payment!)
-ASICminer (freidcat that was interesting to watch as it developed).
-Bitmine (and his lambo)

The list goes on and on, I haven't even mentioned the integrator scams, fuck they were rampant for a few months!

LOL thats a crazyrabbi alright !

That is a great idea ! None of the history threads I've done so far cover any of the mining companies that went broke or were outright scams. I nearly fell victim to some of them myself. History on Bitcointalk - Mining equipment scams, shams and failed deliveries. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4698074.msg42403092#msg42403092) - I've started it but it will be a work in progress for some time.

yesminers nearly took my money years ago - fortunately I googled "yesminer scam" just before placing an order and bought antminers instead.