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561  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 14, 2016, 06:37:58 AM
Unless you made it up. In which case I feel another deflection incoming.

Better than a deflection, he deleted his post! Nothing says you believe in your own words than scrubbing them from the forum when they are challenged for being the bullshit that they are.

Sounds familiar. That is *exactly* what Recyclix did with their McDonald's claim.


2. Oh yeah, Recyclix has a partner, and this partner has a partner which know a person which sister knows a man who has a cousin that eat lunch in McDonald and recycled 2 empty cups, and so on... come on...

Indeed. Instead of these desperate shills flinging their desperation all over this thread, why don't they try asking Recyclix on their Facebook page the same question Bill Yeager did which was also scrubbed off their page by Recyclix?

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See that, fanbois and shills? Instead of whining and complaining about us exposing the lie, why don't you have the stones to actually ask Recyclix yourself? Here, I'll even help you out with the wording for the question so you can just cut and paste it into their comments section:

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Are you still partnering with Plamika UAB to handle the waste from McDonald's in The Netherlands which you said they are directly contracted for?

I'm betting they're not going to want to answer that as it has been proven as a lie and at this time they are crapping themselves because McDonalds' lawyers tore them a new one over said lie.

The question remains, then, why did they repeatedly lie to you, dear fanbois? We are not at fault here, so stop trying to deflect your hurt on to us. Recyclix are a ponzi scheme.

Here, let me repeat that a few times for good measure:

RECYCLIX ARE A PONZI SCHEME
RECYCLIX ARE A PONZI SCHEME
RECYCLIX ARE A PONZI SCHEME

Now, given that this thread is a major thorn in their side due to its prominence in the google search rankings for their name, if they were not a scam they would be suing my ass for defamation. Because they ARE a ponzi scam, however, they can't fucking touch me and they know this.

Now you know this.

So stop giving us a hard time when the bad guys are Recyclix and they are lying to you.

562  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 14, 2016, 06:10:25 AM
Ok, so with regards to:
TX 1: https://blockchain.info/address/1GGRoVoQpztuEGS5pHvJiaELsr7VZfVFoL for 0.1 BTC

Tx 2: https://blockchain.info/address/12vZ6B4o5R3D5arUJUCk15ZPuxEAW8Gq8j for 0.15 BTC

So I went and traced their transactions on the blockchain and found the crowdsale money has now been moved to one address:

https://blockchain.info/address/3Q8pgRFtxbUp8wtGbtQqRNXPs1B4i6enu1

A whole 6,119.319402 BTC!!! That's crazy!

I recall doing a search on that address when 'rippleme' first posted it and didn't get any other hits at the time, but having revisited the issue recently I found that a few days later this was posted on the Antshares blog:
https://www.antshares.org/zh-CN/Blog/Details/36
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Now, given that the dates they give for the duration of their ICO match up with the activity for the transactions leading into the multisig address and that, something I found odd at the time, Razormind's DEOS ICO actually ended a day later, we can conclude that this multisig address is not from the DEOS ICO/crowdsale.

http://www.razormind.co.uk/crowdsale/
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So the question now is, where are the bitcoins from the DEOS ICO?

563  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 13, 2016, 12:57:10 PM
Please note Jawad is not speaking at The coinsbank conference or any conferences

He is pretty definitely *supposed* to be at GOTO on 13th of this month. https://gotocon.com/london-2016/presentations/show_talk.jsp?oid=7985

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If the authorities don't pick him up first, that is. I wonder if he'll pull a 'Josh Garza' and simply not attend.


Oh. Look. I am shocked. Shocked I tell you.

https://gotocon.com/london-2016/schedule/wednesday.jsp
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564  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 13, 2016, 06:57:42 AM
Do you even read? "high-yield investment program", AKA "scam", I posted that already. You can call it "Unicorn Savings and Loan", that won't change the fact that it's an unsustainable, illegal, criminal scheme designed to separate the gullible from their money.

Both the Borgminer idiot and the newcomer idiot to this thread, SergheiBabliuc, are Scrypt.cc idiots, too.

So I'd give up on trying to get them to acknowledge the facts, they are terminally and wilfully dumb.

"Buh...bu..buuuut. . . .organised criminal gangs seeking to make millions of dollars in easy-to-hide bitcoins wouldn't use a tiny fraction of that to rent offices, or factories or attend expos and have 'open days' in order to fool even more people, surely?"

^^^ Yeah, it's that kinda thought process they are stuck in.

The sort of moron who thought 'Marcello' over at scrypt.cc was a real person who was travelling the world making super-special deals for super-secret mining hardware, because he told them so.

565  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 12, 2016, 02:03:30 PM
...deflection...

According to https://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en-us/about-us/our-history.html their business 'BASIC' was "burgers, fries and beverages".

If you want to suggest otherwise, by all means, provide some evidence to support your desperation that Recyclix absolutely must not be a scam because. . .reasons. Desperate, desperate, reasons.

Nothing to say about the proof that Recyclix lied?

566  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 12, 2016, 12:49:13 PM
We see when facility building have been finished.
What is McDonalds BASIC bussiness?

Ummm, burgers?


It's not right answer.

I see you're still ignoring the fact they have been exposed for lying about the whole McDonald's thing. Is it that you refuse to read the facts posted above or do you read them and refuse to accept them because you're such a devoted Recyclix shill?

Plamika don't even work with Recyclix, yet Recyclix tried to claim their McDonald's agreement was as a sub-contractor to Plamika.

First they said they had signed an agreement with McDonald's in The Netherlands, then when that was exposed as a lie they tried to excuse it by saying it was actually through Plamika, which has been exposed as another lie.

Why is this so hard for you to understand? There is no McDonald's connection to Recyclix. It was a lie.

567  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 12, 2016, 09:59:44 AM
And I've just noticed something else, which I find strange. 2 of the 3 articles about Razormind on CT were written by Niall Maye (source: https://cointelegraph.com/tags/razormind). I've noticed that recently he started following @FAILCommunity on Twitter (I am in control of the account). You can see who Mr. Maye is, but that's not the main point. The main point is that I know a guy who knows Niall in person. The guy is a former Director of Slovenia's Bitcoin Association and he is also affiliated with CT. He is a great and a very humble person! I have him on Facebook, we've talk A LOT about our lives, families and such. He also helped me in number of occasions.

What I basically mean - he's a gem. But why CT is not taking any actions?!

Ummm,
Original Message

Message ID   <025801d1eec7$ca21a440$5e64ecc0$@razormind.co.uk>
Created at:   Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 4:16 AM (Delivered after -18 seconds)
From:   Jawad Yaqub <jawad@razormind.co.uk>...
This is a good time then to announce some great friends:

*        Niall Maye - Communications and Strategy Advisor.

*        Rob Malda - DeOS Foundation Strategy Advisor.

*        Frances Coppola - DeOS Foundation Economic Strategy Advisor

568  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 12, 2016, 09:42:18 AM
We see when facility building have been finished.
What is McDonalds BASIC bussiness?

Ummm, burgers?

Anyhoo, let's move on from your desperate weirdness where your reality has McDonald's the burger company also being the same McDonald's the construction company. Pro-tip for free: They're not.

So, anybody remember Plamika UAB Lithuania from the supposed 'sub-contract' to McDonalds (the burger company), which wasn't?

Yeah, turns out Plamika don't even work with Recyclix.
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Please note, desperate shills and fanbois, the question Plamika were asked wasn't even whether they worked with Recyclix in connection with McDonald's, no, they were simply asked if they work with Recyclix AT ALL.

They do not.

Recyclix are liars.

Feel free to go ask them about it on their facebook page. I'm betting you won't get a straight answer and/or the conversation will be quickly deleted if you challenge them on it.

569  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 12, 2016, 09:26:18 AM
With regards to the 'Leadership' page of profiles, now they've had to finally remove Ismael let's scrutinise who is left. First up we have Mr James Ferguson

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Hahaha! I'm not sure why you are still making researches on them.

Because I have concerns which go beyond whether this is just a personal grab for cash from Jawad. You see, I thought that Dr Ferguson was probably just going to be somebody who knew Jawad through some sort of Islamic social media connection and that he would have no idea his profile was being fraudulently presented by Razormind.

Turns out I was wrong. It would seem Dr Ferguson knows all about Razormind. Which is beyond disturbing seeing as he is an actual practising Doctor of Medicine and NOT an IT guy or a 'brand' specialist. This now raises the question of whether he is knowingly colluding with Jawad.

Let me show you how I go from "Dr Ferguson is just an innocent Muslim being used by another Muslim" to "Dr Ferguson's apparent knowledge of Razormind suggests he is in on the fraud".

The following link is Mr100Percent's everything2 writeups list:
http://everything2.com/node/superdoc/Everything+User+Search?node_id=1223826&usersearch=mr100percent&orderby=writeup.publishtime+DESC&submit=submit

Most of it is over a decade old but you can use it to get a good indication of the sort of topics he writes about so you can try out some more refined searches like:
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Which leads to hits like:
http://terrorismmyths.blogspot.com
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Allowing you to learn not just that his previously-compromised mr100percent@mac.com address is now mr100percent@gmail.com, but also that James Ferguson's Islamic name is Sulayman. A quick search on "Sulayman Ferguson" brings us to his very active predominantly-medicine-and-Islam-themed twitter account @SulaymanF

Checking through the list of people he follows through that account, we see references to medicine etc. but also, what's this?
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Oh look, he actually follows Razormind (he also follows the previous account 'Razorcoin' btw, so he's been connected to Jawad for quite a while). So he must know that he is listed as a 'brand expert' and head of Razormind's 'US operation'.

Which is why we are left scratching our head wondering what a practising New York Doctor is doing allowing his name to be used to present him as something he is not for a company which has a proven history of presenting itself as something it is not and which just collected several million dollars in bitcoin through a fraudulent 'crowdsale'.


570  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 12, 2016, 07:26:18 AM
Ahhh.. about McDonald's contract. It's true - because new facility builds by McDonalds buildings engineers in Lobez. Subcontractors means other McDonalds services.

:head-desk:
:head-desk:
:head-floor:

ORLY? Just for shits and giggles, do you care to back up that absurd claim with some evidence?



I cant find that conversation .
Of course you can't, want to know why? I'll give you an obvious answer: the conversation was deleted from the page!

Let me guess (because I have the moron on ignore for obvious reasons), the idiot claimed he couldn't find the Bill Yeager conversation I posted up? It isn't like the WHOLE POINT OF THE FUCKING POST was to highlight the fact that RECYCLIX DELETED THE CONVERSATION RATHER THAN ANSWER THE QUESTION.

No, I was clearly far too vague when I posted up words AND PICTURES showing the conversation and its subsequent deletion by the scammers. /s

So, Reyclix shills and idiot fanbois, what explanation do you have to offer for why Recyclix has now SCRUBBED all mention of the McDonald's lie they repeatedly told?






571  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 11, 2016, 04:43:30 PM
Hey, Recyclix! You missed one!

https://www.facebook.com/recyclix/posts/1437227846291375
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Quick! You'd better delete it before McDonald's lawyers tear you a new one.

Because nothing says that you were telling the truth more than scrubbing all references to the lie you told, right?

Twats.

572  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 11, 2016, 02:23:45 PM
With regards to the 'Leadership' page of profiles, now they've had to finally remove Ismael let's scrutinise who is left. First up we have Mr James Ferguson
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or, to give him his proper title, Doctor James Ferguson.

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According to Jawad and Phil, Doctor Ferguson's 'key skills' are user engagement and building effective brands. Which I'm sure would come as quite the surprise to him, seeing as most people would likely describe Dr Ferguson's key skills as, well, being a fucking doctor!

So I kinda wondered if there was a connection between James Ferguson and Jawad Yaqub. It turns out, there is! They both follow each other on Instagram, which again left me puzzled as to how on earth a Belfast fraudster would happen to know a NY medical professional enough to both be following each other.

Turns out there is a shared connection they both have:

Dr Ferguson's leaked mac.com password (don't worry it has been changed since) tells you what connects him to Jawad:
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So, @Noziak, do you *still* not want to 'go there'?






573  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 11, 2016, 01:53:32 PM
LOL, seems like somebody has taken the news about McDonald's pretty badly:

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I thought I'd screenshot that little convo when I came across it earlier today because I expected they would respond exactly the way they did, which was to delete it entirely.

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So, there you have it, if you needed any more proof that Recyclix lied about having a partnership with McDonald's, I think you can safely say that their refusal to even talk about it after having deleted it from their own news page says that they were told in no uncertain terms to cease and desist!

574  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 11, 2016, 07:04:38 AM
That's funny, I received DEOS tokens into my BTC wallet, using www.omniwallet.org to check the balance, a few days a go, however I just checked again and the DEOS tokens are gone !

You sure it isn't just an Omniwallet glitch? I don't think there would be any reason for Jawad and Phil to bother stealing these tokens.

Don't forget to check out the truly awesome (/s) rzr.io DeOS site and let us know how impressed you are with it now they have 'launched'.

Jawad has BTC money that he has power to manipulate market price of the worth-shit-Omuni-Token. this may happen in order to create a fait accompli Razoremind released something and got a market appreciation.

Do you know of any exchange platforms outside of Openledger who are even trading these worthless tokens?


So, today is launch day and there's still 8,000,000+ DEOS to distribute out of the 9.2 million supposedly bought during the ICO/ITO/crowdsale.

It is worth mentioning, by the way, that even the 1,000,000 DEOS token transfer to the distribution address only saw a small portion of it being sent out.

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As you can see, with this and the 92K from the other day they've only sent out a little over 295,000 tokens.



575  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 10, 2016, 02:17:11 PM
So, today is launch day and there's still 8,000,000+ DEOS to distribute out of the 9.2 million supposedly bought during the ICO/ITO/crowdsale.

I do find it amusing how the razormind.co.uk DeOS demo link still goes to deos.io where it warns of the scam and the demands for refunds!



576  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Polish-registered recyclix.com is provably a Ponzi scheme on: October 10, 2016, 09:59:18 AM
Remember this?

LOL at the convoluted excuse they've spun that McDonald's claim into:

https://recyclix.com/news/
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Moving on, we would like to issue a clarification as some members have been interested in our collaboration with McDonald's Netherlands and unfortunately some confusion has arisen from an inaccurate translation of the original documentation. We are indeed proud to work with them through our partner company Plamika UAB, Lithuania, that has won the contract to process all of the waste materials. We on the other hand have collaborated with Plamika UAB, Lithuania to handle the plastic wastes as a subcontractor.

McDonald's lawyers moving to quash that in 5...4...3...

Yeah,
https://recyclix.com/news/
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...gone...

Seems McDonald's don't take too kindly to their brand being used as bait to con people into 'investing' in a ponzi scam.

I wonder what excuse the criminal fraudsters at Recyclix are going to invent for finally having to throw that claimed association into the memory-hole.

577  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 10, 2016, 06:27:10 AM
The other thing  I see a lot of folks, talking about whether the tokens are worthless or not, but screw that isnít the fact that many bought into the scheme because of the slick lies filled website and the appearance of a ligit company with the fake testimonials, fake employees, fake constumets, fake awards etc.  Isnít that enough to convict the guy of some kind of fraud EVEN if the tokens have some value in the end?

Yes, yes it is, more than enough. But in Jawad's mind, according to the smack-talk he was giving Ish about Nic's 3BTC purchase, only security investments have protection, which is complete and utter bollocks.

https://clyp.it/h1nan1uz
Quote from: Jawad digging himself a nice deep hole
From Nic's perspective, there's no case he did it by himself and even if he gets something from vanbex after the issue of bad faith. .. .finally there's the purchase agreement. . .which he had to read . . .the final part of that is that it wasn't an investment vehicle so he doesn't have any security protection at all, so he's basically holding his dick next to a fan blade

Even if we were to ignore the 400lb gorilla in the room, which is the fact this 'crowdsale' absolutely qualifies as an investment security, Jawad appears to be somewhat ignorant of the buyer protection laws in the UK which clearly define the criminal nature of fraudulent misrepresentation.

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/misrepresentation-act-1967
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Fraudulent misrepresentation

A fraudulent misrepresentation occurs when someone makes a statement that -

    they know is untrue, or,
    they make without believing it is true, or,
    they make recklessly (i.e. that person does not care about whether the statement is true or not).

It isn't as if either Jawad or Phil could claim to have been unaware that Razormind did not have 260+ staff and offices in dozens of locations around the globe. They perpetrated this fraud in full knowledge of the fact they were misrepresenting their twenty-quid online UK incorp as a serious corporate entity of sizeable scope and scale in order to fool people into believing DeOS and DEOS were part of a substantial commercial project.

Couple that in with the endless comparisons with Ethererum, ETHERS and The DAO and it is absolutely clear they were intending to mislead people into buying in to their 'crowdsale' ICO through falsely implying an equivalence that simply isn't true.

578  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 08, 2016, 10:48:31 AM
@spartak_t Any response from CoinTelegraph yet?

I came across this on my travels through the interhistory. Same old same old, from CT.

https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/4qb33e/uk_based_razormind_emerges_as_blockchain_rival_to/
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I do find it strange, though, the fact that the CT reddit account reply immediately went to the "email hello@razormind.co.uk" response, which is something Jawad has repeatedly reacted with whenever challenged online about this fraud.

As for his claims that Jawad was a "well-known" figure within the industry, that was utter bullshit. Nobody had heard of the guy prior to the initiation of this DEOS 'crowdsale' scam. Even the most cursory of internet searches showed that Razormind were nothing but a twenty-quid online incorp with a residential address as their R.O. You'd have to be a particular kind of wilful idiot 'journalist' to pretend like you'd done sufficient due-diligence for that article.





579  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 08, 2016, 09:36:00 AM

Now we need to start seeing some news sites posting up articles which address this scam.

Jawad and Phil's latest twattery:
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Doesn't quite fit the http://omnichest.info/lookupadd.aspx?address=19fjCeiJcFQLBcWLe1MRYKGbZkm3nb7nzn data which simply shows one million (only 8+ more million to go!) tokens being sent to the distribution address and left there.

580  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: DeOS (by Razormind) is most likely a scam! on: October 07, 2016, 12:55:52 PM

Razormind tweets from yesterday:

https://twitter.com/razormind
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"If you haven't had yours yet . . ."

You mean like the 9,000,000+ you've not actually sent out yet, Jawad?

"You will be able to spend your DEOS tokens to . . ." do something nobody really cares about because they all thought they were buying the equivalent of ETHER and it turns out they've bought the equivalent of, well, an Omni-layer-created token.

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