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November 14, 2012, 08:51:08 AM
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http://www.shitsenders.com/  I think a steaming elephant shit is more appropriate.

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November 14, 2012, 09:33:49 AM
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A wellness company?!
Well I guess even a hitman needs to relax after a hard day at work  Cheesy
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November 14, 2012, 10:45:20 AM
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Seriously, he lives in London, not in a submarine lost into the ocean, and plenty of people know his face, his name, and plenty of other info. Can't anyone do more than beg on a thread?
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November 14, 2012, 02:15:48 PM
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http://www.shitsenders.com/  I think a steaming elephant shit is more appropriate.

And you really think that has any chance to move something in your favor? Roll Eyes

Anyway... im still searching his address. ColdHardMetal didnt have his address too. Its a bit astonishing that james is such a well known person but at the end nobody has his address.

I now asked CHM for james phonenumber. Maybe there is a phone-reverse-search in GB so that with the phonenumber one could find the address matching to it. I really thought its easier to find his address. Or at the end i have to ask BCB, the internet detective. Wink

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November 14, 2012, 03:24:38 PM
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Seriously, he lives in London, not in a submarine lost into the ocean, and plenty of people know his face, his name, and plenty of other info. Can't anyone do more than beg on a thread?

London is big enough that I could never come across him again. I'd need some of that "other info" I don't have.

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November 14, 2012, 04:01:03 PM
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All information relevant to contacting Nefario is listed in the whois for glbse.com.

http://whois.dollardns.net/domain.pl?server=whois.1api.net&query=glbse.com&cmd=glbse.com
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November 14, 2012, 07:56:15 PM
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All information relevant to contacting Nefario is listed in the whois for glbse.com.

http://whois.dollardns.net/domain.pl?server=whois.1api.net&query=glbse.com&cmd=glbse.com

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DOMAIN: GLBSE.COM
 
 RSP: KalyHost
 URL: http://www.kalyhost.com/
 
 created-date: 2011-04-07 16:06:09
 updated-date: 2012-05-15 02:25:25
 registration-expiration-date: 2013-04-07 16:06:10
 
 owner-organization:
 owner-name: James McCarthy
 owner-street: 21 Rivington Road
 owner-city: Chorley
 owner-state: Lancashire
 owner-zip: PR60EX
 owner-country: GB
 owner-phone: +44.7577006897
 owner-fax:
 owner-email: admin@glbse.com
 
 admin-organization:
 admin-name: James McCarthy
 admin-street: 21 Rivington Road
 admin-city: Chorley
 admin-state: Lancashire
 admin-zip: PR60EX
 admin-country: GB
 admin-phone: +44.7577006897
 admin-fax:
 admin-email: admin@glbse.com
 
 tech-organization:
 tech-name: James McCarthy
 tech-street: 21 Rivington Road
 tech-city: Chorley
 tech-state: Lancashire
 tech-zip: PR60EX
 tech-country: GB
 tech-phone: +44.7577006897
 tech-fax:
 tech-email: admin@glbse.com
 
 billing-organization:
 billing-name: James McCarthy
 billing-street: 21 Rivington Road
 billing-city: Chorley
 billing-state: Lancashire
 billing-zip: PR60EX
 billing-country: GB
 billing-phone: +44.7577006897
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 billing-email: admin@glbse.com
 
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November 14, 2012, 08:15:08 PM
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So he doesn't even live in a London slum. He lives in a Chorley slum. This may be the first time this decade any flowers made it to there.

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November 14, 2012, 11:28:18 PM
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http://www.shitsenders.com/  I think a steaming elephant shit is more appropriate.

And you really think that has any chance to move something in your favor? Roll Eyes

Anyway... im still searching his address. ColdHardMetal didnt have his address too. Its a bit astonishing that james is such a well known person but at the end nobody has his address.

I now asked CHM for james phonenumber. Maybe there is a phone-reverse-search in GB so that with the phonenumber one could find the address matching to it. I really thought its easier to find his address. Or at the end i have to ask BCB, the internet detective. Wink

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November 14, 2012, 11:31:56 PM
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I looked into whois of glbse.com at first. But i was told chorley is his old address and that he moved to london. So the london address is the one of interest.

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November 15, 2012, 02:08:26 AM
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I looked into whois of glbse.com at first. But i was told chorley is his old address and that he moved to london. So the london address is the one of interest.

Perhaps try to contact the postal service? I'm not sure about the UK, but its common in other parts of the world to leave a forwarding address with the postal service when you move.
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November 15, 2012, 06:27:36 AM
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I looked into whois of glbse.com at first. But i was told chorley is his old address and that he moved to london. So the london address is the one of interest.

Perhaps try to contact the postal service? I'm not sure about the UK, but its common in other parts of the world to leave a forwarding address with the postal service when you move.

If the postal service doesn't cooperate, you can always send a small GPS device to be forwarded to his new address. Wink
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November 15, 2012, 11:42:42 AM
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I looked into whois of glbse.com at first. But i was told chorley is his old address and that he moved to london. So the london address is the one of interest.

Perhaps try to contact the postal service? I'm not sure about the UK, but its common in other parts of the world to leave a forwarding address with the postal service when you move.

Good idea. Ill try to call them today. Alternatively i got the phonenumber but its only from a cell. Because i didnt know further i asked BCB if he has an idea. But maybe with the postalservice it can be done. Ill try today.

@memvola... right... i didnt think i have to become something like a private investigator to find his address. Wink

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November 15, 2012, 12:54:25 PM
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Multiple people have James mobile number, even I have it, for fuck sake Smiley
I have called him few times and we have had a nice friendly chat. Time for chit-chat and circle jerking is over and I like to see some fkn results.
I am way too far away from UK to fly over there and sit next to him, while he gets busy writing few lines of SQL to end this BS for good.


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November 15, 2012, 12:58:00 PM
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Offtopic:

Hey, eskimo, go look in Securities who's back.  Wink
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November 15, 2012, 03:51:18 PM
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I now phoned with royal mail but these informations are protected by some act. So they wont give them out. Then i phoned james directly but instantly the phone recorder was enabled. I then spoke him on it and asked him if he can send me a pm in the forum with his address and ensured him that its nothing to fear of like he can read in the thread.

Im really not sure if he even is hearing these messages because i guess no one will hear threats and hate all day long. But maybe he does.

Otherwise only BCB could do something.

Or is there a way to send a mail to his old address and saying "if moved send back with new address"? Its possible in germany but they tell you the new address only when the receiver said that its allowed to do so when he enabled the forwarding-address-contract.

Its astonishing hard to speak fluently english. Even when i write it so often here. But at least they understood me and i understood them. Even though some of them talked very fast.

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November 15, 2012, 04:08:26 PM
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Or is there a way to send a mail to his old address and saying "if moved send back with new address"? Its possible in germany but they tell you the new address only when the receiver said that its allowed to do so when he enabled the forwarding-address-contract.
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No, but if you write to him at his old address then if he set up mail forwarding with the Royal Mail he'll get it sent on to him & also if his ex-landlord or who ever lives at his old address knows & is forwarding mail to him then he'll also get it, best to write "Please Forward" on it & maybe make it look important & official - at least printed or a hand written personal type letter - neat with a return address so that it may be sent back to you if not forwarded so that you'll know. Alternatively write to 'the present occupier' of his old address & ask them to email you his new address if they have it may work, or check who his ex-landlord was for that property & write to him/her.

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November 16, 2012, 07:30:33 PM
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To James McCarthy (a.k.a) Nefario (a.k.a) Satoshi Nakamoto

I don't understand what plan you have to gain reputation again or believe that everyone will treat you same.
Many scammed in Bitcoin & still scamming in Bitcoin.

But you not like them, You wanted Bitcoin to succeed & you created GLBSE.
Now GLBSE is completely screwed & no one will want to do business with 100% confident on you.

Your friends & share holders can't block you or throw you away from GLBSE, coz they know that you created Bitcoin with a nick name Satoshi Nakamoto, but went anonymous for the many reasons including attack from government.
Even though you created Bitcoin, you can't tell publicly that you are the one who created it & get fame.
After seeing success of Bitcoin, you wanted to get the fame for creating Bitcoin & created GLBSE & trying to get fame from it, which gone very bad.

Keep on in silent, which making fear & frustration to those who invested in various shares & also the asset issuers who cant send dividend & don't know what to do without account details, is not at all good.

You didn't wanted to scam people like others.
But not releasing assets info, makes you a scammer.

You can regain reputation & confidence, if you prove that you are Satoshi Nakamotoi and also the fame, which you wanted most, but doing insane things to get that with the name Nefario.

Now its your choice to decide, whether you want good future or bad future. Satoshi Nakamotoi may give good future, but Nefario will give bad future.   

I know its not solid evidence, but still has some points.
The share holders with out any reason or logic doing what nefario says.
Nefario is not fearing government or SEC.
He wants fame for creating Bitcoin.

The share holders always in dilemma, so can't able to make decisions against Nefario.


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November 16, 2012, 07:37:21 PM
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I've got it. Promise him flowers soon, give someone else double flowers, fight with that person, never give nefario any flowers.

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November 16, 2012, 08:17:18 PM
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I've got it. Promise him flowers soon, give someone else double flowers, fight with that person, never give nefario any flowers.

82 pages and someone finally makes some sense of this situation. Genius.
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