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August 31, 2015, 12:42:01 PM
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So here is the back story:
I was introduced to one of the Coinomat employees through my previous employer who told them I had a presence on Reddit and could help them out with their advertising, and to generally boost their online presence. I got into an email exchange between the employee, and we agreed on prices. I specifically said to post the new content to me so that I could word it properly for Reddit. I was not given any content, instead I went looking for work and proof-read their website which was full of grammatical errors, which I changed. Still not being given information, and after a month had passed which meant that I was to be paid, I asked for my payment. The employee wasn't happy that I only had one post (purely due to their lack of communication) and so offered me a reduced rate, which I wasn't going to accept. This was back in February (apologies, I got so busy with word and school that I wasn't able to post this any sooner) and so I give them ample amount of time to sort this out, but instead they decided to ignore me.

I only want my 1BTC that I was owed for the work that I carried out. Whilst reading the messages keep an eye on the dates.

Now you can judge for yourself (sensitive information has been withdrawn)

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August 31, 2015, 12:42:28 PM
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Apparently the image didn't work, but the link is here: http://imgur.com/ejQheLS
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August 31, 2015, 01:05:43 PM
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Apparently the image didn't work, but the link is here: http://imgur.com/ejQheLS

I am unable to see the mails after 12/5/14 , can you upload else where , i guess you are the same guy who used to promote http://cloudthink.io let me know.(Correct me)
Moreover your trade agreement is much older and you are waking up now and raising a controversy , anyways they are now much well known.

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August 31, 2015, 01:10:51 PM
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Apparently the image didn't work, but the link is here: http://imgur.com/ejQheLS

I am unable to see the mails after 12/5/14 , can you upload else where , i guess you are the same guy who used to promote http://cloudthink.io let me know.(Correct me)
Moreover your trade agreement is much older and you are waking up now and raising a controversy , anyways they are now much well known.

http://i.imgur.com/ejQheLS.png?1 Are you sure you can't read any further, I can see all of them. I have no idea what cloudthink is. This is only because I was trying to sort the issue out between them and myself, and give them a fair amount of time to get the issue resolved. Then I got busy with work and school, and so was unable to further the issue until today.
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September 13, 2015, 01:28:35 PM
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Is the issue with coinomat is resolved or still they haven't Paid ! as much recently one more exchange company mailed about promoting the same Stuffs for them on different Forum.
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