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Author Topic: Where do I ask for a loan without being Talked to like I am a scammer?  (Read 1194 times)
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January 29, 2013, 06:51:42 AM
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Giving respect and getting scammed is two issues altogether. You wouldn't believe the amount of scammers we get here. Remember that giving ID and address does not mean anything in the bitcoin world. I have seen countless cases where there is all information on the scammer and yet the lenders cannot do anything.
why would You let that known? It opens the door for even more scammers if they know that to be the case.If known that lenders would not do anything.  it makes dishonesty come out in people that would be to scared  to scam if they thought they would be in trouble if they did so.

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January 29, 2013, 07:00:16 AM
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Giving respect and getting scammed is two issues altogether. You wouldn't believe the amount of scammers we get here. Remember that giving ID and address does not mean anything in the bitcoin world. I have seen countless cases where there is all information on the scammer and yet the lenders cannot do anything.


Getting a loan is not a right, it's a privilege. Too many think it's their right to have one and many are also just assholes.

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If you want to ask for a loan without looking like a scammer, ask somewhere you have earned trust. Your bank and family are the best places to start. If you have earned trust among the Bitcoin community, then you should have a good chance of getting one here.
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January 29, 2013, 07:04:03 AM
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OP, you're taking this too personal.

If someone rejects you, just move on.
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January 29, 2013, 07:39:29 AM
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Giving respect and getting scammed is two issues altogether. You wouldn't believe the amount of scammers we get here. Remember that giving ID and address does not mean anything in the bitcoin world. I have seen countless cases where there is all information on the scammer and yet the lenders cannot do anything.
why would You let that known? It opens the door for even more scammers if they know that to be the case.If known that lenders would not do anything.  it makes dishonesty come out in people that would be to scared  to scam if they thought they would be in trouble if they did so.
That's not a secret or anything. In fact, it's a common knowledge. Sure, the scammer would be ruined reputationally and professionally as his dox and stuff would be plastered across the internet, but the lender is screwed either way. It's a lose-lose situation for both sides. The lender is out of his coins, and the scammer from the prospect of a good job etc.

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January 29, 2013, 08:00:37 AM
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Fair enough

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