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January 30, 2013, 08:22:04 PM
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If anyone has interest in this, please contact me via PM. I have no problem being transparent and will provide more details for serious lenders. I will not be keeping up with back and forth in this thread. One of the hardest things to do is to push someone off of their first impression/opinion. I know there are many scammers out there, but I should not have to automatically defend myself just because of other's choices.

You have to defend yourself because you put "Guaranteed Repayment" in the title, without actually providing any guarantee.

My last response in this thread.

"Provide a formal assurance or promise, esp. that certain conditions shall be fulfilled relating to a product, service, or transaction."

Done.

Guarantee provided.

Am I lying about the guarantee? That's not something that is black and white. The guarantee is still there, whether you view it as that or not.

Good enough for me. Go wait by the Bitcoin faucet and 100 BTC shall pour out promptly.

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January 30, 2013, 08:23:30 PM
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My last response in this thread.

"Provide a formal assurance or promise, esp. that certain conditions shall be fulfilled relating to a product, service, or transaction."

Done.

Guarantee provided.

Am I lying about the guarantee? That's not something that is black and white. The guarantee is still there, whether you view it as that or not.

Where's the formality?  You've posted some words on a forum under an anonymous account.   You totally glossed over the formal part (signatures, witnesses, etc) - what you have posted is not a guarantee, period.



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March 06, 2013, 08:36:41 PM
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Hell, I could take a dump in a box and stamp "Guaranteed" on it.  But what have you got then, but a guaranteed piece of shit?  (the exchange above reminded me of Tommy Boy)
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