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May 15, 2016, 07:05:20 PM
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hi.

im in red because i had a confussion about the crypto currencys in my first loan requirement.

How can i clean my account?   Some ideas?

i have two domains (in México)  for use as collateral:

ranchoencinos.com.mx

inmobiliariaaguilar.com.mx

if you check the whois for this two yo can see that are registered to Fausto Eduardo Arias Moreno

Some one interested?

How many can you give in a loan with this two as a collateral??

i need .6 BTC for five days top.

the minimum that i need is .45

any one can help?

i can sent by email all the information about Btcpop

i know that ask a loan for pay another loan is not the beste but my salary is late and is the only way that i can prevent being banned in Btcpop or be late.


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May 15, 2016, 07:11:59 PM
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How can i clean my account?   Some ideas?


i have two domains (in México)  for use as collateral:

ranchoencinos.com.mx

inmobiliariaaguilar.com.mx

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How many can you give in a loan with this two as a collateral??

i need .6 BTC for five days top.

Asking for another loan with bogus/worthless collateral is not helping your cause
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May 15, 2016, 07:28:05 PM
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How can i clean my account?   Some ideas?


i have two domains (in México)  for use as collateral:

ranchoencinos.com.mx

inmobiliariaaguilar.com.mx

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How many can you give in a loan with this two as a collateral??

i need .6 BTC for five days top.

Asking for another loan with bogus/worthless collateral is not helping your cause

i was reading that the domains can work as a collateral.

this is a bad idea?


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May 15, 2016, 07:30:53 PM
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Yes they can work if the domain is something unique or at least easy to resell and have a valuve of over 120% of the loan ammount.
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May 15, 2016, 07:31:26 PM
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I have yet to see someone actually take a domain as collateral.   I'm sure it happens but.it's rare.  And I don't think your domains are worth 120% of the loan amount, which is generally what it needs to be.

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May 15, 2016, 07:34:33 PM
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Yes they can work if the domain is something unique or at least easy to resell and have a valuve of over 120% of the loan ammount.

The domain also has two extentions of .com and .mx which makes it even harder to remember!
I am not sure most domains are worth 0.6BTC.
They can be used as colateral though just for information.

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May 15, 2016, 07:38:11 PM
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Yes they can work if the domain is something unique or at least easy to resell and have a valuve of over 120% of the loan ammount.

The domain also has two extentions of .com and .mx which makes it even harder to remember!
I am not sure most domains are worth 0.6BTC.
They can be used as colateral though just for information.

How many can i ask if im only have this?

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May 15, 2016, 07:41:54 PM
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Yes they can work if the domain is something unique or at least easy to resell and have a valuve of over 120% of the loan ammount.

The domain also has two extentions of .com and .mx which makes it even harder to remember!
I am not sure most domains are worth 0.6BTC.
They can be used as colateral though just for information.

How many can i ask if im only have this?

I am unsure of the value but could probably state that they would be worth less than around 0.01BTC.
It may be better to see if you can find some other colateral?
Do you have anything else of value that you could use to cover as colateral?

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May 15, 2016, 07:47:32 PM
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Yes they can work if the domain is something unique or at least easy to resell and have a valuve of over 120% of the loan ammount.

The domain also has two extentions of .com and .mx which makes it even harder to remember!
I am not sure most domains are worth 0.6BTC.
They can be used as colateral though just for information.

How many can i ask if im only have this?

I am unsure of the value but could probably state that they would be worth less than around 0.01BTC.
It may be better to see if you can find some other colateral?
Do you have anything else of value that you could use to cover as colateral?

i have some Mexican art, but,   where i can sent it for collateral??

i have trhee sculptures and a french old furniture but how can i use this as collateral?

with pictures or what?

i think that maybe is a little worthless because im gonna pay  ; p

well, some ideas?

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May 15, 2016, 07:55:29 PM
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You should have first checked the price of your domain and then asked for the loan. By asking for a loan of 0.45-0.6 with a domain not even worth 0.01, you earned the trust rating. Next time do some research.

No furniture or sculpture can be used as a collateral. I doubt you are serious about this or just trolling. You need to have an altcoin/account worth more than the loan amount you ask for.

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May 15, 2016, 08:01:17 PM
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You should have first checked the price of your domain and then asked for the loan. By asking for a loan of 0.45-0.6 with a domain not even worth 0.01, you earned the trust rating. Next time do some research.

No furniture or sculpture can be used as a collateral. I doubt you are serious about this or just trolling. You need to have an altcoin/account worth more than the loan amount you ask for.

Well, the trust warning was because i ask for the loan with no real collateral, well real for me, but not real.

i was thinking that i had 1000000 Ltc, but was 1000000 hatochi Ltc, obviously that was a hugh error when some one ask.

i told the loaner that i had 100 Doge, and was 100 DOge  satoshi, so, my ignorance and stupidity gave me a bad reputation.

Im sad for that  ; P

Well.   thanks a lot.

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May 15, 2016, 11:47:13 PM
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I have yet to see someone actually take a domain as collateral.   I'm sure it happens but.it's rare.  And I don't think your domains are worth 120% of the loan amount, which is generally what it needs to be.

how exactly CAN domain names be used as collateral?
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May 16, 2016, 06:05:42 AM
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how exactly CAN domain names be used as collateral?
The domain is transferred to the person giving the loan, and is then sold should the loan be defaulted. If not, the domains are transferred back to the person recieving the loan once they have repaid fully.
The problem with taking domains as collateral is that most of the time they can't be sold quickly for a good price, causing the person giving the loan to be out of pocket for a while.

I have yet to see someone actually take a domain as collateral.   I'm sure it happens but.it's rare.  And I don't think your domains are worth 120% of the loan amount, which is generally what it needs to be.
I believe it happened when EcuaMobi gave a loan to liteon (which was defaulted). Not entirely sure if he has managed to get the loan amount back through collateral yet, which is the problem with accepting domains.
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May 17, 2016, 06:36:31 AM
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I recommend joining a signature campaign here on this forum to make up for the late payments instead of asking for loan after loan.
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May 17, 2016, 05:05:50 PM
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I recommend joining a signature campaign here on this forum to make up for the late payments instead of asking for loan after loan.

How can i do that?

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May 17, 2016, 05:40:11 PM
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Ignore him, sig campaigns don't accept negative trust accounts.

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May 17, 2016, 08:14:30 PM
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Ignore him, sig campaigns don't accept negative trust accounts.

any way what is a sign campaigne?

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