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May 17, 2016, 07:46:40 PM
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Which guy are you talking about,  quickseller?
He's talking about Boelens. It seems his account was hacked on the 1st of May or before according to the feedback that Mitchełł just left.
In that case OP is right in saying that feedback shouldn't be trusted. Apparently it wasn't left by the original owner of the account. :/
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but im gonna still asking for a loan.
So I'm leaving negative feedback on OP's account too to see if that makes him stop asking for no-collateral loans.


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i put him out from my own trust and the red points are not in my account, maybe the comments but ..
FYI only you don't see those "red points". Everyone else with default settings still do. Just stop asking for loans without collateral or doing other untrustworthy activities and you should be fine in a few months.

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May 17, 2016, 07:53:05 PM
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That is a interesting turn of events,he was green this morning before Mitchell pointed out he had been hacked.
Guess you may be able to straighten out the trust issue once the account is in the right hands.


yea i will, so, i put him out from my own trust and the red points are not in my account, maybe the comments but ..


well, i dont know why but it makes me feel better.


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May 17, 2016, 08:05:09 PM
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Which guy are you talking about,  quickseller?
He's talking about Boelens. It seems his account was hacked on the 1st of May or before according to the feedback that Mitchełł just left.
In that case OP is right in saying that feedback shouldn't be trusted. Apparently it wasn't left by the original owner of the account. :/
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I can assure you 100% that the boelens account was not hacked. I have personally witnessed cryptographic proof of this and I don't see any PW changes around the first of may.

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May 17, 2016, 08:07:57 PM
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Which guy are you talking about,  quickseller?
He's talking about Boelens. It seems his account was hacked on the 1st of May or before according to the feedback that Mitchełł just left.
In that case OP is right in saying that feedback shouldn't be trusted. Apparently it wasn't left by the original owner of the account. :/
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but im gonna still asking for a loan.
So I'm leaving negative feedback on OP's account too to see if that makes him stop asking for no-collateral loans.

why you do that???

i told to everybody that im going asking but with the borrowers who offer that possibility.

i wrote that my salary is late iand i need pay my loan for dont be blocked or mark with bad reference in my loans site.

if i have a low profile, asking only in the borrowers posts and dont openning a new topic,  you dont should put me a bad  reputation.

i think that this is realy bad from you.

This is not fear.


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May 17, 2016, 08:14:45 PM
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I can assure you 100% that the boelens account was not hacked. I have personally witnessed cryptographic proof of this and I don't see any PW changes around the first of may.
I hope so. Anyway I'm not leaving negative trust on Boelens' account (because I'm not informed about it) and OP deserves my negative regardless of this.



i told to everybody that im going asking but with the borrowers who offer that possibility.
i wrote that my salary is late iand i need pay my loan for dont be blocked or mark with bad reference in my loans site.
if i have a low profile, asking only in the borrowers posts and dont openning a new topic,  you dont should put me a bad  reputation.
Just don't ask for no-collateral loans. Is it that hard to understand? Don't ask it to anybody at all in this forum. You said you read the sticky posts on Lending but to be honest I don't believe you.
Read this, especially the red part impossible to miss: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577765.0

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May 17, 2016, 10:36:34 PM
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is not, but, why some people are offering some loans without collateral??

I was asking help for them.

Thanks.

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May 20, 2016, 01:49:36 PM
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is not, but, why some people are offering some loans without collateral??

I was asking help for them.

Thanks.
They do so for members with high rank who usually do not risk their accounts for a small loan, newbies however will most of the time scam.
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May 20, 2016, 02:08:21 PM
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is not, but, why some people are offering some loans without collateral??

I was asking help for them.

Thanks.
They do so for members with high rank who usually do not risk their accounts for a small loan, newbies however will most of the time scam.

yes, i can see that here the accounts and their ranks are important and valuables, so you can trade with that.

is good.

so, i just have to wait, and maybe with some time i could "get older" in the forum.

thanks for the comment.

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