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March 20, 2013, 02:55:51 PM
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#6 After an extensive research cycle, they discovered that the 6th week of April is really the 2nd week in May.

#5 After the FinCEN declarations, they had to wait for a Money Transmitter license to test the transfer of their testnet coins

#4 The online order tracking system accidentally changed all of the order dates to "blue"

#3 The units didn't work after they cut each of them into thirds to be able to implement the 1/3rd plan

#2 The digital design company theyused for their ASICs are litecoin moles.

and the number one reason BFL will postpone and April 2013 shipping date:

The units from PrimeASIC they were going to repackage haven't arrived yet.

fucking gold right here!
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March 20, 2013, 02:59:51 PM
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I really like #5 (not so much the testnet part) as their next "legitimate bullshit" excuse for more delays.
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March 20, 2013, 03:11:45 PM
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We should cheer for BFL instead of continually attacking them.  BFL's stumble so far is why Avalon has increased their prices for the 3rd batch 4x.  We need more competition in the ASIC space or else it's guaranteed the only winners will be the ASIC manufacturers themselves.
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March 20, 2013, 03:15:02 PM
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Avalon should be pricing their subsequent batch units at $5k, since they are proven to be able to deliver. They are selling themselves short on profit otherwise. While they are probably still making assloads of money being an all China based operation, people are willing to pay.
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March 20, 2013, 03:21:02 PM
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Avalon should be pricing their subsequent batch units at $5k, since they are proven to be able to deliver. They are selling themselves short on profit otherwise. While they are probably still making assloads of money being an all China based operation, people are willing to pay.

They are the ONLY company to deliver ASICs to customers, so all the more reason to charge whatever they wish, you can't get any anywhere else.

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March 20, 2013, 05:08:09 PM
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Has anyone requested a refund, and not received it?

I tried to but got no answer from them.

How long ago did you request the refund?

Hardly anyone speaks English on this forum.
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March 20, 2013, 06:12:00 PM
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Has anyone requested a refund, and not received it?

I tried to but got no answer from them.

How long ago did you request the refund?

The first time was 2013-01-28. The last time was 2013-02-06.

Never got an reply.
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March 29, 2013, 12:02:18 PM
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#1 :
 
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Quote from: BFL_Josh
"The process to bring a brand new ASIC to life is not as simple as turning it on. The fact that some people BFL thinks it is, is an indicator that they have never actually done so. There is a lot of testing, poking, prodding and debugging that needs to happen to get a chip up and running and if someone BFL tells you differently, they are incorrect, plain and simple."
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March 29, 2013, 08:59:24 PM
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1 heatsink fans are not designed for duble triple load and heat
2 josh is a liar scam artist jerk
3 1000 chips diveded by 8 u 125 sc unit
4 125 sc units with duble or triple chiops = 50 units at best
5 if they ship anithing will be for publicity stunt
6 bfl is very elaborate string along scam
7 of the pyramidal type if u request u refund u actually still get one
8 are covered by new orders comning in going to those requesting refund
9 they 7 months late and 10 month since they took millions
10 if they wouldnt be  a scam with so many millions they would shippend something

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March 29, 2013, 09:41:03 PM
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11. Jalapeno not fitting into USB's 5W power limit and thus they need a complete redesign of the chips. Running out of monies when missing eight ( 8 ) months of promised delivery dates in a row. Refunds stack and Anti-BFL advertising kicks in, no more monies in and joshing around finally stops.
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March 29, 2013, 09:43:52 PM
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#6 After an extensive research cycle, they discovered that the 6th week of April is really the 2nd week in May.

#5 After the FinCEN declarations, they had to wait for a Money Transmitter license to test the transfer of their testnet coins

#4 The online order tracking system accidentally changed all of the order dates to "blue"

#3 The units didn't work after they cut each of them into thirds to be able to implement the 1/3rd plan

#2 The digital design company theyused for their ASICs are litecoin moles.

and the number one reason BFL will postpone and April 2013 shipping date:

The units from PrimeASIC they were going to repackage haven't arrived yet.

fucking gold right here!

yeah man u got some reasons no kidding scarry sheat
hope josh propeler crashes and he has time to smell burning flash haha
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