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February 20, 2014, 09:58:47 AM
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Imagine that!! JDBIF, yet another in long line of crypto::stocks scams.  Price just tanked to 0.000002/share, and guess whose responsible?!  You guessed, good ole JDBIF himself!!  Wow...just wow!!

Well, on a positive note...at least he sold nearly all his shares!!  <---sarcasm
Yea if TRJ will keep his promise from the 11 nov to not release more than 3 000 000 shares for a 365 day period this should be the last of his crazy big sellouts in a while. But we know we can't trust him or his fund so we'll see.

He still owes his shareholders 20% interest on the shares face value, 0,01 btc for the period 1 nov 2012 up till today, he has been in violation of his contract for over a year now, i highly doubt it's possible for him to pay 6000 btc a month to his shareholders so i can only see one way this JDBIF thing will end for the brazilian citisen jokerdragon/TheRealJoker007/mindragon or whatever he likes to call hinself.

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February 20, 2014, 07:35:48 PM
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Looks like it's time for him to release jdbif v8.8

jdbif_con_status := undeniable;

jdbif update from cryptostocks (timestamp: 06 Mar 08:38)

"MtGox bankruptcy and JDBIF recapitalization.
JDBIF was severely damaged by the Mtgox bankruptcy.

Recapitalization

We are working hard on last two weeks with our HKFG (Hong Kong Financial Group) partner to rebuild our bankroll as soon as possible to ensure the continuation of the best algorithm operation on the BTC market.
We are not inducing any undesired panic and we are pretty confident that we going to be sucessfull with this rescue plan.
We also see the current JDBIF shares value as a strong opportunity to any interested investor"

It's this last line that really blows me away.  A warning to all you new guys out there.  jdbif is a complete scam...your guaranteed to leave jdbif with fewer satoshi's then you entered with.

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April 01, 2014, 02:40:52 PM
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Just wanted to flag to everyone JDBIF - Joker&#39;s Dragon BTC Investment Fund appears to be trying to lure in poor unsuspecting newcomers.. look at the inflated price of the stock today!

Please everyone do NOT buy this listing it is clearly a scam and I know the user running it and they have been absent for many months, always avoided questions, never explained how all the BTC was lost many times that was supposed to be traded with.

I know for a fact that this user who listed this listing is a frequent user of bitcoin gambling sites and I saw him betting large amounts that I am 99% sure were the investors btc he was gambling.

You have been warned. and cryptostocks should really delist this scam!

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April 01, 2014, 03:29:24 PM
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Just wanted to flag to everyone JDBIF - Joker&#39;s Dragon BTC Investment Fund appears to be trying to lure in poor unsuspecting newcomers.. look at the inflated price of the stock today!

Please everyone do NOT buy this listing it is clearly a scam and I know the user running it and they have been absent for many months, always avoided questions, never explained how all the BTC was lost many times that was supposed to be traded with.

I know for a fact that this user who listed this listing is a frequent user of bitcoin gambling sites and I saw him betting large amounts that I am 99% sure were the investors btc he was gambling.

You have been warned. and cryptostocks should really delist this scam!

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Yea it looks like it, if you look at the trade history and amount of public stocks you see that he dumped 553 281 shares into the orderbook at 0,000002 - 0,000001 per share today, then erased the orderbook and locked peoples shares in by setting IPO flag, then it looks like he have bought 18 shares himself, probably from some other accounts he controls at the crazy prize 0,01 per share to try to lure people like you said.

He also broke the promise from the 11 nov 2013 to not release more than the 3 000 000 shares that then was issued, in the process when he released 7 000 000 more shares today.
from JDBIF's announcement 11 nov 2013 "...but now its the last release(of shares) for next 365 days, it is part of the contract."

and if you add the fact that he is obligated to pay 20% interest(witch he hasen't done since october 2012) on the shares face value 0,01 according to the original contract, he's dept to the shareholders increased by 6 000 btc per month when there was 3 000 000 shares out and now by over 7100 btc per month. I think it's about time kumala demands advanced verification for this scammer.

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April 10, 2014, 07:16:52 AM
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Yo Bif.  Official swing-trade shareholder question here:

"Why in Hades didn't we get any posts about this most recent tanking?  I do so miss your uber-accurate forecasts!!"  <---more sarcasm

*No, in all seriousness though.  I think your overall valuation for jdbif is way too small.  I mean only a million BTC?  Come on, surely with the high degree of accuracy that you guys where attaining (sorry, can't help myself), I figure you guys are worth at least Half if not 3/4's of all the bitcoin that ever will be!!  (last one for this post I swear!!)




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June 22, 2014, 08:04:18 AM
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Added negative feedback in the hopes that maybe, just maybe one newbie to bitcoin will avoid losing their coins to this twat-waffle!

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August 06, 2014, 07:38:06 AM
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Why is this ass-clown (jdbif) even still allowed to have a listing on crypto::stocks?!  What the hell is going on.  It's been obvious for sometime that this guy is a complete crook!

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August 06, 2014, 08:55:47 AM
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I was just wondering, why this scammer didn't have any negative trust-votings. I just corrected that, maybe somebody will join

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February 02, 2015, 11:07:57 AM
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A brief summary of JDBIF's trading algorithm:

1.) Deposit investor funds in SealsWithClubs online poker site.
2.) Hit the tables
3.) Lose it all
4.) Payout fractional dividend with small percentage of initially invested funds to lure in more new investors
5.) Rinse and repeat

Stay away from this guy.

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February 04, 2015, 08:54:29 AM
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3.) Lose it all

Was scammed by this guy on cryptostocks, stay far away!
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