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May 29, 2017, 03:41:31 PM
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with the fact the Owner of POSW .com decided to have my postings removed  and lock the thread i would like to inform everyone    lets take a look

lets take for example   Vericoin
if by chance your wallet in POSWALLET>COM has   0.215125 VRC
this in his site equals aprox   0.00003154 btc
with a normale VRC = Vericoin withdrawal paymen of  0.01 VRC
POSWALLET will not allow you to withdraw those coins and you give them forced to the owner.
why? because the value of the coins are low and if they are under a certain point it is automatic forfeit to him.
so your coins are not yours and you have no control over them.
and i can say that from the time i started using POSWALLET several times the policy has changed.
and i would say each time the policy changes it is  equal to him waking up in the mornings!

i simply do see why if he is delisting the coin forcefully why we are not able to pull these coins out? are they not ours?
are we asking to close that particular coin from his website?
so please do some math and how many people use Vericoin?
6913
Pool Users

presume that 900 are able to pull theirs out ... the other 6000 people forfeit their coins to him!
or math please....
6000 time more or less 0.00003154  =  0.18924 btc on a single coin and approximately...

he is delisting about 70 coins

 0.18924 bt  times 70 =  13.2468 BTC

13.2468 BTC   $2,171.76  from coindesk at the moment of posting =    $28758.80 USD

all from the suckers like us that let him do this without saying a word!

the withdraw of a forcefully "by The Owner" closed coin should be withdrawn as per the same coins payment scale for transfer

it is not a question of the coin or anything else but he is doing this in a wrong way!

the individual value of the coin should not be of concern  and allowed transfer as per the pay scheduled of the coin its self.
if a person would like his coins and thet have no value then the actual owner can bounce them on his screen like virtual ping pong balls if he so chooses but he is forcing the closure of the coin and should allow all people to withdraw all their coins!

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May 29, 2017, 03:55:49 PM
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with the fact the Owner of POSW .com decided to have my postings removed  and lock the thread i would like to inform everyone    lets take a look

lets take for example   Vericoin
if by chance your wallet in POSWALLET>COM has   0.215125 VRC
this in his site equals aprox   0.00003154 btc
with a normale VRC = Vericoin withdrawal paymen of  0.01 VRC
POSWALLET will not allow you to withdraw those coins and you give them forced to the owner.
why? because the value of the coins are low and if they are under a certain point it is automatic forfeit to him.
so your coins are not yours and you have no control over them.
and i can say that from the time i started using POSWALLET several times the policy has changed.
and i would say each time the policy changes it is  equal to him waking up in the mornings!

i simply do see why if he is delisting the coin forcefully why we are not able to pull these coins out? are they not ours?
are we asking to close that particular coin from his website?
so please do some math and how many people use Vericoin?
6913
Pool Users

presume that 900 are able to pull theirs out ... the other 6000 people forfeit their coins to him!
or math please....
6000 time more or less 0.00003154  =  0.18924 btc on a single coin and approximately...

he is delisting about 70 coins

 0.18924 bt  times 70 =  13.2468 BTC

13.2468 BTC   $2,171.76  from coindesk at the moment of posting =    $28758.80 USD

all from the suckers like us that let him do this without saying a word!

the withdraw of a forcefully "by The Owner" closed coin should be withdrawn as per the same coins payment scale for transfer

it is not a question of the coin or anything else but he is doing this in a wrong way!

the individual value of the coin should not be of concern  and allowed transfer as per the pay scheduled of the coin its self.
if a person would like his coins and thet have no value then the actual owner can bounce them on his screen like virtual ping pong balls if he so chooses but he is forcing the closure of the coin and should allow all people to withdraw all their coins!
I totally agree with you!!here that answered me my question!!after this answer I don't want to have nothing in common with POSWallet!!
Code:
on your platform there's no hope !! you change your rules when you want!!

 POSWallet
 Of course we do. This is our business, our company and we have the right to do it.

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May 29, 2017, 04:03:50 PM
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with the fact the Owner of POSW .com decided to have my postings removed  and lock the thread i would like to inform everyone    lets take a look

lets take for example   Vericoin
if by chance your wallet in POSWALLET>COM has   0.215125 VRC
this in his site equals aprox   0.00003154 btc
with a normale VRC = Vericoin withdrawal paymen of  0.01 VRC
POSWALLET will not allow you to withdraw those coins and you give them forced to the owner.
why? because the value of the coins are low and if they are under a certain point it is automatic forfeit to him.
so your coins are not yours and you have no control over them.
and i can say that from the time i started using POSWALLET several times the policy has changed.
and i would say each time the policy changes it is  equal to him waking up in the mornings!

i simply do see why if he is delisting the coin forcefully why we are not able to pull these coins out? are they not ours?
are we asking to close that particular coin from his website?
so please do some math and how many people use Vericoin?
6913
Pool Users

presume that 900 are able to pull theirs out ... the other 6000 people forfeit their coins to him!
or math please....
6000 time more or less 0.00003154  =  0.18924 btc on a single coin and approximately...

he is delisting about 70 coins

 0.18924 bt  times 70 =  13.2468 BTC

13.2468 BTC   $2,171.76  from coindesk at the moment of posting =    $28758.80 USD

all from the suckers like us that let him do this without saying a word!

the withdraw of a forcefully "by The Owner" closed coin should be withdrawn as per the same coins payment scale for transfer

it is not a question of the coin or anything else but he is doing this in a wrong way!

the individual value of the coin should not be of concern  and allowed transfer as per the pay scheduled of the coin its self.
if a person would like his coins and thet have no value then the actual owner can bounce them on his screen like virtual ping pong balls if he so chooses but he is forcing the closure of the coin and should allow all people to withdraw all their coins!
I totally agree with you!!here that answered me my question!!after this answer I don't want to have nothing in common with POSWallet!!
Code:
on your platform there's no hope !! you change your rules when you want!!

 POSWallet
 Of course we do. This is our business, our company and we have the right to do it.

there are many people like you also . so please hang in there and who knows what will happen .

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May 29, 2017, 04:09:18 PM
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up or down i am still very cautious on the fact that he is turning off  most of the coins, and with that said he is also able to keep Huge amounts of coins from his clients . he simply keeps them.  let me point out this example...

lets take for example   Vericoin
if by chance your wallet in POSWALLET>COM has   0.215125 VRC
this in his site equals aprox   0.00003154 btc
with a normale VRC = Vericoin withdrawal paymen of  0.01 VRC
POSWALLET will not allow you to withdraw those coins and you give them forced to the owner.
why? because the value of the coins are low and if they are under a certain point it is automatic forfeit to him.
so your coins are not yours and you have no control over them.
and i can say that from the time i started using POSWALLET several times the policy has changed.
and i would say each time the policy changes it is  equal to him waking up in the mornings!

i simply do see why if he is delisting the coin forcefully why we are not able to pull these coins out? are they not ours?
are we asking to close that particular coin from his website?
so please do some math and how many people use Vericoin?
6913
Pool Users

presume that 900 are able to pull theirs out ... the other 6000 people forfeit their coins to him!
or math please....
6000 time more or less 0.00003154  =  0.18924 btc on a single coin and approximately...

he is delisting about 70 coins

 0.18924 bt  times 70 =  13.2468 BTC

13.2468 BTC   $2,171.76  from coindesk at the moment of posting =    $28758.80 USD

all from the suckers like us that let him do this without saying a word!

the withdraw of a forcefully "by The Owner" closed coin should be withdrawn as per the same coins payment scale for transfer

it is not a question of the coin or anything else but he is doing this in a wrong way!

the individual value of the coin should not be of concern  and allowed transfer as per the pay scheduled of the coin its self.
if a person would like his coins and thet have no value then the actual owner can bounce them on his screen like virtual ping pong balls if he so chooses but he is forcing the closure of the coin and should allow all people to withdraw all their coins!



tbh a pretty good point here, someon should post thisi n slack and hear what they tell about this because I don't think any dev will make a statement on this point in here ..
Yes Good point I also lost 650000 money coins I requested for withdrawing and did not receive,yobit says they did not get it so finally, I lost my coins.and I have many coins with little amount I try to withdraw them can't because I can't rich their minimum withdrawal amount,that's not fair because some coins allowed to transfer even 1 or 2 coins within the network, as quote said it's not fair I think that's the reason for posw massive dump

i honestly dont know the reason for a massive dump but it would actually make sense... if the Dev turns sour no one will want his products and what he is doing is obvious and directly killing his clients  for a few pennies each that add up to a nice lil lump sum when all put together!
i personally have had private msgs from him saying i was poor and everything else and i never answered.. its not a question of just me but all the other small  holders that want their coins also...

as i repeat... when i started using pos wallet i paid upfront for their service!!!!! nothing ever came of that!
and all the coins that have already been taken from UPFRONT payment still cannot be retrieved



come to think about it..... there were a ton of coins on his add coin list and many votes were even paid for! all of those simply make a great day at the park! the coins simply deleted from the list and all PAID votes  he dosent even say thank you!


this is starting to sound alot like Cryptsy


Hey Paul V. is that you AGAIN???    is Horus still wagging his tail for you?

We refunded all users who purchased votes

OMG it is very very sad that the owner comes in and reads all the fore mentioned and only replies as highlighted
After the last few pages wouldn't it be natural to try to get out of the mess your in? or at least lie about things or whatever you favorite way of scamming the people is.
Holy crap you really are just simply Scamming everyone possible!!
INFO they did not refund all who purchased votes


after this mr Bean did not answer anything more! and there were many posts of other people that were deleted also and then the thread locked!   there is more just wait!!!!

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May 29, 2017, 04:26:27 PM
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So we can assume the posw is dead? Price is falling by day and here I am reading all the bad things about POSW. I didn't sell at 20k because i believed in posw but seems it was my mistake

We all at time make mistakes and this is also a mistake i made ... i have been with poswallet from almost the start and now it is my turn to become the loud mouth that i am and call SCAM
there are several people that never received a refund from the paid votes..... and the owner is not grasping for every ones cash!
and there have been many that ask the very same questions without replying anything not even a bad answer about all the coins he is about to take from everyone on his website.
but there is also one other issue .....
i was one that paid upfront to deposit coins when he started and now the very same coins that i paid a percentage to deposit are either already missing because he  took them on the previous coin closing and now the only records are in his hands.
it is very unfortunate to find Scammers like this!


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so all the coins you are delisting remain all yours? if someone does not have 0.0003 worth of coins or the coin simply has no trade value at the moment you acquire all the coins simply by delisting them! obviously people that have coins there would like to be able to retrieve them!!!!!
the respective payment for transfer is not in BITCOIN its in the coin its self so why this policy

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To me it is not penny's.
I sent him almost 500,000 space coins for staking. value is around $1000. I want my coins back!

gosh your such a Cheap Charlie?
My heart goes out to you my friend and that is exactly why i am making as much noise as i can!
i was joking about the cheap charlie stupid shit  that the other dude started...



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Guys why cry for nothing?

I deposit about2 btc value crypto (insane, esp ..)
Everything works fine for me

the concept is way above your comprehension level.... if it works for you then why the living hell are you jumping in a discussion that does not pertain to you?
unless the account your using now is an alternative account for the owner/developer/ scammer


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So we can assume the posw is dead? Price is falling by day and here I am reading all the bad things about POSW. I didn't sell at 20k because i believed in posw but seems it was my mistake

We all at time make mistakes and this is also a mistake i made ... i have been with poswallet from almost the start and now it is my turn to become the loud mouth that i am and call SCAM
there are several people that never received a refund from the paid votes..... and the owner is not grasping for every ones cash!
and there have been many that ask the very same questions without reviving anything not even a bad answer about all the coins he is about to take from everyone on his website.
but there is also one other issue .....
i was one that paid upfront to deposit coins when he started and now the very same coins that i paid a percentage to deposit are either already missing because he  took them on the previous coin closing and now the only records are in his hands.
it is very unfortunate to find Scammers like this!


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so all the coins you are delisting remain all yours? if someone does not have 0.0003 worth of coins or the coin simply has no trade value at the moment you acquire all the coins simply by delisting them! obviously people that have coins there would like to be able to retrieve them!!!!!
the respective payment for transfer is not in BITCOIN its in the coin its self so why this policy


Lol 0.0003 btc (60 cent near 50 lol) value alt coin is eqal to zero.. But when delist you can withdrawal all
Cheap Charlie

yeah so whats about that? there we're coins starting in single digits SAT and are now traded over 1k sat .. also think about it if theres around 10000x 50 cents ? who gets that cash?



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up or down i am still very cautious on the fact that he is turning off  most of the coins, and with that said he is also able to keep Huge amounts of coins from his clients . he simply keeps them.  let me point out this example...

lets take for example   Vericoin
if by chance your wallet in POSWALLET>COM has   0.215125 VRC
this in his site equals aprox   0.00003154 btc
with a normale VRC = Vericoin withdrawal paymen of  0.01 VRC
POSWALLET will not allow you to withdraw those coins and you give them forced to the owner.
why? because the value of the coins are low and if they are under a certain point it is automatic forfeit to him.
so your coins are not yours and you have no control over them.
and i can say that from the time i started using POSWALLET several times the policy has changed.
and i would say each time the policy changes it is  equal to him waking up in the mornings!

i simply do see why if he is delisting the coin forcefully why we are not able to pull these coins out? are they not ours?
are we asking to close that particular coin from his website?
so please do some math and how many people use Vericoin?
6913
Pool Users

presume that 900 are able to pull theirs out ... the other 6000 people forfeit their coins to him!
or math please....
6000 time more or less 0.00003154  =  0.18924 btc on a single coin and approximately...

he is delisting about 70 coins

 0.18924 bt  times 70 =  13.2468 BTC

13.2468 BTC   $2,171.76  from coindesk at the moment of posting =    $28758.80 USD

all from the suckers like us that let him do this without saying a word!

the withdraw of a forcefully "by The Owner" closed coin should be withdrawn as per the same coins payment scale for transfer

it is not a question of the coin or anything else but he is doing this in a wrong way!

the individual value of the coin should not be of concern  and allowed transfer as per the pay scheduled of the coin its self.
if a person would like his coins and thet have no value then the actual owner can bounce them on his screen like virtual ping pong balls if he so chooses but he is forcing the closure of the coin and should allow all people to withdraw all their coins!


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I personally don't care about this but people could deposit small amounts to stake but can't get them out because they don't reach the minimum? .0003 BTC....that's going to hurt a lot of people in developing countries who had to go through all the crazy faucet captchas.  And what will happen to the huge user base's coins that don't reach the .0003 BTC?  That's going to be a chunk of change for POSwallet.  They should change that policy if they have their ducks in a row now.


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Yes, generally you cant withdraw any coin of value less than  .0003 BTC. But it seems, in case of delisting you can withdraw any amount of coin regardless value. check please

No, that's not true.  I tried it.   You can't withdraw delisted coins of any value that's below .0003, which is a lot for a beginner's faucet earnings or staking when you are very diversified.   


When i started using Poswallet we paid Up Front and before we even staked... we paid a deposit percentage payment. now all of those coins and all of the others are simply a nice big gift to the owner because he wants them...


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up or down i am still very cautious on the fact that he is turning off  most of the coins, and with that said he is also able to keep Huge amounts of coins from his clients . he simply keeps them.  let me point out this example...

lets take for example   Vericoin
if by chance your wallet in POSWALLET>COM has   0.215125 VRC
this in his site equals aprox   0.00003154 btc
with a normale VRC = Vericoin withdrawal paymen of  0.01 VRC
POSWALLET will not allow you to withdraw those coins and you give them forced to the owner.
why? because the value of the coins are low and if they are under a certain point it is automatic forfeit to him.
so your coins are not yours and you have no control over them.
and i can say that from the time i started using POSWALLET several times the policy has changed.
and i would say each time the policy changes it is  equal to him waking up in the mornings!

i simply do see why if he is delisting the coin forcefully why we are not able to pull these coins out? are they not ours?
are we asking to close that particular coin from his website?
so please do some math and how many people use Vericoin?
6913
Pool Users

presume that 900 are able to pull theirs out ... the other 6000 people forfeit their coins to him!
or math please....
6000 time more or less 0.00003154  =  0.18924 btc on a single coin and approximately...

he is delisting about 70 coins

 0.18924 bt  times 70 =  13.2468 BTC

13.2468 BTC   $2,171.76  from coindesk at the moment of posting =    $28758.80 USD

all from the suckers like us that let him do this without saying a word!

the withdraw of a forcefully "by The Owner" closed coin should be withdrawn as per the same coins payment scale for transfer

it is not a question of the coin or anything else but he is doing this in a wrong way!

the individual value of the coin should not be of concern  and allowed transfer as per the pay scheduled of the coin its self.
if a person would like his coins and thet have no value then the actual owner can bounce them on his screen like virtual ping pong balls if he so chooses but he is forcing the closure of the coin and should allow all people to withdraw all their coins!



tbh a pretty good point here, someon should post thisi n slack and hear what they tell about this because I don't think any dev will make a statement on this point in here ..
Yes Good point I also lost 650000 money coins I requested for withdrawing and did not receive,yobit says they did not get it so finally, I lost my coins.and I have many coins with little amount I try to withdraw them can't because I can't rich their minimum withdrawal amount,that's not fair because some coins allowed to transfer even 1 or 2 coins within the network, as quote said it's not fair I think that's the reason for posw massive dump

i honestly dont know the reason for a massive dump but it would actually make sense... if the Dev turns sour no one will want his products and what he is doing is obvious and directly killing his clients  for a few pennies each that add up to a nice lil lump sum when all put together!
i personally have had private msgs from him saying i was poor and everything else and i never answered.. its not a question of just me but all the other small  holders that want their coins also...

as i repeat... when i started using pos wallet i paid upfront for their service!!!!! nothing ever came of that!
and all the coins that have already been taken from UPFRONT payment still cannot be retrieved



come to think about it..... there were a ton of coins on his add coin list and many votes were even paid for! all of those simply make a great day at the park! the coins simply deleted from the list and all PAID votes  he dosent even say thank you!


this is starting to sound alot like Cryptsy


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So we can assume the posw is dead? Price is falling by day and here I am reading all the bad things about POSW. I didn't sell at 20k because i believed in posw but seems it was my mistake

We all at time make mistakes and this is also a mistake i made ... i have been with poswallet from almost the start and now it is my turn to become the loud mouth that i am and call SCAM
there are several people that never received a refund from the paid votes..... and the owner is not grasping for every ones cash!
and there have been many that ask the very same questions without reviving anything not even a bad answer about all the coins he is about to take from everyone on his website.
but there is also one other issue .....
i was one that paid upfront to deposit coins when he started and now the very same coins that i paid a percentage to deposit are either already missing because he  took them on the previous coin closing and now the only records are in his hands.
it is very unfortunate to find Scammers like this!


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so all the coins you are delisting remain all yours? if someone does not have 0.0003 worth of coins or the coin simply has no trade value at the moment you acquire all the coins simply by delisting them! obviously people that have coins there would like to be able to retrieve them!!!!!
the respective payment for transfer is not in BITCOIN its in the coin its self so why this policy


Lol 0.0003 btc value alt coin is eqal to zero.. But when delist you can withdrawal all
Cheap Charlie


either your not reading or you have a reading deficiency or your English comprehension is way below ZERO.

its not a question of my single account or the value of the coins!
if the coins are mine why can i not have them? indifferently of the value? are they not mine and in my account? if i have 1 million pac coin and they have no value why do i have to forfeit them to him because they do not have the minimum value required? they are mine! if i want to piss on them or use them as shit paper that is my prerogative not his because his value to the single holders coins are low!
a while back when i started using the poswallet why did i pay upfront for coins as the deposit requirement and now i cannot receive even those coins.

each coin has its own scheduled and price for transfer of any coin already Incorporated inside the wallet . if he is forcefully delisting the coin then the percentage he has already taken should be more then enough to cover his portion and allow us to withdraw at the coins pre established price the remaining coins.
if it were only me i would agree i would be a cheap charlie but for the well over 6000 others who are in the same situation it now become a larger issue!
at this point i would have to rebuttal and call
Blind Buttfucked

scroll up and read before posting and making yourself look like a total ANUS


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May 30, 2017, 07:41:36 AM
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Hello OP, i know its frustrated that this kind of issue happens, i guess you could join slack and find an ideal solution with the dev, direct communication can an issue better, try to join the slack Tongue

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Hello OP, i know its frustrated that this kind of issue happens, i guess you could join slack and find an ideal solution with the dev, direct communication can an issue better, try to join the slack Tongue

he bawled to the moderator to have my posts removed. along with several of other peoples posting. while on the thread i was called several named that sincerely i did not appreciate! i dont think i will  submit myself to their fecal minded attempt to try and ridicule.
a more neutral area is here  so i think its a better idea on neutral ground!
 but thanks

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***UPDATE***

IT SEEMS  POS WALLET HAS DECIDED TO ALLOW WITHDRAWLS

FOR THE MOMENT I WILL KEEP EVERYONE UPDATED

WHILE I EMPTY ALL MY COIN

THANK YOU



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MY ADVICE TO EVERYONE.....
WITHDRAWL ALL YOUR COINS ASAP
BEFORE THE OWNER TAKES THEM!

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MY ADVICE TO EVERYONE.....
WITHDRAWL ALL YOUR COINS ASAP
BEFORE THE OWNER TAKES THEM!
I had never problems with withdrawals, but since the cryptsy case I'm a little bit paranoid.
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i can not login to my account even my password is correct, and there are around 15K Posw coin  Angry and now can not withdraw or controll my coin  Angry

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i can not login to my account even my password is correct, and there are around 15K Posw coin  Angry and now can not withdraw or controll my coin  Angry


you may need to get loud to recover your coins! obviously if i had to go to this extent it was not only for myself.
poswallet has proven to be very shady and anyone who sends coins there will surly lose them

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