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July 18, 2016, 04:21:06 PM
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There's a channel on slack for trading.

How would we go about doing this? Where are the shares traded now?

Where I go to investment please? Is URL link?
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July 19, 2016, 09:43:24 PM
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Hello. when is the trading going to resume? My grandson told me about this lucrative asset, so I let him buy me some "bitcoins" and I went straight to Havelock Investmentswhich he also told me good things about. This really seems like the sort of a quality security I've been looking to invest my substantial savings in, but I couldn't because it says something about the Fund having to pay all outstanding debt currently due to Havelock.

How much is the debt, because I have been saving my money since back in the seventies, and I might be able to help out.

Sincerely,

Jeffrey Plew (because this is my grandson's account, he's Jeremy. I'm Jeffrey. I'm old and easily taken advantage of.)
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July 22, 2016, 11:02:50 AM
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Looks like no one wants my money...
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July 31, 2016, 12:51:57 PM
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Is this still on?
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September 05, 2016, 03:05:41 PM
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The missus has been nagging me about finding A Midwest Real Estate Investment Company to invest all our bitcoins in. Sez to me "If you find one that managed to stiff the securities exchange it trades on, pull the trigger & invest our pension fund; that's the one for us."
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October 20, 2016, 02:19:26 PM
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I've updated the 1st post in this thread and am now asking a moderator to lock the thread, since BTCtalk serves no useful purpose outside of trolling.

I'm thankful for the opportunity that BTCtalk & bitcoin funding has brought our company, and am excited about the future of where we are going. Being involved in this venture has been extremely interesting, and at times nerve-racking.

If any current or past investor has a question or concern, please feel free to send me a message on BTCtalk, I will continue to monitor this account no less than weekly for the next few months.
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October 24, 2016, 04:34:34 PM
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I've updated the 1st post in this thread and am now asking a moderator to lock the thread, since BTCtalk serves no useful purpose outside of trolling.

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June 30th, 2016 - RENT will resume trading once the managers of the Fund pay all outstanding debt currently due to Havelock.

So Havelock gets shafted. Mixed emotions, won't lie...
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October 24, 2016, 07:43:16 PM
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I've updated the 1st post in this thread and am now asking a moderator to lock the thread, since BTCtalk serves no useful purpose outside of trolling.

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June 30th, 2016 - RENT will resume trading once the managers of the Fund pay all outstanding debt currently due to Havelock.

So Havelock gets shafted. Mixed emotions, won't lie...

As of 10/24/2016 I have not received any invoice request from Havelock to make payment or request. My only notification from them that there was a problem was the day they terminated the listing on their website, sent to my personal shareholder account notifying that the asset was frozen on the exchange for non-payment. I have not had contact with them for more than a year (Skype doesn't even show an archived record of the last conversation with them).

The cost associated with doing business on Havelock is comparable to OTCQB, and significantly more than other methods, so I don't see the purpose of continuing a listing there.
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November 17, 2016, 04:55:33 AM
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I've updated the 1st post in this thread and am now asking a moderator to lock the thread, since BTCtalk serves no useful purpose outside of trolling.

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June 30th, 2016 - RENT will resume trading once the managers of the Fund pay all outstanding debt currently due to Havelock.

So Havelock gets shafted. Mixed emotions, won't lie...

As of 10/24/2016 I have not received any invoice request from Havelock to make payment or request. My only notification from them that there was a problem was the day they terminated the listing on their website, sent to my personal shareholder account notifying that the asset was frozen on the exchange for non-payment. I have not had contact with them for more than a year (Skype doesn't even show an archived record of the last conversation with them).

The cost associated with doing business on Havelock is comparable to OTCQB, and significantly more than other methods, so I don't see the purpose of continuing a listing there.

The listing is still there.  Please pay them what you owe or at least buy back the shares investors put into your havelock fund. 
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November 17, 2016, 06:29:34 PM
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I've updated the 1st post in this thread and am now asking a moderator to lock the thread, since BTCtalk serves no useful purpose outside of trolling.

I'm thankful for the opportunity that BTCtalk & bitcoin funding has brought our company, and am excited about the future of where we are going. Being involved in this venture has been extremely interesting, and at times nerve-racking.

If any current or past investor has a question or concern, please feel free to send me a message on BTCtalk, I will continue to monitor this account no less than weekly for the next few months.

Exactly how does a real estate mogul and altcoin mining farm exec not be versed in how to lock their own fuckin' thread on a forum in which he and his brother been users for years?

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May 22, 2017, 05:15:09 AM
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I enjoyed the early period immensely.


However after seeing what happened to my brother, him giving up what was a solid career for Bitcoin, then having people spend substantial money/time to destroy his life, it made me want to get as far away as possible from the world of bitcoin.

It's one thing to keep track with forum posts online and websites about people doing crappy things to eachother, it's something else to see someone's livelyhood completely dismantled because some faceless individual online decided to do it.

In my case, my business goes way beyond just me and my family, but the 50+ families our company now provides housing for. All real people, names, faces, jobs, lives of their own, and from my perspective being associated closely with bitcoin isn't an asset, it's a liability.

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