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May 25, 2013, 06:24:03 AM
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May 25, 2013, 06:25:39 AM
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It was a garbage service anyways.
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May 25, 2013, 08:21:51 AM
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I agree. We don't need it and make online currencies like bitcoin look bad anyway.

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May 25, 2013, 08:23:03 AM
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REALLY!!? Shocked

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May 25, 2013, 01:30:35 PM
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Another one bites the dust. Just goes to show that centralized digital currencies are a bad idea. Even when run from Costa Rica of all places.
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May 25, 2013, 02:13:46 PM
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But I just had transfered $26 in it before it went down now what can I do I am new to crypto I have invested in a pc so that I can start mining but now I lost my money. I wish they return all the money back before permenant shutdown

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May 25, 2013, 03:15:03 PM
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But I just had transfered $26 in it before it went down now what can I do I am new to crypto I have invested in a pc so that I can start mining but now I lost my money. I wish they return all the money back before permenant shutdown

You could always try to sue the feds... You will probably never see the money again. Govts loves to seize money and hold it up indefinately. In a perfect world, the operation would be dissolved and all account holders that are not investigated for something would've gotten their money back, but that's not how it works when the biggest bully in the schoolyard gets his way.
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May 25, 2013, 05:48:54 PM
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But I just had transfered $26 in it before it went down now what can I do I am new to crypto I have invested in a pc so that I can start mining but now I lost my money. I wish they return all the money back before permenant shutdown

You could always try to sue the feds... You will probably never see the money again. Govts loves to seize money and hold it up indefinately. In a perfect world, the operation would be dissolved and all account holders that are not investigated for something would've gotten their money back, but that's not how it works when the biggest bully in the schoolyard gets his way.

I really need my money back I don't know what to do now. If I had the power I would have killed that government that are not thinking of people loosing there money

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May 25, 2013, 06:45:12 PM
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But I just had transfered $26 in it before it went down now what can I do I am new to crypto I have invested in a pc so that I can start mining but now I lost my money. I wish they return all the money back before permenant shutdown

You could always try to sue the feds... You will probably never see the money again. Govts loves to seize money and hold it up indefinately. In a perfect world, the operation would be dissolved and all account holders that are not investigated for something would've gotten their money back, but that's not how it works when the biggest bully in the schoolyard gets his way.

I really need my money back I don't know what to do now. If I had the power I would have killed that government that are not thinking of people loosing there money

I just sent you a little something to help out. But let's not kill anyone please. Smiley

Where is that thing to help me? And seriously those people don't deserve to live which harm others without reason.

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May 25, 2013, 06:51:51 PM
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But I just had transfered $26 in it before it went down now what can I do I am new to crypto I have invested in a pc so that I can start mining but now I lost my money. I wish they return all the money back before permenant shutdown

You could always try to sue the feds... You will probably never see the money again. Govts loves to seize money and hold it up indefinately. In a perfect world, the operation would be dissolved and all account holders that are not investigated for something would've gotten their money back, but that's not how it works when the biggest bully in the schoolyard gets his way.

I really need my money back I don't know what to do now. If I had the power I would have killed that government that are not thinking of people loosing there money

I just sent you a little something to help out. But let's not kill anyone please. Smiley

Where is that thing to help me? And seriously those people don't deserve to live which harm others without reason.


They think they're doing the right thing, and I don't think killing them with solve problem. Check your bitcoin wallet my friend.

OMG you sent me bitcoin without asking. You also lost money my friend That address is old and not in use right now. We both are on the same path now.
Well thanks for your help anyways. there are really low number of people like you present on earth which like to help other. I wish that God gives you a happy life.

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May 25, 2013, 06:53:50 PM
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OMG you sent me bitcoin without asking. You also lost money my friend That address is old and not in use right now. We both are on the same path now.
Well thanks for your help anyways. there are really low number of people like you present on earth which like to help other. I wish that God gives you a happy life.
you should edit your signature, then.

It's pretty common to send tips to public addresses, and it would be a shame to have people waste their tip (and you not getting them) because you kept an outdated address in the signature... -.-

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May 25, 2013, 06:59:50 PM
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OMG you sent me bitcoin without asking. You also lost money my friend That address is old and not in use right now. We both are on the same path now.
Well thanks for your help anyways. there are really low number of people like you present on earth which like to help other. I wish that God gives you a happy life.
you should edit your signature, then.

It's pretty common to send tips to public addresses, and it would be a shame to have people waste their tip (and you not getting them) because you kept an outdated address in the signature... -.-


OK I am going to do that right now I am also feeling sad about his tip. It's my mistake that he lost his money for no reason. I will try to get that address back so that I can use that tip. But seems impossible. I am having a pity on myself right now. Shame on me.

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May 25, 2013, 08:59:27 PM
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But I just had transfered $26 in it before it went down now what can I do I am new to crypto I have invested in a pc so that I can start mining but now I lost my money. I wish they return all the money back before permenant shutdown

You could always try to sue the feds... You will probably never see the money again. Govts loves to seize money and hold it up indefinately. In a perfect world, the operation would be dissolved and all account holders that are not investigated for something would've gotten their money back, but that's not how it works when the biggest bully in the schoolyard gets his way.

I really need my money back I don't know what to do now. If I had the power I would have killed that government that are not thinking of people loosing there money

I just sent you a little something to help out. But let's not kill anyone please. Smiley

Where is that thing to help me? And seriously those people don't deserve to live which harm others without reason.


They think they're doing the right thing, and I don't think killing them with solve problem. Check your bitcoin wallet my friend.

OMG you sent me bitcoin without asking. You also lost money my friend That address is old and not in use right now. We both are on the same path now.
Well thanks for your help anyways. there are really low number of people like you present on earth which like to help other. I wish that God gives you a happy life.

yohooo I got that tip you sent me thanks for that. I just set my old PC back and I got the wallet in that so no worries now. Thanks again.

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May 25, 2013, 10:42:47 PM
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We don't need it and make online currencies like bitcoin look bad anyway.

Yeah! Bitcoin can never be used by scammers, drug dealers or child pronographers!

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May 25, 2013, 10:46:19 PM
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I was wondering how long it takes US authorities to shut down LR.
What the hell were they doing the last 10 years? After the E-Gold shutdown, almost every fraudster used LR. They never cared about AML and gave a home to the global cyber crime (also child pornography/weapons) scene.
Instead of wasting resources on busting kids with weed and trying to jail Kim Dotcom, the US authorities should rather allocate more resources on real crime crime.
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May 25, 2013, 10:50:37 PM
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I was wondering how long it takes US authorities to shut down LR.
What the hell were they doing the last 10 years? After the E-Gold shutdown, almost every fraudster used LR. They never cared about AML and gave a home to the global cyber crime (also child pornography/weapons) scene.
Instead of wasting resources on busting kids with weed and trying to jail Kim Dotcom, the US authorities should rather allocate more resources on real crime crime.

Those guys were heros.

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May 26, 2013, 09:37:18 AM
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I lost 2000$, I was just going to get them exchange but didn't found any legit exchanger.

Now all my money gone.
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May 26, 2013, 09:48:34 AM
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I lost 2000$, I was just going to get them exchange but didn't found any legit exchanger.

Now all my money gone.

Same thing happened to me but with $26 which I really needed but what can I do now. Costa rica government
should get the site back online for atleast two days so that every one can get his money back.

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May 26, 2013, 09:51:44 AM
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a guy on talkgold was even going to do suicide due to loss.

http://www.talkgold.com/forum/r391540-.html
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May 26, 2013, 10:09:07 AM
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Same thing happened to me but with $26 which I really needed but what can I do now. Costa rica government
should get the site back online for atleast two days so that every one can get his money back.
Huh

the whole point of closing such a site, *IS* preventing people from getting the money back.

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