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February 19, 2015, 12:53:16 AM
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Still can't believe troll (cypherdoc) received 250 BTC from HashFast just for lurking people on this forum to buy & get scammed, and then crying to HF they haven't payed him 750 BTC more. Scammer got scammed by master scammers.
He didn't get paid 250BTC, he got paid 3000BTC or about $300k at the time.

That's a lot of money only to eat shit...

Wonder if Mark A Lowe paid Federal and State income tax on that 3000 BTC like he is obligated to do at the value the DAY HE RECEIVED IT?  It does not matter if the value went down later you know.   First you have to report the income at that day's settlement price and then if you do not sell and lose money, you have to report that as a capital loss....
Does the IRS have to pay the 15% finder's fee when you report individuals that have perpetrated fraud against the treasury?   Or is that only upheld when you turn in companies?   I think it includes individuals too since those doctors that got busted had their staff collect the "reward" right?   Does California offer finder's fees too?   I know it is only $353,000 but given his tax bracket he owed over $170,000 of that to the government.   Surely, he reported it right?   
If not, looks like someone is going to jail Smiley   
I sure hope he reported it, because once CA or US Treasury finds tax fraud, they can audit all the way back to infinity (the three year rule goes bye bye).   Hope he did the right thing OR that he has some good information to trade.

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February 19, 2015, 01:40:06 AM
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Still can't believe troll (cypherdoc) received 250 BTC from HashFast just for lurking people on this forum to buy & get scammed, and then crying to HF they haven't payed him 750 BTC more. Scammer got scammed by master scammers.
He didn't get paid 250BTC, he got paid 3000BTC or about $300k at the time.

that would be an insane amount just for mobbing around in this board for some months
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February 19, 2015, 01:43:17 AM
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Wonder if Mark A Lowe paid Federal and State income tax on that 3000 BTC like he is obligated to do at the value the DAY HE RECEIVED IT?  It does not matter if the value went down later you know.   First you have to report the income at that day's settlement price and then if you do not sell and lose money, you have to report that as a capital loss....
Does the IRS have to pay the 15% finder's fee when you report individuals that have perpetrated fraud against the treasury?   Or is that only upheld when you turn in companies?   I think it includes individuals too since those doctors that got busted had their staff collect the "reward" right?   Does California offer finder's fees too?   I know it is only $353,000 but given his tax bracket he owed over $170,000 of that to the government.   Surely, he reported it right?   
If not, looks like someone is going to jail Smiley   
I sure hope he reported it, because once CA or US Treasury finds tax fraud, they can audit all the way back to infinity (the three year rule goes bye bye).   Hope he did the right thing OR that he has some good information to trade.
This is kinda shortsighted. I believe cypherdoc is an actual licensed medical professional (optometrist or some such). One of the conditions for the license is "good moral character". If you could find somebody who was his patient and whom he sold Hashfast miners that would be pretty much open-ended malpractice liability. You guys should really get some tort lawyer take a look at this case. An active insured medical practice in California could continue to pay damages for many years. No need to settle for measly percentage of a single payment.

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February 19, 2015, 01:47:39 AM
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link=topic=262052.msg10498009#msg10498009 date=1424247378
Still can't believe troll (cypherdoc) received 250 BTC from HashFast just for lurking people on this forum to buy & get scammed, and then crying to HF they haven't payed him 750 BTC more. Scammer got scammed by master scammers.
He didn't get paid 250BTC, he got paid 3000BTC or about $300k at the time.

That's a lot of money only to eat shit...

Wonder if Mark A Lowe paid Federal and State income tax on that 3000 BTC like he is obligated to do at the value the DAY HE RECEIVED IT?  It does not matter if the value went down later you know.   First you have to report the income at that day's settlement price and then if you do not sell and lose money, you have to report that as a capital loss....
Does the IRS have to pay the 15% finder's fee when you report individuals that have perpetrated fraud against the treasury?   Or is that only upheld when you turn in companies?   I think it includes individuals too since those doctors that got busted had their staff collect the "reward" right?   Does California offer finder's fees too?   I know it is only $353,000 but given his tax bracket he owed over $170,000 of that to the government.   Surely, he reported it right?   
If not, looks like someone is going to jail Smiley   
I sure hope he reported it, because once CA or US Treasury finds tax fraud, they can audit all the way back to infinity (the three year rule goes bye bye).   Hope he did the right thing OR that he has some good information to trade.


Would be at 37% taxable range right off the bat. should have deductions but that's no joke.
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February 19, 2015, 03:05:49 PM
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Quote from: itod
link=topic=262052.msg10498009#msg10498009 date=1424247378
Still can't believe troll (cypherdoc) received 250 BTC from HashFast just for lurking people on this forum to buy & get scammed, and then crying to HF they haven't payed him 750 BTC more. Scammer got scammed by master scammers.
He didn't get paid 250BTC, he got paid 3000BTC or about $300k at the time.

That's a lot of money only to eat shit...

Wonder if Mark A Lowe paid Federal and State income tax on that 3000 BTC like he is obligated to do at the value the DAY HE RECEIVED IT?  It does not matter if the value went down later you know.   First you have to report the income at that day's settlement price and then if you do not sell and lose money, you have to report that as a capital loss....
Does the IRS have to pay the 15% finder's fee when you report individuals that have perpetrated fraud against the treasury?   Or is that only upheld when you turn in companies?   I think it includes individuals too since those doctors that got busted had their staff collect the "reward" right?   Does California offer finder's fees too?   I know it is only $353,000 but given his tax bracket he owed over $170,000 of that to the government.   Surely, he reported it right?    
If not, looks like someone is going to jail Smiley    
I sure hope he reported it, because once CA or US Treasury finds tax fraud, they can audit all the way back to infinity (the three year rule goes bye bye).   Hope he did the right thing OR that he has some good information to trade.


Would be at 37% taxable range right off the bat. should have deductions but that's no joke.

This is all incremental income.   39.6% plus state.   California's highest state tax is 13.3%.   Strange he never sold any of them to pay his taxes.   Must have a LOT of spare cash lying around to pay that amount.
Here is the IRS form to claim whistleblower money.  I would attach the pdf of the court filing.    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f211.pdf
California Franchise Tax Board has the same thing I believe.

Marc (cypherdoc);
What do you have to offer us (the people that got ripped off by HF) to NOT fill in these forms?
Do you have any information that would benefit us all?

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February 21, 2015, 12:46:15 AM
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HashFast has apparently run out of money for envelopes and is now sending me the legal correspondence on open sheets of paper addressed to my name.

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February 28, 2015, 07:36:50 AM
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what is the recent update?

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February 28, 2015, 08:50:19 AM
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what is the recent update?

What update? I thought HF sold all their assets for 400k$ to some Venezuelan businessman. End of story.

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February 28, 2015, 02:54:01 PM
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Painfully listening the audio of the last hearing (Docket 314) and other recent documents on https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120873/
* Some native american indian tribe is buying up everything remaining for $750K (quick statement by the girl attorney in last third)
* $1,070,000 in administration claims gets paid out first (Docket 316)
* These leaves zero dollars for all of us unsecured creditors
* So after many many months of bankruptcy proceedings, the creditors get absolutely nothing.

>> Surprisingly, people at HF (Eddie and Simon?) were paid $63,311 in salaries in December. (Docket 319)

what is the recent update?

What update? I thought HF sold all their assets for 400k$ to some Venezuelan businessman. End of story.
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February 28, 2015, 04:24:55 PM
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Painfully listening the audio of the last hearing (Docket 314) and other recent documents on https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120873/
* Some native american indian tribe is buying up everything remaining for $750K (quick statement by the girl attorney in last third)
* $1,070,000 in administration claims gets paid out first (Docket 316)
* These leaves zero dollars for all of us unsecured creditors
* So after many many months of bankruptcy proceedings, the creditors get absolutely nothing.

>> Surprisingly, people at HF (Eddie and Simon?) were paid $63,311 in salaries in December. (Docket 319)

Never forget that Icebreaker and cypherdoc were both endorsing HF!

iCEBREAKER is a troll! He and cypherdoc helped HashFast scam 50 Million $ from its customers !
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March 01, 2015, 12:39:09 PM
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Painfully listening the audio of the last hearing (Docket 314) and other recent documents on https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120873/
* Some native american indian tribe is buying up everything remaining for $750K (quick statement by the girl attorney in last third)
* $1,070,000 in administration claims gets paid out first (Docket 316)
* These leaves zero dollars for all of us unsecured creditors
* So after many many months of bankruptcy proceedings, the creditors get absolutely nothing.

>> Surprisingly, people at HF (Eddie and Simon?) were paid $63,311 in salaries in December. (Docket 319)

Never forget that Icebreaker and cypherdoc were both endorsing HF!

Were paid to endorse under contract.

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March 02, 2015, 08:49:50 PM
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Painfully listening the audio of the last hearing (Docket 314) and other recent documents on https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120873/
* Some native american indian tribe is buying up everything remaining for $750K (quick statement by the girl attorney in last third)
* $1,070,000 in administration claims gets paid out first (Docket 316)
* These leaves zero dollars for all of us unsecured creditors
* So after many many months of bankruptcy proceedings, the creditors get absolutely nothing.

>> Surprisingly, people at HF (Eddie and Simon?) were paid $63,311 in salaries in December. (Docket 319)

Never forget that Icebreaker and cypherdoc were both endorsing HF!

Were paid to endorse under contract.
Rofl... even if they were paid, they got more than us.

*snickering intensifies*
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March 02, 2015, 11:36:35 PM
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Painfully listening the audio of the last hearing (Docket 314) and other recent documents on https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120873/
* Some native american indian tribe is buying up everything remaining for $750K (quick statement by the girl attorney in last third)
* $1,070,000 in administration claims gets paid out first (Docket 316)
* These leaves zero dollars for all of us unsecured creditors
* So after many many months of bankruptcy proceedings, the creditors get absolutely nothing.

>> Surprisingly, people at HF (Eddie and Simon?) were paid $63,311 in salaries in December. (Docket 319)

Never forget that Icebreaker and cypherdoc were both endorsing HF!

Were paid to endorse under contract.
Rofl... even if they were paid, they got more than us.

*snickering intensifies*
Hope they made enough to afford protection for the rest of their lives...

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Hope they made enough to afford protection for the rest of their lives...

Useless threat. Looking at TerraHash fail and also at BFL I am pretty sure nothing will happen to the 2 liars.

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Painfully listening the audio of the last hearing (Docket 314) and other recent documents on https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120873/
* Some native american indian tribe is buying up everything remaining for $750K (quick statement by the girl attorney in last third)
* $1,070,000 in administration claims gets paid out first (Docket 316)
* These leaves zero dollars for all of us unsecured creditors
* So after many many months of bankruptcy proceedings, the creditors get absolutely nothing.

>> Surprisingly, people at HF (Eddie and Simon?) were paid $63,311 in salaries in December. (Docket 319)

Never forget that Icebreaker and cypherdoc were both endorsing HF!

Were paid to endorse under contract.
Rofl... even if they were paid, they got more than us.

*snickering intensifies*
Hope they made enough to afford protection for the rest of their lives...
I'm pretty sure a $400 handgun is sufficient...  lol... honestly, you guys fucked up, you got greedy and then your greed led to paranoia listening to fear instead of reason, this is why you fail
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March 03, 2015, 06:39:15 PM
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here is 700k:  I am willing to bet simon has the keys to https://blockchain.info/address/1KFrqkEGy6Yq7X4SYCbYoj8HEwfbWVUDJ9

my 210btc is part of the 3000 btc at that address just 2 steps away from my payment.


You are probably right. It must be painful to see your coins sitting there in plain sight. F*ckers.


HOLY CRAP... this is proof that cypher has "my" and other bitcoins!!!
https://cases.processgeneral.com/cases/document/case/5/hashfast-technologies-llc/120867/

https://processgeneral.s3.amazonaws.com/media/case_5/document/Docket%20313.pdf?Signature=LN7AOmyB05P37HNHm7CHvPIO3fI%3D&Expires=1425410034&AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAINPHWHY7KWKMORRQ


edit:  they fukin paid cypher 3000 bitcoins to pro troll the hashfast thread.. WTF?

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HOLY CRAP... this is proof that cypher has "my" and other bitcoins!!!
............

edit:  they fukin paid cypher 3000 bitcoins to pro troll the hashfast thread.. WTF?

You should stalk him on the forum and remind to everyone what person cypherdoc is. It's the least that you could do...

iCEBREAKER is a troll! He and cypherdoc helped HashFast scam 50 Million $ from its customers !
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HOLY CRAP... this is proof that cypher has "my" and other bitcoins!!!
Welcome to the party. He has mines as well, for what that matters. He is the one Barber mentioned as a "supplier" but didn't want to further identify.

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HOLY CRAP... this is proof that cypher has "my" and other bitcoins!!!
Welcome to the party. He has mines as well, for what that matters. He is the one Barber mentioned as a "supplier" but didn't want to further identify.
Why do people keep calling him by his made up name?   You know his name, use it.   If you truly think he perpetrated fraud against you, why hide his identity?   He is a doctor and has a business and definitely would not want a judgement against him so I would expect he will turn the coins back over.   If he fights it even a little bit, it brings up other questions on whether he perpetrated fraud on any of you and deceived you into your purchases.

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HOLY CRAP... this is proof that cypher has "my" and other bitcoins!!!
Welcome to the party. He has mines as well, for what that matters. He is the one Barber mentioned as a "supplier" but didn't want to further identify.
Why do people keep calling him by his made up name?   You know his name, use it.   If you truly think he perpetrated fraud against you, why hide his identity?   He is a doctor and has a business and definitely would not want a judgement against him so I would expect he will turn the coins back over.   If he fights it even a little bit, it brings up other questions on whether he perpetrated fraud on any of you and deceived you into your purchases.


I am not sure he did anything wrong.... hashfast paid him to make HF and the BabyJets look good...  he did his job and got paid.

......I was surprised to find out publicly who has control to the keys of the 3k coins I was watching..

Problem is, even if HF clawed  back the coins..  we are still so fukin far down the list we will never get anything.....

Now it is time for law to get involved.. not civil,  criminal law should be involved in this.

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