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January 06, 2014, 08:37:41 PM
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So who goes at CES?

We just need some tshirts:

"hashfast is a scam, please ask me why"
"explaining why hashfast is a scam, for free"
"I don't want your money, I want them not to get your money"


starting to get pissed off that they are ignoring us.. I sooooo want to go to the   OCCUPY SCAMFAST @ CES




Where do you live? I am in Houston Texas.


 
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January 06, 2014, 08:55:59 PM
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So who goes at CES?

We just need some tshirts:

"hashfast is a scam, please ask me why"
"explaining why hashfast is a scam, for free"
"I don't want your money, I want them not to get your money"


starting to get pissed off that they are ignoring us.. I sooooo want to go to the   OCCUPY SCAMFAST @ CES




Where do you live? I am in Houston Texas.

Philiadelphia....

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January 06, 2014, 09:35:11 PM
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They have hired a new guy to man the phones... Eugene.  wont pass the call, claims "He is the manager on duty" but does not have access to the system to look up an order.

They have an outsourced call center. Good luck actually getting a hold of someone at HF.

You can call John directly (his phone number is publicly available):

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HashFast Technologies
(415) 484-5789
and ...

James Kottmeier
HashFast Technologies
(415) 767-8235
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January 06, 2014, 10:14:42 PM
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They have hired a new guy to man the phones... Eugene.  wont pass the call, claims "He is the manager on duty" but does not have access to the system to look up an order.

They have an outsourced call center. Good luck actually getting a hold of someone at HF.

You can call John directly (his phone number is publicly available):

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John Skrodenis
HashFast Technologies
(415) 484-5789



Josh Lee is Jung Lee, and I've been wondering if he's another one of Charles Lee's brothers.
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January 06, 2014, 11:18:09 PM
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How long can they just ignore requests?

even if you win arbitration, and then get a summary judgement.... how do you force them to pay?  collection agency?  what do they get? 30%...  how do they get the funds?  this is a fukin nightmare!



calls are definitely going to an answering service now....arrrgggg


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January 06, 2014, 11:26:53 PM
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Has anybody here filed a refund request and received the refund ? Or a reply confirmation ?
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January 06, 2014, 11:45:31 PM
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This has become my favorite thread in the whole wide world.

That said, has anybody ever seen this guy--Jay--before?



FYI, he's found at at least one link of which I will prove that Long Dong Johnston, a.k.a. Cockmeier has known about Bitcoin since at least 2011. He's also found on the Mt Gox email dump. For a teaser... http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1031318

Abram James Kottmeier (James Johnston) showing up on the Bitcoin scene for the first time around November, 2013, is a crock of shit!!!
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January 06, 2014, 11:52:26 PM
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Has anybody here filed a refund request and received the refund ? Or a reply confirmation ?

I bet they took whats left and ran.

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January 06, 2014, 11:53:14 PM
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https://twitter.com/deejne

https://twitter.com/playpeninc/status/17056058204

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Playpen         @playpeninc

You might know some of our Playpen.com staff @2amdrive @deejne @isokrankee @musemariah @jameskottmeier. #FF

8:00 PM - 25 Jun 10

From the dump: 27246,deejne,deejne@gmail.com,$1$xWs8cUli$Rtvg9jXERkEcZNu05YnBd/

http://juicy-ads.blogspot.com/2011_10_01_archive.html

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JuicyAds.com Is A Scam

JuicyAds.com is a SCAM !
How so ?
JuicyAds.com cheats Advertiser by not paying Publishers.

Basically, JuicyAds.com STEALS banner from publishers (by changing the Ad codes) so that banners displayed at sites will earn publisher nothing while JuicyAds.com is pocketing full fees from Advertisers.

How Do I Know ?

I discovered something is amissed when some of my poupular sites made less than it used to be while when the traffic has also doubled due to some promotional effort. The thing is I also display banners from BlackLabelAds.com along with JuicyAds.com, and earnings from BlackLabelAds.com has increased accordingly but JuicyAds.com's has gone down !

So out of curiosity, I took a look at the stats, I found out only stats of certain banners is displayed at their site, I asked Jay (the scam artist boss of JuicyAds.com). And he instead asked me "your banner is Ad# 123456, right ? And he said the traffic for so and so banner/site is a very low ..."

I didn't suspect anything then. Weeks later, I noticed their stats actually show no traffic at all for one of my most popular site !

I asked them again, Jay the scammer himself responded and said the site has very low traffics (but stats from two other sources are telling me this is not true).

How Doe JuicyAds.com Do That (Scam)?

So, I decided to take at look at the Ad Code, guess what ? I found out the about 2/3 of Ads Code at my sites are completely different from the ones JuicyAds.com are selling to Advertisers!

In another words, I am displaying the ad banners just for fun while he collects all the revenue generated from Advertisers.

To straighten things out, I replaced the Ad Codes with the one JuicyAds.com is selling to Advertisers (many from my sites even have long term contract from Advertisers) and all of a sudden, all the stats of my banners skyrocketed at JuicyAds.com !

So I asked Jay the scammer what is happening ? He couldn't explain anything to me at all.

I may be one the very few performing publishers who happens to discover their unthinkable scam - I have heard of scammers who do not pay at all, I have never heard of scammer that steal banners from publishers like JuicyAds.com.

I asked for payment, they even refused to pay what is left in my account (they have been stealing 2/3 of the banners from me all the times !).

In the end, I have no choice but to start deleting my account and along the process, I must have alerted some Advertisers because I actuall "rejected" many of the long term Advertisers on my site, then only Jay finally responded and asking stupid questions ... But I have decided to expose their scam.

You have been warned.
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January 06, 2014, 11:53:39 PM
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Has anybody here filed a refund request and received the refund ? Or a reply confirmation ?

I bet they took whats left and ran.

...to Pattaya.

For sake of argument, assuming Barber and De Castro are okay guys (I know, a stretch, considering), you telling me that neither one of them was wise enough to do due diligence on Long Dong Johnson and Scrotum.
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January 07, 2014, 12:18:35 AM
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Is this their idea for/on marketing?

http://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/ddv0f/top_5_sexy_wifi_names/

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Top 5 Sexy Wi-Fi Names... (blog.playpen.com)
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On that note, how do I change my Wifi from 2WIRE### to something...sexier?
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Here's one of mine.
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bahhahabhahaa ...Please stop fucking so loud! love it.
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January 07, 2014, 12:21:07 AM
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January 07, 2014, 12:25:11 AM
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FYI, he's found at at least one link of which I will prove that Long Dong Johnston, a.k.a. Cockmeier has known about Bitcoin since at least 2011. He's also found on the Mt Gox email dump. For a teaser... http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1031318



interesting thread.. if that really is someone from bitpay since they don't deal with porn nowadays (I don't know the history, but in that thread the person with the bitpay handle is pumping use with porn...  pun intended of course)

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January 07, 2014, 12:39:20 AM
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FYI, he's found at at least one link of which I will prove that Long Dong Johnston, a.k.a. Cockmeier has known about Bitcoin since at least 2011. He's also found on the Mt Gox email dump. For a teaser... http://gfy.com/showthread.php?t=1031318



interesting thread.. if that really is someone from bitpay since they don't deal with porn nowadays (I don't know the history, but in that thread the person with the bitpay handle is pumping use with porn...  pun intended of course)


I want to be very clear! I don't believe there is any direct relationship with this gang and BitPay with the exception of them being used as a payment provider.
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January 07, 2014, 12:40:24 AM
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 Hi all.

 * Anybody not in Batch 1, don't read this.
 * Anybody in Batch 1 who believes that HashFast is going to do the right thing voluntary, without a gentle nudge from us, don't read this.
 * Anybody in Batch 1 who believes that the right way to deal with HashFast is to open more communication channels with them, don't read this.

For the rest of you:

I have found a lawyer who is willing to take our case, and help us get our BTC back, if we can cooperate.)

The name is Ray E. Gallo.

Please make up your minds about him; I think he is great. (85% winning percentage, and specialized in class and mass actions alleging large scale fraud.)

Some data:

http://gallo-law.com/attorneys/gallo.html
http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/94901-ca-ray-gallo-291467.html
http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/94901-ca-ray-gallo-291467/reviews.html    <= reviews
http://www.linkedin.com/in/raygallo

(Now I let you experienced Google detectives jump on him.)

  * * *

After exchanging around 100 mails with me, and analyzing all the documents and evidence with his team, he thinks we can probably win this case for Batch 1 customers who have paid in BTC. (But of course there is no guarantee.)

As you all know, class action is forbidden by the (ever-changing) Terms of Service, but (by the nature of thing) "mass action" is not, and can not be.
So we can proceed in a “mass” basis: the same attorney working with multiple clients simultaneously.

This is like a class case in that it will give us some leverage by aggregating claims so that we can do more work on the matter.
It’s different in that they can make us try (arbitrate) every case.
(Which means that individual cases might end with success or failure independently of each other, but we can optionally pool the results, if we want to reach a fair distribution at the end.)

  * * *

Since the legal costs are (usually) pretty high, this might well be the only way to go for small customers like me, who have only bought 1 or 2 units.
(It would not make any economic sense to hire a such a strong lawyer on my own, but together, we might be able to make it.)

Ray Gallo is ready to take the case on a contingent basis, so we don't have to pay up-front; his fee comes down from the money recovered from HashFast, if we win.

The key to make this work is to collect enough participants.
He said that he is willing to take the case if there are at least around 30 Baby Jet worth of customers.



Now the question is, how many of you would you willing to participate in such an arrangement? I have 1 BJ.

DISCLAIMER: I know others are also talking to other lawyers, too. I'm not saying that everybody should stop what they are doing and stop proceeding along those lines; I
am just saying that this looks like a very good opportunity to me.

Anybody who is interested, please contact him directly via his own page, which I have linked above.

The deadline is this Friday. We have to collect enough customers by then.

Best wishes:

    fenwick
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January 07, 2014, 12:42:24 AM
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Looks like Abram James Kottmeier (James Johnston) had a need to show how much he made as an affiliate for a site he owns: https://twitter.com/jameskottmeier/status/8474843196

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Over $7k a month in affiliate marketing revenues from Kink, a screenshot. http://tiny.cc/marketing641

7:13 PM - 31 Jan 10
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January 07, 2014, 02:53:08 AM
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A little bird blasted me the following PM (no peeking, theymos).

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Also, the following: http://www.coindesk.com/inside-bitcoins-conference-las-vegas/

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5:00–5:45 – Moving Bitcoin Forward: Bringing Trust, Legitimacy and Transparency to the Market

- Andreas M. Antonopoulos, founder at RootEleven

- Eric Benz VP, business development at ZipZap Inc

- Robert Cho, vice president at SecondMarket

- Adam Ettinger, partner at Strategic Counsel Corp.

- Izzy Klein, prinicpal at Podesta Group

- Ardon Lukasiewicz, founder at Bitmarkers (moderator)

https://angel.co/hashfast

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ATTORNEYS

Adam Ettinger

Partner - Strategic Counsel Corp. --- Los Angeles ---- San Francisco

Tomorrow, I'm going to give a talk on how fucking little boys is bad, and later in the evening I'm going to go out and hunt me little boys to fuck. For those playing at home wondering WTF, the keyword above is "transparency". <making an analogy>
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January 07, 2014, 02:59:56 AM
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Damn Bruno.  These guys have you wound up!

Admit it, were you the buyer of 200 BabyJets in batch one?
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January 07, 2014, 03:04:19 AM
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Hey guys, I've gone ahead and created a thread for documenting the various versions of their ToS, which should help customers provide their lawyers with copies of the particular ToS they agreed to:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=402364

Please let me know if there's already a resource like this. If not, please refer anyone you see in this thread or elsewhere on the forums with a copy of the ToS to that thread. I know there've been a few people who have posted copies in this thread, but they're buried underneath all the other chatter.

Thanks!
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January 07, 2014, 03:05:58 AM
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Damn Bruno.  These guys have you wound up!

Admit it, were you the buyer of 200 BabyJets in batch one?

Nary a one, but detest scammers. And this is coming from someone who's still waiting for 1,100+ BTC from InstaWallet, but Davout is currently working on it according to our last email exchanges. Also, I turned a guy onto Bitcoin here in Sandwich, and he's still waiting for his $10K worth of BTC at the time to be returned from Bitcoinica/Mt Gox. That fucking issue should have been over a long time ago.
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