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July 20, 2011, 06:40:31 PM
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The guy behind fxnet.bitlex.org is claiming his site has been "under attack" for months now.  He says he isn't coming back online until the attacks are done.  But no explanation has been given about what these attacks are and its hard to imagine some attacks that could be going on for months that he couldn't handle.  The community should get more details on a site they have put trust in.  After all, he is holding ALOT of our bitcoins which he refuses to release.

If he can't handle the responsibilities of running a website he should at least allow us all to log in and retrieve the bitcoins that we have sent him.

His handle is "Noodles" and his email is noodles@bitlex.org
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July 20, 2011, 09:11:00 PM
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whois?

the bitcoin mafia got him

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July 20, 2011, 09:45:22 PM
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The guy behind fxnet.bitlex.org is claiming his site has been "under attack" for months now.  He says he isn't coming back online until the attacks are done.  But no explanation has been given about what these attacks are and its hard to imagine some attacks that could be going on for months that he couldn't handle.  The community should get more details on a site they have put trust in.  After all, he is holding ALOT of our bitcoins which he refuses to release.

If he can't handle the responsibilities of running a website he should at least allow us all to log in and retrieve the bitcoins that we have sent him.

His handle is "Noodles" and his email is noodles@bitlex.org

Yes, but that would negate his ability to posess your bitcoins any longer, and I'm sure he is quite enamored with that circumstance.
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July 22, 2011, 02:04:36 AM
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You willingly signed up for a website proclaiming itself to be a Ponzi scheme.  You willingly put money into the untrustworthy (by nature) website.  Surprise surprise, it might have been a scam all along. 

He can have my Bitcoin.  It was worth it for the amusement of the "trapezoid scheme" discussion that it brought up later.
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July 22, 2011, 02:50:31 AM
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I am shocked, shocked, to find out that the operator of a Ponzi scheme turned out to be untrustworthy.
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July 22, 2011, 02:55:04 AM
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I haven't heard about this and I'm sorry to hear for your loss but man that is Funny!
I hope you guys didn't have to much dosh involved, if you did, I could only advise you to use it as the rule of one mistake you will never make again.
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