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August 19, 2014, 06:50:51 PM
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I'm putting together a laundry list of archived documents, info on small claims/fraud, and points to attack/defend upon @ http://fightalpha.net/

Join me.

there are already two groups in this fight against alpha-t,  so why do i need to join you.
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A user from here has provided a website with all updates, old T&C and other stuff from Alphas website. Could someone of you provide this link?
www.abunchacrap.com
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August 19, 2014, 07:24:36 PM
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No you tit, the coin was supposed to launch at midnight GMT and as there was no info on the OP at that time on the exact launch time. So I was asking if anyone actually knew as it had gone past midnight GMT. Understand! I don't know how you read that and came to the conclusion that it meant I didn't know what GMT is! Just fuck off nobody is interested in your bullshit hindsight wisdom or analysis and I haven't been ripped off I paid by CC so no loss here Wink You're still going on about what you think like anybody cares, just stop being a cunt and move on.


A nice quote from the other guy who made a bunch of silly assumptions about me:
what time GMT 5am ?

Does anyone know? I found this from altcoincalendar & they had it as midnight GMT just gone.  Undecided
How you managed to grow to be an adult and not learn what GMT is says a lot. That you take the time to ask this on a forum instead of typing GMT into google says even more. A small, but sincere, part of me wonders if you're not developmentally challenged and I shouldn't be poking fun.

This mess started with me posting my analysis of what might have happened after following this thread since the beginning. I innocently said "miner's greed" and that triggered some people and my posts since then have been defending attacks against me.

Those posters can't accept that they were bamboozled and realize that their greed is the reason why. They lash out at anyone who doesn't sympathize with them without thought because they can't accept their own culpability.

For the other posters and victims of Alpha, my comments aren't directed at you and sorry for hi-jacking the thread. Let's get the thread back on track.
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what time GMT 5am ?



Does anyone know? I found this from altcoincalendar & they had it as midnight GMT just gone.  Undecided
How you managed to grow to be an adult and not learn what GMT is says a lot. That you take the time to ask this on a forum instead of typing GMT into google says even more. A small, but sincere, part of me wonders if you're not developmentally challenged and I shouldn't be poking fun.
No you tit, the coin was supposed to launch at midnight GMT and as there was no info on the OP at that time on the exact launch time. So I was asking if anyone actually knew as it had gone past midnight GMT. Understand! I don't know how you read that and came to the conclusion that it meant I didn't know what GMT is!
Hook, line, and sinker. Unlike Alpha I didn't even need to bait you with the allure of money. Please PM about a great price on the Brooklyn Bridge. I also have a Nigerian colleague who's very interested in speaking to you about a lucrative deal helping a Prince recover his funds.

You see what I did there? Dug through your previous posts and made accusations based on no evidence - exactly what you did to me first. As expected you didn't address any of the questions I asked about how you came up with false information about me. Instead you came back to defend yourself against my bullshit accusation, which was easy to defend because it's sole purpose is to show that you will respond when you've been slandered. How can you expect me to quit defending myself when you do the same thing?

Here are the questions you haven't answered:

Bye. You say money was the third reason you got into crypto but the social implications still apply and yet you have sold up your mining hardware, a few old GPU's it seems, so that you got out with a profit. That says more that you got into it primarily to make as much money as you could and when it never turned out to be as good as expected you got out regardless of social implications or other reasons that supposedly got you into it.
I'm not sure how you've come to the conclusion that I primarily got into it to make as much money as I could, or how you know what my expectations about profit were?

Putting your efforts solely into obvious scam coins to try and make as much as possible instead of making existing coin networks stronger.
how do you know that I solely put my effort into scam coins?

People are trying to claim money back and are taking legal action and your several large comments, on this page alone, help nothing.
OK,  how did your large comment help "people trying to claim money back and are taking legal action"?

For someone who has done nothing you speak with great authority!
What exactly have you done???

Here's an example of answering questions and admitting you were wrong. It's called integrity.

Saying others had a get rich quick mentality yet you flocked with them. That was your interest as well, most displeasing.
Yes, I did mine scam coins, and I'm just as guilty as anyone else.

I didn't see you saying anything before they brought out pre orders
You're right I didn't say anything

I haven't been ripped off I paid by CC so no loss here Wink
All the more reason why people like you shouldn't be involved with cryptos. You know if you'd paid with Bitcoin the credit card company couldn't bail you out. You need the safety net that banks provide.

Just fuck off nobody is interested in your bullshit hindsight wisdom or analysis ... You're still going on about what you think like anybody cares, just stop being a cunt and move on.
No surprise that you are narcissistic enough to believe that you know what everyone else reading this thread cares about. Or that you're naive enough to think barking out some swear words will scare someone on the internet.

I doubt you're man enough to own up and admit that your accusations about me were wrong and unfounded (although I don't doubt you're above more name calling). This dies here for me. I've been stupid enough to waste this much time responding to you, I've learned my lesson.

Here's a couple things I left out of my previous posts. I was under the false assumption I was speaking to adults and that my posts provided enough information to get my point across.

Ok, you sold your 3 Sapphires - because you could not even get your conf files correct. You offer money to anyone that can help you - That was 7 months ago and now you are a pro posting here for what reason?
Not that this matters (or for that matter any of this does), but Satashi Nakamoto, Con Kolivas (the CGminer dev) or whoever it is you respect don't know the optimal configuration for every card. Not to compare myself with them of course, I'm obviously not that smart or I'd have stopped responding already. Needing help with a conf file isn't mutually exclusive with knowing how the blockchain is implemented or understanding what causes HW errors. Nor does knowing those things mean you're a "pro", it just means that you're actually interested in how cryptocurrencies work - not just profiteering. *edit* You know how AMD continually releases new drivers? That's because even the people who design the hardware find new ways to get more performance out of it, and they're the "pros".

Offering someone 10 days of the extra proceeds for their help shows I don't have the sense of entitlement so many other's around here do. No one owes me anything, that's why I offered an incentive. For the same reason you'll notice I don't have my crypto addresses in my sig or profile (unlike oox), I also don't walk around with a styrofoam cup begging for change (not that I have any evidence you do). Not believing that the world owes me is probably part of the reason I've never been the victim of a scam any greater than being pick-pocketed (along with a lot of luck). I avoid situations where I might be scammed because I don't depend on the police or courts to help me afterwards because I know that in most cases they can't.

I'll give you the benefit of the doubt that "7 months ago" was a typo, the post was on Dec. 3rd 2013 - if it's not a typo, you need to brush up on your arithmetic. http://delightfulchildrensbooks.com/2011/10/18/math/

you have sold up your mining hardware, a few old GPU's it seems ... you got into it primarily to make as much money as you could and when it never turned out to be as good as expected you got out
This *really* doesn't matter, but at the end of January I had nearly 5MH/s. I also had over 9.5 BTC before I sold most (I wasn't stupid enough to think > $1000 BTC prices and 30 day ROI was gonna last). If you were wondering how I could make that much with less than 5MH/s: I got into Dogecoin within 3 days of launch, dumb luck. What can I say, my greed kicked in and I fell for some of the profiteering too. So while you've chosen to play me off as someone who had a few old GPUs and got out because the money was bad, the truth is I made much more money than I ever expected I could.

I'm sure this post is too long for the redditors who've complained about the length of my posts before. Fortunately for you books are getting shorter! http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/books-are-getting-shorter-heres-why-042613.html

TL;DR "culturally induced ADD ... decreases the ability to think in complex ways because it eliminates complexity in sentence structure ... But it's also a little bit of intellectual laziness ... That's what happens in an era when people are famous for being famous instead of famous for having accomplished something distinctive."

Don't bother responding for my sake - I won't be reading. spectrem1, oox and the rest remember that since my initial post I've only posted to defend myself. If you'd wanted me to leave earlier then you should have quit slandering me. Let the productive members of this thread get it back on target.
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August 20, 2014, 05:21:56 AM
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Damn - I wish I'd have put a message in the blockchain yesterday saying something to the effect of "I've baited oox, let's see if he falls for the low hanging fruit."

In case you didn't know, you *can* do that - quit mining scam coins and learn something.
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August 20, 2014, 09:03:32 AM
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Damn - I wish I'd have put a message in the blockchain yesterday saying something to the effect of "I've baited oox, let's see if he falls for the low hanging fruit."

In case you didn't know, you *can* do that - quit mining scam coins and learn something.

Guys keep you insults to each other  in PM.  We are here to talk about Alpha Technology  and the solution to our situation not our previous history and the reasons of our orders...
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August 20, 2014, 10:07:35 AM
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Damn - I wish I'd have put a message in the blockchain yesterday saying something to the effect of "I've baited oox, let's see if he falls for the low hanging fruit."

In case you didn't know, you *can* do that - quit mining scam coins and learn something.

Guys keep you insults to each other  in PM.  We are here to talk about Alpha Technology  and the solution to our situation not our previous history and the reasons of our orders...
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I AGREE 100%
show some respect to others, looking for information to build a solid case against alpha-t.
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August 21, 2014, 01:15:57 AM
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Here's a letter I just sent via certified mail:
http://fightalpha.net/index.php?topic=5.msg16#msg16
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August 21, 2014, 04:52:14 AM
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Here's a letter I just sent via certified mail:
http://fightalpha.net/index.php?topic=5.msg16#msg16

Cool.
Good for step one but you have set yourself up for the possibility of them sitting on your money for 2 extra weeks with no action.

They are going to give you the same illegal responses as everyone else. History of our experiences in this forum should have yielded you not wasting your time with an actual piece of mail and just done it through email. Same thing legally from your end on this step.

Advice:  Forget the mail you sent them. Copy and paste that into an email, without any waiting amount of time specified and get it over with.
Step one done.

Oh, and that's an awesome forum by the way :}

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August 21, 2014, 06:21:34 AM
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I always send an email and at the bottom say this correspondence has also been sent to your address via registered mail.
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August 21, 2014, 07:47:36 AM
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What is the latest news on Alpha?

They promised July delivery and it is now almost September. Are they going to reimburse all the lost mining time?

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August 21, 2014, 08:52:05 AM
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Don't forget to call PayPal if you paid that way. There is a threshold that we can hit and we'll get our payments back:
http://fightalpha.net/index.php?topic=12.msg15#msg15
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August 21, 2014, 11:38:28 AM
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Well even the most loyal fanboys start worrying  about their investment:  
https://forum.alpha-t.net/index.php?topic=946.25

Question is how soon will Mumbashir,  or whatever his name is,  will delete it and ban some of them?
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August 21, 2014, 08:25:32 PM
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this is tragic, doesn't anybody remember BFL...
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August 22, 2014, 01:26:21 AM
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this is tragic, doesn't anybody remember BFL...

Sure.........but that doesn't stop them from gambling anyway.  Wink

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August 22, 2014, 06:05:47 AM
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Sad some went through this. Terrahash was the company that almost got me.  I luckily was within paypal 45 day period.

With it being out chances are slim since most likely most of money went to Alpha.  But i would call paypal to at least try.  If you used a creditcard ontop of paypal call the card you might have a longer period.

Sadly I see this going twords legal actions unless something changes.
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Sad some went through this. Terrahash was the company that almost got me.  I luckily was within paypal 45 day period.

With it being out chances are slim since most likely most of money went to Alpha.  But i would call paypal to at least try.  If you used a creditcard ontop of paypal call the card you might have a longer period.

Sadly I see this going twords legal actions unless something changes.

i dont see taking any legal actions to bring something now. at the moment the company is producing your product. no court in the world would destroy that now.

making now a claim or sending them emails about court and stuff is useless.Its just emotions from the customers.

every court will see alpha-t as a crowdfunding project.
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August 22, 2014, 08:52:17 AM
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What is the latest news on Alpha?

They promised July delivery and it is now almost September. Are they going to reimburse all the lost mining time?
Reimburse us?  Haven't you heard?  We are soon to be the proud new shareholders in this computer case beast mode company!  Man, we are all going to be rich!  /* sarcasm */

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August 22, 2014, 09:10:35 AM
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much scam, very unwow.
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August 22, 2014, 09:43:31 AM
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much scam, very unwow.


the usual pre-order drama. its not a scam, they are devoloping technology, so I suppport it, much wow.
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much scam, very unwow.


the usual pre-order drama. its not a scam, they are devoloping technology, so I suppport it, much wow.

Stockholm syndrome?
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