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September 11, 2014, 02:37:33 PM
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Yup. My post was mostly satirical.

Yeah I enjoyed your wry dark humor
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September 11, 2014, 03:07:58 PM
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Damn I'm good. On the money, as I predicted in Dec 2013.

Yup. My post was mostly satirical.

Yeah I enjoyed your wry dark humor

I enjoy yours as well, your memes keep me laughing throughout the day.

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September 11, 2014, 03:22:06 PM
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Damn I'm good. On the money, as I predicted in Dec 2013.

Yup. My post was mostly satirical.

Yeah I enjoyed your wry dark humor

I enjoy yours as well, your memes keep me laughing throughout the day.


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September 11, 2014, 05:38:24 PM
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I will take a 250Mh/s unit for my lost deposit alpha.  That would be the only way you could survive.  RIP

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September 11, 2014, 05:55:29 PM
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Man this thread is still a train wreck....glad that amex saw it my way and I got a full refund....it is credit card protection on purchases
for EVERYTHING from now on...even my puny paypal purchases on ebay......learned my lesson

imho (like I know anything I ordered from these guys..got refunded..but still ordered from them so what do i know)

anyway they will get some kinda half assed hacked together product like BFL did prob middle or end of oct at best ...then
they will simply claim they were 'stupid' and not a scam ...see we shipped product...and then get out of going to jail with
that under their belt and proceed with normal bankruptcy....to tell the truth they are so clueless that likely they would
take a straight we screwed up pay a fine even if it bankrupted the alpha T corp..just to get themselves out of this mess

again my view

but then again I was an alpha customer (refunded ...another thank god needed here)

so I likely am a bad source for future telling ...(all things considered in hindsight!)

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Pretty much how I  see it too.

they're done.

I think they're busy burying as much money in mason jars in the back yard as they can or maybe figuring out how they can try to wiggle out of the Q3 hard delivery date or any personal liability.  when they're done they'll fold. 

they've been too quiet to have anything really going on.

if they were serious about building this thing before month end, or at at all, we'd be seeing pictures of components and the facility.  Instead it's still drawings and simulations. 


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September 11, 2014, 07:01:32 PM
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I will take a 250Mh/s unit for my lost deposit alpha.  That would be the only way you could survive.  RIP

The good news is, there's still room on the Batch 2 orders. So if you have $7k, you could have 400mh next month. Unless I mis-read their order page this morning.

Although I will say, I might rather buy $7k of LTC and NLG, because there will likely be panic-purchasing shortly after these hit the walls.

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September 11, 2014, 07:28:36 PM
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IF this company is for real, and that's a big IF to a lot of people out there right now. It's my guess they won't be shipping a product for a least a few more months. This train wreck is already off the tracks, we are all talking about damage control at this point. If they ship you a product in December that at best will recoup 10%, maybe 25% of initial cost, after power consumption. Any remaining customers who stand a chance in hell of recouping their funds that haven't started the process will definitely try. What's left of the company after that? Most of the C.C. funds they received are gone. Or at best being held back until a product ships. Either way this company is toast. Their product is worthless, unless you are into really expensive paper weights that suck down enough power to run an illegal grow house with the heat signature to match.

Those that paid via Bitcoin, their only recourse is to take them to court. That will be the finishing blow. As i see it, this sinking ship is still sinking and we are about to pass the point of recovery. If they miss this deadline, if they weren't already toast they are now. This leads me to think they are fine tuning their legal defense. Since they have no product to assemble, have never shown us a single thing that anyone of us couldn't have duplicated on our own, for not a lot of money.

That's what has me worried. I could have matched them at every step assuming I was planning on running a scam. Anyone one of us could have filed paper work to start a company, rented an office space, put up a sign, paid for some professional graphics and drawings, fabricated a case, and manipulated Drexel for the semi-official endorsement. Total cost, less than then one of their supposed miners.

They obviously have an exit strategy, probably was one of the first things they came up before they even started. After all what good is a scam if you can't pull it off successfully? The no refunds after 5 month policy, makes perfect sense. If you knew that all of your customers were going to be waiting for ever. They can claim they tried but were incompetent and have no money left. They have probably opened numerous other companies they aren't affiliated with but have control over. This way they can show that they paid for goods and services to build the miners when in reality it's all an elaborate trail of paperwork that only a team of accountants could do and reasonably expect to get away with it.

I hope I'm wrong, but why Alpha-T refuses to ease their customer's worries is beyond reason. It's obvious they have nothing more to show us. That's all they have themselves. How is that even possible, unless they've outsourced this whole thing and aren't in control of it. Something is seriously wrong here. Best case scenario extreme incompetence is the reason for the total failure, at worst it was all planned this way from day one. They knew that they would be protected.

If I were to pull off this scam, I would have given more updates ensuring the money kept rolling in. Giving reasonable explanations and promises to give more to the customer if they would just keep the status quo. Sound familiar? I guess we will have to wait and see if they are for real or not? I'm not a customer, but I'm watching this carefully.
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September 12, 2014, 03:09:51 AM
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September 12, 2014, 03:35:19 AM
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You know Alpha Technology funds are used by ISIS Terrorists

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September 12, 2014, 08:09:35 AM
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Proof or Troll ?
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September 12, 2014, 08:31:36 AM
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You know Alpha Technology funds are used by ISIS Terrorists

Did you fund ISIS?

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September 12, 2014, 10:46:40 AM
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I've won my claim against these guys, the court has now granted my judgement.

It cost's £70 to get the court to enforce this judgement, which will involve them sending bailiffs to the head office. Seeing as how that office has already been reported to be empty, is there any other address anyone knows of I can send the bailiffs to seize goods?
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September 12, 2014, 12:41:54 PM
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Did you win in small claims courts? It is a good news now!! Normally it will take half years to process.
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September 12, 2014, 12:57:57 PM
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I've won my claim against these guys, the court has now granted my judgement.

It cost's £70 to get the court to enforce this judgement, which will involve them sending bailiffs to the head office. Seeing as how that office has already been reported to be empty, is there any other address anyone knows of I can send the bailiffs to seize goods?

You appear to be the first!!!!


andTHIS IS HUGE NEWS!!!!!!!!!!


Congratulations! You are the first one to prove the obvious.... which is that Alpha is a lying piece of shit, has nothing to stand on, and EVERYONE needs to sue the fuck out of them.

The head office in this case (if the store front from the pictures is locked up) would be Mubashar mother fucker's house.

Please find out the residential address of this criminal and send the bailiff there.

I will personally reward $20 USD to whomever finds this criminal's residential address... in part because my victory will be coming up shortly and I will also need the fucker's address. Hopefully others will add on to the reward $.
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September 12, 2014, 01:49:36 PM
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I've won my claim against these guys, the court has now granted my judgement.

It cost's £70 to get the court to enforce this judgement, which will involve them sending bailiffs to the head office. Seeing as how that office has already been reported to be empty, is there any other address anyone knows of I can send the bailiffs to seize goods?

You appear to be the first!!!!


andTHIS IS HUGE NEWS!!!!!!!!!!


Congratulations! You are the first one to prove the obvious.... which is that Alpha is a lying piece of shit, has nothing to stand on, and EVERYONE needs to sue the fuck out of them.

The head office in this case (if the store front from the pictures is locked up) would be Mubashar mother fucker's house.

Please find out the residential address of this criminal and send the bailiff there.

I will personally reward $20 USD to whomever finds this criminal's residential address... in part because my victory will be coming up shortly and I will also need the fucker's address. Hopefully others will add on to the reward $.
I've posted this before.  I think this could be their residential address.

3 Motcombe Farm Road,
Heald Green
Cheadle
Cheshire
England
SK8 3RW

This was the address they used when they first registered Cheshire Technology which then became Alpha Technology. A quick google shows its a residential street https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@53.3734054,-2.2341855,3a,75y,326.61h,81.61t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sI3TQoRsxmv-FMFfX5lkseA!2e0

This is probably your best place to start. Children tend to live at home longer in Asian families. I would think if this is the family home, it's where you'll find Mubasher.
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September 12, 2014, 01:55:25 PM
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Who would have guessed that a guy named after the Prophet Mohammed would have the bailiffs looking for him ?
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September 12, 2014, 02:05:09 PM
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It cost's £70 to get the court to enforce this judgement, which will involve them sending bailiffs to the head office. Seeing as how that office has already been reported to be empty

http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/infoAndGuide/reportingFraud.shtml
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September 12, 2014, 02:20:42 PM
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I've won my claim against these guys, the court has now granted my judgement.

It cost's £70 to get the court to enforce this judgement, which will involve them sending bailiffs to the head office. Seeing as how that office has already been reported to be empty, is there any other address anyone knows of I can send the bailiffs to seize goods?

For everyone else, please explain your procedure for filing, what points you hit on, did they refute you with ToS, etc. I know I'd be happy to donate for that information, and im sure other people in the same situation would to.
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September 12, 2014, 02:50:59 PM
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Think I might have been lucky, they didn't respond in the 14 days so I requested a default judgement against them which was awarded 2 days later. In the end I didn't have to use any of the TOS stuff, missed deadlines etc.

As for residential addresses, with this being a Limited Company you cant send bailiffs there as my CCJ is against the company not the directors and they won't be able to do anything. What would be great to find is if they have a warehouse / alternative address where they hold any PC equipment /  stock etc as that is part of the company and would be liable for seizure.
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