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January 04, 2013, 03:04:27 PM
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HAHAHAH this makes me laugh
Don't come here after this much time has passed and blame it on the GLBSE crash. At least man up and admit you were the one who fucked it up, way back in the day. Don't blame this on some  recent event because that's just bullshit.
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I did say I fucked up, and I did not blame it on the GLBSE crash (unless you meant the way everything which we invested in turned out to be a scam and a huge amount of the bid offers on the GLBSE did not have any bitcoins behind them, causing the prices to crash when we tried to sell anything). And then Nefario froze me out and I couldn't do anything to fix anything. I made mistakes, I was going through some other trouble at the time and I just walked away. Looking back now I wish I had handled things differently, but there is not alot I can do now.

I guess if you want to PM me an address and how much you lost maybe I could pay something back. Like I said, I never heard anything from Nefario, even though he claimed to be trying to contact me.


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at least i got my 4 btc from him.

Yep.  Peter gave you face value and the rest of us squat though.  Still waiting for my orders to be filled Peter.

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Peter, if for whatever reason you prefer doing this aside from glbse (as it looks because you have send money directly to others), please send 5.4 BTC to this address to keep me quiet, too:

1BgHVQNjs3wxaZYWcJEwVZNM6x6DkftDAB

... and I will stop calling you a scammer.

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January 04, 2013, 03:11:45 PM
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hehe, I bet this is what got you come back here, Peter:

https://www.google.com/search?q=Peter+Lambert+Lansing

I had hoped all along you would start caring about your web reputation.

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January 05, 2013, 02:07:37 AM
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hehe, I bet this is what got you come back here, Peter:

https://www.google.com/search?q=Peter+Lambert+Lansing

I had hoped all along you would start caring about your web reputation.

Actually he was on IRC, coupla months ago.

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Oct 06 20:12:13 <rg>   mircea
Oct 06 20:12:25 <mircea_popescu>   ye
Oct 06 20:12:27 <rg>   you should lower the MPEX fee
Oct 06 20:12:27 *   UncleScrooge has quit (Quit: I didn't set up UberScript properly!)
Oct 06 20:12:29 <PeterLambert>   bitvps
Oct 06 20:12:31 <rg>   for the next 2 weeks
Oct 06 20:12:38 <mircea_popescu>   rg you noticed i raised it ?
Oct 06 20:12:44 <mircea_popescu>   PeterLambert ?!
Oct 06 20:12:44 <rg>   no i didn't
Oct 06 20:12:48 <PeterLambert>   yes?
Oct 06 20:12:52 <rg>   it was already a rip off
Oct 06 20:12:54 <rg>   you raised it more?
Oct 06 20:12:57 <mircea_popescu>   quite the cheek. how dare you show your face here ?
Oct 06 20:13:01 <mircea_popescu>   rf 30.
Oct 06 20:13:12 <rg>   lol what a scam
Oct 06 20:13:18 <PeterLambert>   I have a face
Oct 06 20:13:30 <mircea_popescu>   PeterLambert you also have a bunch of defrauded investors.
Oct 06 20:13:59 <PeterLambert>   ? maybe they can be included in the glbse shutdown
Oct 06 20:14:06 <mircea_popescu>   maybe you can get fucked.
Oct 06 20:14:16 <PeterLambert>   I never did get any communicatio from nefario
Oct 06 20:14:24 <mircea_popescu>   what is this, you think you run with everyone;'s money, come back a year later all is forgotten ?
Oct 06 20:14:27 <mircea_popescu>   all is not forgotten.

So he's been circling. Money runs out, and since it's kinda hard to live without it a scammer will always come back to where the loot is.

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January 05, 2013, 06:07:57 PM
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I'm curious to know why Peter Lambert does not have the scammer tag. Was his scam before the forum implemented scammer tags or is there a different reason (i.e. scam not proven or something)?
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January 05, 2013, 11:42:51 PM
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I'm curious to know why Peter Lambert does not have the scammer tag. Was his scam before the forum implemented scammer tags or is there a different reason ?

If I remember correctly the scammer tag didn't exist back then.

(i.e. scam not proven or something)

A scammer tag simply means one or more bitcointalk.org users are fucking pissed.

Edit: Oh and he's willing to pay back? Really?

I guess if you want to PM me an address and how much you lost maybe I could pay something back. Like I said, I never heard anything from Nefario, even though he claimed to be trying to contact me.
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January 13, 2013, 11:50:12 AM
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I'm curious to know why Peter Lambert does not have the scammer tag. Was his scam before the forum implemented scammer tags or is there a different reason (i.e. scam not proven or something)?
as he is back on the forum now and posting in other threads I call for a scammer tag, too. Unless he cleans up the mess he left.

Deleting relevant posts with investor information should be enough for the tag imho.

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February 27, 2013, 09:36:57 PM
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Sent out a small payment this morning to people who had previously given me their information.

I was wondering if anybody I owe money to would be interested in using ripple to formalize the debt? What would happen is you "trust" me on Ripple for the amount I owe you, then I send you BTC IOUs. You could then remove the "trust", and those BTC IOUs would be preferentially sent when you send BTC through ripple (when there is a trust path allowing them). I would then buy back the IOUs later (approximately the same speed I have been sending out payments, or in other words very slowly.)These could also be traded through the Ripple system. Ripple is still pretty new, and I don't know how much it will catch on, so we might want to do this later when the system is more built up. Let me know what you think?

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February 28, 2013, 01:35:56 AM
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Sent out a small payment this morning to people who had previously given me their information.

Well, I haven't received any coins to the address I had announced in this thread a year ago.

Also, how do we measure your debt? A few weeks before LIF.x exploded, I was holding around 700 BTC "worth" of LIF bonds. Of course this doesn't mean anything. I had paid around 150 BTC for them. Do you have any other measure in mind?

I was wondering if anybody I owe money to would be interested in using ripple to formalize the debt? What would happen is you "trust" me on Ripple for the amount I owe you, then I send you BTC IOUs. You could then remove the "trust", and those BTC IOUs would be preferentially sent when you send BTC through ripple (when there is a trust path allowing them). I would then buy back the IOUs later (approximately the same speed I have been sending out payments, or in other words very slowly.)These could also be traded through the Ripple system. Ripple is still pretty new, and I don't know how much it will catch on, so we might want to do this later when the system is more built up. Let me know what you think?

Interesting idea. Makes total sense to me.
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February 28, 2013, 02:17:07 AM
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Sent out a small payment this morning to people who had previously given me their information.

Well, I haven't received any coins to the address I had announced in this thread a year ago.

Ack, totally missed your post when I made a list from the thread, I have added your address to my list. Sorry about that.

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February 28, 2013, 04:05:27 PM
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Wow, Peter Lambert is back?  I wish I had kept records on my losses in the various LIF funds.
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February 28, 2013, 05:12:05 PM
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Wow, Peter Lambert is back?  I wish I had kept records on my losses in the various LIF funds.

+1 - same here. didn't keep records - lost some btc...
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April 17, 2014, 01:19:21 AM
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April 17, 2014, 02:17:13 AM
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Holy zombie post, Batman...

GLBSE predates my interest in Bitcoin, but I can't help but think that many of the same thing will be said about Cryptostocks sooner or later.
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