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January 28, 2012, 10:32:53 AM
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i wanna buy some shares Smiley

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Also, we are considering a partnership op in the near future to expand and offer 100% uptime contract as well as new services. We are  holding back on that right now as we are waiting to see what will happen with BFL Bitforce units.

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January 29, 2012, 12:59:41 AM
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Nice, lets start with those cables we discussed.  I have plenty of room up here, hydro included in rent, to grow a farm. let me know


i wanna buy some shares Smiley

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January 31, 2012, 10:35:00 AM
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Andrew,

Need an update... having to chase you down for the status of our deal is getting tiresome.

On the January 24th you said days or perhaps a week away and that you would keep me updated...

Today is a week with no word. Normally, I would allow a few extra days but your endless string of excuses are unacceptable.

Reading back through this thread, you have many undelivered contracts. Today, I learn of another that is not posted to this thread. Perhaps it is time for an open public 'roll call' of those you have yet to deliver on?

People here (I) have been very patient and you seem to have the support of some respected members of this forum so you have been given more than ample opportunity and definitely provided more leeway than should be reasonably expected.

The bottom line is: When will you deliver? Please, no excuses. Enough is enough.


Info: I am a shareholder and have a 6 month 6 gh/s lease with Andrew that was due to start on November 1st (2nd) - I have thus far received 0 from this contract.
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January 31, 2012, 05:47:13 PM
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Andrew,

Need an update... having to chase you down for the status of our deal is getting tiresome.

On the January 24th you said days or perhaps a week away and that you would keep me updated...

Today is a week with no word. Normally, I would allow a few extra days but your endless string of excuses are unacceptable.

Reading back through this thread, you have many undelivered contracts. Today, I learn of another that is not posted to this thread. Perhaps it is time for an open public 'roll call' of those you have yet to deliver on?

People here (I) have been very patient and you seem to have the support of some respected members of this forum so you have been given more than ample opportunity and definitely provided more leeway than should be reasonably expected.

The bottom line is: When will you deliver? Please, no excuses. Enough is enough.


Info: I am a shareholder and have a 6 month 6 gh/s lease with Andrew that was due to start on November 1st (2nd) - I have thus far received 0 from this contract.


Am and doing everything in my power to get this hardware back to its running condition. At the moment I have a large amount of GPUs that I am still waiting to return from RMA. I have also had revived contact from Msbashfu regarding repayment, but seems like I wont be seeing my hardware anytime soon.
I know the delay sucks and Im doing everything I can to bring it online asap. This is all quite frustrating as I have shells of machines sitting here waiting to turn back on, and cant do anything about it. When the cards get back, we will be good, but I also have asked that anyone in the LA area who wants to make a few bitcoins and can help me reinstall everything to message me as I cannot get all this backup on my own.

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January 31, 2012, 06:17:10 PM
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UPDATE:

GPUmax will be providing the power for the contracts!

First, I would like to thank pirateat40 for this amazing offer. As I told him on IRC, I woke this morning to more stress and when I pressed refresh, saw a new message and my heart sank. But, Pirteat40 came out of left field and I honestly am still shaking from pure shock at the generosity.

Details are being worked out right now, but outstanding contracts will be compeated FAST.

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its going to be share based on the formula GH/s by 20116.5676116943359375 per day.

Right from the horses mouth on that one.

So, if you own a SDM contract, message me your worker deatils so I dont have to drive across LA to get them and stay tuned as SDM get ready to turn into an angry bit-hashing monster once again!

Also. GPumax is the #1 provider of share based contract mining. For all your mining needs, goto GPumax, When we are open again for new contracts, thats where SDM will be.

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February 01, 2012, 11:55:22 AM
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Sounds like a plan. GPUmax can deliver some pretty serious hashing power.

"Working out the details" - Is this hours, days or weeks away?
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February 02, 2012, 02:05:14 PM
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The bottom line is: When will you deliver? Please, no excuses. Enough is enough.

The answer is NEVER!
I payed my contract so far ago, in August 2011, received a few BTC in September and then nothing,
always delayed, I'm trying to get a refund since then because I don't want anymore this contract (that I never had)

But this smart guy keeps delaying week by week always for some weird problems..
is it so difficult to refund mine 64BTC? does it take more than EIGHT months?

I have proofs of what I'm saying I can post screenshot of every message.
Don't trust this scam!

CIAO!
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February 02, 2012, 02:20:09 PM
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The bottom line is: When will you deliver? Please, no excuses. Enough is enough.

The answer is NEVER!
I payed my contract so far ago, in August 2011, received a few BTC in September and then nothing,
always delayed, I'm trying to get a refund since then because I don't want anymore this contract (that I never had)

But this smart guy keeps delaying week by week always for some weird problems..
is it so difficult to refund mine 64BTC? does it take more than EIGHT months?

I have proofs of what I'm saying I can post screenshot of every message.
Don't trust this scam!

Please check your PM inbox. I had responded to you previously about your btc address.

EDIT: My bad, I saw your replied. Pm sent.

Second Edit: I am not saying we dont have opperational problems....because well we do. But for a little bit now we have suspended any new clients, repaeing/rebuilding hardware and pouring what ever capital I have left back into the repairs.
I do have need for the following if anyone is willing to assist.

Someone with experience with Asus and their RMA dept ( Im getting a load of issues getting them to take back some boards that died out)
Spare 5830 replacement fans
And some other skill I cant remember. Pm me for more info.

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February 02, 2012, 03:51:21 PM
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How goes the deal with GPUmax?
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February 02, 2012, 03:58:17 PM
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I've been in talks with Shakaru on working out a solution, but it seems that there is more to this picture than I was originally lead to believe.  Not that Shakaru did anything wrong, just some details that I was not aware of until we started gathering the facts.  Until an agreement is set, I'm afraid the waiting game will continue.

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February 07, 2012, 02:23:33 PM
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How long does it take to earn/sell stuff worth $200?
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February 07, 2012, 09:35:34 PM
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How long does it take to earn/sell stuff worth $200?

in all fairness if proceeds were equally distributed to us clients, a sale of a $200 item would only yield you $4.
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February 07, 2012, 10:12:44 PM
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As of right now, I am expecting about $1400 in sales and services for this month that I am going to be putting back into SDM. At this point, I have given up on keeping my home working my self to the bone to keep this venture alive.

BTW: Anyone looking for webservers (physical, not rental) let me know. Same for networking equip. The more of the non SDM related hardware I can sell, the more I can use to get this all squared away.


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February 08, 2012, 07:16:39 PM
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As of right now, I am expecting about $1400 in sales and services for this month that I am going to be putting back into SDM. At this point, I have given up on keeping my home working my self to the bone to keep this venture alive.

BTW: Anyone looking for webservers (physical, not rental) let me know. Same for networking equip. The more of the non SDM related hardware I can sell, the more I can use to get this all squared away.



What sort of networking equip?

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February 08, 2012, 09:27:21 PM
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As of right now, I am expecting about $1400 in sales and services for this month that I am going to be putting back into SDM. At this point, I have given up on keeping my home working my self to the bone to keep this venture alive.

BTW: Anyone looking for webservers (physical, not rental) let me know. Same for networking equip. The more of the non SDM related hardware I can sell, the more I can use to get this all squared away.



What sort of networking equip?

2 Linksys Catylist rack switches
1 dlink 16port rackable switch
3 4u server rack cases
1 4u web host server.
Tons of cat 5 and other odds and ends.

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February 09, 2012, 05:34:34 AM
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2 Linksys Catylist rack switches
1 dlink 16port rackable switch
3 4u server rack cases
1 4u web host server.
Tons of cat 5 and other odds and ends.

Server specs and asking price?

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February 09, 2012, 06:16:15 AM
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Can be built to suit. 4u racks can handle pretty much any size board. They were intended to be used as 3x 5970 rigs, but with all these issues, never came to be.

Am3 boards
4x4gb Ddr3 (you can get 8gb dimms now, but they are waaaaaay to costly)
dual pcie 16x lanes on MSi or foxcon boards

Ive built a few minecraft servers out of specs like what I have around here. So tell me what your looking for and Ill see what can be done.

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February 09, 2012, 06:17:09 AM
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Also, think I got something here, I will not count my chickens before they hatch, but I am running my self dead here on all of this, so I am trying anything at this point,

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February 16, 2012, 02:05:16 PM
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Whats the status here? Chickens hatch? RMA's back? Anything Mining? GPUmax deal dead?

You waiting on a price fall back to $2 or something?

Hopefully your 25 btc loan has something to do with paying your debts...

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February 24, 2012, 03:35:13 AM
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After many months of negotiations, it is time to gather some information. If you have debt due you by Shakaru or Shades Minoco:

Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=65989.0




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