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August 06, 2014, 07:17:43 PM
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I think you were supposed to email him on Monday if it was still on hold. Make sure you have the applicable info in the email.

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August 06, 2014, 08:35:21 PM
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I think you were supposed to email him on Monday if it was still on hold. Make sure you have the applicable info in the email.
I emailed him ~10:50PM Saturday with the complete information.  He should also have received an email from Escrow.com Friday early AM (when I received mine).  I see no mention in this thread about emailing him again this past Monday.

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Hi Juan,

RE: Order  #1418 (8/2  status  --  On  Hold)

Just a reminder, I can't complete the Escrow payment with Escrow.com until you OK it.  My hands are tied!

-- Trevor

PS. I received this message from Escrow.com 1:30am Friday morning:
"It has been 2 days and the seller has not agreed to the transaction terms for: S3 Miner (ID# 716171).

If you are the seller, please sign in to your account at Escrow.com, click on your transaction number, and then agree to the terms and the escrow instructions. If no action is taken, this transaction will be canceled in 3 days."

I checked on the transaction a couple hours ago and it appears to be still open and still waiting on Juan!  Though if batch five is now done with, I'd have to be moved to batch six which will change the price.
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August 06, 2014, 09:46:13 PM
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Hello

Sorry for the delays I was in a trip to Iceland to speed up the setup of the new Data Center to host miners.

I am processing all the orders that are on hold during the weekend, if your order is not in Processing status by Monday please let me know.

We will stop using the Chase Bank and we will return to our Bank of America account because looks Chase does not like Bitcoin related business.

Regards

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August 06, 2014, 10:03:07 PM
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Hello

Sorry for the delays I was in a trip to Iceland to speed up the setup of the new Data Center to host miners.

I am processing all the orders that are on hold during the weekend, if your order is not in Processing status by Monday please let me know.

We will stop using the Chase Bank and we will return to our Bank of America account because looks Chase does not like Bitcoin related business.

Regards

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Yeah, I saw that, but there's no way it could have been moved to processing since the escrow deposit is incomplete.  He knows that order is still on hold and he knows why.  My question is why he's chosen to just leave it like that?

Am I using the wrong email address (jg@112bit.com)?

Just resent my Saturday night email with a further query.

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RE: order  #1418

Hello Juan,

What do we do about this hanging order?  Do we start again or do you no longer do escrow?

Thanks -- Trevor
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August 06, 2014, 11:55:17 PM
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There's info@112bit.com  Undecided  and no one has posted on the facebook page since June.

At least if he doesn't play an erendook theres an address on the facebook page to make a non electric communication to.

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August 06, 2014, 11:57:21 PM
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Juan,

How are you guys handling the Coupons/Refund based on Bitmain's annoucement?

1)   10.0% worth of coupon for the B1~B3 customers. This is the default option.
2)   7.7% worth of refund. We will release a function on our official website for application of this option. If you have bought from our resellers, please contact them and provide your Bitcoin address.

Thread link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=671189.460


Just trying to follow up on this, tried calling no answer. Sad

I've been following up on this too and no answer yet.
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August 07, 2014, 12:25:52 AM
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There's info@112bit.com  Undecided  and no one has posted on the facebook page since June.

At least if he doesn't play an erendook theres an address on the facebook page to make a non electric communication to.
Thanks, but I'm not into facebook.  I checked and jg@112bit.com is definitely the address he provided in this thread and he hasn't posted a replacement that I've seen and I see little point in taking shotgun blasts.  If he can't be bothered with me, then there's a message in that -- a message for anyone interested in using Paypal or Credit Card.
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August 07, 2014, 01:09:20 AM
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Info@112bit.com is whats on the 112bit.com site. If your not into facebook try the twitter link on 112bit page.

Last time I had a bitcoin problem with 112 bit I just used the chat box.

I can only hope you'll get your "it shipped" message soon.

All else fails you let your escrow cancel and rent a bunch of time on mining rig rentals(through of course a referral link).





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August 07, 2014, 02:23:14 AM
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Info@112bit.com is whats on the 112bit.com site. If your not into facebook try the twitter link on 112bit page.

Last time I had a bitcoin problem with 112 bit I just used the chat box.

I can only hope you'll get your "it shipped" message soon.

All else fails you let your escrow cancel and rent a bunch of time on mining rig rentals(through of course a referral link).
Can't say I'm into Twitter either, but just forwarded my earlier email to the info@112bit.com address.  Thanks for the suggestions, I appreciate your interest!  Smiley

PS.  It would be neat to fire up an S3, my current production is via USB miners totaling ~70Gh/s.
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August 07, 2014, 03:19:59 AM
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I just received an email from Juan including the following statement:
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We do not use Escrow anymore because we have enough good reputation already so makes no sense for us.
So, it appears Paypal and Credit Card are no longer purchase options.  It's either BTC or Bank transfer -- bummer Sad!

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August 07, 2014, 11:59:37 AM
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I would have assumed he still could have declined the escrow and then you wouldn't have needed 7 emails if that was the case.

I'm going to want to fire it up myself but mining/renting  my/others devices is balancing my hashing off. I'm renting a 300GH  for .02 for 3 days and I'll make it back when someone rents mine.

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August 07, 2014, 01:15:05 PM
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Anyone from Canada ever buy from 112? How's duties and such?
I'm thinking of either getting a cx750m x2 to over clock 2 s3... Or a evga 1300w to over clock two of them.
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August 07, 2014, 03:03:37 PM
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antminer s3-b5, Someone with tracking number?
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August 07, 2014, 05:34:02 PM
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Anyone from Canada ever buy from 112? How's duties and such?
I'm thinking of either getting a cx750m x2 to over clock 2 s3... Or a evga 1300w to over clock two of them.

Yes I have bought from 112bit & I am in Canada too.
There is no duty.
There is sales tax, which in this case being Ontario it is the HST, so 13%
You will pay 13% on the cost of the miner which is 395$ + UPS shipping fee of 35$.
UPS will also charge you 10$ brokerage fee + HST.
And no a legit business will not break the law and commit fraud by declaring the goods at a lesser value.
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August 07, 2014, 06:08:07 PM
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Who would care if a Chinese company declared a different value.. Do they have the same laws?
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August 07, 2014, 06:30:56 PM
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Who would care if a Chinese company declared a different value.. Do they have the same laws?

Ummmm CBSA would definitely care and UPS has some skin in the game too. If you can't afford 13% tax on a miner maybe mining is not for you.
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August 07, 2014, 10:06:04 PM
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I would have assumed he still could have declined the escrow and then you wouldn't have needed 7 emails if that was the case.

I'm going to want to fire it up myself but mining/renting  my/others devices is balancing my hashing off. I'm renting a 300GH  for .02 for 3 days and I'll make it back when someone rents mine.
Yes, it would have been nice if he could have been a little more proactive.  I canceled the Escrow transaction and closed my Escrow.com account last night.  I also suggested he close my b5 order from last week, it's clearly not going anywhere.  From reading the thread, I understood the purpose of engaging Escrow.com was not the escrow service, but rather customer access to Credit Card and Paypal transactions.  Appears he's now viewing it purely as an escrow service, rather than a gateway to the most popular forms of payment (Amazon, Newegg, Ebay, and most everywhere else).
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August 07, 2014, 10:08:13 PM
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Other places to buy with a card they charge more to make up for the fees chargebacks etc. 
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August 07, 2014, 10:27:07 PM
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Other places to buy with a card they charge more to make up for the fees chargebacks etc.  
Purchase through Escrow.com also involves fees!  There's usually some degree of overhead attached to convenience.  That overhead will either be factored into the price of the goods/services or added at checkout/delivery.

I'm going to want to fire it up myself but mining/renting  my/others devices is balancing my hashing off. I'm renting a 300GH  for .02 for 3 days and I'll make it back when someone rents mine.
My confirmed pool yield just now reached .01 BTC for the very first time -- an S3 would be nice! Smiley
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August 08, 2014, 06:35:47 AM
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Who would care if a Chinese company declared a different value.. Do they have the same laws?

Ummmm CBSA would definitely care and UPS has some skin in the game too. If you can't afford 13% tax on a miner maybe mining is not for you.

Maybe people don't like paying 13% in extortion fees to highway robbers. Or ANY extortion fees for that matter. Your ever think of that?
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