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October 09, 2011, 11:22:07 PM
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Stop the Hate on this Forum, it Depreciates BTC

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October 09, 2011, 11:25:40 PM
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Does this mean I can trade forex without ID and reporting and stuff?

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   Some self examination and maturity is really needed here, as well as moderation to enforce politeness and respect.

   Members come to the forums to learn and ultimatley  increase their participation in the btc economy.  To the extent that more goods and services become available and people are aware of the possibilities, demand for btc grows and its value per dollar increases.  This should be obvious.

   Everyone should be welcomed and encouraged at the forum unless they DO HARM to another.  Vetting has its proper place, but what happens here is not vetting; its hazing.  Abuse, hate, paranoia, attacks and an effort to drive a forum member into the dirt and discourage everybody from doing business in BTC with that member. 

   There is an almost pathalogical hate coming from a number of forum members who post frequently.  Just look at the responses to our last post for proof.   Hate was directed at us from foolish people who confuse opening their account with 100 btc as tantamount to GIVING US 100 btc and another ignorant, green  person who has no clue how trades are settled and thinks trading companies keep precious metals in vaults Smiley

   In real life normal people would not dare go up to somebody and make the nasty remarks we ( FNIB ) always get on this forum from strangers who dont know a damn thing about our company or our industry.         

    These naysayers think they are smart by doing a WHOIS or other snooping in an attempt to find dirt, then post the results on the forum as if exposing some criminal plot.  Cut the B.S.  Enough.

   Could it be thay these hecklers are wimps in person and the Internet is the only place they can go to act like tough guys without having the glasses smacked off their nerdy little faces and pencil necks?

   We  www.fnib.co   are  the first forex company to accept BTC.  If you cant give us any respect for this, or at least the courtesy that ANY human being deserves, what does that say about bitcoin proponents active on this forum?

   Check your attitude and clean up these boards.  The fact that you are in a shitty mood, cant get laid or just got up on the wrong side of the bed does not give you a license to scandalize somebody's name.

   
   

   
   

It's too late for us.  Go to bitcoin.org.uk if you want civility.

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October 09, 2011, 11:48:11 PM
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OP - your sentiment is understandable. I agree that a large amount of the comments on these forums are immature and spiteful.

However, I do think it's "healthy" for there to be a higher than normal paranoia about scams and fraud. Forum members who spent hours digging up dirt are sometimes wrong or misguided, but it provides a valuable service in an ecosystem which is new, fragile, and vulnerable to the untrustworthy.

The sometimes excessive interrogation is a form of inoculation. It will fade over the long term, but for now at least I'm glad there are people who want to "out" others - even if they're being immature and vitriolic.

But there's no reason for people to be unprofessional and rude. A man with a solid argument need not resort to the behavior of a child.

With that said, be careful when pointing fingers. Some of the statements in your post amount to little more than name calling.
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October 09, 2011, 11:48:40 PM
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   Could it be thay these hecklers are wimps in person and the Internet is the only place they can go to act like tough guys without having the glasses smacked off their nerdy little faces and pencil necks?

Whatever man, I could totally beat you up.  Let's meet at the park and settle this.  You know the one.

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October 09, 2011, 11:54:07 PM
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No, really, this is a pretty funny internet nerd rant.

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October 10, 2011, 12:04:17 AM
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I hate to inform you this is an uphill battle that I've fought just check my past posts!
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October 10, 2011, 12:34:19 AM
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Here's the points you need to address:
-Why must people use the 100BTC trading accounts rather than your practice accounts for testing? They should be programmed in exactly the same way.
-Were the photographs of your premises altered in any way? There are some strange discrepancies in them. Maybe you didn't have renovation completed when you took the pictures and you just pasted your logo in there. Do you actually even need an office like that for an internet business that was just incorporated in July? I really doubt a business of this type needs a significant number of people to operate.
-For that matter, why would a company able to lease/purchase an office of that size resort to placing multiple banner ads for alternative e-currencies on their front page? Even BitCoinTalk doesn't have horribly intrusive ads, and I'm pretty sure there's way more traffic here.
-Why did you register your domain in the way you did? We're getting tired of seeing Nassau over and over. Your mailbox business is far more public than this.
-Why are all your blog articles uncredited copy/pastes off other sites?
-Your Facebook page states that you were founded in 2009, but it looks like your incorporation is July 18, 2011. Why?

All the name-calling you can dish out won't address these points. Attack the arguments, not the people making them. Of course, you're free not to respond. But in the words of Linoge from Storm of the Century, "Give me what I want and I'll go away."
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October 10, 2011, 12:45:29 AM
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the epic amount of trolling on this forum used to annoy me then i decided- why let it? if people have such strong opinions that they argue on a forum i feel sorry for them.... when i post i usually don't read the replies if i'm not asking a question since there's nothing worth arguing about or debating.

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October 10, 2011, 12:45:57 AM
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Here's the points you need to address:
-Why must people use the 100BTC trading accounts rather than your practice accounts for testing? They should be programmed in exactly the same way.
-Were the photographs of your premises altered in any way? There are some strange discrepancies in them. Maybe you didn't have renovation completed when you took the pictures and you just pasted your logo in there. Do you actually even need an office like that for an internet business that was just incorporated in July? I really doubt a business of this type needs a significant number of people to operate.
-For that matter, why would a company able to lease/purchase an office of that size resort to placing multiple banner ads for alternative e-currencies on their front page? Even BitCoinTalk doesn't have horribly intrusive ads, and I'm pretty sure there's way more traffic here.
-Why did you register your domain in the way you did? We're getting tired of seeing Nassau over and over. Your mailbox business is far more public than this.
-Why are all your blog articles uncredited copy/pastes off other sites?
-Your Facebook page states that you were founded in 2009, but it looks like your incorporation is July 18, 2011. Why?

All the name-calling you can dish out won't address these points. Attack the arguments, not the people making them. Of course, you're free not to respond. But in the words of Linoge from Storm of the Century, "Give me what I want and I'll go away."

I posted this in the other thread, but I might as well post it here too.  Based on the list of other tenants shown in the photos, that's the Axa building in Aucklund.  While it's in the legal precinct and has some pretty prestigious tenants, parts of the building are rented out as "instant offices".

Apparently they don't change the flowers in the lobby of the serviced offices in the Axa building, either.

http://www.bcl.com.au/servicedoffices/13154.htm  (click on the thumbnail for higher res)

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October 10, 2011, 01:08:55 AM
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    Listen please.  ParrotyBit and the rest, come down out of the clouds and stop acting like some kind of Grand Inquisition and universal police force protecting the innocent btc public.  The fault finding here is unbearable.   Stop all the bullshit.   If you dont like our company, dont beleive in it, fine,  then move on to the next post.

Thanks for the custom title idea, my only regret is that it isn't in red.

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October 10, 2011, 01:14:35 AM
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    Moderator:  If we cant post in peace without whithering attacks and cross examination from self appointed high commsissioners, then we quit. 
I'm really more of a Commissar than a High Commissioner.

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October 10, 2011, 01:14:44 AM
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LOL thinking they can scam us for 100 BTC easily. Damn scammers GO DIE !!! If if wasn't for you Bitcoin price would still be $30 right now. Damn scammers. Bet you all from Nigeria too, huh ?
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October 10, 2011, 01:16:24 AM
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    Listen please.  ParrotyBit and the rest, come down out of the clouds and stop acting like some kind of Grand Inquisition and universal police force protecting the innocent btc public.  The fault finding here is unbearable.   Stop all the bullshit.   If you dont like our company, dont beleive in it, fine,  then move on to the next post.

    Open an account and trade, then comment, or shut up because youre not qualified to talk about our firm.  You dont know a damn thing about FX and all the remarks about copied blog posts and the Axa bldg renting out instant offices in Auckland are just off topic.

    Moderator:  The culture here needs to change asap or many businesses will be turned off from btc.

    FNIB does not have man hours to police this forum and respond to all the snotty liittle slights probably coming from the suburban  bedrooms of young adults living with their parents who seem to have unlimted hours to spend surfing this forum

    Moderator:  If we cant post in peace without whithering attacks and cross examination from self appointed high commsissioners, then we quit.
   

   

Wow...what a business this must be.

   Some self examination and maturity is really needed here, as well as moderation to enforce politeness and respect.

Telling your potential clients to shut up and that they don't know a damn thing about FX...then telling moderators that the culture here needs to change LOL

Telling your potential clients that you don't have the man hours to respond to their concerns, then the name calling...I don't think I even need to go further...yet, you ask the moderators to grant the ability to post in peace without attacks...

You sir, need to get a grip.
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October 10, 2011, 01:21:57 AM
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Hey Stuart, how's the old directory scam going? Man, that was a hoot, wasn't it? People all being up in arms and everything.  Cheesy

So you have a new scam running now? How's that work out for you?
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October 10, 2011, 01:29:13 AM
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    Moderator:  If we cant post in peace without whithering attacks and cross examination from self appointed high commsissioners, then we quit.

Please speak for yourself.  In my line of work I believe in being totally open about who I am and what I do for my clients.  The best way to prevent people from attacking you is for there to be nothing to attack.

If you would like some consultations on how to manage any public relations fallout from your current situation please contact me via private message to discuss rates.

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October 10, 2011, 01:32:28 AM
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    Moderator:  If we cant post in peace without whithering attacks and cross examination from self appointed high commsissioners, then we quit.

Please speak for yourself.  In my line of work I believe in being totally open about who I am and what I do for my clients.  The best way to prevent people from attacking you is for there to be nothing to attack.

If you would like some consultations on how to manage any public relations fallout from your current situation please contact me via private message to discuss rates.

I guess you missed the part about cross examinations from self appointed high commissioners.

How dare you go against his honest request ?
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October 10, 2011, 01:34:00 AM
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Oh God, how did this get here? I am not good with computers....

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October 10, 2011, 01:36:34 AM
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    Moderator:  If we cant post in peace without whithering attacks and cross examination from self appointed high commsissioners, then we quit.

Please speak for yourself.  In my line of work I believe in being totally open about who I am and what I do for my clients.  The best way to prevent people from attacking you is for there to be nothing to attack.

If you would like some consultations on how to manage any public relations fallout from your current situation please contact me via private message to discuss rates.

I guess you missed the part about cross examinations from self appointed high commissioners.

How dare you go against his honest request ?

I understand the desire to avoid this type of interaction, but as a public relations professional it is my job to handle just this type of problem.  Of course my potential client is in the right here, they just need assistance in explaining it to such a hostile audience.

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October 10, 2011, 01:38:53 AM
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    Moderator:  If we cant post in peace without whithering attacks and cross examination from self appointed high commsissioners, then we quit.

Please speak for yourself.  In my line of work I believe in being totally open about who I am and what I do for my clients.  The best way to prevent people from attacking you is for there to be nothing to attack.

If you would like some consultations on how to manage any public relations fallout from your current situation please contact me via private message to discuss rates.

I guess you missed the part about cross examinations from self appointed high commissioners.

How dare you go against his honest request ?

I understand the desire to avoid this type of interaction, but as a public relations professional it is my job to handle just this type of problem.  Of course my potential client is in the right here, they just need assistance in explaining it to such a hostile audience.

Hopefully you can turn this mess around and get this individual on the proper track to success.

By the way, my previous post was sarcasm, if you didn't detect it as such.
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