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January 02, 2019, 01:56:45 AM
Last edit: January 02, 2019, 09:37:33 AM by raveron
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Hello!

I have ultimately became mad over the trust I have received.

Both feedbacks from VOD are ridiculous and no one has any link with reality.

1. A loan with an active collateral, a cryptocurrency.

2. An investment opportunity that has nothing to do with a ponzi.

I strongly consider this person having a very powerful mental problem at this moment.

Moderators please remove his feedbacks.
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January 02, 2019, 02:10:55 AM
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Trust is not "moderated." The only way that you can get the negative trust removed is to convince Vod to remove it. Please note that AFAIK, insulting Vod is not going to help your slim chances of getting him to remove it. Also, if you attempt to invoke "countermeasures" such as leaving him fake bad trust or making legal threats, that strategy won't work either. I don't think kissing his ass will work either, though....
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January 02, 2019, 02:21:24 AM
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Trust is not "moderated." The only way that you can get the negative trust removed is to convince Vod to remove it. Please note that AFAIK, insulting Vod is not going to help your slim chances of getting him to remove it. Also, if you attempt to invoke "countermeasures" such as leaving him fake bad trust or making legal threats, that strategy won't work either. I don't think kissing his ass will work either, though....

Oh threatening ? Why? This is how it works? I hope not.

Regarding saying my personal opinion I don't that's something wrong, he just proved to me in 2 months of bitcointalk that he has no use of his brain most of the time and just a big ego.

Very sad to hear that trust is not moderated.
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January 02, 2019, 02:30:59 AM
Last edit: January 02, 2019, 03:14:36 AM by bones261
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Trust is not "moderated." The only way that you can get the negative trust removed is to convince Vod to remove it. Please note that AFAIK, insulting Vod is not going to help your slim chances of getting him to remove it. Also, if you attempt to invoke "countermeasures" such as leaving him fake bad trust or making legal threats, that strategy won't work either. I don't think kissing his ass will work either, though....

Oh threatening ? Why? This is how it works, I hope not.

Regarding saying my personal opinion I don't that's something wrong, he just proved to me in 2 months of bitcointalk that he has no use of his brain most of the time and just a big ego.

Very sad to hear that trust is not moderated.


   Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but this is how it works. The moderators will not remove negative trust. The only way to get negative trust removed is to have the person who left it, remove it. You could also attempt to figure out which default trust one member(s) added him to their trust, and have the member(s) remove him. Or you can convince one of the DT1 members exclude him. However, I don't think this strategy is going to bode well for you, either.

Edit: Just as expected. OP gets the booby prize of additional red trust from DT2 member.  Roll Eyes

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January 02, 2019, 03:07:32 AM
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Both feedbacks from VOD are ridiculous and no one has any link with reality.

1. A loan with an active collateral, a cryptocurrency.

2. An investment opportunity that has nothing to do with a ponzi.

Nope, both ratings are spot on. You did offer a ridiculously worthless shitcoin as a collateral and you did run a ponzi.

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January 02, 2019, 09:36:52 AM
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Both feedbacks from VOD are ridiculous and no one has any link with reality.

1. A loan with an active collateral, a cryptocurrency.

2. An investment opportunity that has nothing to do with a ponzi.

Nope, both ratings are spot on. You did offer a ridiculously worthless shitcoin as a collateral and you did run a ponzi.

Shitcoin or not shitcoin, it was a collateral. And it is not a ponzi, you are just saying a statement based on no facts
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January 02, 2019, 09:38:46 AM
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Trust is not "moderated." The only way that you can get the negative trust removed is to convince Vod to remove it. Please note that AFAIK, insulting Vod is not going to help your slim chances of getting him to remove it. Also, if you attempt to invoke "countermeasures" such as leaving him fake bad trust or making legal threats, that strategy won't work either. I don't think kissing his ass will work either, though....

Oh threatening ? Why? This is how it works, I hope not.

Regarding saying my personal opinion I don't that's something wrong, he just proved to me in 2 months of bitcointalk that he has no use of his brain most of the time and just a big ego.

Very sad to hear that trust is not moderated.


   Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but this is how it works. The moderators will not remove negative trust. The only way to get negative trust removed is to have the person who left it, remove it. You could also attempt to figure out which default trust one member(s) added him to their trust, and have the member(s) remove him. Or you can convince one of the DT1 members exclude him. However, I don't think this strategy is going to bode well for you, either.

Edit: Just as expected. OP gets the booby prize of additional red trust from DT2 member.  Roll Eyes



Yes, I am also seeing it. It seems, this thread helped to understand, that this place is a place where licking asses and idiots can gather around and act without facts. That's great
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January 02, 2019, 10:13:10 AM
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And it is not a ponzi, you are just saying a statement based on no facts

To be fair, I believe you when you say it's not a Ponzi, in that I don't think you have the intention of paying back your early "investors" at all. I think it's an outright scam and that you will just make off with any coins you are sent. 5% weekly return works out to over 1200% per annum; 7% weekly return works out to over 3300% per annum. There is absolutely zero chance this is true, therefore you are a scammer.

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January 02, 2019, 10:17:47 AM
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I strongly consider this person having a very powerful mental problem at this moment.

Moderators please remove his feedbacks.
Opps! I don't think they have mental problem right now. I think you have mental problem that you are asking to moderators to remove your feedback. It's seems to me both feedback's are valid. Instead of request to consider remove feedback you are trolling them. Is it not your mental problem ? There is reference why they have left negetive feedback and it's seems to me legit. Not only ponzi scheme but also it will consider a scam attempt. Without any business details and proof you are asking for money. Regarding collateral, most likely fake to me. On the other hand you have not use your original account as you say you have forgot password. Did you try to recover? Do you have post on meta to recover your account ?

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January 02, 2019, 12:22:13 PM
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To be fair, I believe you when you say it's not a Ponzi, in that I don't think you have the intention of paying back your early "investors" at all.

Touché. So we're actually being very nice to the OP by calling it a ponzi.

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January 02, 2019, 05:44:06 PM
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To be fair, I believe you when you say it's not a Ponzi, in that I don't think you have the intention of paying back your early "investors" at all.

Touché. So we're actually being very nice to the OP by calling it a ponzi.

This is fantastic, more red feedbacks received?

I am out of this forum, you are not worth a penny as morals.
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January 02, 2019, 06:03:18 PM
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I am out of this forum
Bye. We'll probably see you reply again. Wink

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January 02, 2019, 07:54:56 PM
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2. An investment opportunity that has nothing to do with a ponzi.
Much humor I sense in you. When you say investment opportunity you mean investment fraud, right?
This is fantastic, more red feedbacks received?
Yep, because green feedback "ponzi scammer" wouldn't make much sense.
I am out of this forum
Cu around, Mr. Charles.

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January 03, 2019, 12:29:09 AM
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I am out of this forum
Bye. We'll probably see you reply again. Wink

What should I do at 1 am? of course coming back to see the replies.

I just can't believe that the main bitcoin forum is so fucked up...
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January 03, 2019, 01:18:51 AM
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I just can't believe that the main bitcoin forum is so fucked up...


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January 03, 2019, 01:44:44 AM
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Edit: Just as expected. OP gets the booby prize of additional red trust from DT2 member.  Roll Eyes
Thank you, sir!  May I have another!

Eh, OP was definitely trying to run a Ponzi scheme, just promising a fixed return and keeping the details very vague.  In fact, it isn't even clear to me how he was making the money he described in the first few sentences in the reference link:

I do money online with different products shipping them all around the world. Usually my profit is around 20% of each product. I can say it is safe most of the time as return but there are cases and cases, I am always cautious.
"I do money online with different products shipping them all around the world".  WTF does that even mean?   Are you a fucking drug dealer?  You don't think potential investors ought to be given critical info like that?

Oh, wait.  This was posted in Investor-based Games, where everything is a Ponzi if I'm not mistaken.  But you know what?  Those DT members were correct in their feedback.  Some suckers might actually believe your BS story and give you money, not knowing it's all a "let's pretend this is real" kind of situation.  That's a scam, dude.

Your ass is about to get a little redder in a second.

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January 03, 2019, 04:57:48 AM
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I am out of this forum
Bye. We'll probably see you reply again. Wink

What should I do at 1 am? of course coming back to see the replies.

I just can't believe that the main bitcoin forum is so fucked up...


You just need to stop  to offer garbage to people,stop scamming,do something positive for forum and then people will accept you.We are not blind here and we see that you enjoy to scam people in this forum and that is not forum goal.When you scam somebody once in forum you are scammer forever and people will not forgive you.

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January 03, 2019, 10:39:13 PM
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I just can't believe that the main bitcoin forum is so fucked up...


Its all because of this one dude:




"I do money online with different products shipping them all around the world".  WTF does that even mean?   Are you a fucking drug dealer?  You don't think potential investors ought to be given critical info like that?
It means he's a fortnite coach on fiverr. You think this dolt would be able to go as far as drug dealing? Nah kid, he's one of those sweaty try-hard 9 year olds who play minecraft and fortnite for 14 hours a day and make themselves feel better by stream-sniping people. smh

Your ass is about to get a little redder in a second.
Did you start slapping them butt-cheeks again? I thought you became PG13.  Undecided

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