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December 29, 2018, 12:49:49 PM
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Adults, when they have a disagreement, present a logical argument backed up by evidence to support their position. Children in the same situation rant and rave and call people names.

Spamming his trust page and multiple threads he started with off-topic nonsense and calling him a "fagot" will not help your case.

Once your loan is repaid, open a new thread in reputation with links to the relevant posts and transaction IDs.
Why should i prove you anything? I repeat.
Of what arguments was his feedback based?
Stop being "friendly" with higher rank members. Doesnt it look funny?
Same situation would be to compare: i called him fagot, and now he need to prove that he is not. Getting medical statements or something. Than he can post pictures here and i will stop calling him so. My friends could back me up if needed.
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December 29, 2018, 01:16:00 PM
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I never made a judgement on whether his feedback was accurate or not, I simply pointed out that spamming his threads and his trust page and calling him names isn't a mature way to handle a disagreement and won't help you solve it.

Although I have to say, the idea of getting a medical statement to prove you aren't a "fagot" made me laugh. Maybe there is some new blood test or scan I don't know about.

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December 29, 2018, 03:11:04 PM
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post proof that you got the loan, provided the collateral, and then paid the lender back.  
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5086002.msg48935009#msg48935009

@MS69 You have -ve probably because you have tried to use worthless tokens as collateral and to be honest you previously tried to sell CRGO tokens http://archive.li/hrhqy
I didn't go deep into this ICO, I can only say team is selling tokens for $1 each and collateral might worth much more than 400$.
At the moment your collateral equals 0$, so lender is aware of the risk and they accepted it because they have their own reason. That is all I will say here, if you want to discuss this do it privately with Vod or create thread in reputation.

Sorry for off topic.

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January 09, 2019, 01:18:34 PM
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Hey,

Just to update I did grant the loan, which seems to have been a mistake.

Still I was interested in the ICO so considering the collateral it had a good value to me at least.

In the end loan is still not repaid, the newbie is saying please wait before selling the collateral but he's late.

I'm striking a deal with the colateral for about 25% more than the loan value so I can't really say I've been scammed xD
If he doesn't rapay today i'll just make it worth it by selling the collateral. But unless he repays shortly he indeed doesn't seem like he was planning to repay.


Moral of the story: Only lend what you're willing to lose for a colateral you're willing to keep at this price Cheesy

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January 09, 2019, 02:00:08 PM
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Why do i need to prove anything? Because of what?
He isnt scammer? You say. Am i?

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January 09, 2019, 02:08:33 PM
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Turns out he was a scammer, and Vod was right all along... He still logs into the forum but doesn't post anything.

I don't know if you can consider this a scam...

I mean technically he's just late and assured me he would repay tomorrow. It's not like he stopped answering.

I've put the deal on hold. If he repays tomorrow he gets the collateral back and you can say he's not a scammer. But indeed I have high doubts.

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January 09, 2019, 02:34:32 PM
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Moral of the story: Only lend what you're willing to lose for a colateral you're willing to keep at this price Cheesy

I think the better option is not to opt for those shitty tokens. ETH, LTC, IOTA or basically those old players remain the safest bet.

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