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March 23, 2019, 05:02:54 AM
Last edit: April 01, 2019, 01:30:14 PM by marcotheminer
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Missed opportunity for all who saw this.
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March 23, 2019, 05:41:20 AM
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There is absolutely no way this is a good idea.

I will look past your recent delinquency in repaying your recent loans.

You have recently taken out multiple no collateral loans, all in increasing size, sometimes without first repaying the prior loan, and after returning from a long period of inactivity. 

Your recent loan history is an indication you are intending on eventually going to take out a large loan and run away.

I would avoid like the plague.
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March 23, 2019, 05:43:59 AM
Last edit: March 23, 2019, 07:58:44 AM by marcotheminer
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There is absolutely no way this is a good idea.

I will look past your recent delinquency in repaying your recent loans.

You have recently taken out multiple no collateral loans, all in increasing size, sometimes without first repaying the prior loan, and after returning from a long period of inactivity.  

Your recent loan history is an indication you are intending on eventually going to take out a large loan and run away.

I would avoid like the plague.

Edit: all in increasing size is false.

This will be many's scepticism. If you feel this way first off - please don't reply, I doubt I can convince you. I am not exit-scamming.

Blockchain proof I am the same person.

I am asking for serious people.
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March 23, 2019, 01:30:38 PM
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C'mon Marco, you've been around long enough to know that this won't fly, you know that the screenshots prove nothing.
You're trolling yourself.

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March 23, 2019, 01:46:53 PM
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C'mon Marco, you've been around long enough to know that this won't fly, you know that the screenshots prove nothing.
You're trolling yourself.

Different opportunity require different capital amounts. It won't fly with you, and forum officers/patrollers too. I'm looking for actually interested people with cash, they can make the call if it'll fly or not.

SERIOUS investors I can PROVE things to.
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March 23, 2019, 02:11:00 PM
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I have an opportunity for profit of 2000 EUR during the next 19 days. I can explain further for serious lenders. Nothing illegal, promotion kind of thing, mainly automation to help generate. It is not given, "other people share profits too", but very likely and I can explain why our probability of return is 95 percentile kind of thing - to reassure the lender, I am certain..

Why wouldn't you just explain what it is here? You should have known you would already be questioned -- not releasing the details of why you need the money just makes the whole thing look more suspect.

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March 23, 2019, 02:15:21 PM
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I have an opportunity for profit of 2000 EUR during the next 19 days. I can explain further for serious lenders. Nothing illegal, promotion kind of thing, mainly automation to help generate. It is not given, "other people share profits too", but very likely and I can explain why our probability of return is 95 percentile kind of thing - to reassure the lender, I am certain..

Why wouldn't you just explain what it is here? You should have known you would already be questioned -- not releasing the details of why you need the money just makes the whole thing look more suspect.

I will release all the information needed, privately. I already have to some users: Magneto, Roman, 2double0 (no, not myself), amongst a couple others off-forum.

So not suspect - delicate income opportunity. 5000eur/20 days is attractive to MANY.

Obviously, the size is "large", and you would understand why.
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March 23, 2019, 02:20:03 PM
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This proves nothing if you cannot sign a message from the address holding such ammout of funds.

I think by looking at your current leading status none of an investor or lender would be interested in it from just whats written in the OP nor someone will contact you.
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March 23, 2019, 02:22:36 PM
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This proves nothing if you cannot sign a message from the address holding such ammout of funds.

I think by looking at your current leading status none of an investor or lender would be interested in it from just whats written in the OP nor someone will contact you.

That is not proof. Obviously, screenshots are worth 0 to outsiders. If that is enough to intrigue you to then ASK for more proof (I'm just showing some of my current funds, believe it or not), it serves its purpose.

PLEASE:

If you are not interested, do not post your opinion, you can use reputation threads for that. I realise where I stand and what I'm asking for.

PM or POST HERE if you are serious, have the money, and want to know more, to eventually invest/loan me.

Ready to call, skype, etc.
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March 23, 2019, 04:51:50 PM
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One of the screenshots in the OP is of a "KuCoin" account that is purporting to show ~$120 in it. There was a recent study showing that 85%+ (IIRC) of trading volume at exchanges is faked, and this is absolutely not an exchange I would trust my money with

Marco PM'ed me asking if I can fill this loan, and after asking questions, he said it is part "arbitrage" and part something else that he described as "another aspect with it is happening (the real money maker)".

I am not sure if this loan will be repaid if filled, but it has many red flags of being an exit scam.

Also, Marco claims he used the proceeds of the previous loan he took to "trade", however he was late in repaying those loans, which implies the "method" that marco has is less than a sure thing.

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March 23, 2019, 05:08:14 PM
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One of the screenshots in the OP is of a "KuCoin" account that is purporting to show ~$120 in it. There was a recent study showing that 85%+ (IIRC) of trading volume at exchanges is faked, and this is absolutely not an exchange I would trust my money with

Marco PM'ed me asking if I can fill this loan, and after asking questions, he said it is part "arbitrage" and part something else that he described as "another aspect with it is happening (the real money maker)".

I am not sure if this loan will be repaid if filled, but it has many red flags of being an exit scam.

Also, Marco claims he used the proceeds of the previous loan he took to "trade", however he was late in repaying those loans, which implies the "method" that marco has is less than a sure thing.

This is a different opportunity. Not a method. I follow the procedure/rules that exist and I will get paid.

This comes at an unfortunate time, obviously, but I put those things aside and proceed as usual in search of income.
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March 23, 2019, 06:59:05 PM
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Ready to call, skype, etc.
What is your skype?
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March 23, 2019, 07:06:23 PM
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Ready to call, skype, etc.
What is your skype?

I can call on telegram this instant.
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March 23, 2019, 10:42:09 PM
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This will be short, to the point. I have 0 debts. Everything has been settled.

Read trust feedback.  This profile is probably pulling an exit scam. 

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March 24, 2019, 12:50:19 AM
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I spoke with marcotheminer via skype earlier this evening a couple of hours ago about his loan request. I have received evidence there may be a semi-legitimate reason to need this loan. During my discussion with marcotheminer, he also explained to me how he plans on earning the money to repay a lender, and my opinion is it is not a "sure thing" what marcotheminer plans on doing with the loan proceeds will be successful at all, nor that it will be successful enough to pay the offered interest.

My concerns stated in this post remain, and I will not be taking down that post. I do not want to keep up incorrect information in my posts, and at this time, I do not believe the above post contains any incorrect or misleading information, and I stand by that statement.

My conversation with marcotheminer was unable to address the issue that he does not appear to be trustworthy enough to trust him with 5000 EUR, nor that his "loan history is an indication (he is) intending (to) eventually (...) take out a large loan and run away"
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March 24, 2019, 05:12:22 AM
Last edit: March 24, 2019, 05:29:39 AM by marcotheminer
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Shame, proof/evidence gets easily "tainted" by the wrong/established perspective.

Semi-legitimate..? Means you really didn't fully understand the a)context b)content of the opportunity.

Updates AND repayments would be made daily

Oh well, offer still stands, though each day that passes is less earnings potential.
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March 25, 2019, 08:39:06 AM
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March 25, 2019, 07:26:45 PM
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@OP: In the event that you "get hit by a bus", how would the lender be able to recoup his loaned ammount?
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March 25, 2019, 08:10:31 PM
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@OP: In the event that you "get hit by a bus", how would the lender be able to recoup his loaned ammount?

Chances are the lender would be SOL in such a case. (I suppose one could try to file a claim against the estate in probate. However, this would be very difficult to pull off. Especially if you live in a different jurisdiction from the decedent.) However, that small risk would be involved in any unsecured loan. The main factors to consider are already listed in the OPs trust page comments. If someone feels after taking these factors into consideration that the op is worth the risk, that's up to the lender. I certainly wouldn't.  But then again, I am a broke bitch.  Cheesy

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March 25, 2019, 08:25:51 PM
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This kind of promise is not worth anything because it relies on the lender first sending money to you, just as a loan without this promise.

@OP: In the event that you "get hit by a bus", how would the lender be able to recoup his loaned ammount?
This problem is not unique to this loan request. As is the case with all other no collateral loans, the lender would not be repaid.

The lender could file a claim against the estate however if collateral cannot be offered, there is a good chance the estate would be unable to pay. Also for the amount involved, going after the estate is probably not cost efficient.

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