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May 13, 2014, 01:57:16 AM
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SemiMolten has defaulted. I've left negative feedback. If you're in defaulttrust, please do the same. Thank you.

Done, but what do you expect?  No collateral = scam.

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May 13, 2014, 03:35:47 AM
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OP not sure anything I saod was directed at you.VOD enthusiasm and need to be appreciated sometimes leads him to troll a part timer like me who doesnt have immediate access to btc.if you notice I made my first btc purchase in here today and the btc system itself is brilliant. I love to participate in the community actions such as loans buying selling advert.even the weakest community member carries a significant piece of the overall pie.im no longer in need of a loan and repayed the one VOD was so concerned with ON TIME.I would hope that I can qualify for possible loans in the future if need arises.VOD just reminds me a little to much of the HALL MONITORS from catholic school.his heart is obv in the right place but his borderline personality can be abrasive. Apologies OP if I offended thee. YOUR DOING A GOOD THING.Dont be discouraged by the scammers.bitcoin is community.
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May 13, 2014, 03:38:12 AM
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OP not sure anything I saod was directed at you.VOD enthusiasm and need to be appreciated sometimes leads him to troll a part timer like me who doesnt have immediate access to btc.if you notice I made my first btc purchase in here today and the btc system itself is brilliant. I love to participate in the community actions such as loans buying selling advert.even the weakest community member carries a significant piece of the overall pie.im no longer in need of a loan and repayed the one VOD was so concerned with ON TIME.I would hope that I can qualify for possible loans in the future if need arises.VOD just reminds me a little to much of the HALL MONITORS from catholic school.his heart is obv in the right place but his borderline personality can be abrasive. Apologies OP if I offended thee. YOUR DOING A GOOD THING.Dont be discouraged by the scammers.bitcoin is community.

Dude, sell one of your tow trucks and get a basic education.  Peace.

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May 13, 2014, 07:57:00 AM
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I honestly don't get why people would scam on such small amounts. It's baffling. Their accounts alone are worth more than the loan amount, not to mention they could easily just get more by posting on a sig deal, but now their accounts are ruined. Do scammers actually just get off on scamming people no matter how small the amount is or something?

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May 13, 2014, 08:48:17 AM
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I honestly don't get why people would scam on such small amounts. It's baffling. their accounts alone are worth more than the loan amount, not to mention they could easily just get more by posting on a sig deal, but now their accounts are ruined. Do scammers actually just get off on scamming people no matter how small the amount is or something?
Indeed, some scammers are just plain stupid. Those small amounts literally ruin their account's reputation. By joining a sig campaign, they can help the community and at the same time, earn some amount of Bitcoins. Most scammers are just greedy, they wouldn't care how big the amount is and try to get those money fast. I hope OP can implement the need to provide colleteral no matter how small the amount is. Little things like this could discourage those scammers.

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May 13, 2014, 10:15:42 AM
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What's a sig campaign? Is it that thing where you rent your forum signature for advertisements?

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May 13, 2014, 10:43:07 AM
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What's a sig campaign? Is it that thing where you rent your forum signature for advertisements?

It is those PrimeDice/etc signatures you see on the forums. People get paid per post they use the signature on.


Anyways OP, it does seem like the unreasonable terms is contributing a higher amount of defaulters/scammers.
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May 13, 2014, 01:38:58 PM
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I honestly don't get why people would scam on such small amounts. It's baffling. their accounts alone are worth more than the loan amount, not to mention they could easily just get more by posting on a sig deal, but now their accounts are ruined. Do scammers actually just get off on scamming people no matter how small the amount is or something?
Indeed, some scammers are just plain stupid. Those small amounts literally ruin their account's reputation. By joining a sig campaign, they can help the community and at the same time, earn some amount of Bitcoins. Most scammers are just greedy, they wouldn't care how big the amount is and try to get those money fast. I hope OP can implement the need to provide colleteral no matter how small the amount is. Little things like this could discourage those scammers.

I call it being lazy, or having too much pride. At first, I had a ton of Bitcoins. However, when I lost them, I felt as if I'd be a disgrace if I worked underneath somebody.
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May 13, 2014, 04:03:10 PM
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SemiMolten has defaulted. I've left negative feedback. If you're in defaulttrust, please do the same. Thank you.

Done, but what do you expect?  No collateral = scam.
It doesn't have to be scam for 100% but with rates like OP stated you really can't expect anyone to pay him back.
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May 14, 2014, 07:00:10 PM
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SemiMolten has defaulted. I've left negative feedback. If you're in defaulttrust, please do the same. Thank you.

Done, but what do you expect?  No collateral = scam.
It doesn't have to be scam for 100% but with rates like OP stated you really can't expect anyone to pay him back.

They are kind of high. For a loan of .03 + 140% interest is .0342.
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May 14, 2014, 07:41:54 PM
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I think its the only way to offset the risk.Op has to recover his losses and find a profit.Making the interest rate on the hi end Is completely fair imho.
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May 17, 2014, 01:11:30 PM
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I want a 0.004BTC loan and I can pay you back 0.0061 BTC back on 20th May(ill get payment from stunna on this day).
My address - 1HensiPMaW88aaS1iwbnbFBFPqoJX7RvSw
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May 24, 2014, 03:09:20 PM
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Bump, this is still active Smiley
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May 24, 2014, 03:14:06 PM
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I would like to request a loan.
How much -0.01 BTC
Why - Renewing a VPS
How long - 4 Days (Until 28th) Interest (260% in 4 days.)
Addy - 17BLkS45H2MsZDrEma3A24ZGtPJ8vas61N

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May 24, 2014, 03:15:56 PM
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I would like to request a loan.
How much -0.01 BTC
Why - Renewing a VPS
How long - 4 Days (Until 28th) Interest (260% in 4 days.)
Addy - 17BLkS45H2MsZDrEma3A24ZGtPJ8vas61N

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What Bitcoin accepting VPS is $5 a month? I might be interested.

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May 24, 2014, 03:17:18 PM
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I would like to request a loan.
How much -0.01 BTC
Why - Renewing a VPS
How long - 4 Days (Until 28th) Interest (260% in 4 days.)
Addy - 17BLkS45H2MsZDrEma3A24ZGtPJ8vas61N

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What Bitcoin accepting VPS is $5 a month? I might be interested.
Not an official website of course (shaggy private deals lol).
btw TF you have became insanely active!

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May 24, 2014, 03:19:47 PM
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I would like to request a loan.
How much -0.01 BTC
Why - Renewing a VPS
How long - 4 Days (Until 28th) Interest (260% in 4 days.)
Addy - 17BLkS45H2MsZDrEma3A24ZGtPJ8vas61N

Thanks and GL.

What Bitcoin accepting VPS is $5 a month? I might be interested.
Not an official website of course (shaggy private deals lol).
btw TF you have became insanely active!
I have a feeling that his account is hacked or sold...maybe i'm mistaken thought.
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May 24, 2014, 03:22:17 PM
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I would like to request a loan
How much: .01 btc
Why- I want to play some cheap blackjack, low cost entertainment.
How long- 2 days
Address- 14hqq6Y3MQu3cT3XZg4TfMNXDy4DATHSHy

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May 27, 2014, 03:06:03 PM
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... This is the scammer's gold mine :/  Good Luck.
Looks the same for me :/

Hope you will not get scammed a lot of times.

In my opinion you cannot judge people abilities to return a loan by their activity on the forum. Someone can post a lot of things and be a long term user of the forum and scam you.
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May 28, 2014, 10:52:50 PM
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Do I use the same address we agreed upon to pay you back? I am so sorry for the delay!
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