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January 21, 2012, 08:55:27 AM
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Still nothing from Jered.
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January 21, 2012, 07:32:27 PM
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Doesnt anyone think thats this is quite a funny situation (even though its still quite serious)?

Think about it:

Jered says he will reply to emails - the opposite happens
Jered says Paxum transfers are delayed but wires will go out - the opposite happens
Jered says he will meet anyone in San Francisco (told one of my friends there to go have lunch with him to see if he still is in the country and ask some questions) - the opposite happens

So but now that Paxum transfers are going trough and wires not, isnt that a bit strange? Doesnt Tradehill fund their Paxum account with a wire? Questions questions...

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February 12, 2012, 08:34:52 PM
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I had gotten mine finally, but it was way too much unexplained problems for me.  To me, and others, we are not wealthy, and to not only have my funds tied up, but to not receive any email replies, was undefensible. 

By opening an OKPAY account, I was able to get my money, but OKPAY itself was way to flakey with the amount of date they requested, including uploading pictures of my bank balance, and all too much information, just to have my money transferred.  I was a big promoter of TradeHill on other forums where we move large--and need--large amounts of bitcoins, but no more, this is just too risky.

I'm glad and appreciative that TradeHill didn't go totally rogue, as some of the bitcoin 'holders' have done...but for those of us who need some forum of useful *anonymous!* currency in the underground economy, it's no longer as vital and valuable as it once was.   Fortunately, I wasn't a speculator, so the actual value of btc wasn't as important as the simple fact that it had one: a value that we all agreeed on...but we need a for of bank that isn't so dependent on human error...
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