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May 11, 2014, 01:49:48 AM
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OK Mr Swim, #333 who has come here to help enlighten us, I'll play along. Wink

Did they say they were still going forward with the offers, did they say if E-mails were still going to be sent out explaining the choices and time lines for each option, and what future compensation we can expect.

I would really like to support AMT but you, I mean they keep making it harder and harder.

PS. did you use to post as RWMAX? that guy really pissed me off



I've never posted on this forum until today.

They said they are dealing with clients on individual basis, that clients need to email them with their preference to what offer they'd like to participate in or for more information in general about the offers in general, and that they'll respond within 24 hours. I cannot recall if they are going ahead with any specific option, all of them or none of them. As a client, I can say that I hope AMT goes through with all of the above options though.

I am client of AMT, my name is Mr. Swim, order #333

Why doesn't AMT just email everyone requesting a change in their order?



      
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May 11, 2014, 02:04:05 AM
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That is entirely possible that it MIGHT put the process to a halt, but if they are functioning as a business then not likely. They still have to build out the hardware. At the very least at their own cost they would have to provide us with working hardware that would satisfy our claims and address our issues. OTOH they could wind up with a settlement that ends with us getting hardware at the dollar amount we paid them for. Lotta different possible solutions here for us. BUT based on the info I got, it seems like its going to go in our favor most likely barring some weird aspect we are not aware of. But with the existing info we should be ok after all this. Just might take some time is all.
The only reason I see that a company should be enjoined from presenting alternative complaint settlements to its aggrieved customers would be if there are already class-action settlement talks going on. If that is the case then first require AMT to make it clear that their proposal is different and may be less than what the class action would result in. After that it is up to us to decide how/if we can hold them to what is proposed.

Plaintiffs would probably argue that folks accepting or even considering the offers would be stealing the plaintiffs thunder so to speak. Well tough titties. If we are happy then we are happy. If we say no to the offers then we say no and nothing has changed. When the class action settlement/decision happens maybe we could have gotten more or maybe not either way that is for us to decide.

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May 11, 2014, 02:05:29 AM
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OK Mr Swim, #333 who has come here to help enlighten us, I'll play along. Wink

Did they say they were still going forward with the offers, did they say if E-mails were still going to be sent out explaining the choices and time lines for each option, and what future compensation we can expect.

I would really like to support AMT but you, I mean they keep making it harder and harder.

PS. did you use to post as RWMAX? that guy really pissed me off



I've never posted on this forum until today.

They said they are dealing with clients on individual basis, that clients need to email them with their preference to what offer they'd like to participate in or for more information in general about the offers in general, and that they'll respond within 24 hours. I cannot recall if they are going ahead with any specific option, all of them or none of them. As a client, I can say that I hope AMT goes through with all of the above options though.

I am client of AMT, my name is Mr. Swim, order #333

Why doesn't AMT just email everyone requesting a change in their order?



In my opinion, and I am not a lawyer, but that could interfere with settling as a class, and can some how be construed as illegal. It could also cause plaintiff's council to cause more problems for AMT's day to day operations. The best course of action would be to email AMT directly and try and discuss options with them. But I am only a client of AMT.

I am client of AMT, my name is Mr. Swim, order #333
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May 11, 2014, 02:11:32 AM
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This is an open thread, to discuss AMT Miners, also known as Advanced Mining Technologies inc which has been created by me, i am a concerned client of AMT, and I plan to take an initiative in helping to get the to the bottom of the current situation.

My name is: Mr. Swim
My order number is: #333

I'm sorry why did you feel the need to open another thread? If it was just so you can have the power to moderate posts I think your actions are unjustified and very suspicious from a new account holder.

There is already this, I suggest you use it:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=584891.0

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