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July 15, 2014, 06:37:23 AM
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For those who labeled me a scammer (and threw on my negative rating), I'd just like to point out that I paid off the loan today.

That is all.

Bad rep should stay. Repaying the loan on BTCJam shows nothing and what you wrote here so far is pretty bad.

If you wish it to go away you need to do some legit transactions here.

Loan request: "I need 7 BTC because We hired an archaelogist and asked him: Is there a treasure? And he said yes!"
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July 18, 2014, 05:45:51 AM
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For those who labeled me a scammer (and threw on my negative rating), I'd just like to point out that I paid off the loan today.

That is all.

Thank you for the followup. I'm sure if you PM the ones who left you negative feedback, with a link to the loan page demonstrating that you have successfully paid back, they'd be more than happy to reevaluate your rating Smiley

It was VOD and KWH. I'm pretty sure they are here reading these threads, so they know. I'm pretty sure they don't care. Here's proof: http://imgur.com/Pdzc6rQ

Thanks for the advice, but like I said, I really don't care that much. I already paid it off, so I have no more need for a "reputation" here because I don't need money that badly. It was for a debt reconsolidation, and the debt is paid.

I meant what I said, this place is pretty hostile to new people. If you can't offer anything over a local pawn shop or payday lender, is it any wonder you always have scammers here? There is no one else left to do business legitimately. That leaves the lenders jaded and leads to a self reinforcing skepticism to new people, perpetuating the cycle.
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July 18, 2014, 06:23:41 AM
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I meant what I said, this place is pretty hostile to new people.

People coming to the lending section asking for money without collateral may as well stay away. The community doesn't need them.

If you can't offer anything over a local pawn shop or payday lender, is it any wonder you always have scammers here? There is no one else left to do business legitimately. That leaves the lenders jaded and leads to a self reinforcing skepticism to new people, perpetuating the cycle.

What we do is 100% legit  Wink

Loan request: "I need 7 BTC because We hired an archaelogist and asked him: Is there a treasure? And he said yes!"
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July 19, 2014, 01:53:36 PM
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BTCJam is not even trusted anymore its full of complaints and most likely a place of scammers to steal huge amount of btc.
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