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February 20, 2012, 12:40:07 PM
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Zhoutonged!


Obviously...  sore loser...

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February 20, 2012, 12:59:24 PM
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Nope, i don't think i will be working with bitpay real soon, giving that Yankee has chosen to judge me for filing a complaint against an obscure service like bitcoinica.

Wrong company. For a guy who files complaints for a living, get your companies straight.  

Yes, of course I'm gonna judge you for filing a complaint against Bitcoinica for no apparent reason. If you do have a reason, you've yet to explain yourself further from 'look at my first post'

You know what. I bet you lost money, and this is your way of taking it out on Zhou. Modern day sore loser.

If you thing I'm wrong, defend yourself.

Are you implying that you wouldn't do the same, file a complaint with the authorities, against and unknown entity on the internet that lures people to put their money into and gain interest ? And yes, they work with USD, bitcoins are secondary as the authorities don't know what they are. Here is the page where they state the interest paying https://www.bitcoinica.com/pages/interest.

I didn't lose a cent and this fact is stated in the official paper. I don't think you're wrong, just misinformed, like all of us waiting for the owner to at least say at least in what country is his business located.

I keep my cool because i think i did the correct thing. I don't want bitcoinica to turn into a mybitcoin 2.0 for the bitcoin project. I'm sick and tired of all the negative press because you get a hard time explaining to a newbie what bitcoin is when the first spanish google results show up bitcoin is a scam.

@RaggedMonk you could at least spend a little more time with your questions, like Yankee, if you want them to be comprehended and leave the personal attacks aside. I'm not a native English speaker so i try to avoid responding ambiguous ones that i don't understand.

@teflone not at all dude and i state that in the complaint
i'm getting a habit at quoting psy on this:
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1- He discovered a website in the internet who takes money from people without asking for identification documents.
2- That the only information they have in the webiste is about how to send money to them.
3- That in a later date they started accepting deposits from people and they play with them on the market and promise high returns on the investment.
4- That he has asked more information about the company in public forums, I suspect bitcointalk.org, and have got no answers from the company, thus believing they are a sweat shop.
5- He hasn't personally lost any money or patrimony with said company but it's his desire that the police investigates them

Here is my original request to zhoutong https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=63694.msg746083#msg746083
His response after the complaint was filed https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64176.msg753978#msg753978 stating that
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Bitcoinica is no longer a product of xWaylab Inc., and we no longer operate in the jurisdiction of Delaware
And another posts https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=64176.msg754638#msg754638

Bitcoinica is hosted in TX, USA http://i.imgur.com/wBNtZ.jpg.

If you know more about them please do tell, so the people can get their money back in case it disappears some day.

Btw, please make another thread if you want to discuss more on the issue, i'm locking this one, thanks.

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