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March 20, 2012, 03:18:48 AM
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then why can't one person even check me out witout getting "f**k off scammer" posted. grow the f**k up

Wow, I can't imagine why everyone isn't just throwing coins into your wallet as fast as they can. I think you should walk into a bank and speak like that to a loan officer, they will probably give you the keys to the vault and beg you to take their money.  Roll Eyes
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March 20, 2012, 05:08:04 AM
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Doin' it right: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=70015.0

Don't mix your coins someone said isn't legal
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March 20, 2012, 05:11:09 AM
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Looking through the thread, I see most lenders have actually grown up now. No loaning without any thinking, like what we used to do earlier on.

OP, if you're legit and you intend to repay the loan, you should provide more information and see if someone from your area will loan you this. We're not apt to go cross-country to collect a loan when something gets fucked up. You may see that we're happy to give out loans easily, but we only do this for reputable people (people that we've loaned to previously and so)

If you're another scammer (we get em a couple of times monthly), fuck off and learn your grammer before even starting to scam.


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March 20, 2012, 05:13:02 AM
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Things to note:

The fact he knows how to properly capitalize and punctuate his sentences and how to spell "I".
He laid out his entire plan up front so I did not have to pull teeth to get information.
The postitive response he got - from more than one lender!

Try again, this time with a lot more research and time invested.

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March 20, 2012, 05:14:14 AM
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IBM does not lend to anyone who does not know how to correctly spell the first person personal pronoun, sorry.  Good luck!
Thanks for trying to get these people to spell capitalize the letter 'I'.  I'm sure it's not a bad way to gauge the age of a person, and thus, the trustworthiness.

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March 20, 2012, 05:14:57 AM
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Things to note:

The fact he knows how to properly capitalize and punctuate his sentences and how to spell "I".
He laid out his entire plan up front so I did not have to pull teeth to get information.
The postitive response he got - from more than one lender!

Try again, this time with a lot more research and time invested.

Yep. I feel more safe and secure lending to him as compared to your proposition.

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March 20, 2012, 05:44:43 AM
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Repaying 300 BTC with 1.6 GH is a bad joke. Roll Eyes if he isn't a scammer, he's at least a dreamer. OP, buy some equipment, mine your first 300 BTC, then come back here.

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March 20, 2012, 05:45:30 AM
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IBM does not lend to anyone who does not know how to correctly spell the first person personal pronoun, sorry.  Good luck!
Thanks for trying to get these people to spell capitalize the letter 'I'.  I'm sure it's not a bad way to gauge the age of a person, and thus, the trustworthiness.

Yes, I am old and grumpy and I firmly believe that if these young whipper snappers cannot be bothered to expend the vast amount of time and energy it takes to press the shift key then I cannot be bothered to read their email, post or text message.


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March 20, 2012, 06:24:34 AM
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if you noticed, i dont use the shift key

LIKEWISE, MY 1400+ POSTS DON'T HAVE MANY CAPITALS. JUST A HABIT i GUESS.

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March 20, 2012, 06:25:05 AM
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IBM does not lend to anyone who does not know how to correctly spell the first person personal pronoun, sorry.  Good luck!
Thanks for trying to get these people to spell capitalize the letter 'I'.  I'm sure it's not a bad way to gauge the age of a person, and thus, the trustworthiness.

Yes, I am old and grumpy and I firmly believe that if these young whipper snappers cannot be bothered to expend the vast amount of time and energy it takes to press the shift key then I cannot be bothered to read their email, post or text message.



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Fuck the grammatically ignorant. You want people to respect you for who you are but ignore that who you are perceived as is due to your presentation in prose.

I don't mind when people call me a fuckwitt, because I honestly look back at my writing at 4am and think "What was I thinking!?". But with fluency in two languages, at least no one can call me illiterate.  Roll Eyes

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March 20, 2012, 06:37:59 AM
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if you noticed, i dont use the shift key + poor grammar. so with me i dont care if your request for loan comes with bad spelling/grammar etc..

as long as i think you are not scammer.

but lets not forget many dont have english as their first langauge.
English isn't my first language either(it's my third actually, not including those that I'm not proficient in), but I do make it a point to care for my language and grammar.  It's a personal preference I guess, but spelling badly on purpose ain't such a good way to show one's maturity.
He is trying to propose his business plan to us, and we should at least expect him to do this seriously.

To each his own I guess.


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March 20, 2012, 06:45:06 AM
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He is trying to propose his business plan to us, and we should at least expect him to do this seriously.
And we have come to know that education = intelligence (for better or worse) and people who kant2tyep probably can't fill out a business registration either, which brings their entire understanding of professionalism into question.

To each his own I guess.

Don't back down. People who are intending to do business should conduct themselves in a professional manner. Take me for example, I troll like a hound, and I joke and enjoy life, but if I were going to a meeting with a bank manager regarding the selling of shares, the very most I would do is inject a few puns for a smile-- I wouldn't go there and talk like a retard, dress like a gangster and get upset when people don't take me seriously--- if anything, I'd do all of those things and expect them not to take me seriously. In fact, it sounds like a skit I will probably end up doing and uploading to youtube.

Fucking these lazy assholes and their lack of respect for the language they pretend to wield. You want to communicate with me, learn to use my language. That's the reason I learned Korean-- not because I needed to, but because I wanted to communicate with respect to Koreans.

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March 20, 2012, 03:09:10 PM
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IBM does not lend to anyone who does not know how to correctly spell the first person personal pronoun, sorry.  Good luck!
Thanks for trying to get these people to spell capitalize the letter 'I'.  I'm sure it's not a bad way to gauge the age of a person, and thus, the trustworthiness.

Yes, I am old and grumpy and I firmly believe that if these young whipper snappers cannot be bothered to expend the vast amount of time and energy it takes to press the shift key then I cannot be bothered to read their email, post or text message.


It isn't being grumpy, I think you're wippin' 'em into shape.  I feel like someone's grammar, spelling, and punctuation all say something about their character and their trustworthiness. If he can't press the oh-so-out-of-the-way shift key, how can I trust he can properly run any sort of mining rig?

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March 28, 2012, 06:10:31 AM
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Seems fishy....
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March 28, 2012, 08:40:13 AM
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Funny how he hadn't posted since it became clear that he want getting any free money.

In fact, the only postings of his outside the Newbie area are in Lending and Marketplace.

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March 30, 2012, 06:10:02 PM
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because whats the point in talking to any of you if you're just going to call me a scammer
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March 30, 2012, 06:48:18 PM
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because whats the point in talking to any of you if you're just going to call me a scammer

No, I meant you hadn't posted anywhere on the forum, not just in this thread.  That tells me you have absolutely no interest in Bitcoin other than a means of grabbing a quick buck, never to be seen or heard from again.

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March 30, 2012, 06:50:24 PM
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When you take great offense to being called a scammer it just reinforces the claims. That or you're really young and have no business sense. Either way, not a smart loan.

A mature business man is going to realize the risks that come with loaning (especially online via BTC) and work with his lenders to build confidence. When you get huffy and upset at people for simply looking out for themselves it says a lot.

Gain a few more years and some experience or work on your social engineering skills. The woe is me routine won't have much success.
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