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March 21, 2012, 10:21:31 PM
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I had some money left over on my TradeHill account when the latest series of disasters struck (first they announced they were stopping trade and returning everyone's money, then they announced on the blog that the site was down for a short while due to some server attack or something, then I read they lost ownership of the domain of the new site they said they were going to open - bitcoin.com or something like that). Anyway I've been trying to get that money out, but the site is still down, I've sent them messages but still have no response (it's been about a week from the first one I think), and no news lately it seems.
The blog has had no updates since 06.03., at the beginning of this month Jered from TH claimed the money would be refunded using e-mail and wire transfers very soon but hasn't mentioned this since 11.03., his last post was on 14.03. and his last activity on 19.03.
So if ANYONE reading this has ANY NEW INFORMATION please share, and if you read this Jered please say something, at least an estimate on when we can have our money back, if it's not gone into the wind, because I NEED THAT MONEY !  Cry

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March 21, 2012, 10:38:34 PM
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March 22, 2012, 12:23:00 AM
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So if ANYONE reading this has ANY NEW INFORMATION please share,

Nothing new here, but links to the posts you referenced only by date:

TradeHill's site is down but they are going to reopen it to allow for further withdrawal requests, per Jered of TradeHill:
 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=67284.msg788927#msg788927

The last mention of how refunds would be processed (manually, via e-mail versus the site coming back online)
 - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=67022.msg796244#msg796244

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March 22, 2012, 10:48:11 PM
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I'm going to copy and paste what I posted a few minutes ago in another thread.
I've probably responded to you via email but if not email me again at info@tradehill.com it's nearly caught up and should much see faster responses.



I've been working non stop going through requests getting coins and fiat back to people.
It's mostly all cleared up but please send an email to info@tradehill.com if yours hasn't been addressed or returned recently.

I'm the only one working at TradeHill for now and I'll be answering info@tradehill if you send an email.
I'm doing my best to get this done but it is all being done manually and recovering from the Linode hack was a lot of work.
I appreciate everyone's patience and my biggest concern is getting everyone's funds back, and shutting down legitimately so I can resume later with trust.
This will also go a long way for Bitcoin.

I'm going to transfer 20,000 BTC to 1yvnLFMNRDRGKJ2dMqprzD68mtKga8uoJ right now to show that I still possess a large quantity and didn't lose them when Linode was compromised.

I'll work on being easier to contact. I've also got a lot going on in my life right now but want to wrap this up before moving on to a new project or direction.
I've been involved with Bitcoin for a long time and don't intend to move away from it now. I've never been so passionate about something in my entire life.
 
Regarding the Dwolla lawsuit: it won't enter the next phase most likely for another 2 weeks give or take. They have been served and we're awaiting their decision.

Regards,
Jered Kenna

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March 25, 2012, 03:26:23 PM
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I've gotten an e-mail from Jered saying he's going to return my money, so unless y'all see me bit**ing here again you can presume I've been payed out, so Jered is AOK !
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March 26, 2012, 12:26:05 PM
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I run out off options ..so i must now use the public forum. :+(

i try contact Trandehill , with en support ticket OPENED ;
Mar 19 02:49
Request #2289         Jered is assigned to your request
i asked for update on my withdraw...ever 2 days.
I mailed him direct with all info in the mail. also here on the forum.

Why ..he dont answer me... ?

ome henk

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March 26, 2012, 06:43:31 PM
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Posting the same answer from the other thread:

If I've got the correct name with the ticket matched I sent you a response that said I have to talk to the bank after the weekend.
They're incredibly difficult to get information out of regarding what happened to the wire. I sent your wire out a while ago and should have arrived.
They need to contact your bank and get a statement which can take several days. It's too bad they can't just use blockexplorer.com
Thanks for your patience.

Jered

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