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August 05, 2014, 11:15:11 AM
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I've got 18740 coinpal.com stocks, they are currently worth 0.001 per stock. Selling all stocks for 5BTC as I don't want anything to do with cryptostocks anymore.
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August 06, 2014, 07:38:50 AM
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Are you throwing in a free nanominer for every purchase of 1000 ;-)

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August 06, 2014, 10:33:51 AM
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If they're currently worth 0.001 BTC, why are you selling at 0.0005?
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August 06, 2014, 04:08:54 PM
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If they're currently worth 0.001 BTC, why are you selling at 0.0005?

Because IPO flag is active meaning they can't be sold on the market yet, I want a quick sale hence me offering them half price
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August 06, 2014, 05:01:00 PM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.

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August 06, 2014, 05:11:25 PM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.



Yeah because we didn't see a website or conclusive proof of any work. I invested 50 grand, so I took legal proceedings. The owner isn't a 'scammer' simply for the fact he is going to have to pay for this.

We know his name, address, fathers business, one way or another he will have to stick to his word. If he doesn't then it's large scale theft and his parole officer knows about it. It's just a matter of waiting between now and next month. He already owes me a huge amount in dividends so I don't care about the shares.

His father owns a profitable business and he actually got his father involved by using his networks and such to pull the site off. One way or another he sticks to his word or goes to jail leaving his debt for someone else to pay.

Read the thread, I've had lawyers looking in to it since the minute I called him out for pulling a scam.

Whoever buys these is getting a bargain. I don't need the money, if I did I wouldn't have blindly invested 50'000 in to the business in the first place. I just don't want the shares.


Also, to anyone who buys at least half of them I'll throw in 600 autotrader shares worth 0.0018 a share and rising.
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August 07, 2014, 04:56:10 AM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.



Yeah because we didn't see a website or conclusive proof of any work. I invested 50 grand, so I took legal proceedings. The owner isn't a 'scammer' simply for the fact he is going to have to pay for this.

We know his name, address, fathers business, one way or another he will have to stick to his word. If he doesn't then it's large scale theft and his parole officer knows about it. It's just a matter of waiting between now and next month. He already owes me a huge amount in dividends so I don't care about the shares.

His father owns a profitable business and he actually got his father involved by using his networks and such to pull the site off. One way or another he sticks to his word or goes to jail leaving his debt for someone else to pay.

Read the thread, I've had lawyers looking in to it since the minute I called him out for pulling a scam.

Whoever buys these is getting a bargain. I don't need the money, if I did I wouldn't have blindly invested 50'000 in to the business in the first place. I just don't want the shares.


Also, to anyone who buys at least half of them I'll throw in 600 autotrader shares worth 0.0018 a share and rising.

Its a terrible purchase, how is it a bargain when the actual value is 0.000057 per share, no one will pay the IPO flag price, or anything close to it.
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August 08, 2014, 10:11:18 AM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.


We know his name, address, fathers business, one way or another he will have to stick to his word. If he doesn't then it's large scale theft and his parole officer knows about it. It's just a matter of waiting between now and next month. He already owes me a huge amount in dividends so I don't care about the shares.
Read the thread, I've had lawyers looking in to it since the minute I called him out for pulling a scam.
We also know that of Jon Montroll, look where it got us so far.

You seem quite desperate to sell your shares. Maybe you should add something like "and if you buy within the hour, you'll get a couple more worthless shares on top for free!"
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August 16, 2014, 07:07:49 AM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.


Accourding to the statement Kumala did the 31 July all stocks that at some point have been traded freely withouut IPO flag raised should have there IPOflag removed before this week has ended and the scammers cant set the IPO flag again.

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August 18, 2014, 10:26:28 PM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.


Accourding to the statement Kumala did the 31 July all stocks that at some point have been traded freely withouut IPO flag raised should have there IPOflag removed before this week has ended and the scammers cant set the IPO flag again.

Who cares what Kumala says? He clearly doesn't care about his site, letting the wallets go down twice within the past two months alone. He also lets every craphole business onto his site, just like what coinsortium is doing now. There should never have been an IPO flag in the first place.
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August 28, 2014, 06:44:55 PM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.


Accourding to the statement Kumala did the 31 July all stocks that at some point have been traded freely withouut IPO flag raised should have there IPOflag removed before this week has ended and the scammers cant set the IPO flag again.

Who cares what Kumala says? He clearly doesn't care about his site, letting the wallets go down twice within the past two months alone. He also lets every craphole business onto his site, just like what coinsortium is doing now. There should never have been an IPO flag in the first place.
Your right it looks like Kumala has messed the removal of IPO flags up he still havent fixed it and its almost been a month now since he said it should be fix in 1/2 weeks time.

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September 06, 2014, 01:29:40 PM
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These are not worth .001. IPO flag is on because the asset issuer is a scammer, this whole asset is a sham. The shares were trading at 0.000057BTC before the IPO flag was raised.


Accourding to the statement Kumala did the 31 July all stocks that at some point have been traded freely withouut IPO flag raised should have there IPOflag removed before this week has ended and the scammers cant set the IPO flag again.

Who cares what Kumala says? He clearly doesn't care about his site, letting the wallets go down twice within the past two months alone. He also lets every craphole business onto his site, just like what coinsortium is doing now. There should never have been an IPO flag in the first place.
Your right it looks like Kumala has messed the removal of IPO flags up he still havent fixed it and its almost been a month now since he said it should be fix in 1/2 weeks time.

Anyone willing to still take risk with this I'm selling 600 autotrader shares and all the coinpal shares for 1.3BTC
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