I PM'D Goat this afternoon asking him that I should have still received my dividends even though I sold my bonds before they were paid. I ended up selling 926 bonds on Tuesday and Wednesday this week before the whole Goat and Nefario drama happenned. His first repsond through email on the GLBSE was
Nefario is the only one with the technical skills to wort this out. I'm all about free market and he is about regulation. He is your man!
So I emailed Nefario and he said that Goat is responsible for this. I PM'd Goat and told him what Nefario said, Goat responds with
okay, make a discussion thread about this if you want me to respond. i hope you are not just trolling :/
I toldl Goat that it would be easier just to handle this through pm.His response is:
you are saying I scammed you right? You need to take this to the trading discussion sub-forum so you can be educated how bonds work. :/
I do not have time for this right now, Sorry.
I never said that he scammed me. All I did was ask for money that was owed to me and how do we resolve this.
According to his offeringhttps://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=67818.0
I will be selling a 2000 more bonds and lowering the payment to 2.5% on April 3rd. This means that the dividends on March 27th and April 3rd will be at 3% but after that it will be 2.5% until I change it (odds are lower it)
TyGrr-Bank Now operational on GLBSE!
TyGrr-Bank is a BTC bond that will pay weekly dividends every Tuesday 6:00 PM Thailand time.
This is an easy and safe way to lend small amounts of BTC.
The current rate is 3% each week!
Each bond will be sold at .103 BTC and will be bought back at any time at .1 BTC.
This spread is here because you do not need to hold the bond for a full week to get the dividend payment.
In my opinion he sold bonds not knowing how the GLBSE would handle trading on them and promised a .1 BTC per bond buyback.
I bought 926 bonds at 99.90 and sold 926 bonds at 77.252. I didn't received Goats promised .1 BTC per bond like promised in his post.
So currently he owes me 15.34 BTC for the price difference in bonds and 2.778 for the dividends.