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April 10, 2012, 10:28:55 PM
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This is in response to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=67731.0 which I have since locked for going off-topic and being unproductive in general.

I write this to acknowledge that I have sold my share of debt owed to eroxors. Within the next couple hours, he will have all relevant documents and information we've collected on DI via email. Other debt-holders, please confirm in this thread if you sell your debt.


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April 11, 2012, 08:45:01 PM
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DI debt sold - for a realistic sum to eroxors.  My losses on DI are now less than 100%.
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April 11, 2012, 09:59:30 PM
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DI debt sold - for a realistic sum to eroxors.  My losses on DI are now less than 100%.

Thanks, I now hold Patrick's debt as well.

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April 11, 2012, 11:06:59 PM
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I will sell my 25 BTC DI debt as well.  PM me if interested (or post an offer here in public if that floats your boat).

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April 12, 2012, 06:22:52 PM
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Offers sent, peace.

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May 09, 2012, 03:50:13 PM
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I will sell my 25 BTC DI debt as well.  PM me if interested (or post an offer here in public if that floats your boat).
I have now sold my entire interest in the 25 BTC debt to eroxors.

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May 09, 2012, 04:00:56 PM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
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May 09, 2012, 06:15:37 PM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

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May 09, 2012, 06:27:25 PM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

BTC is a virtual good by legal definitions. I would LOVE for somebody to take the likes of Linode and Tom Williams to court over BTC.

LOL Good luck getting BTC thieves into court Cheesy
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May 10, 2012, 03:06:39 AM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

BTC is a virtual good by legal definitions. I would LOVE for somebody to take the likes of Linode and Tom Williams to court over BTC.

LOL Good luck getting BTC thieves into court Cheesy

You have the mind of a thief... ohh wait...

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May 10, 2012, 03:35:08 AM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

BTC is a virtual good by legal definitions. I would LOVE for somebody to take the likes of Linode and Tom Williams to court over BTC.

LOL Good luck getting BTC thieves into court Cheesy

No wonder you're one. We can't sue you, eh.  Roll Eyes

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May 10, 2012, 04:44:24 AM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

BTC is a virtual good by legal definitions. I would LOVE for somebody to take the likes of Linode and Tom Williams to court over BTC.

LOL Good luck getting BTC thieves into court Cheesy

No wonder you're one. We can't sue you, eh.  Roll Eyes

There's always street justice

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May 10, 2012, 01:39:04 PM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

BTC is a virtual good by legal definitions. I would LOVE for somebody to take the likes of Linode and Tom Williams to court over BTC.

LOL Good luck getting BTC thieves into court Cheesy

No wonder you're one. We can't sue you, eh.  Roll Eyes

There's always street justice

There's always jail time ... for "street justice" ( from nerds like BTC users ? LOL )
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May 10, 2012, 02:46:30 PM
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Don't get the point of selling debt. It is worth 0 now he defaulted ...

It is not like you will ever get that scammer anyway.

Even if you have ALL his details what can we do ( legally ) to him ?

Most likely we get sued for harassment because BTC is not legal tender and he has not committed a criminal offence Angry
Let's say I lend you some of my rare baseball cards and you promise to give them back to me in one month.  Let's say the baseball cards are worth about $1500.  Now let's say you do not return them when you said you would.

Has a crime been committed?  Could I go to court over this claim?  Are baseball cards legal tender?




Answers:  Yes, Yes, No.

BTC is a virtual good by legal definitions. I would LOVE for somebody to take the likes of Linode and Tom Williams to court over BTC.

LOL Good luck getting BTC thieves into court Cheesy

No wonder you're one. We can't sue you, eh.  Roll Eyes

There's always street justice

There's always jail time ... for "street justice" ( from nerds like BTC users ? LOL )

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May 14, 2012, 05:18:04 PM
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So what happened to this Huh

Did you guys get the scammer in the UK.
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May 14, 2012, 05:30:07 PM
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So what happened to this Huh

Did you guys get the scammer in the UK.

They are currently 22.5 BTC short, in order to continue the investigation .....and are currently seeking a 'donation' in that amount from a forum member to cover additional expenses.

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May 14, 2012, 05:30:45 PM
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So what happened to this Huh

Did you guys get the scammer in the UK.

They are currently 22.5 BTC short, in order to continue the investigation .....and are currently seeking a 'donation' in that amount from a forum member to cover additional expenses.

Post the address, I'll see if I can cover it.
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May 14, 2012, 05:43:37 PM
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Post the address, I'll see if I can cover it.

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