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September 25, 2012, 02:37:57 AM
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We can no longer access any of the so called "black market" bonds including PPT.A
so now we can't even sell to the 0.32 wall....  it was 0.32 insured  - where is the insurance now?

Had a chat to Nefario - seems to be a sensible precaution for the time being.  If you needed to redeem the insurance option that should still be possible, but you would need to contact me directly.

Just as an update - I have done an insurance payment today for someone so the system still works.

To be clear, we can't list PPT assets anymore, they are still on our books, and in your accounts, but cannot be put on the market.

If we allowed this it would put us in compromised position.

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September 25, 2012, 06:42:50 AM
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We can no longer access any of the so called "black market" bonds including PPT.A
so now we can't even sell to the 0.32 wall....  it was 0.32 insured  - where is the insurance now?

Had a chat to Nefario - seems to be a sensible precaution for the time being.  If you needed to redeem the insurance option that should still be possible, but you would need to contact me directly.

Just as an update - I have done an insurance payment today for someone so the system still works.

To be clear, we can't list PPT assets anymore, they are still on our books, and in your accounts, but cannot be put on the market.

If we allowed this it would put us in compromised position.

What about other obvious ponzi scams like OBSI.HRPT ?

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September 25, 2012, 07:27:31 AM
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We can no longer access any of the so called "black market" bonds including PPT.A
so now we can't even sell to the 0.32 wall....  it was 0.32 insured  - where is the insurance now?

Had a chat to Nefario - seems to be a sensible precaution for the time being.  If you needed to redeem the insurance option that should still be possible, but you would need to contact me directly.

Just as an update - I have done an insurance payment today for someone so the system still works.

To be clear, we can't list PPT assets anymore, they are still on our books, and in your accounts, but cannot be put on the market.

If we allowed this it would put us in compromised position.
So how do I get my 0.32 per share  from PatrickHarnett if the shares are not listed any more?
BTW, thanks for the warning... oops, there was none!
One cluster fuck after another. Damn.

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September 25, 2012, 09:11:26 AM
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We can no longer access any of the so called "black market" bonds including PPT.A
so now we can't even sell to the 0.32 wall....  it was 0.32 insured  - where is the insurance now?

?? weird - it would be nice if nefario let me know when he was going to go around breaking things.  

I'll try to find out what he is doing.

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September 25, 2012, 03:39:49 PM
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We can no longer access any of the so called "black market" bonds including PPT.A
so now we can't even sell to the 0.32 wall....  it was 0.32 insured  - where is the insurance now?

Had a chat to Nefario - seems to be a sensible precaution for the time being.  If you needed to redeem the insurance option that should still be possible, but you would need to contact me directly.

Just as an update - I have done an insurance payment today for someone so the system still works.

To be clear, we can't list PPT assets anymore, they are still on our books, and in your accounts, but cannot be put on the market.

If we allowed this it would put us in compromised position.
So how do I get my 0.32 per share  from PatrickHarnett if the shares are not listed any more?
BTW, thanks for the warning... oops, there was none!
One cluster fuck after another. Damn.

You still have the assets in your account, if patrick wants to make another payment, he can do so, and you will receive it.

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September 25, 2012, 07:43:05 PM
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So how do I get my 0.32 per share  from PatrickHarnett if the shares are not listed any more?
BTW, thanks for the warning... oops, there was none!
One cluster fuck after another. Damn.

The process is simple:  You advise me via pm of the transfer of the relevant asset to my account "PatrickHarnett" and I pay you to your GLBSE account or other address that you nominate.
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October 25, 2012, 07:25:13 PM
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For the avoidance of doubt, PPT is closed.  The claim process via GLBSE is no longer possible and in excess of 85% of bonds have been paid mostly at full value via market trades, and a lesser amount via the insurance scheme.
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October 27, 2012, 03:22:40 AM
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For the avoidance of doubt, PPT is closed.  The claim process via GLBSE is no longer possible and in excess of 85% of bonds have been paid mostly at full value via market trades, and a lesser amount via the insurance scheme.

I filled out the GLBSE form, sent you a PM and I did not get the insurrance paid.

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Please fix this.

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October 27, 2012, 04:06:45 AM
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For the avoidance of doubt, PPT is closed.  The claim process via GLBSE is no longer possible and in excess of 85% of bonds have been paid mostly at full value via market trades, and a lesser amount via the insurance scheme.

I filled out the GLBSE form, sent you a PM and I did not get the insurrance paid.

Username: alexpisjoe

Please fix this.

I have a pm from you and that's it - you provided no details.  I'm not paying an unknown amount to an unknown address from someone that I don't know if they actually purchased any bonds.  On that basis, I could say it's done - but it's not.
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October 27, 2012, 04:56:01 AM
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For the avoidance of doubt, PPT is closed.  The claim process via GLBSE is no longer possible and in excess of 85% of bonds have been paid mostly at full value via market trades, and a lesser amount via the insurance scheme.

I filled out the GLBSE form, sent you a PM and I did not get the insurrance paid.

Username: alexpisjoe

Please fix this.

I have a pm from you and that's it - you provided no details.  I'm not paying an unknown amount to an unknown address from someone that I don't know if they actually purchased any bonds.  On that basis, I could say it's done - but it's not.

I don't know exactly how many bonds and which series I had when GLBSE closed down. It should be around ~100. I asked you to pay to the address that I provided to GLBSE during the claim process and they should have relayed it to you. I did not give out another address since the one I provided to GLBSE was done so after authentication. I don't remember which address, but if you remind it to me, I can sign a message with it. My GLBSE username was "alexpisjoe".

I will provide any other information you need for authentication or otherwise.

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October 27, 2012, 05:01:32 AM
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For the avoidance of doubt, PPT is closed.  The claim process via GLBSE is no longer possible and in excess of 85% of bonds have been paid mostly at full value via market trades, and a lesser amount via the insurance scheme.

I filled out the GLBSE form, sent you a PM and I did not get the insurrance paid.

Username: alexpisjoe

Please fix this.

I have a pm from you and that's it - you provided no details.  I'm not paying an unknown amount to an unknown address from someone that I don't know if they actually purchased any bonds.  On that basis, I could say it's done - but it's not.

I don't know exactly how many bonds and which series I had when GLBSE closed down. It should be around ~100. I asked you to pay to the address that I provided to GLBSE during the claim process and they should have relayed it to you. I did not give out another address since the one I provided to GLBSE was done so after authentication. I don't remember which address, but if you remind it to me, I can sign a message with it. My GLBSE username was "alexpisjoe".

I will provide any other information you need for authentication or otherwise.

At this point, I could provide you with the GLBSE login password for that account. Do you have the amount by username ?

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October 27, 2012, 05:04:22 AM
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As of now, not a single issuer on GLBSE had any info relayed to them.

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October 27, 2012, 05:08:10 AM
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As of now, not a single issuer on GLBSE had any info relayed to them.

Ok, then I guess I shall wait on Nefario. I thought he had managed to get that information out.

Patrick, once you have that info, please pay out my account.

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