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September 25, 2012, 09:14:37 AM
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Asset delisted: contact issuer.

What is this about?

what is the claim code for?

are you paying out goat?

No Nefario voided all of the assets and has my BTC. You will need to talk to him about the coin. I no longer have an account on GLBSE.

And...if someday pirate debts are paid, that would happen?. (SUPER hypothetical case)

At this time it seems there is nothing I can do other than sue Nefario and the other GLBSE stock holders. And it is sad because I have a lawyer attempting to collect currently.

You have the information about each account holders (via redeemable code). That's enough to repay every shareholders who can come with such a code. No need to go by the law for that. Smiley

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September 25, 2012, 09:28:56 AM
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Asset delisted: contact issuer.

What is this about?

what is the claim code for?

are you paying out goat?

No Nefario voided all of the assets and has my BTC. You will need to talk to him about the coin. I no longer have an account on GLBSE.

And...if someday pirate debts are paid, that would happen?. (SUPER hypothetical case)

At this time it seems there is nothing I can do other than sue Nefario and the other GLBSE stock holders. And it is sad because I have a lawyer attempting to collect currently.


The glbse shareholders arent involved in the day to day decisions Nefario makes. That would be like suing google shareholders for something Larry or Sergei does.

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September 25, 2012, 10:27:28 AM
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Asset delisted: contact issuer.

What is this about?

what is the claim code for?

are you paying out goat?

No Nefario voided all of the assets and has my BTC. You will need to talk to him about the coin. I no longer have an account on GLBSE.

And...if someday pirate debts are paid, that would happen?. (SUPER hypothetical case)

At this time it seems there is nothing I can do other than sue Nefario and the other GLBSE stock holders. And it is sad because I have a lawyer attempting to collect currently.


The glbse shareholders arent involved in the day to day decisions Nefario makes. That would be like suing google shareholders for something Larry or Sergei does.

I don't know. My point was there is very little I can do. This is controlled by Nefario.


You could stop threatening to sue him at every opportunity and seek mediation.

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September 25, 2012, 12:07:58 PM
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ok can you just clarify, what happens with the claim code?

give it goat?

what does goat do with it?

if so, how does goat know who the details of the codes?

does goat still have access to GLBSE to deal with the codes and claims?

i only have 2 btc in this but i am curious WTF is it all about.

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September 25, 2012, 12:42:28 PM
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ok can you just clarify, what happens with the claim code?

give it goat?

what does goat do with it?

if so, how does goat know who the details of the codes?

does goat still have access to GLBSE to deal with the codes and claims?

i only have 2 btc in this but i am curious WTF is it all about.

I no longer have an account on GLBSE.

Nefario, what do you expect me to do with this code now?

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September 25, 2012, 02:41:01 PM
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ok can you just clarify, what happens with the claim code?

give it goat?

what does goat do with it?

if so, how does goat know who the details of the codes?

does goat still have access to GLBSE to deal with the codes and claims?

i only have 2 btc in this but i am curious WTF is it all about.

I no longer have an account on GLBSE.

Nefario, what do you expect me to do with this code now?


Yes please tell, WTF are these codes for?

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September 25, 2012, 03:29:24 PM
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Your situation sucks, but playing it off like you can not do a thing without the GLBSE is laughable.

Laughable? I would say it's expected. You're talking about Goat. He only does things that are in his best interest. lol

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September 25, 2012, 03:32:32 PM
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You probably have a notepad available, alongside the email. This is enough for you to create a ledger.
All you lost was the convenience of an automated system.
And of course, itll be a shitload more work to operate now, as you need to build a relationship with each shareholder.

None the less, shareholders have a way to identify themselves to you, and you have a way to identify their holdings.
Good enough.

Your situation sucks, but playing it off like you can not do a thing without the GLBSE is laughable.

I would need to confirm with Nefario that they did once have the assets. I would hate for the codes to be passed around and people claiming double and triple. I'm sure Nefario would find this reasonable.

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September 25, 2012, 03:34:55 PM
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You probably have a notepad available, alongside the email. This is enough for you to create a ledger.
All you lost was the convenience of an automated system.
And of course, itll be a shitload more work to operate now, as you need to build a relationship with each shareholder.

None the less, shareholders have a way to identify themselves to you, and you have a way to identify their holdings.
Good enough.

Your situation sucks, but playing it off like you can not do a thing without the GLBSE is laughable.

I would need to confirm with Nefario that they did once have the assets. I would hate for the codes to be passed around and people claiming double and triple. I'm sure Nefario would find this reasonable.

It's very easy, it's like an MtGox code, once someone gives it to you, you cross the code off your list, it has now been redeemed.

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September 25, 2012, 03:43:43 PM
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You probably have a notepad available, alongside the email. This is enough for you to create a ledger.
All you lost was the convenience of an automated system.
And of course, itll be a shitload more work to operate now, as you need to build a relationship with each shareholder.

None the less, shareholders have a way to identify themselves to you, and you have a way to identify their holdings.
Good enough.

Your situation sucks, but playing it off like you can not do a thing without the GLBSE is laughable.

I would need to confirm with Nefario that they did once have the assets. I would hate for the codes to be passed around and people claiming double and triple. I'm sure Nefario would find this reasonable.

It's very easy, it's like an MtGox code, once someone gives it to you, you cross the code off your list, it has now been redeemed.

And if someone wants to use it twice? You will cover for the extra I hope?

Why would you let someone use it twice?

Stop pretending to be so clueless.

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September 25, 2012, 04:21:41 PM
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Why would you let someone use it twice?
The argument everyone else will be using is, "Why would he let someone use it at all?"

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Stop pretending to be so clueless.
An unverifiable system is really not workable. What happens if two people present him with the same code at the same time?

Say one person presents him a claim code. Then a few days later, someone else presents the claim code and has a pile of other proof that he held the asset. How can he know if the same claim code was given to two people or the second person is a scammer who gave the claim code to the first?

He is being compelled to accept liability for a scheme whose reliability he has no way to assess.


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September 25, 2012, 04:39:50 PM
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What is the difference between a usd code from gox, and this code from glbse?
The difference is that gox codes are both issued and redeemed by gox. Ask gox if they would be willing to accept "gox codes" issued by someone else pursuant to an arrangement that other person made without consulting them.

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Both are directly given to me. Should I give the gox code out before I hit bitinstant, I am an idiot and deserve to lose.
Of course. Nobody disputes that.

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How would bitinstant deal with the same code coming in multiple times at the same time?
Bitinstant could refuse to accept any gox code they want and nobody would call them a scammer. They have no obligation to accept gox codes and they certainly don't have an obligation someone else imposed on them. They are, however, open to an issue where someone claims bitinstant redeemed a mt gox code and bitinstant claims the gox code was already redeemed. Because of this risk and others, they charge a fee for their service in exchange for which they have agreed to accept risk. They're certainly not required to accept gox codes at no charge.

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First code redemption gets the credit, after that, SOL.
Say someone posts a scam accusation saying his code wasn't accepted. The response is that someone else claimed that same code first. What happens? How do we sort out which of these four things happened:

1) The same code was given to two legitimate owners.

2) The person claiming to have been refused the redemption is scamming and gave the code to someone else.

3) He's just refusing to accept the code even though nobody else claimed it.

4) Someone intercepted the code and redeemed it first.

Or, to put it more simply, if he refuses to go along with this redemption scheme, is he scamming? Honestly, if I were in this position, I would refuse to honor the codes and tell the investors to take it up with GLBSE, the party they contracted with to acquire and manage the shares which has decided to renege on the agreement. I certainly wouldn't let myself be coerced into accepting a broken redemption scheme that bears no resemblance to anything I ever agreed to do.

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September 26, 2012, 12:11:19 AM
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I have to agree.
Would any of you take the work and risk, if it GLBSE is responsible for removing shares/bonds?
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September 26, 2012, 12:33:50 AM
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What is the difference between a usd code from gox, and this code from glbse?
The difference is that gox codes are both issued and redeemed by gox. Ask gox if they would be willing to accept "gox codes" issued by someone else pursuant to an arrangement that other person made without consulting them.

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Both are directly given to me. Should I give the gox code out before I hit bitinstant, I am an idiot and deserve to lose.
Of course. Nobody disputes that.

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How would bitinstant deal with the same code coming in multiple times at the same time?
Bitinstant could refuse to accept any gox code they want and nobody would call them a scammer. They have no obligation to accept gox codes and they certainly don't have an obligation someone else imposed on them. They are, however, open to an issue where someone claims bitinstant redeemed a mt gox code and bitinstant claims the gox code was already redeemed. Because of this risk and others, they charge a fee for their service in exchange for which they have agreed to accept risk. They're certainly not required to accept gox codes at no charge.

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First code redemption gets the credit, after that, SOL.
Say someone posts a scam accusation saying his code wasn't accepted. The response is that someone else claimed that same code first. What happens? How do we sort out which of these four things happened:

1) The same code was given to two legitimate owners.

2) The person claiming to have been refused the redemption is scamming and gave the code to someone else.

3) He's just refusing to accept the code even though nobody else claimed it.

4) Someone intercepted the code and redeemed it first.

Or, to put it more simply, if he refuses to go along with this redemption scheme, is he scamming? Honestly, if I were in this position, I would refuse to honor the codes and tell the investors to take it up with GLBSE, the party they contracted with to acquire and manage the shares which has decided to renege on the agreement. I certainly wouldn't let myself be coerced into accepting a broken redemption scheme that bears no resemblance to anything I ever agreed to do.


Your marklars are wise Marklar.

GLBSE's own broken rules that prevent asset issuers from knowing the list of asset holders caused the majority of this problem, GLBSE needs to fix it. If I were Goat, I wouldn't accept this method imposed without any foreknowledge or agreement by Goat.

GLBSE is strong-arming Goat into accepting their terms or making his investors suffer. This means that GLBSE is directly causing investors to suffer. Who invests at a place like that? It's a scummy move for sure.

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September 26, 2012, 12:38:15 AM
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Is it even legal to pay dividends to customers you don't know?

Or is the broker, GLBSE, the customer of the issuer and the only one the issuer has to know and to issue any dividends to?

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September 26, 2012, 01:30:08 AM
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GLBSE is strong-arming Goat into accepting their terms or making his investors suffer. This means that GLBSE is directly causing investors to suffer. Who invests at a place like that? It's a scummy move for sure.
I hope GLBSE will realize that their petty silliness is going to massively harm their reputation and that they will do the right thing and fix this mess. Yes, Goat's conduct is questionable. But that doesn't even begin to excuse GLBSE's and/or Nefario's conduct. If GLBSE doesn't make Goat and their investors whole (or explain some angle to this story that I'm not aware of), I will consider GLBSE itself a scam.

Nefario made a promise, with the apparent authority to bind GLBSE, that he could not keep. Nefario or GLBSE should cover any losses that resulted from Goat's reasonable reliance on that promise. (He is not entitled to profit from the debacle.)

As for the disabling of Goat's account and delisting of his assets, I hope GLBSE can explain some justification for that action. And GLBSE has to find some way to make their customers whole. Goat is entirely within reason refusing to cooperate with the coerced and broken claim process. People who buy assets through GLBSE have a contract with GLBSE and should be able to rely on them.

I dislike Goat and I like Nefario and GLBSE, and I still can't see this their way. Arbitrary account disabling, especially in retaliation for speaking out against getting shafted, is totally unacceptable in my book. People have gotten scammer tags for "if you sue me you won't get your money back". This is way worse.

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September 26, 2012, 02:24:43 AM
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Goat had no losses (only profit) from the "fake GLBSE" debacle.  You keep talking about losses (multiple times in multiple threads).  Where do you get this silly idea that Goat "lost" anything?  He bought a handful of share he knew were fake for 0.05 BTC ea and sold at least 3 for 31 BTC and was given the option to redeem the rest for 0.1 BTC.  What loss did he incur? 

However I do agree that this has damaged GLBSE.  I will never offer a security on that site under any conditions.  The "we do what we want when we want" is too much of a counterparty risk.    If GLBSE wanted the ability to delist it should have been setup that way from the start.  If they wanted to add it they should have done so in a manner which didn't harm issuers and shareholders.
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September 26, 2012, 02:30:03 AM
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Is it even legal to pay dividends to customers you don't know?

Or is the broker, GLBSE, the customer of the issuer and the only one the issuer has to know and to issue any dividends to?

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Goat had no losses (only profit) from the "fake GLBSE" debacle.  You keep talking about losses (multiple times in multiple threads).  Where do you get this silly idea that Goat "lost" anything?  He bought a handful of share he knew were fake for 0.05 BTC ea and sold at least 3 for 31 BTC and was given the option to redeem the rest for 0.1 BTC.  What loss did he incur?
If that's so, then Goat has no case. He relied on Nefario's promise based on his apparent authority. The promise can't be enforced. He's entitled to compensation for any damages he suffered due to relying on that promise. If there are no damages, then that should be the end of it as far as the GLBSE shares issue goes.

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However I do agree that this has damaged GLBSE. I will never offer a security on that site under any conditions.  The "we do what we want when we want" is too much of a counterparty risk. If GLBSE wanted the ability to delist it should have been setup that way from the start.  If they wanted to add it they should have done so in a manner which didn't harm issuers and shareholders.
My feelings may be a bit less strong than yours, but basically I agree.

You keep saying I lost nothing. But I was told more than once and I operated as if I was a part owner of GLBSE and would get more stock soon.
And your losses from that are ... ?

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I was used and now that Nefario wants to sell out he does not want to give me what he owes me. And it is a lot more than 30 BTC...
That's a different issue. I think he was referring specifically to the issue with the bogus GLBSE stock. You are entitled to recover your losses from relying on that promise, but you are not entitled to lost profits.

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September 26, 2012, 02:33:19 AM
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GLBSE is strong-arming Goat into accepting their terms or making his investors suffer. This means that GLBSE is directly causing investors to suffer. Who invests at a place like that? It's a scummy move for sure.
I hope GLBSE will realize that their petty silliness is going to massively harm their reputation and that they will do the right thing and fix this mess. Yes, Goat's conduct is questionable. But that doesn't even begin to excuse GLBSE's and/or Nefario's conduct. If GLBSE doesn't make Goat and their investors whole (or explain some angle to this story that I'm not aware of), I will consider GLBSE itself a scam.

Nefario made a promise, with the apparent authority to bind GLBSE, that he could not keep. Nefario or GLBSE should cover any losses that resulted from Goat's reasonable reliance on that promise. (He is not entitled to profit from the debacle.)

As for the disabling of Goat's account and delisting of his assets, I hope GLBSE can explain some justification for that action. And GLBSE has to find some way to make their customers whole. Goat is entirely within reason refusing to cooperate with the coerced and broken claim process. People who buy assets through GLBSE have a contract with GLBSE and should be able to rely on them.

I dislike Goat and I like Nefario and GLBSE, and I still can't see this their way. Arbitrary account disabling, especially in retaliation for speaking out against getting shafted, is totally unacceptable in my book. People have gotten scammer tags for "if you sue me you won't get your money back". This is way worse.

Goat has already made  a massive profit off those shares. As for Nefario's actions, well he has to answer to the glbse shareholders. I can assure you - they arent happy   Lips sealed

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