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August 24, 2012, 05:11:56 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

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August 24, 2012, 05:14:16 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

the only person who can change the withdrawal address, is the owner and controller of the current withdrawal address... so wherever that is located, keep it backed up / handy please.

...will get these sorted out as soon as i can.

p.s. thanks to those who were suggesting i should charge a fee for this; I'm not going to, but also won't be doing it for much longer anyway.
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August 24, 2012, 05:19:34 AM
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I might be looking to sell my account.


For offers, please PM me.

25BTC
Accepted Offer; Pending 25 BTC Transfer.

Please PM payment address and I will send it over through mt. gox BTC code.

PM'ed 25BTC MT Gox code.
Code received, account information sent.

Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.
Ya know, most of that could have been done in PM... .. .

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August 24, 2012, 05:29:45 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

the only person who can change the withdrawal address, is the owner and controller of the current withdrawal address... so wherever that is located, keep it backed up / handy please.

...will get these sorted out as soon as i can.

p.s. thanks to those who were suggesting i should charge a fee for this; I'm not going to, but also won't be doing it for much longer anyway.

The problem with that, is the the address I used is a Gox address. I have no way of proving I own that specific address.

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August 24, 2012, 05:41:20 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

the only person who can change the withdrawal address, is the owner and controller of the current withdrawal address... so wherever that is located, keep it backed up / handy please.

...will get these sorted out as soon as i can.

p.s. thanks to those who were suggesting i should charge a fee for this; I'm not going to, but also won't be doing it for much longer anyway.

The problem with that, is the the address I used is a Gox address. I have no way of proving I own that specific address.

in that case, the other way around it would be for *someone* to send 42.46290058 + 2.92994014 to the current withdrawal address.

that way, the true owner won't miss out on any coins.

it doesn't matter where from.... it could be from the same wallet really... but if you are the true owner, then you won't lose anything by sending your own money to your own address, and at least i'll know the owner of the account still got his due coins if any of this turned out to be trickery.

you can round it up if you like... can you arrange to send 46 BTC from *anywhere* to the current withdrawal address?

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August 24, 2012, 05:45:09 AM
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looking for offers..  Smiley


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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=484.msg962923#msg962923
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August 24, 2012, 05:54:47 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

the only person who can change the withdrawal address, is the owner and controller of the current withdrawal address... so wherever that is located, keep it backed up / handy please.

...will get these sorted out as soon as i can.

p.s. thanks to those who were suggesting i should charge a fee for this; I'm not going to, but also won't be doing it for much longer anyway.

The problem with that, is the the address I used is a Gox address. I have no way of proving I own that specific address.

in that case, the other way around it would be for *someone* to send 42.46290058 + 2.92994014 to the current withdrawal address.

that way, the true owner won't miss out on any coins.

it doesn't matter where from.... it could be from the same wallet really... but if you are the true owner, then you won't lose anything by sending your own money to your own address, and at least i'll know the owner of the account still got his due coins if any of this turned out to be trickery.

you can round it up if you like... can you arrange to send 46 BTC from *anywhere* to the current withdrawal address?
Does this *anywhere* address need me to be able to verify it? Grin
I'd like to just sent 46 BTC from Gox to Gox.

If I need to open up my wallet and do it the "official, verification" way, I'll do it...but may take some time for the blockchain to update.

[Edit]: or...I can just use blockchain wallet.


I'm not sure if the new account owner wants me to post the address, but... I've sent the 46 BTC to the current withdraw address.

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August 24, 2012, 06:35:42 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

the only person who can change the withdrawal address, is the owner and controller of the current withdrawal address... so wherever that is located, keep it backed up / handy please.

...will get these sorted out as soon as i can.

p.s. thanks to those who were suggesting i should charge a fee for this; I'm not going to, but also won't be doing it for much longer anyway.

The problem with that, is the the address I used is a Gox address. I have no way of proving I own that specific address.

in that case, the other way around it would be for *someone* to send 42.46290058 + 2.92994014 to the current withdrawal address.

that way, the true owner won't miss out on any coins.

it doesn't matter where from.... it could be from the same wallet really... but if you are the true owner, then you won't lose anything by sending your own money to your own address, and at least i'll know the owner of the account still got his due coins if any of this turned out to be trickery.

you can round it up if you like... can you arrange to send 46 BTC from *anywhere* to the current withdrawal address?
Does this *anywhere* address need me to be able to verify it? Grin
I'd like to just sent 46 BTC from Gox to Gox.

If I need to open up my wallet and do it the "official, verification" way, I'll do it...but may take some time for the blockchain to update.

[Edit]: or...I can just use blockchain wallet.


I'm not sure if the new account owner wants me to post the address, but... I've sent the 46 BTC to the current withdraw address.

I am not sure exactly what is taking place.  So if it works that is good.  I guess this is a little harder than I thought.

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August 24, 2012, 07:14:16 AM
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Thank you sir.  Hopefully we get it switched over and for me I hope it pays.

i will make sure i get up-to-date with all my PMs and account changes before making any payments.

I sent the Login information. Should he be able to change the withdraw address?

the only person who can change the withdrawal address, is the owner and controller of the current withdrawal address... so wherever that is located, keep it backed up / handy please.

...will get these sorted out as soon as i can.

p.s. thanks to those who were suggesting i should charge a fee for this; I'm not going to, but also won't be doing it for much longer anyway.

The problem with that, is the the address I used is a Gox address. I have no way of proving I own that specific address.

in that case, the other way around it would be for *someone* to send 42.46290058 + 2.92994014 to the current withdrawal address.

that way, the true owner won't miss out on any coins.

it doesn't matter where from.... it could be from the same wallet really... but if you are the true owner, then you won't lose anything by sending your own money to your own address, and at least i'll know the owner of the account still got his due coins if any of this turned out to be trickery.

you can round it up if you like... can you arrange to send 46 BTC from *anywhere* to the current withdrawal address?
Does this *anywhere* address need me to be able to verify it? Grin
I'd like to just sent 46 BTC from Gox to Gox.

If I need to open up my wallet and do it the "official, verification" way, I'll do it...but may take some time for the blockchain to update.

[Edit]: or...I can just use blockchain wallet.


I'm not sure if the new account owner wants me to post the address, but... I've sent the 46 BTC to the current withdraw address.

I am not sure exactly what is taking place.  So if it works that is good.  I guess this is a little harder than I thought.

this is great, thanks... all we are doing are making it so that if the NothinG that is currently posting on the forum, isn't really the same NothinG that opened the bitcoinmax account (coz of 1337 h4x or whatever), then at least the true owner of the bitcoinmax account won't miss out on his 46 BTC.

i'll update the address shortly.
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August 24, 2012, 07:23:48 AM
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then at least the true owner of the bitcoinmax account won't miss out on his 46 BTC.
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August 24, 2012, 09:05:41 AM
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So, no news from Pirate? Also, no coins back?

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August 24, 2012, 10:11:35 AM
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Hi mate,

Post a screenshot in the thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=102659.msg1125608#msg1125608) of your account page showing the amounts and your place in line.

If you're really far down the line I might pass, as it's a lot of risk for a small amount, but go ahead and post it anyway,

Thanks,

Tony

Here my two accounts:

Logged in as: zyk (User #119 of 373)      Balance: 7.45718104      Next Payment: 0.51454549


Logged in as: Andiescoins (User #361 of 373)      Balance: 11.51955357      Next Payment: 0.79484920

so now the market even in form of Sir Rolo (the steadfastest believer in Santa Claus)...is seeing  that the scheme just serves to rob the latecoming little fish in favour of the fat-cat perpetrators?

People....and all together now!...we all should really think of the legitimity( already looks wrong this word Wink ) of "the service" we got involved in....
At least the crumps of the remaining assets should be distributed evenly as its already an obvious insider scam or is it not?

Thanks for listening  Cheers Zyk

P.S.   Who, when and where is the payout - order to be fixed ?
 

All of the customers coins are still with payb.tc he simply transferred the risk to the customers and collected a fee  unless he also deposited his own coins with pirate Smiley





that might be true if i were rich enough to own 150,000 btc.

but in reality practically none of the coins are with me... almost all of them got sent to pirate to earn interest.

i have less than 100 btc of these coins in my wallet.



Thanks for opening up an ear and posting about accounting statistics.

We can hope for but still its against all odds, as there is no fell swoop coming -  what is the pay - out order of bitcoinmax?? --- please let us discuss until its fixed in the OP!

Cheers Zyk
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August 24, 2012, 10:47:15 AM
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So, no news from Pirate? Also, no coins back?

11BST accounts have been fully paid and closed according to the other thread
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August 24, 2012, 04:07:37 PM
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what is the pay - out order of bitcoinmax??

user id, in other words, oldest accounts first

If you log in to your account you can see how many btc are ahead of you.

https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
While no idea is perfect, some ideas are useful.
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August 24, 2012, 05:40:06 PM
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This pirate thing started to look and feel like a huuuuge scam...

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August 24, 2012, 05:47:58 PM
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This pirate thing started to look and feel like a huuuuge scam...

Started? It looked exactly like one from the very beginning.

The problem was that too many people had their pink sunglasses on and did not see it. Some still have them donned.
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August 24, 2012, 05:58:18 PM
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Well, maybe "started" is not the right word... It surley looked suspicious from the begining, but it was a successful ponzi Smiley aka people were paid for some time to increase the profits.

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August 24, 2012, 06:19:50 PM
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would be nice if this (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=94675.msg1129588#msg1129588) was in fact a payment to paybtc....

That would start knocking down the bitcoinmax debt.
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August 25, 2012, 12:09:22 AM
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payb.tc, is it possible to sell a partial account?

I have no doubt pirate will pay, but I need some BTC liquidities at the moment. I have a 2500 BTC account, I'm looking to sell 500 BTC of debt for 300 BTC. So, if you send me 300 BTC, you get 500 BTC of pirate debt + all the interest of the 500 BTC generated from the moment of the deal until pirate pays.

If selling a partial account can be done, I'm ready to be completely transparent, deal with the split interest or have my account locked even if pirate pay until the deal is completely satisfying to the buyer. I want this to be smooth and clean. I'm also ready to give payb.tc a donation for his efforts if he require it  Smiley

i guess you could sell part of your account to someone who already has an account.

but i'm not going to be setting up new accounts at this point just to split the current ones.
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August 25, 2012, 09:01:54 AM
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I have no doubt pirate will pay, but I need some BTC liquidities at the moment. I have a 2500 BTC account, I'm looking to sell 500 BTC of debt for 300 BTC. So, if you send me 300 BTC, you get 500 BTC of pirate debt + all the interest of the 500 BTC generated from the moment of the deal until pirate pays.

Why does this sound dishonest to me?

Because everything sounds dishonest to you.

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