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November 19, 2014, 12:42:56 PM
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I purchased knc icould mining and its paying twice as slow they dont answer phone calls anymore and they are in sweden.  How do i get my money back or what or how to take them to court if they are in sweden. Is there an easy way to just get a refund and get out.  witout to much compiication and of course they did not take any type of credit card payment so i how to take to court if they are in sweden.

I respect them i know they are a good company but if they are not paying what else can i do.  Please help or reply.
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November 20, 2014, 05:05:44 AM
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Any help.  or advoce would be appreciated
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November 20, 2014, 05:32:09 AM
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You most likely are not going to be able to receive a refund. The nature of their cloud mining contracts mean that refunds will not be given as if they did give refunds it would allow their customers to make a risk free bet that the difficulty would not rise so much that the contract would be unprofitable (although many cloud mining providers do have a very short term refund window)
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November 20, 2014, 01:34:08 PM
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I purchased knc icould mining and its paying twice as slow they dont answer phone calls anymore and they are in sweden.  How do i get my money back or what or how to take them to court if they are in sweden. Is there an easy way to just get a refund and get out.  witout to much compiication and of course they did not take any type of credit card payment so i how to take to court if they are in sweden.

I respect them i know they are a good company but if they are not paying what else can i do.  Please help or reply.
The part of this which is quite interesting is that you have invested in a company without truly knowing who they are or where they are, or how to contact them.

Do you know the name of a responsible party at that company and a physical address for said party?
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November 20, 2014, 08:39:21 PM
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Yes i know the company and their equipment i have seen their mining equipment which seems really nice  and they were answering phone calls for the past two months now no phone calls or emails and im getting half as much as i should be getting.   i think i have the address but how can i access a company in sweden how can i take to court or have justice with a company out of sweden.   im shure it can be done just how i dont know.  I sent a few emails and still waiting for a real reply.  I mean i get paid just half of what its supposed to be paying and its a 6 month contract so if it doesnt happen now then when?
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