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June 12, 2012, 03:09:13 AM
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Public thread to report repayment of debts owed to Patrick, Runlinux & TCC shares.
Basically due to some bullshit I forgot to pay off years ago (student debt that grew to $22k). This all happened when I was overseas and my awesome government decided to drain all my accounts, which is totally my own fault for forgetting I still had this outstanding, thought it was paid off years ago.

I am filing a Consumer proposal for it which in my country is a repayment plan but of course will pay off everything owed here Smiley

I have successfully prevented them from just seizing all my money again (i hope) so plan should go as follows:

- repayment of loans with interest can begin 21 Jun
- buying back all shares (with interest) can begin 05Jun and perhaps sooner

Will update when I get back. Nobody will be scammed, may even restart TCC but only if I have enough reserves this time to prevent losses (was also ripped by an LRUSD malaysian exchanger that folded, but attempting some sort of claim they setup but not hopeful)  and clear out all old debt.

Sorry to everybody with money stuck. We'll pay it all off asap and make it worthwhile.
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June 12, 2012, 03:14:40 AM
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Public thread to report repayment of debts owed to Patrick, Runlinux & TCC shares.
Basically due to some bullshit I forgot to pay off years ago (student debt that grew to $22k). This all happened when I was overseas and my awesome government decided to drain all my accounts, which is totally my own fault for forgetting I still had this outstanding, thought it was paid off years ago.

I am filing a Consumer proposal for it which in my country is a repayment plan but of course will pay off everything owed here Smiley

I have successfully prevented them from just seizing all my money again (i hope) so plan should go as follows:

- repayment of loans with interest can begin 21 Jun
- buying back all shares (with interest) can begin 05Jun and perhaps sooner

Will update when I get back. Nobody will be scammed, may even restart TCC but only if I have enough reserves this time to prevent losses (was also ripped by an LRUSD malaysian exchanger that folded, but attempting some sort of claim they setup but not hopeful)  and clear out all old debt.

Sorry to everybody with money stuck. We'll pay it all off asap and make it worthwhile.


On a side note (OT), are you a Malaysian? By student debt do you mean the PTPTN scheme?
edit: Not poking in to your privacy or anything, I'm just happy to see a fellow countrymen here.

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July 16, 2012, 08:04:40 PM
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Haven't heard back from you man. Everything OK?

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Ok, checking back in again.

Still nothing back from him.

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