Swedish joint action for btc-24 creditors

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putterich
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Swedish joint action for btc-24 creditors

Post by putterich » Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:41 pm

Hi, If you are a Swedish citizen, you are welcome to join our a 3 Swedish family members joint action with help from a lawyer specialized in International private processes, to claim our lost bitcoins at btc-24 back in 2013.

At this time we can only help those who are Swedish citizens and have proof of lost bitcoins, for example a withdraw request email that was not completed.

Please send your interest to participate to patrik.johnson3@gmail.com
as soon as possible.

Broke
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Re: Swedish joint action for btc-24 creditors

Post by Broke » Sat Nov 25, 2017 2:46 pm

We need admin to take away this post. This forum was created mostly for fiat holders who couldn't get back their money. Unfortunately missing bitcoins were never a part of this whole process. Therefore you should organize yourselves elsewhere in order not to put claws on our 4.5 year achievement.

ollie_p
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Re: Swedish joint action for btc-24 creditors

Post by ollie_p » Sat Nov 25, 2017 4:09 pm

Broke wrote:
Sat Nov 25, 2017 2:46 pm
We need admin to take away this post. This forum was created mostly for fiat holders who couldn't get back their money. Unfortunately missing bitcoins were never a part of this whole process. Therefore you should organize yourselves elsewhere in order not to put claws on our 4.5 year achievement.
'Bitcoin24-Victims.co.uk
The forum to discuss Bitcoin-24, it's director Simon Hausdorf, and the company's outstanding Bitcoin and fiat currency debt to customers - This site has NO affiliation with Bitcoin-24 or Simon Hausdorf'

This is just the quote from the top of the website, so maybe admin should change that while they're at it too? :lol:

It's only come to light for me recently that this case was strictly about the recovery of fiat balances, and had nothing to do with btc. I personally can't help but feel slightly mislead by it all, but maybe that was just me not paying enough attention. But if you genuinely take issue with people using the only public space for the community of btc-24 victims, to do something about the recovery of our missing $millions in btc, then that's quite something.

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