[Mailing #65] Slow progress

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btc24refund
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[Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by btc24refund »

Dear BTC-24 victims,

It's been a while since the last update.
Quite frankly progress has been slow unfortunately. In the last mailing I mentioned that a document had to be translated and re-submitted. After re-submitting the document; a new list of documents were yet again requested from the bank.

In response to that there was contact between the director in charge of this case and Simon's lawyer. The bank seem to be very reluctant to settle this; which, in a way, is good as there is a lot of money at stake. In short though, they needed more verification.

That latest status is that a UK treasury solicitor has declared by writing that the funds belongs to BTC 24 Ltd. The process of getting that declaration and the sluggish communication between Santander and Simon's lawyer took a lot of time.

In recap, right now the funds is stored on a "technical bankaccount" which isn't accessible. When that writing from the solicitor arrives (which apparently can take weeks), I expect that access will be granted. Should that finally happen, we can hopefully enter the next phase.

In closing, Simon stated that he will set up the website and post an announcement when this step is finally done.

Regards,
Jeff

Izi
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by Izi »

Mr-Herbert wrote:
Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:24 pm
I wish everybody a lot of success for recovering their funds!

Personally, I only got aware of BTC-24's failure a couple of weeks ago when I tried to log in to verify 5 bitcoins which I bought back in 2013. Is there any way to recover my coins? I still have access to the associated e-mail and likely still have the password.

I cannot login anywhere to access my coins.
Forget about it is the short answer. You can read the forum and you'll find the answers, don't be lazy.

bruegge
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by bruegge »

Izi wrote:
Mon Jun 03, 2019 7:04 pm
Mr-Herbert wrote:
Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:24 pm
I wish everybody a lot of success for recovering their funds!

Personally, I only got aware of BTC-24's failure a couple of weeks ago when I tried to log in to verify 5 bitcoins which I bought back in 2013. Is there any way to recover my coins? I still have access to the associated e-mail and likely still have the password.

I cannot login anywhere to access my coins.
Forget about it is the short answer. You can read the forum and you'll find the answers, don't be lazy.
Hi IZi,

why do you think that?
I think there is still a small chance to get them back! Still waiting what Simon says...

Greetz

Bruegge

btc24refund
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by btc24refund »

As it stands at the moment, Simon is still awaiting response from the director of the polish bank to have a meeting. The deadline for that meeting has passed so I'm doing my best to find out about the current status. When I have an update, I'll send out another mailing.

comeno
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by comeno »

Hi Jeff, some months ago you gave us a ray of hope, but now it seems quite obvious that the response from the director of the polish bank is just a joke..
Thanks for your effort anyway.

btc24refund
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by btc24refund »

comeno wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:22 pm
Hi Jeff, some months ago you gave us a ray of hope, but now it seems quite obvious that the response from the director of the polish bank is just a joke..
Thanks for your effort anyway.
While I agree, yet again, it's taking long. There is still progress. The entire process of getting the documents in order and convincing this director is unfortunately very displeasing. Regardless, I'm still pouring effort in this matter, so I'm not done just yet.

Izi
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by Izi »

btc24refund wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 9:14 pm
comeno wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:22 pm
Hi Jeff, some months ago you gave us a ray of hope, but now it seems quite obvious that the response from the director of the polish bank is just a joke..
Thanks for your effort anyway.
While I agree, yet again, it's taking long. There is still progress. The entire process of getting the documents in order and convincing this director is unfortunately very displeasing. Regardless, I'm still pouring effort in this matter, so I'm not done just yet.
So, is there any news? Any proof that he is actually in contacts with the bank?

Mordecai
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by Mordecai »

I hope that if Simon Hausdorf is behaving honestly some polish director in a period of banking distress doesn't start to play games...

bernard75
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by bernard75 »

Lying paid out mofo!!!

andrew1980
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Re: [Mailing #65] Slow progress

Post by andrew1980 »

Mordecai wrote:
Sun Nov 17, 2019 1:03 am
I hope that if Simon Hausdorf is behaving honestly some polish director...
Simon behaving honestly? That seems like a pretty huge "if" at this point. He might have originally had honest intentions, but 6 years down the line there's little to distinguish him from a thief.

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