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November 4, 2015 at 1:53 am #1517
My new blog is going live in the AM. It was finished but at the last minute, something came up that legal needed me to source.Once you read it, you’ll see why.
By the time I got around to doing that, it was already late and I was busy with other things.
The blog will go live at this link tomorrow morning at 10AM EST
January 5, 2016 at 2:46 pm #2163
This first appeared as a section in my Interstellar Pirates blog. I needed a link directly to that section, hence this post.
THE GIZMONDO MONEY LAUNDERING CONNECTIONNovember 13, 2015 at 11:42 pm #1731johnny canadaParticipant
I think it is important to remember that one man is not going to take the project down by writing a blog, if the project fails, then the project was doomed already. This means that it is wrong to be angry at D Smart for pointing out concerns.November 13, 2015 at 11:29 pm #1730Anonymous
Another curious question, would you actually ever want to work on Star Citizen? If so, what capacities would interest you?November 5, 2015 at 11:15 am #1614MDrake SCParticipant
Kristoffer S: Just to get the fact straight?
CIG has totally ignored my ticket for 3 weeks and I’m a Grand Admiral. You do not value your $1,000 like I do my $2,500. I expect a product and not a dream. Chris Roberts repeatedly used dates, and missed every single one of them. That is on him. If he never put a date on the project or refund policy in the Terms of Services 1.0, I would have never backed.
CIG is ignoring the Terms of Services 1.0 that I agreed to. Don’t remember when I last actually logged into Arena Commander on my own account or PC. I have no interest downloading a minimum of 24 GB every 2-3 patches.
The last Steam Summer Sale I bought Strike Suit Infinity for $1.97 and played 45 min. Submitted a refund ticket on help.steampowered.com later in Sept and got my $1.97 back to my steam wallet in 8 days.
Steam may be slow as hell, but they actually do refund. CIG is ignoring large customers and even raises eyes when some refunds are sent from Twin Bros. GmbH, Ortwin’s company. If you don’t find that fishy and suspicious, you are not someone I can take seriously.November 5, 2015 at 10:14 am #1612Anchorite .Participant
I’d love it if you could provide the link to that GIF again. I found it hysterical, and wanted to share it with friends.
ThanksJanuary 28, 2016 at 2:13 pm #2385
List of Star Citizen related corporate entities
November 14, 2015 at 11:29 am #1732
- Cloud Imperium Games Corp, West Hollywood, CA
- Cloud Imperium Games LLC, West Hollywood, CA
- Cloud Imperium Services, LLC West Hollywood, CA <– The one is interesting. It is found on BBB, but is not in the CA Secretary Of State dB records
- Cloud Imperium Games LLC, Santa Monica, CA
- Cloud Imperium Games Texas LLC, West Hollywood, CA
- Cloud Imperium Games Texas LLC, Austin, TX
- Cloud Imperium Games UK Limited, UK
- Foundry 42 Limited, UK
- Foundry 42, Germany
- Gemini 42 Entertainment LLC, West Hollywood, CA
- Gemini 42 Productions LLC, Santa Monica, CA
- Roberts Space Industries Corp, West Hollywood, CA
- Roberts Space Industries International Limited, UK
- Twin Brothers Production Inc, West Hollywood, CA
- Twin Bros, Germany
In case you missed my Tweet earlier today. Foundry 42 UK have filed their accounting. It doesn’t look good. They’re low on cash.
And that number you see as them being owed money, is probably from funding since the company doesn’t have anything to sell which would lead to them being owed money.November 5, 2015 at 11:40 am #1615Kristoffer SParticipant
I apologise if my comment sounded condescending or offended you, that really wasn’t my intention at all!
I was merely pointing out that CIG has pretty much the same refund policy as Steam officially has – NOW! But that’s only for new backers, not for us OB. And unfortunately it’s the OB’s that are feeling most let down at the moment. I do hope you get your refund, no one should be a backer if they don’t want to!
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