There is some misunderstanding regarding this that I'd like to clear up.
I'm going to quote myself, from a thread I'd started in TalkGold:
For those of you whose OutX's were processed recently [general reminder to everyone else who should know this already]:
Unless GDT, Inc. is processing your OutX request themselves,[and you'll be able to tell from looking at your e-bullion or e-gold account history] said OutX is being processed by a DXMerchant with sufficient funds available to do so.
Why don't any of you send DXSupport a thread asking this question:
"How many listed OutX's waiting to be processed are there relative to the number of active DXMerchants?"
DXAdministration has the capability to determine whose OutX request gets put before the DXMerchant for processing when he/she is on the Console and states how much digital currency he/she has available, however in most cases, it's the DXMerchant who is processing the OutX's.
So, for those of you here in this forum to advocate that fresh funds not be circulated into the DXSystem, because you think it's a scam, I have to wonder WHY you would expect your OutX's to be processed any faster than they have been, if at all.
Has it occured to you how a DXMerchant gets funds into their digital currency accounts to process OutX's in the first place?
So, what do you accomplish by trying to convince said DXMerchants that they shouldn't process any OutX's on their Console? .
Are you really expecting GDT, Inc. to process all of the pending OutX requests?...
If any of you decide to read that thread, you'll notice the hostility leveled towards me for even bringing the issue up. Here's an opinion that sums up certain people's perceptions [emphasis in bold is mine]:
For me, the matter is rather simple. I believe DXIO is a criminal enterprise. I'm not going to advocate that anyone participate in it in any fashion. I admit it took me some months to come to such a definte position. For a while I still hedged my bets, managed my portfolio, hoped it might turn around. Now I don't care if it becomes profitable again. I think it is a scam.
I understand that if everyone followed my advice, people with funds tied up in portfolios and AB, or other internal structures of the system would lose those funds. Unfortunately, that is what happens when you do business with criminals. You get ripped off. The fault lies with the criminals, not with those who discourage people from doing business with criminals.
If you want to get funds out of DXIO at this point, convince your law enforcement agencies to do something. Don't try to convince people to continue to sink money into a scam. Otherwise, accept that you made a bad decision, lost because of it, and move on. I have chosen the latter course, except to hang around here because I'm interested in seeing how the story ends.
This particular individual had a Merchant Console that has been restricted by DXSupport for lack of use.
I have no interest in trying to change his mind about anything. Also, I won't be wasting any time trying to convince anyone else who shares this point of view, who I can expect to take action of the basis of their perception of the reality of the situation.
Since I have approached the management of my Console and Portfolios under the perception that the DXSystem is legitimate, I will be at odds with any and everyone who shares the above stated point of view.
Nothing personal, but I started the Moorish Treasury as an honest program, and I will end it as an honest program, irregardless of the preceptions of those who in my opinion, have really gotten too used to losing money in the HYIP arena.
When a DXUser makes a request of DXSupport that their OutX request be processed, if GDT, Inc. doesn't process that OutX request, then it is processed by a DXMerchant.
DXAdministration manually presents that particular OutX request to the next DXMerchant on his/her Console who states that he/she has sufficient funds available in their digital currency accounts to process it.
Were it not for this manual intervention, I have reason to believe that the software programming responsible for determining which OutX request gets placed before an active DXMerchant for processing would simply run it course.