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Saturday, 16 July 2016

mitch2013 (member)

Hey guys! Brave here, and today while I was in Coral Canyons trading and stuff, I saw mitch2013 advertising something. He was saying "Gift me I will reply with a pink headdress." I found this very suspicious, so I decided to send her a masterpiece that I made. 2 minutes later I still had no response.


He continued to advertise, and eventually,  more and more people started gifting him. Someone finally said "I gifted you" and he responded with "Sorry I didn't check my JAGS" I then said to him, "You know, I gifted you about 5 minutes ago, and you STILL didn't check your jamagrams." Then, this girl came in and hosted an adventure. So, mitch2013 finlly had a way to escape the situation, and he did. He joined the adventure and disappeared. 

In conclusion, this proves that when somebody says something like "If you send me something, I will send some really rare item back," there is always a chance that you will get scammed. So, if I were you, try your best to just avoid these types of scams, because you never know when you can trust somebody or not. Also, if you ever see this person walking around Jamaa saying stuff like this, don't trust them.

Status: 1+ Harmed

10 comments:

  1. That chance is pretty high.

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  2. Earlier today I found a possible scammer, images: http://imgur.com/a/8HuVz
    She claimed it was her birthday and was asking for spikes. She said she needed them to disperse among her friends, doesn't that seem nice? I honestly don't have much proof it was a real scammer, but most of the time these are scams. Could have been just a normal person doing something nice, but I doubt it. I just wanted to notify people about her. <3

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  3. "There is always a chance you will get scammed" more like "kid, you gonna get scammed." If you see someone asking to swap a gift for a better gift, simply ask them why you cant trade directly for the item, and if they can't come up with a logical explanation as to why not, report them and walk away. If they claim their trading alone was disabled by AJHQ, know that AJHQ only disables trading and gifting at the same time, never only one.

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  4. "There is always a chance you will get scammed" more like "kid, you gonna get scammed." If you see someone asking to swap a gift for a better gift, simply ask them why you cant trade directly for the item, and if they can't come up with a logical explanation as to why not, report them and walk away. If they claim their trading alone was disabled by AJHQ, know that AJHQ only disables trading and gifting at the same time, never only one.

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  5. You need proof you sent them... Although they are a scammer, nonetheless...

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  6. That elephant tho

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