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Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Poetic10 (Non-member)


Hello Jammers! Cerise here. A few days ago, when I was wreaking havoc in one of the player-hosted medieval parties, this girl came in and started advertising for a spike "giveaway". She said that the next trade she accepted would win a spike, which she showed no evidence of even owning.


I went up and asked her why we couldn't just trade directly for the spike, and she ignored me, not even putting forth any effort to come up with some lame excuse (that I wouldn't have bought anyway). I continued to ask her until someone traded her, and she accepted. The winner of the giveaway asked her for the spike, and Poetic responded by saying "ok hold on". She then proceeded to immediately leave the party.


I asked the victim what they lost, and they just said they lost round glasses. Either this scammer doesn't know how to scam properly, or they just have unbelievably low standards. Whatever it is, be sure to watch out for this girl and report her for scamming.

Status: 1 Harmed


12 comments:

  1. lol shee is a nerd beekus shee liyks poems

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    1. Personally I don't see how liking poems makes you a nerd.
      One can simply be someone that appreciates poetry without attaining high grades.

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    2. fem ur picture reminds me of a big gassy fart being held in and not let out for a long time and then finally being let out and it smells so bad and then spongebob eats it and then he farts and stuff and then that stupid make it pop show comes and farts on ur picture because of how farty it is

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    3. I'm not quite sure how it reminds you of that, but that is a rather peculiar critique. It's actually a drawing of a multiverse from an artist's view (I didn't draw it though; I found it in a book).

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    4. thats copyright tho

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    5. You must have a poor conception of what copyright is, in that case. From the way you're wording your sentences, I can conclude that you are indeed under the age of 13 and you are too young to be on the internet. I suggest you stop commenting now.

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    6. Too young to be on the internet? For your information, Animal Jam is an internet game that's meant for little 8 year olds.

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    7. Correction, it is intended for children, not a particular age group. By internet, I meant websites that are not games meant as safe havens for children. Judging by the fact this child is resorting to fart "jokes" and talking about SpongeBob, I highly doubt they are old enough to be allowed anywhere outside of Animal Jam.

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    8. Yeah, the fart joke guy kinda did sound really young, though..

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  2. CERISE!!!!!! There's a new scam going around where people say "Doing the necklace to spike challenge, spare me a rare?" And they have a bunch of necklaces on trade. Then, once they get a rare, they go to a different place and do it again and just keep getting rares!

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    1. o i heard of that. maybe u guys should add it to the types of scams list?

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    2. The necklace to spike challenge isn't actually a scam, it's the way people are abusing it. The purpose of the challenge is to work for your items, not mooch off other people.
      If you see somebody saying that, just tell them that they're not supposed to disclose that they're doing the challenge because it defeats the entire purpose of the challenge. They're kind of like birthday scammers - you can never tell if they're actually scamming, so the most you can do is just tell them off.

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