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Tuesday, 8 September 2015

kitty07572 (Non-member)

I was chilling in Jamaa Township when this guy began dancing on the bridge, asking people to "trade spike i say no". It should've been pretty obvious this guy was a scammer, considering he was asking for spikes only.

I went up to him and asked him why we would bother trading if he would just decline, and this is where he began backpedaling. However, it did not help him in the slightest. In fact, it made the situation worse on his part. He said you could win a black long, so I asked him why he couldn't just do a draw for it. He ignored my question though, as another person sitting on the bridge asked him to put it on trade.

He said "ok brb", and went brb for a minute. We started laughing about the fact he was likely taking it out of a backup. A few minutes later, he came back, but refused to show it. A little bit of arguing between the two people later, and the guy ran off.
Report him for scamming.

Status: No One Harmed


  1. The annoying thing about scammers is they lack common sense while attempting to scam. And it's so obvious he's a scammer - not at all rare looking, probably decently new/backup account, flawed tactics, etc. Their stupidity is quite annoying sometimes.

    1. ikr, but on the plus side, we can stay away from them because they are almost screaming I'M A SCAMMER