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Friday, 5 January 2018

snazzysnazzsnazzsnaz (Non-member) + Slaycakes (Non-member)

The events of this post occurred on January 4th, 2018 at approximately 4:22 PM PST

Hello all, Dan here with an interesting pair of con artists. I unfortunately don't have pictures of them advertising the scam, as it was my buddy who alerted me to their presence, but this is what was observed inside the den of snazzysnazzsnazzsnaz (who is, in my eyes, putting a damper on my iconic username).

The first thing I saw when I came in was Slaycakes explaining what was going to be happening during what I found out was a giveaway for a blue tiki mask. Slaycakes was saying that if you were to trade [snazzysnazzsnazzsnaz] and they accepted your trade, you would win the tiki mask ("and if u are the winner trade and u trade something and she accepts"), also claiming that you would get whatever items you traded back ("she will give u back your items and also the tiki"). Someone else in the den asked them to put the tiki on trade (they did, but I didn't get a picture unfortunately).

The item we had to trade for was a rare gardening hat, definitely not a tiki mask.

 I asked them how they got the mask when they only had 6 achievements, and they claimed that they don't play the game a lot and that they apparently got it from their friend who quit. I find that hard to believe, since most people don't want to just give out stuff their friends gave them to strangers, but to each their own I suppose.

I asked them why we would have to trade to win the item if the entire point of the giveaway was to get the tiki for free, but all snazzysnazzsnazzsnaz said was "can yall read?", which wasn't an answer to my question, while Slaycakes loudly defended them saying "SHE WILL DECLINE". That just furthers the question, why should we have to trade if we know they're going to decline?

Atlantisssss, the other person in the den with me, tried to trade them and snazzyysnazzsnazzsnaz claimed that they had declined their spike. To this, Atlantis said that they had traded a rare item Monday item and not a spike ("it was a rim ,.,"). snazzysnazzsnazzsnaz then tried to cover it up by saying that Atlantis must not have meant to trade it. Sure not making yourself look very convincing there.

I continued to ask why they were doing their giveaway on what was clearly a backup account, and they claimed it's because their main account was suspended (I wonder why) and they have the tiki on a spare. This kind of contradicts what they said earlier about having not played long and only having got the tiki mask from a friend.

Atlantis and I argued with them for a little bit longer until they gave up and gave the tiki mask (that Atlantis had supposedly won) and gave it to a green eagle (whose full username I unfortunately didn't catch) in the den. I suspect the eagle to be their main account, since they barely said anything the whole time, barely moved, and only ever spoke up to defend the two partners in crime, but don't bother reporting them since I don't have any proof or their username.

After this, they locked the den. I still don't know if Slaycakes was another one of their backups or just their accomplice, but they were blatantly helping snazzysnazzsnazzsnaz in their endeavours.
Report both of them for scamming.

Verdict: Attempted Scamming

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