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A then 2 then C. Pro list status.

 

I agree with this. Even though I've never purchased anything directly from another player I feel if they're selling on TriBot they should have their feedback on TriBot. It promotes a sense of community and helps to reduce scams.

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Im against this, most people can prove their legitimate feedback on other websites and if they scam they will be banned on multiple sites, not just one...... Bawsz for example has 1.6k+ feedback on a different site and he can easily prove that thats him and etc and stuff. I'm not for what you're suggesting sorry.

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He means do not allow transactors to publicize the fact that they have offsite feedback to gain some grounds if they have none on TRiBot currently.

I disagree then.

 

It's up to the user if they care or not about the offsite vouches. 

 

If they care about offsite vouches, then can count them as credibility and trade. (They can request a PM on the other site to confirm identity)

If they don't care about offsite vouches, then they can simply ignore them.

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Im against this, most people can prove their legitimate feedback on other websites and if they scam they will be banned on multiple sites, not just one...... Bawsz for example has 1.6k+ feedback on a different site and he can easily prove that thats him and etc and stuff. I'm not for what you're suggesting sorry.

but it gives people the chance to have bawsz pm the buyer after a request from the seller on tribot who contacted bawsz on skype/osbot asking for a pm to user=xx

Why give them the opportunity to scam here to begin with

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but it gives people the chance to have bawsz pm the buyer after a request from the seller on tribot who contacted bawsz on skype/osbot asking for a pm to user=xx

Why give them the opportunity to scam here to begin with

Then they need to read what a PM trap is and have some common sense...... btw in PM post screenshot or logs of the convo.. sorry but if people are stupid thats not my fault.....

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I'm pretty much with YoHoJo on this one, Its up to the customer. If you advertise you have lets say 1.3k feedback on another site then come here and advertise that its up to the customer to decide wheter to consider that when looking for someone or to ignore it.

 

In no way do I believe this should be against the rules but maybe if it doesn't come under scamming false advertising could be made against the rules, eg saying you have 1.3k feedback on another site when in fact you do not.

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I feel it helps people choose those who are already well established. This allows them mitigate the risk of being scammed. Of course, if one claims to have X amount off offsite feedback and is lying, they will be banned.

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I feel it helps people choose those who are already well established. This allows them mitigate the risk of being scammed. Of course, if one claims to have X amount off offsite feedback and is lying, they will be banned.

But the idea would be for them to establish themselves within TRiBoT.

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You guys should really have a blanket rule regarding things offsite. If you're not going to bother to read into disputes from offsite, why the hell are you going to bother to make sure that feedback from offsite is legitimate? It makes no sense. If you're going to ignore the bad from offsite then also ignore the good. Bunch of hypocrites jeez.

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You guys should really have a blanket rule regarding things offsite. If you're not going to bother to read into disputes from offsite, why the hell are you going to bother to make sure that feedback from offsite is legitimate? It makes no sense. If you're going to ignore the bad from offsite then also ignore the good. Bunch of hypocrites jeez.

Disagree.

 

If someone is a KNOWN scammer offsite, then they are a scammer.

It's a black and white topic, a scammer is a scammer.

It's not really in the eyes of the user to pick, it's not like someone would think

"Oh he scammed offsite, he won't scam here, I'll try him out"

 

We (at least I), like to ban known offsite scammers (with some exceptions) in order to keep the community safe.

 

 

As for offsite vouches, as I said before, it's up to each individual buyer to decide if they care or not about them.

If they mean nothing to you, then only judge them by their TRiBoT repputation, and take the proper steps to keep yourself safe in the trade.

 

If you DO care about the offsite vouches, then simply ask for a PM on the other site to confirm, and do the trade as you please.

If they scam you, make a report, and they will be banned.

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So you ban offsite scammers even though offsite scamming isn't an offense on Tribot? That supports my reasoning behind a blanket rule you're contradicting what all the other mods have said, you guys are facilitating scammers.

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So you ban offsite scammers even though offsite scamming isn't an offense on Tribot? That supports my reasoning behind a blanket rule you're contradicting what all the other mods have said

We handle offsite scammers on a case to case basis.

This in done in order to keep the community safe and scam free.

I don't see why anyone would have any issue with this, yeah?

 

As said before, it's up to each individual user to value(or not value) offsite feedbacks though.

And there is a simple 2 step process (which I explained earlier) that the users who care can use to validate offsite feedbacks.

 

I feel like you're comparing/blurring two different things here.

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You should handle all offsite scam reports then so they can be banned.

I don't have an issue with it being handled case by case but according to other mods they won't be handled AT ALL.

And yes I've derailed the thread a bit because I'm still upset about tribot being a safe haven for offsite scammers... Sorry >_<

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You should handle all offsite scam reports then so they can be banned.

I don't have an issue with it being handled case by case but according to other mods they won't be handled AT ALL.

And yes I've derailed the thread a bit because I'm still upset about tribot being a safe haven for offsite scammers... Sorry >_<

It's not.

Anyone and everyone is free to make a dispute about offsite scammers and the mods will come to a conclusion about their fate collectively.

Sounds like you want someone banned oi, make a good dispute about it then.

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