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fatdoobie2

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So I was just making a new account, took it down to lumby swamp to train first few levels, when I see a stream of new accounts walking in to the fishing spot, all 5 seconds apart, doing the exact same thing... I wonder how long this guy's farm will last rofl

 

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he wasn't reporting he was just right clicking, and lmao that is hilarious, reminds of the chinese level 3 baldies that were ran from the rsdemon cutting yews in every f2p spot in the game.

 

edit: just saw the report abuse received, respect -1 @fatdoobie2

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lol, the report wasn't on the farm

 

edit: just because I know some of you will obsess over this.... The guy I was reporting was the guy advertising "Megabot.org", which just got shut down, and was a phishing / account stealing website. Some of his accounts were still going spamming in lumbridge

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lol, the report wasn't on the farm

 

edit: just because I know some of you will obsess over this.... The guy I was reporting was the guy advertising "Megabot.org", which just got shut down, and was a phishing / account stealing website. Some of his accounts were still going spamming in lumbridge

 

@fatdoobie2

 

Lmao sorry bro we were in the wrong, I'll tell the lynchmob to put down the pitchforks.

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Yeah pretty selfish of you to report him.. I doubt it makes your account less likely to be banned (if that's what you were thinking)

 

anyway, I wonder how much GP that guy makes a day..

 

I wish there was a dislike button just for this post :(. Snitch should get stitches, well in this case dislikes.

 

Why were you reporting him?

 

 

Why were you reporting him?

 

 

I bet the reason why ur hating this is because maybe your farm perhaps ?

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