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1. Script Author: @HeyImJamie
2. Link to Script's Thread: 

3. Date Purchased: image.thumb.png.6ac3a4ce8315c40c85562c2a206865f9.png
JBotStarter - NMZ Ed. Fri, 12 Jun 2020 15:11:40 +0000
JBotStarter - GDK Ed.
Tue, 26 May 2020 17:31:49 +0000 4. What type of duration did you purchase: As showed in the screenshot attached Two weeks of NMZ Ed. and One month for GDK Ed. 5. Proof that you have tried contacting the author about your issue(s): It's not that the scripter ignores my bug reports, there are simply too many and in some cases it takes a long time to fix. 6. Issue(s): These are more recent, I've had more issues than listed here below :
As you can see in most of my screenshots I've edited some of the "Bug reports" to make it clear what's the issue without looking at the screenshot I provide or the debugs, to clarify Jamie doesn't ask for an explanation for bug reports)

My goal of this dispute isn't to bash on Jamie as a scripter, he does fix most of the issues (tried to include his response in the screenshots) I do understand that writing scripts isn't his main source of income but baby sitting the script isn't my source of income either. :)












Edit : I'm not a delusional botter who doesn't know how to use tribot, here's a link to his discord server as proof that I'm not the only one having issues with his script and if that isn't enough there are plenty of disputes involving him :)

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added his discord's server link
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Refunded both. You were a part of the initial beta so you could have just messaged me and resolved this privately. A lot of the issues reported here are due to mass accounts being run, which I agree is what the script should be used for, but the current framework struggles with. I'll be going through each quest soon with a newer framework to allow the script to recover from all situations, rather than requiring it to be run from the start every time. :)


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