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September 08, 2015, 08:04:49 AM
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Is there a way to see the past rating I had received but which got deleted a few days ago?

It is not possible to archive it, I think, since everything relating to trust feedbacks only get visible when you login.
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September 08, 2015, 08:31:19 AM
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I removed a trust that I left you. I am allowed to do that, I can change my mind about vouching for someone whenever I want to. I didn't remove any other trusts or give any new positive trust. I gave negative trust to TSP because he became neutral trusted when QS was removed from DT and I also put a note on turtlehurricane that he had a recent scam accusation. Feel free to twist my words and this situation around and use it to attack/slander me if thats what you want to do, I don't care.
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September 08, 2015, 08:31:47 AM
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No. Unfortunately trust ratings are in no way saved.

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September 08, 2015, 08:43:12 AM
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I removed a trust that I left you. I am allowed to do that, I can change my mind about vouching for someone whenever I want to. I didn't remove any other trusts or add any new ones except to the two obvious scammers. Feel free to twist this around and use it to slander me, I don't care.

Couldn't you have just replied to my PM and say it WAS related to QS?
You are allowed, but people don't usually remove feedbacks for something totally unrelated. I don't mind about my trust ratings much, but it tells where you stand.

Thanks for confirming you did, lol. I had no way of being sure.


No. Unfortunately trust ratings are in no way saved.

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September 08, 2015, 08:44:58 AM
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Couldn't you have just replied to my PM and say it WAS related to QS?

Thanks for confirming you did, lol. I had no way of being sure.

There you go, twisting my words. You have severe reading comprehension issues.
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September 08, 2015, 08:47:05 AM
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Couldn't you have just replied to my PM and say it WAS related to QS?

Thanks for confirming you did, lol. I had no way of being sure.

There you go, twisting my words. You have severe reading comprehension issues.

You remove a year old rating yesterday (or the day before. No idea), and post hours later in that thread. That was how I saw it, sorry, if it was just another coincidence. Wink

No need it to add it back. I just wanted to know for sure..

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