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November 03, 2015, 09:20:15 AM
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i dont even know why people seem so eager to escrow other than to pull off a scam, escrowing deals seems more of a hassle; if something goes wrong with the deal its your responsibility to resolve the issues, and if you mess up somewhere its up to you to reimburse the parties affected.

Imagine someone doing escrow 10 times successfully.
People on 11th time will go to him
escrow is the fastest way to earn trust imo than just trading and posting around board
escrowing shouldnt be seen as a way to earn trust. anyone who goes in with that mindset, imo, is sketchy at best. escrow  is something offered as a protective service for other forum members because you are deemed trustworthy by the majority to be trusted with a sum of money. in short, its the other way around; you escrow because you are trusted (and willing to offer your time), not escrow to gain trust.


Do you really think people see escrowing as a way of gaining trust? They just say that to hide their real intentions, anyone who knows how an escrow works will understand that you need to be trusted in order to be one. Do they really think anyone would use their ''escrowing service'' to scam them? You have to be pretty naive to think so.
at the very least, i think a small portion of people who try to offer these services do. and by that, i mean a very small portion. i have no doubt the majority "offer" these services with the intent to scam, but people exist that are naive enough to believe they can be trusted.
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November 03, 2015, 09:23:13 AM
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escrowing shouldnt be seen as a way to earn trust. anyone who goes in with that mindset, imo, is sketchy at best. escrow  is something offered as a protective service for other forum members because you are deemed trustworthy by the majority to be trusted with a sum of money. in short, its the other way around; you escrow because you are trusted (and willing to offer your time), not escrow to gain trust.


Do you really think people see escrowing as a way of gaining trust? They just say that to hide their real intentions, anyone who knows how an escrow works will understand that you need to be trusted in order to be one. Do they really think anyone would use their ''escrowing service'' to scam them? You have to be pretty naive to think so.

I understand what escrow means, and I know it can only be done if you are highly trusted.
but what if someone played for an year, got broke, got corrupted or just wanted to leave a life behind. Why will they not do it?

I mean someone with bad intention, good social engineering skills, and knowledge can pull it off
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