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October 03, 2017, 03:51:43 PM
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Saw trusts of accounts, that I don't understand.

Example:
MrExample -2/-1 +0
MrExample (hope, user doesn't really exist) has only one bad rating. Rest are all good ratings.
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October 03, 2017, 04:49:52 PM
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Then the rest of the good ratings are untrusted and thus do not affect the trust score. Hence the only thing affecting the trust score is the one negative rating. If you want to personally see the untrusted ratings reflected in the user's trust score then you can change your trust settings respectively.

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October 03, 2017, 05:25:24 PM
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Then the rest of the good ratings are untrusted and thus do not affect the trust score. Hence the only thing affecting the trust score is the one negative rating. If you want to personally see the untrusted ratings reflected in the user's trust score then you can change your trust settings respectively.
Yes, I know. Tried out, but what does -2 mean? Bad rating by vip or similar?
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October 03, 2017, 07:41:15 PM
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Yes, I know. Tried out, but what does -2 mean? Bad rating by vip or similar?
You should read up on how trust works. There are DT1 and DT2 members who are trusted by "DefaultTrust" and DT1 members, respectively. Each user by default has DefaultTrust in their trust list and that is why DT1 and DT2 ratings are the most impactful.

A -2 trust means that a DT1 or DT2 member has given red trust to a user (or you). Note that this is only for users who have yet to modify their trustlist.

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October 03, 2017, 07:50:56 PM
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Yes, I know. Tried out, but what does -2 mean? Bad rating by vip or similar?
You should read up on how trust works. There are DT1 and DT2 members who are trusted by "DefaultTrust" and DT1 members, respectively. Each user by default has DefaultTrust in their trust list and that is why DT1 and DT2 ratings are the most impactful.

A -2 trust means that a DT1 or DT2 member has given red trust to a user (or you). Note that this is only for users who have yet to modify their trustlist.
Many thanks, now I got it Smiley
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