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November 11, 2017, 09:45:05 AM
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RECENTLY, I was involved in a transaction. The person involved brought to my attention that they rated my trust & had someone else do it as well. It's not showing up. Maybe the moderator deleted it. Why would this happen?
The people who left you trust aren't in Default Trust.
To see their feedback, go to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=1285929, click Untrusted feedback > Show ratings.

Do I have to believe you sold Twitter accounts for 0.5BTC and bought a Twitter account for 0.2BTC?

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November 11, 2017, 02:12:32 PM
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I think that you need to give helpful advices to other people to get some trust,but as a beginner its hard to do that...
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November 12, 2017, 04:20:31 AM
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The last person who told me he was trustworthy was a car salesman.

I didn't buy the car.  Know why?   

If you have to tell me you're trustworthy you're probably not. 
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November 12, 2017, 02:14:23 PM
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The last person who told me he was trustworthy was a car salesman.

I didn't buy the car.  Know why?   

If you have to tell me you're trustworthy you're probably not. 

hehehe... this is so true!!!
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November 13, 2017, 09:56:08 AM
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Gaining trust is a step by step process here you'll need to prove yourself first to the moderators and everyone here in the forum that you have the extensive knowledge and someone that can be depend upon by conducting successful transaction to anyone not by stealing or scamming their bitcoin. You'll need to rank up first and conduct a fruitful information to everyone through your postings.
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November 14, 2017, 11:18:49 AM
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Willing to show someone that I can be trusted since I'm a newbie. This website is very helpful to the good people I see.
So you just decided to ask for positive trust kindly Cheesy as I noticed only managers and moderators have it and about ordinary users I really don't know how Tebet earned that, but the fact is positive trust have only legendary and hero members.

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November 14, 2017, 11:54:57 AM
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Willing to show someone that I can be trusted since I'm a newbie. This website is very helpful to the good people I see.
So you just decided to ask for positive trust kindly Cheesy as I noticed only managers and moderators have it and about ordinary users I really don't know how Tebet earned that, but the fact is positive trust have only legendary and hero members.

Incorrect.

I was a newbie when I gained my first trust rating on this forum.

You can gain trust at any rank by proving yourself trustworthy (not scamming people, sticking to agreements made, etc) during trades with other members. The ratings that make a difference to your overall score come from users in Default Trust, of which there are plenty in the collectibles sub-forum.

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November 15, 2017, 04:59:09 PM
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Gain friends. Preferably influentual ones. Or ramble with a sack of Bitcoins. People here will do anything for Bitcoins.
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November 16, 2017, 01:55:42 PM
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It is Possible, But Not in The Way of Asking For it. Trust Feedback is gained through Process of Showing how You Are Thoughtful, Trustworthy, Professional and Reliable. A Person Who is Not Fooling others and have The passion to Help and be Educated in A Fair Way Really Deserves a Positive Trust Feedback.
Don't Long For it, Instead Do Things in The Way Your Nature of Thinking wants to do. Many Campaign Managers Have Positive Trust Feedback because They Deserve it, Because They Respect Themselves that is Why They Respect others, And That's How They Gain Trust not By Asking.

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November 20, 2017, 04:37:50 AM
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plenty people talks about TRUST but in reality only few be trusted....Let's say no to scamming and hacking.
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November 20, 2017, 08:00:27 AM
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Being trustworthy is not just simply asking for it but it builds up overtime. You can help some people in the forum or have successful transactions so that they will just simply approach you again in case they need your services or help again which means they trust you. I know it is hard for you to be trusted especially that you are a newbie but as you rank up and gain some trust of the reputable members in this forum then you can easily gain the trust of some people if someone would vouch for you and as long as you don't do something untrustworthy.

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November 22, 2017, 02:19:13 PM
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Being trustworthy is not just simply asking for it but it builds up overtime. You can help some people in the forum or have successful transactions so that they will just simply approach you again in case they need your services or help again which means they trust you. I know it is hard for you to be trusted especially that you are a newbie but as you rank up and gain some trust of the reputable members in this forum then you can easily gain the trust of some people if someone would vouch for you and as long as you don't do something untrustworthy.
Well said. Trust comes as a result  of our action built over a period of time.
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November 23, 2017, 07:29:09 AM
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 Cheesy The naivity!

First of all there is a difference between trust and feedback. Anyone can give you feedback, good or bad. That doesn't matter. Nobody really looks into other people's profiles to see what feedback they received. Also don't expect to just receive feedback from strangers. They are too busy with their own agenda. It's like when people buy a product. When they have nothing to complain they say nothing, but with the least of problems they will be sending their complaints.

Then there is the trust system. Trust points immediately show. When you have negative trust it will be hard for you to get bounties. These trust points are given out by moderators. These moderators are chosen by a circle of trusted members. It's a very inscesteous systemen where a certain arrived group of people keep sticking green feathers in each others behinds. And those that form a threat to their monetary agenda are given red trust. Once in a while a scammer gets red trust too, but that's just for formalities and doesn't really have the moderator's interest.
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November 25, 2017, 09:58:57 PM
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Willing to show someone that I can be trusted since I'm a newbie. This website is very helpful to the good people I see.

Do you want to buy anything? Games? Domino's Pizza gift cards?

Do it on here! That's the easiest way to gain a lot of trust here. If you complete as many of your trades through here, you will start gaining a lot of legitimate trust (opposed to trust farming, which I'd consider illegitimate trust).

Though I wonder what you want to do with that trust... Escrow a large trade and run away with the funds?
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November 25, 2017, 10:55:41 PM
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In my view, positive trust rating is good. It may be useful for areas of this forum I have not been familiar. But the trust rating you should avoid by all means is the negative trust. It will deny you so much opportunities.

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November 26, 2017, 09:09:12 AM
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In my view, positive trust rating is good. It may be useful for areas of this forum I have not been familiar. But the trust rating you should avoid by all means is the negative trust. It will deny you so much opportunities.
That is true. Sometimes red trust however cannot be avoided. For instance when moderators support the hidden agenda's of their green friends, or when they simply feel annoyed by your presence.
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November 26, 2017, 03:26:29 PM
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In my view, positive trust rating is good. It may be useful for areas of this forum I have not been familiar. But the trust rating you should avoid by all means is the negative trust. It will deny you so much opportunities.
That is true. Sometimes red trust however cannot be avoided. For instance when moderators support the hidden agenda's of their green friends, or when they simply feel annoyed by your presence.
In my view, positive trust rating is good. It may be useful for areas of this forum I have not been familiar. But the trust rating you should avoid by all means is the negative trust. It will deny you so much opportunities.

I hope that you two do understand that what you posted was COMPLETELY IRRELEVANT to the topic?

The question was "How can you get trust?"
Then you answer "You should avoid red trust!"

Is that a valid answer? Nope.
Are your posts spam? Yup!
Are you safe? Nope.
Are you getting what you're recommending others to avoid? If you continue, Yup!

I highly recommend that you start improving your post quality.

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November 26, 2017, 04:56:24 PM
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I think that if you want to gain trust you must not do it artificaly.the trust comes when you help people by posting relevant posts,wich are really helpful for them.you must be honest and you olso must  have enaugh knowledge,Share your knowledge with others and do not lie them who don’t understand things.don’t post only to improve your rank.If you have to do anything else with others, you must take into account his interests,with yours,so no one wil suffer in this situation and all will be satisfied.so if you want to gain trust as my opinion you must do it in good faith!

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November 27, 2017, 02:41:56 PM
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Willing to show someone that I can be trusted since I'm a newbie. This website is very helpful to the good people I see.

I think its hard to get the trust of anyone. Because we are all anonymous here. I think it base on your reputation if you are good or not. I noticed it on some campaign managers because they always holding the payments for the participants of the campaign. Hard to find a trusted one so its not easy to easy to have it.

Focus on learning...
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November 30, 2017, 04:40:28 AM
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Trust will follow if you prove yourself to everyone that your someone deserving of trust rating by doing some of these things like for example providing fruitful information in which everyone can benefit on through your post, making a smooth transaction with someone without abiding the rules, and basically following the rules around here in this forum.

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