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June 19, 2013, 07:02:05 PM
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I think a top 10/20 of the most users with the highest trust should be listed on a leader board somewhere. Then when I need a service/item I can then refer to that leader board to see who sells what item/service and contact them and feel a lot safer.
It becomes obvious when people have sock puppets so that is no a issue. Least this way I can look at the top people and use the search function to see if they sell the thing that I want.


Obviously this may not be necessary, but it could make things a lot easier for people who don't know reputable members.

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June 19, 2013, 07:05:37 PM
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Trust isn't global so this wouldn't work.  Trust scores for users are based off of who you have in your trust network.
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Trust isn't global so this wouldn't work.  Trust scores for users are based off of who you have in your trust network.

Dammit, I forgot about that. Silly me.

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