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May 02, 2018, 07:17:47 PM
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Do you never forgive mistakes someone did because he had no idea they are "mistakes" or "wrong"

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May 02, 2018, 07:31:38 PM
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But these transactions on the contrary confirm that I was just trading with a person.
He tagged you because he suspected you of trading merits, and it's pretty obvious that's what you were doing.  You apparently just admitted it, so it's an open-and-shut case, no? 

People who abuse the merit system deserve negative trust, and apologies aren't worth anything.  The trend seems to be to apologize as soon as you're caught doing something wrong and promise you'll never do it again.  I don't buy such apologies.  The trust should stay, as a punitive measure for you and as a deterrent for anyone else who might be considering doing what you did.

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But these transactions on the contrary confirm that I was just trading with a person.
He tagged you because he suspected you of trading merits, and it's pretty obvious that's what you were doing.  You apparently just admitted it, so it's an open-and-shut case, no?  

People who abuse the merit system deserve negative trust, and apologies aren't worth anything.  The trend seems to be to apologize as soon as you're caught doing something wrong and promise you'll never do it again.  I don't buy such apologies.  The trust should stay, as a punitive measure for you and as a deterrent for anyone else who might be considering doing what you did.

And do not read what's the matter of fate!
I traded not Merit with a person but tokens, and it was much earlier than the introduction of the system is measuring. What kind of deserved punishment do you end up talking about, if I did not trade with merits of trade operations?
I apologized for using the system without knowing how and what works, just scattered what people were and everything is not a violation of the rules, just a small mistake for which I just ask you not to strictly punish.
I do not feel much guilt in this, and therefore I do not stop trying to reach out to actmyname, that he would reconsider his position. Why be so principled, but we are all human beings and make mistakes.


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