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March 10, 2018, 04:59:42 AM
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You can't do anything sadly. If whoever left you the negative trust is not responding then you will have to live with it.
It's really very sad not to have a second chance ... I'm very upset Cry

Well, no one said you couldn't get a second chance, but the only person that can give you that second chance is the person who gave you the negative trust.

What did you do? I haven't seen it written here, but maybe I missed it.

People abuse trust here like it's a drug. It's disgusting. Be careful with anyone that you deal with, a lot of people use negative trust as a weapon for the silliest of shit.

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May 27, 2018, 06:57:32 PM
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Hello! I also been given red trust but I really did not know that having other account is wrong I was just told by my client to buy for the posting of bounty program since I am a newbie before and cannot post images. This account is my personal account that I want to grow for my business and work as a bounty manager. They just want me to post then use this as the one to reach out to participants but now marked red. Please help me, I did not involve on fraud, scam people or anything that would deserve me a red trust. I really want to continue using this account on my future engagement on this forum. Please help me out. Thank you in advance.
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May 29, 2018, 04:37:02 PM
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I don’t think there is anyway to remove a red trust or a negative trust if the one whom you had problems with is not responding to your message or doesn’t want to work things out. My advise is continue doing bitcoin and earn those red trust back to other people.

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