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August 19, 2018, 08:24:59 AM
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... "investigations" board (under Scam Accusations), which is only visible to Members and above....
My question is - what if someone needs help with doxxing but s/he is not a Member yet?

i.e: I need someone who can offer doxing scammer for me. (Not Free)
This topic has created by a Newbie and seems like s/he can not access the Investigationssection.

What solution do we have for this user?


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Seems like it has been asked...
So when newbies (or juniors) post stuff that would go into the Investiation board, what's the right move for that?

It has to be moved to Investigations. Unfortunately, there's no way that I can easily make the forum allow them to see just their own thread, which would be ideal. I guess they'll have to work through a Member+ mediator. It might be helpful if some people would volunteer to act as mediators in these cases, and then I could list them in a sticky.
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Instead, Copper-membership could work as a solution?

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August 20, 2018, 10:02:05 PM
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Instead, Copper-membership could work as a solution?

I think that sells the board out a bit too quickly doesn't it.

If someone like a solicitor or law enforcement were trying to linger there to see if there was anything they could prosecute over, all they have to do is pay $10 for a "reader" account of that board.

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August 21, 2018, 10:39:46 AM
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There are two variables I can think of for the Investigation section:

1. Deep-web: The logic from theymos is very clear about it.
The reason that doxxing has been allowed up until now is that it's occasionally very useful in scam investigations. However, oftentimes doxxing someone is used as a weapon in itself instead of a part of any investigation, and as a result innocent people are sometimes hurt. So to protect the innocent while hopefully not hampering scam investigations too much,

2. Rank requirement: It's not clear why is this minimum rank requirement that someone has to be at-least a member.

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If someone like a solicitor or law enforcement were trying to linger there to see if there was anything they could prosecute over, all they have to do is pay $10 for a "reader" account of that board.
There should not be any harm since the information are actually on the deep-web.

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August 21, 2018, 11:43:03 AM
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Copper-membership could work as a solution ?

Yes. I have remember, I was bought copper membership & investigation board was visible. But I don't know why admin disable it for Jr. & newbie. If some one open investigation tread against any ICO or against new members, they will not able to reply there unless they buy copper membership.
Btw, at least there is solution. If need to answer they can buy copper membership.

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August 24, 2018, 09:24:50 PM
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bump for visibility... Although I am pretty sure this will be forgotten soon like we do when we ask anything to theymos except onetime - I was lucky that he responded with a quote  Grin

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