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June 28, 2019, 02:35:33 PM
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a) the bounty / airdrop / giveaway / whatever doesn't require them.
b) the bounty / airdrop / giveaway / whatever is breaking the rules.
c) the user is already prohibited from participating on the forum (e.g. his other account got banned)


I've updated the stickied thread to clarify what I mean by "not required" or "not allowed"
What if they have not stated they require the posts on their thread but are requiring it on their discord? Are you looking that into depth or should be stated on their bounty thread that these proof of authentication posts are required? I would like to help reporting stuff in the bounty sub forum but have never really understood the specifics of authentication posts.
Stating it in outside sources is fine as well (though there could be some edge cases I haven't considered). I'd limit the reporting to cases where the giveaway breaks the forum's rules or the OP explicitly stated that he doesn't require users to post PoA posts. If you're 100% (or at least like 99%) sure that there is no requirement to post PoA posts (a quick Google / DuckDuckGo / Startpage search will usually reveal something if there is one), go ahead and report them.

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June 29, 2019, 08:23:33 AM
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Thanks for the explanation. That's basically what I thought.

If a bounty requires an authentication post, users are allowed to make one as long as they are not taking part in an illegal activity such as a forum giveaway or they are not ban evading. Makes sense.

But what the bounty hunters probably don't know is that if the bounty itself is breaking the forum rules by organising an on-forum giveaway, any POA post by bounty hunters can get their accounts banned! This should be their main focus because they are probably thinking nothing will happen to them and in case the thread is against the rules it will just get trashed and they wont face any consequences.

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July 05, 2019, 11:54:20 PM
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Prove of authentication simply means you are a partaker in the bounty.. That's a bounty rule for those that are doing bounties through Facebook and Twitter..they normally link their work of the task they carried out

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August 07, 2019, 06:10:49 PM
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I see nothing wrong with proof of authentication. Proof of authentication is to identify you're joining the bounty through social network either Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. The proof of authentication is where you'll be posting all your work with link and details about your account

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