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September 15, 2014, 09:24:05 PM
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How exactly does the trust system work? Is it possible for someone to give another completely innocent user on here a bad rating, with the red text "scammer, trade with caution"?

Because recently I got threatened to pay someone for a product I didn't actually want, it was messaged to me.










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September 15, 2014, 09:55:09 PM
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How exactly does the trust system work? Is it possible for someone to give another completely innocent user on here a bad rating, with the red text "scammer, trade with caution"?

Because recently I got threatened to pay someone for a product I didn't actually want, it was messaged to me.


The trust system is not moderated; Yes, it is possible. However, unless the user's in default trust the feedback is useless.

Can you post the user's account info along with proof of the attempted extortion here?

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September 15, 2014, 10:08:15 PM
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How exactly does the trust system work? Is it possible for someone to give another completely innocent user on here a bad rating, with the red text "scammer, trade with caution"?

Because recently I got threatened to pay someone for a product I didn't actually want, it was messaged to me.


The trust system is not moderated; Yes, it is possible. However, unless the user's in default trust the feedback is useless.

Can you post the user's account info along with proof of the attempted extortion here?

Thanks.

No way I'm posting his information until AFTER he mars my trust rating

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September 15, 2014, 11:38:51 PM
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He talking about me. I make threat about drawing anything for tips. When i post price he write "alright" and i draw some picture. When i send him that and want my money he say " i joke". This is not ok for me and i give him - trust.
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September 15, 2014, 11:44:08 PM
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Either way if the person threatening to negative trust you is not on the default trust list then it will really not have any impact on your ability to conduct business on here.

As stated above the trust system is not moderated (I don't believe it is moderated at all). You should also remember that anyone that is blackmailing you like this is unlikely going to be very trustworthy in the first place
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September 16, 2014, 12:03:37 AM
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He talking about me. I make threat about drawing anything for tips. When i post price he write "alright" and i draw some picture. When i send him that and want my money he say " i joke". This is not ok for me and i give him - trust.
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I said "bahahahha alright", I am sorry you misunderstood.

When you said you'd draw "Anything", I joked about you drawing female genitalia for half a dollar.

Anyway, if you were really expecting me to pay you, you would have left your Bitcoin wallet at least, but instead, you just linked the image on the forum.

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September 16, 2014, 12:37:57 AM
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I want to send wallet add when you tell my "picture is okay". Guys drawing couple dicks for money yesterday i think you are ok but you are just not good guy.
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