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Thursday, September 16th 2010, 11:35am

The most common type of daily fraud in the game

I am writing this topic to teach the players, especially the new ones, about the most common type of fraud that can be encountered in game. Do not think that you can’t be swindled in this way, because it can happen to everyone, to some easier, to some harder, but everyone can be swindled.

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One of the most popular versions of Fraud: Player-X offers you something to buy, or wants to buy something from you, after you trade, you enter a money player, click on the circle in its upper corner, and click confirmation after that. Suddenly he cancels his thing. Naturally you ask the questions “What happened?”. He assures you that this is just a bug in the game, and everything is OK, that it is the usual lag, and requests that you re-press OK and then confirmation. He’s persuasive, and it really is a bargain, so you reluctantly agree. And you, in the end you agree. Congratulations, you have successfully been swindled of your money.

[/LIST] This option is also very popular - player-X writes in chat, that he will borrow something from you, for money, of course, or it may be a friendly guy, someone that easily offers to help you in sticky situations, and helps you fight while grouping with you, then, when you trust him, he or she once inadvertently asked you to lend you some kind of thing. Very often this is done when the other character has a women's profile, but often this is not a girl, just a guy who has been specifically chosen a female profile))).

Once you give him/her something, you can say goodbye to the friendship, and to the object.

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The third type of swindling, came with professions, it is a very cunning way to cheat you, and it is very difficult to prove.

Principle: Player's create an Internet site, and say it was for a guild of some professions. What does this mean? It means that this group of players of any one profession where you offer assistance, recipes, resources, and may address some problems in the profession. You are invited to register on the site, under only one condition: you must register your nickname and a password, which you use in the game so that everyone knows who you are.
In 90% of cases that occur afterwards the player-X, that created the site, is on to you, and when you go off-line, logs on to your account, and takes away all that he can.

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You are a nice lass/lad, you’re new to the game, a cute person of the opposite sex approaches you, you get acquainted, you write poems and serenades to each other, fall in “virtual” love, exchange photos, speak day and night, and after a while Player-X offers to help level your character by exchanging passwords. He/she will gladly give it’s password first, then you give yours and BAM.. char stolen, password stolen, all items go to the other guy, who runs them thru a series of multies and then they disappear.

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This type of swindling is based on threats or the offering of certain privileges in the game.

Player-X meets with you, and says that he has a very good friend in admin, or even his brother, or a relative.

Then he threatens you, or that you are toast, if you do not give him everything, or says that you will get advantages the game, as his friend Admin))) will certainly give you stuff.

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And the last type of swindling: Player-X meets with you, in private. You give him your e-mail, thinking no harm done, he doesn’t have my password. After he has your e-mail, he creates an e-mail, similar to administration e-mail in the game, and writes a letter, where he says that for an activation or check, you must enter your data, First Name, Last Name , year of birth, login, password. Of course, you reply and send the data, then Player X gets all the data to your character.

Everything I have written are the most popular types of schemes, of course much more complex frauds exist, but these are the most common.

<b><font color="red">The main rules that you must abide: </font></b>

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Look closely at trade, only trade when the other offers what he promised. The game does not have lags where items do not show. The game has two protection filters. Take great care, you both pressed ok, and the item is there. IF he removes the item, you must click OK again!!

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Do not believe anyone, and do not rent money and belongings, to unknown, or untrustworthy persons. Always write your deals in forum, if they are there, and approved by a guard, chances are a lot higher you’ll be able to get your money/items back.

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Do not enter into any Guild on obscure sites, but if you do decide to do so,do not use the same e-mail/password, you used when registering for the game.

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Trade only with persons you know well, and always try to write the trade in forums. Otherwise, guards will have a very hard time trying to help you…

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Do not believe players who pretend to be friends admins, even if it so, admins do not give special privileges to players, much less to friends of friends of friends of admins))))

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If you decide you like someone and wish to communicate by e-mail, sharing photos, then make a different e-mail, do not give your game e-mail!!!

[RIGHT]Remember all can be fraud, small and big, do not think yourself invincible. So take care. Be careful, and good luck)

Copywrite xaxam 2008. Translation by Irish[/RIGHT]