I am posting again because I cannot reply any further to my other thread. I don't think my point got through but what I'm trying to say is, the rules and judgments the staffs have to take are way too mechanical. I understand that many people can just go around saying they got scammed, however, is it not possible for staffs to judge based on various factors which contribute to the belief that the person is a scammer such as reputation from inside the server and from other servers, his other server ban histories or by a should-be determining factor where a screenshot is taken where you purchase something stupid for an absurd amount of money? This is a way to purely make the server better. Given my points, who would you choose if you were to do a bet with money? I hope this gives you a better insight into what I'm trying to get through. It's practically missing the opportunity to reduce unwanted scammers in the server because of some rules that you can't bend rules for the better. | | \/ This is my last post: Just today, I lost 12 million on Skyblock from a person who messaged me and claimed that he was giving an iron golem spawner to me for free. I accepted the offer and tp-ed to a chest in front with a sign that read "Free" and "spawner". As soon as I clicked it, I bought a stick for 12.2 million and he banned me. He then reset the island to make it realistic. This is not sufficient evidence according to the rules which reads that you need video evidence. My laptop can't run video recording software and as I search his name up on google, he's a person who's been banned on other servers for the exact same reason. As I check, all these evidence are screenshots. Aside from this, why in the world would I buy a stick for 12.2 million. Not only can I not earn my money back, but I can't even get him banned? I feel like this is illogical and lacks reasoning to keep this player in the server. Loosening rules including the allowance of screenshots as evidence should be a viable option as I can guarantee most of the people would agree. This frustration keeps the experience of playing not as fun as it should be and I really hope you take this into consideration. It almost seems as if the rules are biased for the scammers.