"This user is the main account of the scammer called "LimitedTimeFlex". LimitedTimeFlex asked another user to borrow an item, after gaining the item he then decides to trade it to another user and claim it was an accident. Our team thought that this could have been an alternative account so we decided to IP check them to see if they were linked or not. It turned out that the accounts were linked."
"The scammer messaged the victim to ask if they could borrow 20 bucks and wear the Cardboard Basil that they own in which the victim agreed to, but the scammer never returned the item or paid back the 20 bucks when the victim asked to take it back and his alternate accounts are .special storage. and rhombus."
"This user asked to borrow muke crown, after gaining trust by borrowing and returning the diving helmet with the victim. After receiving muke crown he refused to return it for a while. After receiving extreme backlash from the community he returned the muke crown in exchange for an item worth around 2k more than the dairy splash was originally supposed to give back. Although vitality returned the muke crown, he didn't return the extra value he requested until a later period of time."
"User attempted to scam another user by saying they'll protect their password and items, they used multiple other accounts to speak to the victim and had advised that the Password Protector account they used to message most of the time on was legitimate and trustworthy, though that turned out to be a lie in the end to try and steal authorisation of the account."
"User attempted to trick people out of their bits or bucks by setting up a fake lottery in which unsuspecting users purchased a shirt in the exciting anticipation of winning the prize which was a supposed 20k bucks, however that turned out to be a complete lie, hence showing the user tricked and scammed these unfortunate users. In addition he tried to bribe NitroSense to take him off the scammer list."
"Solicited a scam with two other users which would involve the victim trading their entire inventory to the scammer. The excuse given was wanting to borrow items to wear, even though this would involve trading multiple copies of some items for no purpose. The messages shown in this report have been internally verified by an administrator."