Known Scammers

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General advice

1. Keep in mind that anyone can very easily create a new GOG account with any name not already on the list here. This is a very common tactic when accounts get called out and put on the list.
2. Always read the rules of the trading thread, and insist on rule #6 being followed; if they refuse or hesitate/play dumb it's a first sign that it may not be a legit trade offer.
Note: regarding rule #1 - if one is new to GOG trading, and the other party has neither a proven record of honest trades or a traceable forum presence, they cannot force one to go first; if they insist and play the "have been a scam victim" card, it's likely a sign of a non-legit trade offer.
3. Always be cautious of users asking to trade via email to deliver their part of the trade, especially if they go second, or insist to go second; it's a tactic usually used by scammers. Most, if not all, legit users won't have a problem exchanging game codes via GOG's Chat.
4. Always be cautious of pictures offered as proof of what the other party has to trade as they can easily be forged, and have been used by verified scammers.
Case in point (3rd attachment) - this is a manipulated (photoshopped) screenshot made using the checkout page for the left part, and the orders history page (probably of a free game) for the right part. If it were a genuine screenshot, the darker grey background of the right part ("NOT YET REDEEMED") would extend all the way to the game pictures. Everyone can easily check this by adding a free game as a gift code to their orders history.
5. Always double check if any proof of good standing given is genuine. Impersonating accounts usually exploit the good standing of the user they impersonate. If/when given a link as proof, contact (start conversation) that person via that post; if it's a scam attempt, both the genuine user's account and the impersonator's one will show in your Chat, enabling you to spot the differences.
6. Always be on alert if/when an unknown user asks for g2a, kinguin.net, cdkeys.com, and the likes, or bundlestars keys, in exchange for their offer, as it's a very common scamming tactic.
7. Avoid trading if/when the other party is offering so called "invite codes", as there is no record of GOG providing such codes.
8. Always be cautious and on alert if/when the other trading party is unknown and claims to have nVidia or other such promo codes for GOG games - it's a practice used by verified scammers more and more often.
9. Avoid trading if/when the other party is unknown and claims to be working in a game store, and thus has practically unlimited access to promo codes; this is becoming a quite alarming trend and practice used by verified scammers.
10. Always check the list of trustworthy traders, and stick with them if possible. Also, reputable/trustworthy traders often list their successful trades in their posts in the trading thread, so keep an eye for those too.
11. Please read the "Spotting impersonating accounts" section before proceeding with a trade, if the trader is unknown to you or is not listed here. A note about a useful tool (userscript) has also been added to the section.
12. If in doubt, don't hesitate to ask for help in the trading thread, and remember to do it before, and not after, sending your games to a random person on the internet.
13. Always keep in mind that if a deal is too good to be true, it usually is too good to be true. Legit users will make a fair offer, but won't promise the moon and the stars for a much lesser return. So a too good deal is a potential sign of a not legit trade offer.
14. Some of the links given here may not redirect to the intended post due to a forum bug in threads with deleted posts. Please take the time to find the post manually in these cases; it'll only take a minute or two, but may spare you the grief of getting scammed.

Spotting impersonating accounts

Usernames appear in all capitals in chat. This makes spotting impersonating accounts more difficult. Note also that you may be the first one an impersonating account is attempting to scam (their name is not yet listed here), so be very careful before proceeding. When in doubt:

1. Copy the username from chat into a text editor. This will make the username lose its all capitals format, and make it easier to spot things like "0" (zero) in place of the letter "O", "I" or "l" in place of "1", etc.
2. Perform a search on the forum of the format from the text editor, using a third party search engine, if necessary. Chances are, that the impersonating account is abusing somebody's good standing in the trading thread.
3. Here are some other steps you can take to check if you're dealing with impersonators that try to scam you.
4. Ask them to post/reply to your own post in the trading thread to verify it's not an impersonating account.
5. If you're sure it's an impersonating account, post in the threads mentioned at the top of this page, inform the impersonated user, and contact support with all the related evidence and ask them to delete the offending account.

Keep in mind that tactics may change, so extra caution is advised.

If you are contacted by a an impersonating account, always report them to GOG Support.


NOTE 1
For users familiar with or willing to try third-party userscripts:

GOG community member adaliabooks has written, and is maintaining, the script Adalia Fundamentals which comes with the feature of automatically displaying all user names in sentence casing in GOG Chat, both in the contacts list and in the conversation area. There's also an option to display both username and registration date at the top of each conversation.
The link given above provides all necessary information on the script, and how to install and use it.

NOTE 2
Users of Adalia Fundamentals should be cautious of tactics that exploit the fact that certain letters in capital casing are identical to some letters in low casing due to the font used on the GOG site. For example, the upper-case form of the letter *I* looks identical to the low-case form of the letter *L*.

And extra step of checking for such cases is to type the username into the "Invite New Friend" box, and see what shows up.

What to do if you end up getting scammed

1. Report the scammer to GOG Support, providing all supporting evidence, screenshots of the exchange included. Ask them to lock the scammer account, and to revoke your codes if they were GOG codes.
2. If you got scammed out of non-GOG games, try to revoke your keys (example case here), or if not possible, do a chargeback via your card company or PayPal, depending the payment method you used.
3. Post in the trading and the known scammers threads to alert the community, providing all supporting evidence, screenshots of the exchange included.


Verified scammer accounts

  • .Grargar Impersonating account (Shows as ".GRARGAR" in Chat, notice the dot in front of the username; not to be confused with user Grargar)
  • 1Pie1 (aka Wakalo)
  • Abcde00 (aka nes400)
  • abop (name changed from Abcde00, aka nes400)
  • alt-demasker (aka nes400)
  • alts-demasker (aka nes400)
  • amrit9O37 Impersonating account (Shows as "AMRIT9O37" in Chat, notice the letter "O" instead of the zero "0"; not to be confused with user amrit9037) (1) Defended both doomstarz and metrofps, and scammed user kmja (see attachments for the full details); amrit9O37, doomstarz and metrofps are alt accounts of the same person
  • Anasto (aka Wakalo)
  • apehate (aka nes400 trying to impersonate apehater (Notice the missing r)
  • apehater. (aka nes400 trying to impersonate (mocking?) apehater (Notice the dot at the end). Also harasses hosts of giveaways using social engineering tactics, accusing legitimate users of being scammers; possibly attempting to gain the gifts for themselves (see second attachment)
  • aviciii
  • barth. Impersonating account (Shows as "BARTH." in Chat, notice the missing "L" after "B" and the dot at the end; not to be confused with user blarth)
  • Bisonvega (aka nes400)
  • Big__McLargeHuge Impersonating account (Notice the double underscore)
  • BranjoHeIIo (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "BRANJOHEIIO" in Chat, or as "BranjoHeIIo" (that's a double capital *i*) if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the double *I* (i) instead of the double *L* (l); not to be confused with user BranjoHello)
  • ChameleonMKX (aka nes400)
  • Che_Ape (aka nes400)
  • cellsuper (now goes by DukeMP, aka nes400)
  • cmmvn (1) (2) (aka nes400)
  • comboplayer (aka nes400)
  • cookly (aka nes400)
  • coughning (aka Wakalo)
  • D3u5eX (1.1) (1.2) (1.3) (Shows as "D3U5EX" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals)
  • daddadsad (aka Wakalo)
  • DanDome (Shows as "DANDOME" in Chat)
  • DdOs.BooSSs_T (aka nes400)
  • deepdig (1) (aka The_Maestro27, aka Wakalo)
  • del_pierro (name changed from ChameleonMKX, aka nes400)
  • Derpnshire (aka nes400)
  • djboy (aka nes400)
  • DLHGUY
  • doomstarz Attempted publicly and privately to convince an old member, kmja, to trade with metrofps (see separate entry). Also bashed amrit9037, playing the low-rep card, who tried to protect user kmja from being scammed; amrit9O37, doomstarz and metrofps are alt accounts of the same person
  • dreamer8411 (aka nes400)
  • DuckFace (aka Wakalo)
  • DukeMP (formerly known as cellsuper (compare quoted message with OP), aka nes400). Also attempted to scam user Fuin (1) (see attached screenshot)
  • DUNW24 (1)
  • EasyBuild (aka Wakalo)
  • errrrrrrr (aka nes400)
  • ert25y Also has a record of repeated attempts to scam in trades (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
  • eViL_UNioN (aka nes400)
  • FandB (1) (shows as "FANDB" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Attempted to scam user PasteurisedChrome providing the sort of "proof" mentioned in point 4 of the General advice section (3rd attachment in the first linked post)
  • fez2 (aka nes400)
  • FineTTT (1) (shows as "FINETTT" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Scammed user Blonder using the argument of point #9 of the General advice section and providing the sort of "proof" mentioned in point #4 of the General advice section (3rd attachment in the first linked post). Also attempted to scam user polymerpython (2) on the same day
  • fkkekr (aka nes400)
  • fkkk (aka nes400)
  • Frajalistic. Impersonating account (Shows as "FRAJALISTIC." in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals, notice the dot at the end; not to be confused with user Frajalistic)
  • Gayraxptq (aka nes400)
  • genkicoIIeen (1) (2.1) (2.2) (check screenshot) (3) Impersonating account (Shows as "GENKICOIIEEN" in Chat, or as "genkicoIIeen" (that's a double capital *i*) if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the double *I* (i) instead of the double *L* (l); not to be confused with user genkicolleen) See attached screenshot here
  • Gerarlt21 (1) Scammed user Bellathor using a combination of known scamming tactics (see attached screenshots)
  • GetSmart (aka Wakalo)
  • gbbt Scammed user Bottlehead1999 (1.1), (1.2) and user Wheldrake (2)
  • giorgio_manduta (aka Wakalo)
  • GOFFRIN (1) Also goes by G0FFRIN (notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O")
  • Gog8 (aka nes400)
  • Grargar. (1) (2) Impersonating account (Shows as "GRARGAR." in Chat, notice the dot at the end; not to be confused with user Grargar)
  • GREENBIRDIE
  • Grimmy22 (Shows as "GRIMMY22" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Attempted to scam user BeatriceElysia using the game store angle
  • greyfly: Additionally to scamming someone, they falsely listed successful trades that they clearly didn't make
  • grynn. Impersonating account (Notice the dot at the end; not to be confused with user grynn)
  • GundamStyle (aka Wakalo)
  • Habaner0se (1) (last attached screenshot) Impersonating account (Shows as "HABANER0SE" in Chat, or as "Habaner0se" if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the number "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user Habanerose)
  • HertogLan Impersonating account (Shows as "HERTOGLAN" in Chat, notice the letter "L" instead of the letter "J"; not to be confused with user HertogJan)
  • hummer0I0 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Impersonating account (Shows as "HUMMER0I0" in Chat, notice the letter "I" instead of the number "1"; not to be confused with user hummer010)
  • hummero1o Impersonating account (Shows as "HUMMERO1O" in Chat, or as "hummero1o" if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the letters "O" instead of the numbers zero "0"; not to be confused with user hummer010)
  • hustller (aka nes400)
  • I_LikeTurtles (aka Wakalo)
  • icecube1 (aka Wakalo)
  • impaIer26 (1) (2.1) (2.2) (3) (4) Impersonating account (Shows as "IMPAIER26" in Chat, or as "impaIer26" (that's a capital *i*) if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the letter "I" instead of the letter "L"; not to be confused with user impaler26)
  • IndieKing (aka nes400)
  • innering Impersonating account (Shows as "INNERING" in Chat, or as "innering" if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the use of only one "r" instead of two; not to be confused with user innerring)
  • isaac_clarke
  • jagoki (aka nes400)
  • Jamie20
  • jesusburt0n Impersonating account (Shows as "JESUSBURT0N" in Chat, or as "jesusburt0n" if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the number zero "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user jesusburton)
  • JaredLeto (aka nes400)
  • Jimmke
  • John_M (aka Wakalo)
  • Joshuaf98 (aka nes400)
  • jpil0t Impersonating account (Shows as "JPIL0T" in Chat; notice the zero instead of the letter "O", not to be confused with user jpilot)
  • justaquickie (aka Wakalo)
  • Juuzou Traded game purchased with stolen credit card
  • K_1269. Impersonating account (Notice the dot at the end; not to be confused with user K_1269)
  • k0ima57 Impersonating account (Shows as "K0IMA57" in Chat; notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O", not to be confused with user koima57) (1) (check second screenshot)
  • kanyeTune (aka nes400)
  • Katchim
  • Khei_Khan (aka nes400)
  • KIumpen0815 Impersonating account (Shows as "KIUMPEN0815" in Chat, notice the letter "I" instead of the letter "L"; not to be confused with user Klumpen0815)
  • km0nster (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "KM0NSTER" in Chat; notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O", not to be confused with user kmonster)
  • L_Streetfighta_L (aka Wakalo)
  • Lee79 Scammed users DaemonlordX (1) and ThePixelSamurai (2) using the e-mail tactics
  • Lesly009 (1.1) (1.2) (1.3) (Shows as "LESLY009" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals)
  • Lilazt
  • LiquidAgua2 (aka nes400)
  • ljy0un (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "LJY0UN" in Chat, notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user ljyoun)
  • Lord_Sith (aka nes400)
  • MartiaLaw (aka Wakalo)
  • Maugy (1.1 (1.2 (1.3 (2 (Shows as "MAUGY" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Same tactics as Lesly009, (aka nes400)
  • McTrelble (1) (2) (3) Impersonating account (Shows as "MCTRELBLE" in Chat, notice the extra "L" before the "B"; not to be confused with user McTreble)
  • metrofps (shows as METROFPS in Chat; see here how it looks with using the userscript Adalia Fundamentals) Attempted to scam an old user, kmja, with the support of doomstarz (also see separate entry); amrit9O37, doomstarz and metrofps are alt accounts of the same person
  • misfire200. Impersonating account (Notice the dot at the end)
  • moonlight_ Impersonating account (Notice the underscore at the end)
  • moonycat (1) (aka Gog8, aka nes400)
  • MR_Sinistar (aka nes400)
  • murray-the-man (aka nes400)
  • nes400 / Norris (1) (2) (3) List of detected alts Uses multiple accounts to grab gifts from people, upvote his own accounts, downvote people who call out his alts and generally troll the forums; also creates alt accounts with names similar to known users in order to exploit the lack of features of the new chat
  • nes-alt (aka nes400)
  • NessBoss (1) (aka nes400)
  • Neutral_Effect (1) Attempted to scam user greeklover offering invalid GOG codes, using the method mentioned in point 4 of the General advice section
  • newdude (aka nes400)
  • NikyUS44 Previously attempted to scam user tropit9
  • NinjaInPijamas (aka Wakalo)
  • NoNewTaleToTell. Impersonating account (Shows as "NONEWTALETOTELL." in Chat, notice the dot at the end; not to be confused with user NoNewTaleToTell)
  • Norris (name changed from nes400)
  • O1Kipper (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "O1KIPPER" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals; notice the letter "O" instead of the number zero "0", not to be confused with user 01kipper) (possibly a Wakalo alt)
  • oldm2008 (1) (2)
  • origani (1) (2) (possibly a nes400 alt)
  • Paladin61 (formerly known as abop, aka nes400)
  • park_84. (1) (2) (3) Impersonating account (Shows as "PARK_84." in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals; notice the dot at the end, not to be confused with user park_84) (aka Wakalo) - also bragged about his scams here
  • PeteH.54
  • pikaboom (aka nes400)
  • pokederp (aka Wakalo)
  • Railminer87 (1)
  • Raziel360 (name changed from Bisonvega aka nes400)
  • Rebelin (offered invalid GOG codes)
  • RePunisher (aka nes400)
  • Rerepunisher (aka nes400)
  • resnot (1) (2) (aka Gog8, aka nes400)
  • Rivd0ric Impersonating account (Shows as "RIVD0RIC" in Chat; notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O", not to be confused with user Rivdoric)
  • rooshandark8 [1]
  • Ryan841 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Also uses social engineering tactics possibly attempting to gain the gifts for themselves (aka Gog8, aka nes400)
  • ryukenzo (aka nes400)
  • SailorNite (1) (2.1) (2.2) (Shows as "SAILORNITE" in Chat)
  • savage555 (1.1) (1.2) (2.1) (2.2) (3) Offered invalid GOG codes (claims to be a Wakalo alt)
  • sCambrey (aka Wakalo)
  • ScammerAlert Harasses hosts of giveaways using social engineering tactics, accusing legitimate users of being scammers; possibly attempting to gain the gifts for themselves (see first attachment)
  • segaxt (aka nes400)
  • Schizo2O15 Impersonating account (Shows as "SCHIZO2O15" in Chat, or as "Schizo2O15" (that's a capital *o*) if one uses Adalia Fundamentals, notice the letter "O" instead of the number "0" in the year "2015"; not to be confused with user Schizo2015)
  • Schizo2o15 (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "SCHIZO2O15" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals, notice the letter "O" instead of the number "0" in the year "2015"; not to be confused with user Schizo2015)
  • shitmonkey (aka nes400)
  • sixiist (aka nes400)
  • skjjzz (aka nes400)
  • snapshot0 (aka Wakalo)
  • Solomonk
  • soxixixi (aka nes400)
  • spxo201 (1) (see attached chat logs; shows as "SPXO201" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals). Scammed user PoooMukkel out of a game Steam key, returned asking additionally for a GOG code, never delivering the promised DEX GOG code. Also scammed user kmcoolice out of three Steam keys, and never delivered their part (see linked screenshots)
  • stardustie (uses deceitful means to win in Giveaways)
  • sulc.84 (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "SULC.84" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals, notice the dot between the letter "C" and the number "8"; not to be confused with user sulc84) Scammed user Frajalistic out of a code intended to go to the actual user sulc84
  • SuperAndroid (aka Wakalo)
  • SuperNES (aka nes400)
  • Tc_31 (shows as "TC_31" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Scammed user TheNerdyPlane using the tactics mentioned in point 3 of the General advice section (no further proof provided), and user tropit9 (proof will be added shortly). Also, attempted to scam user germanware
  • team_dota2 (aka Wakalo)
  • terrariann (aka nes400)
  • The_Maestro27
  • The_Real_Wakalo (aka Wakalo)
  • Timoky (1)(shows as "TIMOKY" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Scammed user vidm who reported them to GOG; account is locked, so new ones are expected
  • TomyDreamer
  • Trashbin (aka Wakalo)
  • Trollzar (aka nes400)
  • tri0ck Impersonating account (Shows as "TRI0CK" in Chat, notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user triock)
  • triock. Impersonating account (Shows as "TRIOCK." in Chat, notice the dot at the end; not to be confused with user triock)
  • Turtledove (aka Wakalo)
  • tuuuudu (aka nes400)
  • UFOxCOM (Shows as "UFOXCOM" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals; aka Gog8, aka nes400)
  • unknownLOOTER (aka Wakalo)
  • UltraNES (aka nes400)
  • Vampir0Alhazred Shows as "VAMPIR0ALHAZRED" (notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O", not to be confused with user VampiroAlhazred) in Chat, if one doesn't use Adalia Fundamentals) (1) (check first screenshot)
  • Vilfor.NOS (1) (2) (Shows as "VILFOR.NOS" in Chat, if one doesn't use Adalia Fundamentals)
  • VonYer (1.1) (1.2) Also goes by v0nyer (Shows as "VONYER" and V0NYER (notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O") in Chat, if one doesn't use Adalia Fundamentals)
  • Wakalo
  • WakaloX99 (aka nes400 with delusions of grandeur)
  • Wako911 (admitting of being a scammer, but not nes400; either way, they most likely use alt accounts for their scamming)
  • walli13 (aka Wakalo)
  • Wick421 (1) (shows as "WICK421" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Scammed user VenomSK (screenshots: (1), (2), (3) and (4)
  • Wolfdom (1) ((Shows as "WOLFDOM" in Chat, or as "Wolfdom" if one uses Adalia Fundamentals) Scams via chat
  • WORMFORT Scams via chat
  • wosoaiiiwwiaiai (aka nes400)
  • wowlvl (aka nes400)
  • WWTDead (aka Wakalo)
  • Wyse77 No screenshots provided
  • X-c0m Impersonating account (Shows as "X-C0M" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals, notice the number zero "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user X-com) (possibly a Wakalo alt)
  • ze0g0ld (1) Impersonating account (Shows as "ZE0G0LD" in Chat, notice the two zeros "0" instead of the letters "O"; not to be confused with user zeogold)
  • ze0gold Impersonating account (Shows as "ZE0GOLD" in Chat, notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user zeogold)
  • zeog0ld Impersonating account (Shows as "ZEOG0LD" in Chat, notice the zero "0" instead of the letter "O"; not to be confused with user zeogold)
  • zumazen (aka nes400)

Users pointed out as suspicious

  • blastocyst
  • bob1171 Makes questionable offers of GOG codes in trades. Also started a defamation thread against Adalia Fundamentals, and by extension, its author, adaliabooks.
  • dlo15 (1) (2)
  • Dreno21 (Shows as "DRENO21" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals)
  • dusty71
  • hitclub
  • KriosL (shows as "KRIOSL" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Suspected of attempting to scam asking for G2A keys in a trade. Possibly an alt account of user StyleMile (see section "Other offences".
  • Kuzakista
  • linkzelda (suspected nes400 alt account)
  • Max_Fan (1) (shows as "MAX_FAN" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Suspected of attempting to scam asking for multiple G2A keys in a trade, and using the known practice of "screenshots" as proof of having discontinued GOG titles (see attachments in second link).
  • NamKien (shows as "NAMKIEN" in Chat for those not using Adalia Fundamentals) Suspected of attempting to scam asking for G2A keys in a trade, and insisting on it when the other party refused.
  • oldone1976 Offers titles removed a long time before their registration date asking for Steam keys; ignores public requests for clarification/collaboration: (1) (2) (3) (4). Caution advised, possible scamming attempt
  • stef_andre: Suspected of attempting to scam in trades (1) (2)
  • The_Shape (suspected alt account of nes400 )
  • swatkat Claims to be gunsynd while gunsynd stated he'd give his account to nes400. The account changed username, location, and most importantly behaviour shortly after that statement.
  • Thornus Suspected of attempting to scam in trades via chat(1) (see attached screenshot).
  • wendeny: Suspected of attempting to scam in trades (1) (see attached screenshots).

Other offenses

  • altLive - blatantly admitted mass-downrepping GOG members, with the use of a script. Also, goes around the forum falsely accusing HypersomniacLive of being an alt account of known scammer Wakalo; obvious character assassination attempts at those actually calling out scammers (potentially one of many nes400 alt accounts).
  • apehater. - goes around the forum accusing Cyraxpt (in his forum tag) and pimpmonkey2382.313 that they're Wakalo alts; possibly a nes400 alt attempting character assassination of those calling out nes400 alts.
  • AcidFlux: Trading gifts. (1)
  • advancedhero / ceterum / Higherlearner / pokeharvest: Using multiple accounts (1). Trading gifts (1). Creating fake giveaways (1).
  • craig_ethan_123: Trading gifts.
  • ScamAlert - goes around the forum accusing tinyE of having alt accounts (Zsolan and A.Ryan); possibly a nes400 alt attempting character assassination of those calling out nes400 alts.
  • ScammerAlert, and wilheimm (username changed to wilheimm2) - go around the forum falsely accusing amirt9037 of scamming honx, and claiming that amirt9037, apehater, Anitmateria, phaolo, and as of late, drealmer7 and Cyraxpt, are the same person; possibly nes400 alts attempting character assassination of those actually calling out nes400 alts.
  • silversouls: Making questionable/shady trade offers.
  • Sn0Blue: Offering shady codes in trades (Notice the 0 (zero) instead of "o", not to be confused with user SnoBlue).
  • SomaTron (1) (2): Offering shady codes in trades.
  • StyleMile (1): Accused user kalbshirn in two forum threads for scamming and blocking them without any proof, even when asked to, contrary to kalbshirn; possibly a NamKien (nes400?) alt attempting character assassination of user kalbshirn.
  • Wako911 goes around the forum falsely accusing HypersomniacLive and mrmarioanonym and amrit9037 and apehater of being alt accounts of known scammers Wakalo and nes400, while, by his own admission, Wako911 is one of his; obvious character assassination attempts at those actually calling out scammers. And as of late, indiscreetly, and without any proof whatsoever accuses new users of being alt accounts, hence accuses them of being scammers.