UPDATE: Trade n Sell is closed now, and scamming is no longer possible. However, that doesn’t mean the shame of the people who have scammed should be forgotten. They gave away their trust for nothing–the items they scammed most likely will be sold at Vintage Gold anyway. This page serves as a reminder of their foolishness.
Scammer. What is a scammer? Webster’s dictionary would define a scam as a “fraudulent or deceptive act or operation.”
Well that didn’t clear anything up. Anyway, a scammer is a person who has deceived another person into giving something up and not giving anything in return. It is kind of like they “stole” an item, using just their wits, and their decisive plan. On Fantage, for example, scamming a person would be doing a double trade. A “double trade” in Fantage terminology is when one person wants to trade an ecoin item for another person’s star item. So they each post their item, and offer random worthless stuff to each other’s item, and they both accept. If you were to be scammed by double trade, you would accept the trade from the scammer, but the scammer won’t accept the trade from you, and they would run off into the sunset happily.
Oh, and that is bad. Even if the happy scammer runs off into the sunset happily, and guilt won’t even come across their heartless souls, they just did a bad deed. Once their heart is weighed by the feather of truth, they will be sent to the Fields of Punishment to live down the bad deed they have done and be deemed eternal punishment!
Well that is an exaggeration, but you get the point.
If you look through the comments (there are over 400) you will find the names of countless scammers.
Use the Ctrl F keyboard shortcut to locate their usernames quickly.