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Feedback: Gamblejoe scoring (Page 3)

Topic created on 12th Jun. 2019 | Page: 3 of 9 | Answers: 82 | Views: 12,371
Anonym
Good morning Counter,
i actually started from the situation of logging in daily for the award of activity points . Your text I have seen in a somewhat p**sed off state as an excuse and therefore probably overshot the mark a bit . I was originally just interested if someone has noticed something similar. Should you or another feel attacked, I would like to say that I did not mean it that way. Sorry .

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t****k
In my opinion, an absolute innovation would be a visible display next to the nickname (or alternatively at least in the profile overview) whether a user waives PSC lotteries in the account settings or not. So it could be seen on the first glance, whether you have to take the associated contribution at all seriously or whether it was written anyway only with the ulterior motive of gaining points in case of doubt.

The option in the account settings to voluntarily waive PSC lotteries is in any case very much to be advocated. However, it should be possible to somehow draw a benefit from this for the assessment of a user

Or hide the points display for PSC waivers in the profile overview? Could something like this be implemented technically?

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Stromberg
Elite
truhtohk wrote on 17.06.2019 at 06:23: In my opinion, an absolute innovation would be a visible display next to the nickname (or alternatively at least in the profile overview) whether a user waives PSC lotteries in the account settings or not. So could be seen on the first glance, whether you have to take the associated contribution at all seriously or whether it was written anyway only with the ulterior motive of gaining points in case of doubt.

The option in the account settings to voluntarily waive PSC lotteries is in any case very much to be advocated. However, it should be possible to somehow draw a benefit from this for the assessment of a user

Or hide the points display for PSC waivers in the profile overview? Could something like this be implemented technically?

That means you are of the opinion that the contributions of all users, who participate in the lottery, are not to be taken seriously?
Then also you better another forum 😉
Edit: ah, already locked... 😂

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Begbie
Elite
i am for the only user with a "B" begin, points get.
All others should go out empty!!!111elf

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Matthias
Expert
Interim info from the team meeting:
- The points earned for logging in daily have been lowered from 25 to 10 points.
Thus, a little more activity is required to enter the monthly sweepstakes.

- The points you get for new casino reviews have been lowered from 400 to 200 points.
We are planning a big special promotion soon...

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upola
Legend
That sounds good to me.

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Matthias
Expert
Furthermore it was decided:
- Paysafecard lotteries of users: from now on, a user must be registered at GambleJoe for at least 6 months before he can start a PSC action (whichever). Violations will be punished with a warning or, if necessary, with the blocking of the account.

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Anonym
Matthias wrote on 06/17/2019 at 10:42 am: Interim info from the team meeting:
Vu- The points you get for logging in daily have been lowered from 25 to 10 points.
So a little more activity is required to enter the monthly sweepstakes.

- The points you get for new casino reviews have been lowered from 400 to 200 points.
We are planning to launch a big special promotion...soon

Very good. Finally, more activity is required to participate in the lottery. I like.

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Knochen
Elite
In itself, I also find it good that more activity is required. However, I also think it is foreseeable that hardly any user who currently qualifies by logging in and rating casinos will fail to do so. I hope the quality of the contributions in the forum does not decrease. I do believe that for some users here the attractiveness of the lottery is decisive for activity. This will not change, even by higher standards.

However, I find the question of duplicate accounts much more urgent. Everybody who uses this forum just to get a PSC has the right to do so, I don't want to criticize that. But to have more than one account to increase your chances and maybe even to get a double PSC I think is brazen. Of course I don't know if the GJ team already has a strategy to prevent this and just doesn't announce it. Then I do not want to demand more transparency in this point. But a simple statement whether duplicate accounts are currently completely excluded, would reassure me. I always find the situation a little strange, when I partly do not know whether I can take a user for full, or whether I constantly read one and the same person with different profiles. And let's not fool ourselves, it is a gambler forum, for sure there will be people who would make the effort to increase their chances of making money

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Blubbo33
Elite
I find the regulation stupid.
Either equal rights for all or not at all.

Let them dust themselves off if they are lucky.

Donate the money rather, then has the jammerei around paysafe an end, and then we look seriously who still qualified comments.

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