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Topic created on 15th Jun. 2019 | Page: 5 of 6 | Answers: 50 | Views: 8,909
GambleAddict777
Amateur
Bones wrote on 06/18/2019 09:04 AM
I don't recognize any either. I just assume due to the fact that we are in a gambling forum. Gambling is addictive, many addicts no longer have a normal understanding of morality and money is being raffled here.

You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to recognize the fact that double accounts are very likely here.

Apart from that, we are on the Internet. There are probably even double accounts in the Knitting & Wool forum that argue with each other in the pattern thread.

It could not have been explained better
Exactly the opinion I represent also and with money lotteries in combination with addiction, fall with the those very fast the moral values which each rational humans has actually.
If money is raffled as a thank you to active members, small safety precautions should also be made for this

I think it is only fair to those who are honest and do not drop their basic moral principles in order to gain an advantage in the lottery through multiple accounts.


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Kleinkariert
Expert
GambleAddict777 wrote on 18.06.2019 at 09:24
The points are only about reaching the minimum number of points to be allowed to participate in the lottery. I just wonder why the benefit should be low with a "verification" by a cell phone number?
I did not notice how far the awarding of points was reduced/changed, because I myself am not yet an active member here for so long. In my opinion, this could also have a negative impact on the quality of the contributions. Many people will feel forced to write articles to get the points. Content-wise, these will tend to fall into the "garbage" category. Consequence is that the overall quality in the forum sinks and potential "new members" deterred. I do not think that will be in the sense of the operators here. If you look at it from the commercial point of view, it is about traffic and this is generated by visitors / members.
Can you also please explain to me how through more activity multi-accounts should be caught more easily?
How can you judge if the problem with multi accounts is not so bad?

I doubt very much that the quality decreases, empty words, questionable threads, etc. there are already. Alone if someone a Youtube video in the chat corner reinpostet and party writes he gets points for it. I think that is also for you not the quality of which you speak. There are many ways to increase the quality and satisfaction, I alone can think of an infinite number and GJ are guaranteed to think of more. Why cell phone Verification alone has a small effect should be clear (there are disposable numbers like disposable emails without much effort online, alternatively there are 1 € cards to buy with little effort).

The points system must be well balanced so that normal use of the portal is always enough to reach the required points. The last cut affected only the login, instead of 25 points it is now 10 points. This means that outside of logging in, you now have to put in more effort. So far there are no incentives to pay attention to high quality in own contributions. Incentives must be created for it.

Gamblejoe could honor contributions that have a higher quality by awarding additional points. This can be linked to the "Like" function, as soon as a post has 5 likes from users who meet certain criteria, the GJ sees this and can then decide whether the person receives, for example, 20 additional points for it. On the other hand, posts in certain areas or threads would have to earn fewer points or none at all. Special attention is in the chat corner, there is sometimes only a Youtube link reingepostet and that is then equal to threads like these here. You could also give negative points for rule violations or bad behavior, for example, in the No Deposit thread when it is required not to write too much off topic. This would give GJ a measure to ensure more order without handing out bans. You could start with 10 points and for each additional violation, the corresponding increase, extreme cases will be banned anyway.

You can introduce a verified status without any effect on the PSC game. If you think it is necessary, you can demand a verified status from participants in your own lotteries.

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V****r
GambleAddict777 wrote on 06/18/2019 09:36 PM
Couldn't have explained it better
Exactly the opinion I also represent and with money lotteries in combination with addiction, fall with those very quickly the moral values that every reasonable person actually has.
If money is raffled, as a thank you to active members, should also be made small safety precautions

I think it is only fair to those who are honest and do not drop their basic moral principles in order to gain an advantage in the lottery through multiple accounts.



I can also agree with this.
The fact that some addicts have lost their moral values as soon as it comes to the prospect of money is beyond question.

But what if posts from banned double accounts (who have deactivated participation in PSC lotteries in their profile settings) are deleted without comment, even though they in no way violate the forum rules or are otherwise inappropriate?
With what justification can the removal of such factual contributions be justified?

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Christoph
Experienced
For info:

The user VrlsngDeactivator was banned because it was the at least 10 duplicate account of Paysafemaster

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DiamondDonut
Top Member
Christoph wrote on 19/06/2019 09:43: For your information:

The user VrlsngDeactivator was banned because it was the at least 10 double account of Paysafemaster.

To notice this you do not even need ne special software,you just read it already directly out

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Begbie
Elite
oh man real satire

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Anonym

Christoph wrote on 06/19/2019 09:43: For your information:

The user VrlsngDeactivator was banned because it was the at least 10 double account of Paysafemaster.

Why don't you guys just let this one back on?


So bad stuff he writes but garni.

Since certain other users spread more "ban-worthy" content than the master......

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sippi
Expert
Maybe you should stop with the points and the lottery? You don't automatically become more active by lowering the points. At least not in the way you would imagine. Let's be honest, a gambling forum does not (usually) provide the need for discussion that other forums do, does it? I'm assuming the free play thread is the most used? What comes then still? Joa, the casino shenanigans for sure. And then? Uploading winning pictures? All this just leads to a lot more nonsense being posted here, just so the vultures can get their points full I can gladly do without the "Congratulations" posts (although I don't want to say that they're all "vultures", of course).

So, do away with points, do away with lottery

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Begbie
Elite
sippi wrote on 06/19/2019 at 13:10: So, abolish points, abolish lottery

abolish sippi

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S****l
Abolish mankind
Solves all the problems of this world

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