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Rules of the Black Market

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Rules of the black market

No Spamming
- Do not double post
- Do not bump a thread more than once within 12 hours.
- Do not reply on any sort of dispute if you are not related to it.
- No [trusted], [#1], [legit] Tags or titles - other Tags & titles unrelated to those are allowed. - No [insert staff rank here] vouched tags.

- No ranks, unless you are staff, in your topic title.
- No trashing
- No location selling, this means that selling rare locations will not be allowed.

No Scamming
- Do not mislead a user in any way.
- Do not chargeback when you received what you paid for.
- Do not use terms of service that override the default terms of service!

No advertising
- Do not advertise your own service on the thread of the competition
- Do not post external website links.

- Everyone using the black market must use the default terms of service but may add anything extra as long as it does not override the defaults.

Additional Section rules

Working in Groups

-Users are permitted to run group services, sales, etc.

-The owner is responsible for the acts of all of his or her workers, and will be punished accordingly to their mistakes.  It is recommended that you only allow each worker/partner a certain amount of trust (one in which you can easily afford to pay back if something may occur) and that you choose your workers carefully.

-If a user gives their account details to more than one user involved in a service, they are responsible, whether they logged on or not.

-If you are a worker for a certain service (Eg running firecapes) you MAY NOT have that service elsewhere, as this may cause problems if a worker scams and the owner claiming it was "a seperate order not done as a worker."  Anyone found breaking this rule will receive a black market ban.

Disputes & Point disputes

1) You are the Person Who Created The Thread
2) You are the person the claim is against
3) You are TriBot Staff (which includes support staff)
(If you were also scammed by the same person as someone else, please make your own dispute thread)

Besides these ALL of the regular rules are active. You can find them here; https://tribot.org/forums/index.php?/topic/13743-tribot-rules-and-regulations/

Breaking any of the above rules or the global rules will result in receiving warning points.

The black markets default Terms of Service

1. The seller does not issue a refund if he got what he paid for.
2. The seller is not responsible for any bans/mutes that may happen to your account.
3. The buyer is responsible for who they are trading with - if it's an imposer it's their fault,
unless the imposers name is in the topic, in which case the seller is responsible.
4. The seller has the right to refuse doing business with anyone.
5. If the order was not completed in any form - the buyer has the right to a refund.
6. The staff may change the terms of service at any time if necessary without further notice.
7. The seller may have his own terms of service but may not override any of the terms stated here.

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