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Powerleveling feedback dispute

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Feedback left: Negative

Why should it be removed: We sorted it out, and he posted below.

If the user who left the f/b wants it removed, proof of them agreeing (pm or post in this thread): Posted below this.

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We sorted it out. He is going to post here.

yes we worked it out, 

he stopped powerleveling and i get a semi refund 

thanks

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yes we worked it out, 

he stopped powerleveling and i get a semi refund 

thanks

 

If the user advertised bot free power leveling and he was caught botting on your account, a full refund should be issued; not semi. Also, this is false advertising and misleading costumers which is not allowed here. Could you please provide proof/evidence of him botting on your account? thanks.

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If the user advertised bot free power leveling and he was caught botting on your account, a full refund should be issued; not semi. Also, this is false advertising and misleading costumers which is not allowed here. Could you please provide proof/evidence of him botting on your account? thanks.

I leveled up most of it by hand, we agree'd that I would pay him for the remainder that was not leveled.

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I've contacted Caradub who told me he caught you on his account botting, and that you admitted to it. He asked for a refund and you only offered him a partial refund since you had done half the job. However, there is no proof you did not bot the half you already did. You lied to this user and falsely advertised your business.

 

He has told me he only took the partial refund because he was scared at the time, due to you knowing his account information. He would like a full refund. I can supply the messages between me and the user where he tells me this to any moderator who wishes to see.

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Update: Caradub provided me pictures of the skype conversation. First the user lied to him and denied botting, then later admits he is lying. He only offers a partial refund if he post on this thread to remove feedback, forcing the other parties hand. The other person wasn't aware what Adam was doing was against the rules (false advertisement/deceiving) and that he was entitled to a full refund. There is no proof the part the user had done was actually by hand, especially since you can see him attempt to lie in the skype chat. Here are the skype logs and my PM's with Caradub:

 

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WE WORKED OUT A DEAL. HE AGREED.

It should be over and done with, he agree'd that what I gave him back was fair and we ended it there.

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You took advantage of the situation because the user is not fluent in English and did not know you broke tribot rules and that he could post a dispute against you. You only offered him a refund if he got rid of the negative dispute and a partial one at that. He should be entitled to a full refund.

He has contacted me and let me know, now that I've explained the situation to him that he wants my help and that he did not want to make that deal. He no longer wishes for the feedback to be removed. A full refund should have been offered regardless if the feedback was removed or not. You indeed were botting on his account and you tried to lie and decieve him.

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You took advantage of the situation because the user is not fluent in English and did not know you broke tribot rules and that he could post a dispute against you. You only offered him a refund if he got rid of the negative dispute and a partial one at that. He should be entitled to a full refund.

He has contacted me and let me know, now that I've explained the situation to him that he wants my help and that he did not want to make that deal. He no longer wishes for the feedback to be removed. A full refund should have been offered regardless if the feedback was removed or not. You indeed were botting on his account and you tried to lie and decieve him.

I did not know he was not fluent in English and I did not mean to take advantage of him. I figured that he agree'd to the terms, knowing he knew what they all meant.

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