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coolguy1

Was banned for no reason from TRIBOT

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Hello I am pretty angry at the staff at this site at this time, so let me explain why. I purchased vip and after getting banned on all my rs accounts I went the route of buying proxies off socks5proxies or whatever the official proxy site for this bot is. 

Everything was going fine up until I complained on a thread that the bot's web walking issues got my account banned and how I was angry to have paid for a bot that couldnt do something so basic. 

I tried logging into my new accounts a day later through the client and it wouldnt let me so I logged onto the forum. BAM I got hit with the ban hammer for "charging back the proxxies I purchased" 

 

In reality I have no idea how to chargeback things. I didnt charge back anything. No proof at all was provided and the money I spent towards VIP went down the drain... no refund.

 

I believe this was a shady way of getting back at me for complaining so harshly on the webwalking issue. 

I CAN PROVIDE PROOF (See attachment)

What kind of community is this? I mean come on I would have been a loyal customer if you had listened to my concerns instead of just banning me.

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The image you posted shows your Chase bank account.
That's where they payment was sourced from, but it was made through PayPal.
Try checking your PayPal 'Resolution Center' history to look for any chargebacks/cases your account was involved in, maybe it will appear there.

I'll tag @Montreal since he runs the site you got product from.

You weren't banned for reporting bugs/issues with the bot, we welcome suggestions and even have forum sections for them.
You were banned (apparently) for charging back a payment.

 

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Lol chargeback is a scumbag move, yet he has the guts to post his bank statement as if he didn't do anything 

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1 minute ago, dantan said:

Lol chargeback is a scumbag move, yet he has the guts to post his bank statement as if he didn't do anything 

The fact are not in as of yet. It is possible he didnt chargeback so relax.

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@coolguy1 Check your PayPal account. The $13.40 payment was charged back and this was the reason you were banned. Simply reverse the charge back and you will be unbanned. You were not unjustly banned and it has been in charge back status for weeks.

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1 minute ago, Montreal said:

@coolguy1 Check your PayPal account. The $13.40 payment was charged back and this was the reason you were banned. Simply reverse the charge back and you will be unbanned. You were not unjustly banned and it has been in charge back status for weeks.

Hes not so cool after all :cool:

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@coolguy1 

@Montreal is a good dude, he has no reason to lie bro. Lmao , the playa got played!!!!!! I deal with Montreal and he has never done anything wrong to me. If you purchase something you cant just take your money back because you feel like it. Its wrong

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