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I'm curious if because I don't reply back to someone that trades me, or talks to me whatever the case might be does that increase my chance of being banned? Would if I turned all of those filters to off so if Jagex were to look further into the account as to why I'm not responding that would help in my case? I feel like its a big reason why bans can occur or cause someone to report you to be looked into. I know I'm not required as a human being to reply or trade back to anyone its completely up to me, but I doubt they look at it the same. 

Not looking for an answer, just a general talk topic to share some thoughts, feedback, or experience. 

 

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Depends on whether you are buying or selling.

Buyers don't get banned for buying because that's like 60% of the player base. Jagex is only interested in sellers. So I wouldn't be concerned about chatting and creating context.

As for selling, you can never be too careful. I, personally, don't chat, but I guess it does give you more leeway when appealing a ban.

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14 hours ago, EldoradoGG said:

Depends on whether you are buying or selling.

Buyers don't get banned for buying because that's like 60% of the player base. Jagex is only interested in sellers. So I wouldn't be concerned about chatting and creating context.

As for selling, you can never be too careful. I, personally, don't chat, but I guess it does give you more leeway when appealing a ban.

Not sure what you mean when you say "if you're buying or selling" 

 

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15 hours ago, EldoradoGG said:

If you BUY gold from a SELLER - you do not risk getting a ban.

If you SELL gold to a BUYER - you are risking to get banned.

Oh okay, I think you misunderstood my post a bit. That's not what I'm referring to when I say "replying to players" I'm talking about say you're woodcutting magic trees, and another player is trying to talk to you. If you don't reply they automatically assume its a bot. Would if you change all your filters to off, or on friends only, never talk on the account and have the right filters. 

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