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A sore loser reported me! for no reason :(

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TheHarbingerOfDoom
Naming and shaming might be frowned upon. But if a muppet is going to make unfounded accusations just because he lost maybe he should be shamed. People need to learn to take responsibility when they open their trap.
StormCentre3

Worried about having an account banned over a false accusation of cheating ? If such things were to happen - staff credibility would be at an all time low. The site could not possibly survive. The % of cheaters banned is very low - it’s a near impossible task to make such determinations at the lower rating levels- but one thing is certain. Staff is not influenced nor swayed by all the false reports. Site policies almost invites this false reporting behavior - but that’s a different issue. 

StormCentre3

Yes. I agree. Action should be forthright regarding all the false reporting. But it is not for many self serving reasons.

ahhhhhhhhh09

I dont know why you care just skip over it lol

DefenderPug2
sir_mad_alot wrote:

I don't mean to out anybody or spread negativity. This has never been me. I always try to seek out positive aspects no matter what the situation is. Up until today I had a wonderful experience with chess.com community. People are always so helping. One guy @KeSetoKaiba (with much more experience & 2000+ rapid rating) went as far to play some unrated matches with me so that he could analyze my games and give me some tips. It meant a great deal to me. Shout out to this !!!!
& then there's this guy, who reported my account right away without giving it a second thought just because he thought I was using some kind of engine. Which I don't even know how I can use. I will not mention this guy's profile, but this individual seriously offended me. & if I lose my account/subscription to this sore loser, it would be really unfair

 

Looking at the image. If he took more time to move, then it wouldn’t be an engine……

Immaculate_Slayer

you shouldn't care this happens a lot

TheRussianPhoenix
sir_mad_alot wrote:

I don't mean to out anybody or spread negativity. This has never been me. I always try to seek out positive aspects no matter what the situation is. Up until today I had a wonderful experience with chess.com community. People are always so helping. One guy @KeSetoKaiba (with much more experience & 2000+ rapid rating) went as far to play some unrated matches with me so that he could analyze my games and give me some tips. It meant a great deal to me. Shout out to this !!!!
& then there's this guy, who reported my account right away without giving it a second thought just because he thought I was using some kind of engine. Which I don't even know how I can use. I will not mention this guy's profile, but this individual seriously offended me. & if I lose my account/subscription to this sore loser, it would be really unfair

 

 

Bro these comments are so funny just brush them off and move on you aren’t going to get banned 

purplepandagamer

wow that's toxic

ericthatwho

ROFL

You guys are almost as bad as a poisoned drunk

csur76

Just beated a 1500+, and this sore loser commented:"next time without help". 😊 I really take it as a compliment 😁. That's the way we should ignore thiese behaviors I think. Br

tomfinney123

lol i love when i ask someone to look at a game i lost in case of engine use and they just rattle of 20 patzer moves i made that even a blind wombat would exploit

DreamscapeHorizons

How do u know if someone reported u?

tomfinney123

you wont , unless of course you get banned for cheating 

korotky_trinity
LazyDog24 wrote:

If I'm wrong, then the rule only applies to the bad sport/good sport button. But you're still not in any trouble

 

I can't help my wondering about your avatar.

Lol     it's very funny.

korotky_trinity

 One hour ago I have got warning that I will be banned too ... unless I follow chess.com guidelines.

It is very strange. Because I didn't play Chess today.

Seems it can happen that you will never know what is that they ban you for. )