Username = Name on Neoseeker (If the post was made by a guest, indicate as such with (Guest) after the name Platform = The system they're using (PS3, 360, PC) ID = The associated player ID (PSNID, Gamertag, Steam ID) Thread(s) = Link to the thread(s) used on neoseeker to initiate co-op with this player, if any. You're free to report random individuals you've come across however. Aliases = Other IDs they're known to be using (Other accounts on consoles), if any. Comments = What happened?
Reasons for reporting someone include, but aren't necessarily limited to; Hacked/Glitched the game if you made it clear you did not want it done (IE: You wished to play 'legit' and indicated as such). Refused to share loot. Failing to follow through on the trade (E.G. Taking items without giving promised items/money/etc in return, giving glitched equipment, making fraudulent reports about other players.
On the last point, do not make fraudulent claims. If something goes wrong, attempt to contact the player, and only if they refuse to co-operate should you then make a report. It is possible after all, that a person could have connection issues.
You can appeal your appearance on either list of course, if you feel they're unfair. If someone can back you up, especially one who is credible (IE. Is a regular on the forums), that would be immensely helpful.
It is suggested that before trading with any individuals on this list, that you back up your saves in the event that trading does not go according to the agreed upon plan.
Neoseeker is a community site, and Trading is part of the Borderlands 2 community but Neoseeker can and will not take responsibility for the actions of its members and guests. Co-Op play and Trading is taken at your own risk, but we hope that everyone here will be an honest player.
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