How can anyone get scammed if terms are clear and transactions are escrowed? I’m still confused. Can someone articulate an actual scenario? @coehn said people can take back accounts, which is 100% valid. But if unverified sellers are restricted from selling accounts, that problem is solved.
Well, coming from someone who paid him around $60k for that service, he fulfilled the terms and didn’t mislead me at all. I knew the risks and chose to do business with him. I don’t think @McEvans scammed most people. He did tell at least one person on here privately that badges are guaranteed, but to me, he never said that. So even if @mcevans returned under an alias in the future, I wouldn’t really care as long as the terms are clear and the payment is escrowed.
There are lots of scenarios. I’ve seen on other sites PR links being deleted after a short time from being released, lots of “sellers” that have no idea how the service they resell works or how to actually get it done because the guy they resell from has no idea itself most of the times.
Overall it’s just unnecessary headaches and unprofessional behaviour that we will see more and more if unverified sellers will be allowed here.
I don’t classify his service as shitty. Even though the accounts were all unverified, he never promised me anything other than the badge. The terms were clear and I decided to move forward. Just being honest here. As to the people he guaranteed lifetime badges to, that’s mostly on the buyer for not negotiating a hold period or just being unrealistic to begin with. That’s def a grey area issue. Tricky one tbh. Because even if the buyer negotiates a 90 day hold period and it gets unverified on the 100th day, what can you really do… id verified or not. It’s just a weird situation.