Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic harassment, fighting, or rude posts. It is no longer about TF2Outpost's view of sharking as a whole but about certain individuals who subjectively interpret those views to fit their own convictions and standards. View all comments. In outpost's attempts to regulate "morality" by numbers and figures, I am labeled as a shark. Stay tuned. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. He is targeting non-traders, so its more like walking up to some random person on the street who had no intention to sell the item, and was specifically targeted due to their lack of knowledge.
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Mark Knopfler Last Online 4 hrs, 22 mins ago. Make your offer on these items here: or send me a trade Here are a few rules of thumb to keep your items and value safe. Naturally, this happened #p Outpost will never be a reasonable place since half of their staff is unable to.
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Its not like he mislead anyone into believing that the chem sets were worthless. I was doing the same only on steam market I pay steam money. As someone in a community leading role being an admin on one of the most popular TF2 site out thereI think if you informed the person that their item was worth a certain amount and still negotiated a good price it would've been fine by me and probably the entire community.
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Outpost needs to rethink its sharking rules . On 11/14/ at PM, Teeird said. › › Report a Scam › Archived Reports.
Good luck Jon. Date Posted: 3 Nov, am. Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames. Not even outpost bans for buying a good deal. As he did 2, I wouldn't ban him.
I want this case to be an example of outpost's determination to govern "morality" as it approaches the fringe realm of free market regulation and control.