It should probably be easy for them to detect if money flows away from a person multiple times (RMT) or if it flows to that person (scam).
Thought of that. That’s where it’s a bit more worrying for me, because I don’t scam often at all.
Yes, but you don’t fall victim of scams regularly either. People RMTing (the dealers, not the customers) are those that always lose a bunch of ISK.
heres some more RMT for all to see
If you believe there is RMT going on please refer to our post on what to do when you believe you spot RMT. This way the proper people can look into it and take action if needed. What should I do when I spot RMT (Real Money Trading)
Maybe it is not allowed to say but I feel it is an awesome sign of maturity for EVE that people are looking for ways on how to voluntarily spent even more money on the products of New Eden.
ISD Athechu I have, but its been 2 days ago no answer
Only thing I can say is to continue to wait. Just because you might not see anything on your end doesn’t mean work isn’t being done.
I think it might be good to consider some kind of feedback system where you are updated with the outcome of your reports, both for bots and RMT.
You don’t have to release details like the duration of a ban or anything, but I think it would work wonder for your customers confidence in the system if they are least can see that yeah my effort in reporting mattered and I’m doing my part to keep these assholes out of the game.
@Faylee_Freir You’re welcome to post that type of suggestion here: https://forums.eveonline.com/c/technology-research/player-features-ideas
That is beyond my purview. Please remember I’m only a volunteer not a CCP staff member so I don’t have that kind of ability to make a change like you are suggesting. Best I can do is make the suggestion in the feedback section of the forums.
5 billion for a Hobgoblin I BPC. Classy. Not even a blueprint original…a copy.
Book 'em Danno, RMT one!
Good idea. As things currently stand, anyone’s attempt to report botting or RMT going on gets no acknowledgment from CCP that their effort to make the game better/fair is making a difference. Not asking for some sort of bot bounty or RMT reward, just any response from CCP that tells me they are reacting to the incidents I have reported, whether I was correct or in error. Any reports people file now days seem to disappear into a black hole and the reported activity usually carries on. If CCP would acknowledge the report and either validate or dismiss the report, then hopefully the reporting players would get feedback that would result in fewer false reports ( just like PD). If CCP doesn’t seem to care about apparent rule breakers, why should the rest of us follow the rules?
Just a simple Dev/GM blog on the current state of botting/RMT in EVE would answer many questions. Let us know that any effort by us to help you is noticed and appreciated. In any relationship, rather it be personal or business, failure to acknowledge one sides extra effort by the other usually leads to a separation ( in interaction,money,etc.).
Could the next player that visits Iceland tap the glass on the CCP building and see if anyone is home?
If it helps the discussion about whether or not RMT is alive and kicking, a quick Goggle search for '‘Buy EVE ISK’ will return a dozen websites offering to sell you some.
I have posted my suggestion to the appropriate sub-forum. Let’s get this liked and on Reddit folks!
shhh let’s just pretend it is not there (move on nothing to see there)
Thanks for reporting this to CCP. I will close this thread now as further discussion is not productive.