so why the fuck do you brag about tagging people in 5 minutes if you couldnt review a ticket for 3 days?
a) Your ticket has the same shitty tone as this post. Don't expect personal favors if you are acting that way, I have more pressing tickets with users who know how to conduct themselves.
b) You are reporting a user from CS GO Lounge to us, which is totally fine. You need to understand, that our own scammer tickets take priority though.
c) Just because I am not responding yet does not mean I have not reviewed it, it simply means action has not been taken yet because the case is unclear. Nowhere in your ticket do you include a screenshot with the user claiming the item was Factory New. This may have been a simple mistake on his part and such things need to be evaluated before applying any sort of action or tag, hence your ticket simply takes a little more time than three days.
I hope next time you think twice how you address people and judge a situation, especially when you know nothing about it.
Do you even see brah? first screenshot shows the trades on lounge stating its fn. If it actually takes that much time to tag an obvious lvl 0 scammer with 30 trades, 0 messages, then this not the place im looking for. Actually decent site was FoG, but they gave up on their great effort =/
Didnt want to be a dick, actually edited my post in seconds but you were quicker on reply. Still im trying to make community better and looking for help, but meh all the affiliates of steamrep and steamrep itself takes too long on mark. Guess the only way is to get my own community site running.
Tagging someone as a scammer is an absolutely brutal way of educating traders and there is no room for "not entirely sure" when it comes to this action. While you do have a screenshot of the trade on CSGOLounge, you do not have a screenshot of a trade agreement, which would seal the deal for me. This could have been a left over trade, hence a mistake on the users's site, a problem with Lounge itself, or, as you say, an attempted scam.
The thing you refuse to see is that your case currently offers too many options and a too large lee-way to literally ruin someone's trading efforts through a tag. If he had directly claimed it to be factory new, then this would have been an obvious case, but currently it is just as likely, that he may have simply left open an old trade and does not even notice what he is doing. While you may now deem this as blatant nit-picking, it is what I have to do when reviewing a case. You surely would not be too happy with a scammer tag out of mere assumption as well.
And please feel free to open your own community and undertake the effort of fighting scammers. The more, the better! Do rethink what I said though, it is not as simple as "yeah, this guy is most likely a scammer", as the tag also clearly states BAZAAR SCAMMER and not MOST LIKELY BAZAAR SCAMMER.
You need to trust me when I say I am working on it, as I despise scammers just as much as you do.