YoMami wrote: ↑Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:59 pmI can't believe you took my posts reply which btw is a different case. To come to a server and bash someone for hours and to come PUBLIC, with petty accusations is a whole new low, even for me. Id suggest you go back to where you were plotting these creative thoughts in the shadows before this whole thing happened. Thank yougoldfish wrote: ↑Wed Jan 24, 2018 6:50 amFurthermore, I believe Rogue already eloquently addressed this issue:
First of all, Swift Apps has no reason to ban legitimate players. They would probably prefer to avoid this kind of situation if there was a single doubt about the account having used hacks. Swift Apps don't need to "prove" hackers that they're hackers nor they will lay out for you the anti-hacker system structure. The "numbers" that were talked about aren't just attributes or skills (which, by the way, would realistically require spending thousands of dollars, using a speed hack or a different mod to get to such high level) - there's also a log of receiving and spending. If you've been spending negative numbers or more than you have, it makes the situation pretty clear.
The system isn't perfect, it's constantly being worked on and there are still some hackers that might slip through, but those who are banned are banned for a solid reason. Not for spending a lot of points, which you're constantly trying to point to.
If you're sure you didn't use mods but you've been sharing an account with someone, they're probably not telling you all the truth. Sharing an account is not recommended and you need to bear in mind, that if you do share the password with someone, you're responsible for what they do with your account. If the account is banned, it doesn't matter who used it.
We all want a pleasant environment without hackers, so please stop slandering Swift Apps for trying to provide it."
-Rogue (forum moderator)
So... Again... Maybe we should also consider alternative reasons why you may have landed in the hacker server.
....I'm not the one that's in the hacker servers. And it's not a different enough situation to not be applicable here. All I'm saying is that maybe as a whole... Anyone who got sent to severs should consider outside issues before complaining to swift.