Administrators Teeny Tiny Cat Posted December 15, 2017 Administrators Share Posted December 15, 2017 So, we've had a fair bit of drama recently due to one user accidentally sending a one-sided trade offer to another and it being accepted. We have always handled these the same way - you get multiple prompts including confirmation that you're sure you want to send this trade, so holding the person accepting it accountable is not really fair. However, there's been a fair amount of complaint and discussion on whether this is the right way to handle it, and I'm always happy to take feedback from the community. I find it difficult to see a valid argument for banning, I am more open to the possibility of allowing negative trust in these cases. I do not want discussion of specific cases or dragging up of drama in here. Insults towards other users will not be tolerated. Please make your arguments general in nature, and let me know why you either support the way we have done things in the past or why you think we should change things. One argument that could be made is that we do allow positive trust for returning items sent in error, so the logical inverse would be to allow negative trust for items not returned. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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