Victim: | steamname: GhosT | steamID32: STEAM_0:0:53896949 | steamID64: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198068059626 | customURL: http://steamcommunity.com/id/GhOsT-Chile | steamrep: http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198068059626 Scammer: | steamname: XxTOXIICxKiNGxX | steamID32: STEAM_0:1:42833884 | steamID64: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198045933497 | customURL: http://steamcommunity.com/id/XxTOXIICxKiNGxX | steamrep: http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198045933497 Screenshots: Victim's trade history - http://imgur.com/dn33KzS Scammer's trade history - http://imgur.com/ujxrs6D Scammer's trade history (close up) - http://imgur.com/o4BeG2O Scammer bragging his photoshop skill - http://imgur.com/Ln3n2QK Clickable scammer's link in above screenshot - http://gyazo.com/26e27d2b4cc94540f90042deab166162 Re-upload of above image in case scammer delete his image - http://imgur.com/sXcQlUL Description: I am Trader's Guild admin. A member reported this scammer to our scanner report forum. Original agreement was tradable Terraria for Amazon key of a Killing Floor DLC. After victim gave the tradable to scammer, scammer did not give him the key. When victim reported scammer in our forum, scammer came in and claim that he has "valid" proof of trade, and provided a screenshot of his trade history (as linked). Then victim gave our moderator a screenshot of his trade history as well, and it doesn't match. After some investigation, we found out that scammer have a history of photoshop-ing his screenshots. As linked is one of his previous attempts at photoshop-ing. Maximum steam wallet is $200, and yet he photoshop-ed his steam wallet to exceed that amount. So we have a reason to believe that scammer actually photoshop-ed his trade history, as victim's trade history seems complete, and scammer's is not. He cropped the bottom part to hide the harder-to-photoshop parts.