Account information: Your SteamRep block: Alternate accounts: (these are not visible to the public) Hidden Content: **Hidden Content: Content of this hidden block can only be seen by members of (usergroups: Administrative, Moderating, Staff Applications, SteamRep Partner Members).** Basic information: Country and Timezone: I live in Western Canada, PST -8 Availability: about 35 hours Are you at least 18 years of age? Yes Do you agree to the Code of Conduct and agree to abide by it? Yes Have you read the Duties of SR Moderators post and understand it? Yes Do you have any issues handling instruction and direction? nope Foreign languages: yes - cantonese, mandrain, veitnamese, and some tagalog (still learning) Application: Please tell us about yourself (job, school, hobbies, etc) I'm currently moving onto post secondary while having a part-time job at McDonalds. Besides work and school, I love anything track and field related or any endurance activities like marathon runs, fundraiser events etc. I also like to game and get involved with the steam community as much as I can because besides work, school, track and field, I spend most of my time on the Steam community, learn many new things everyday, while giving back to the community as well by using the knowledge and past experiences to help many others around the community to prevent fraud, tips on how to trade safely, and most importantly, explaining to them that if anything seems to good to be true, then it probably a scam. Why do you want to be a SteamRep moderator, and what makes you feel you're a good candidate? I want to be a SteamRep moderator because whenever someone asks me to help them, whether its within the community or a scam attempt, I can give my opinion with confident without the victim thinking I'm trying to scam them etc. I feel like I would make a good candidate because for the 2 years that I have been on steam, I have been trading since day 1 and has never stopped. Also, many of the community admins - like Mamilos, one of project bluestreak owner - Ejay, and many CSGO pros have a connection with me so if anyone would come up to me, they would know that I am not trying to scam them in anyway but instead give them tips on how to trade safely and prevent fraud. Past administrative experience: I was one of the admins of DramaLlama's 5v5 competitive server (before it was taken due to Valve banning !ws and !knife). Even though it was a 5v5 community server, we had a very well adapted community all across N.A. The purpose of the server was for players to experience what it is like to have the skin they want, and the most important and the key factor that created this community, was so that people can "preview" the skins that they are going to acquire or trade. As an admin, my job was to ban/timeout people who are being negative towards other members of the community, and after it became a "mini" trading community, I was to make sure that anyone in our Steam group, is a safe trader/not a scammer, and/or is a friendly and outgoing person so that anyone who joins our server can feel safe while playing on our servers or just trading with other members of the community within the group List Steam trading communities you are / have been active on and in what capacity (user, mod, admin) bluestreak - user (https://bluestreak.club) CSGOmagic - user (csgomagic.com) DramaLlama - admin (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/Drama5v5Competitive) $1000 inventory collectors group - mod (steam) (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/1KCollector) $2000 inventory collectors group - mod (steam) (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/2KCollector) $3000 inventory collectors group - mod (steam) (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/3KCollector) CSGO collectible genuine pins - user (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/collectiblepins) CSGO subreddit pins - user/active trader (https://www.reddit.com/user/sonofb254/) Mamilos Club - user (but has a close connection with the owner) steam's awesome admins - mod, but self-demoted to user due to school and work (also a page for me to learn new things from community admins and mods all around the world) (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/mamilosclub) Accidentally Reviewed - user (donated over 100 keys worth over $1000) (http://steamcommunity.com/groups/GlobalOffensiveTradeServer) OPskins - user (opskins.com) - have a few connections with the mods and admins Have you ever been banned from another community? If so, what happened? Alias trading server - unintentionally cut someone off when were speaking Other questions or comments: If you would like to know more about me feel free to contact me. Cheers!