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Invalid Report: 76561198035615782 - ([CSGO] Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Items)

Discussion in 'Archived Reports' started by llamaking, Jan 10, 2019.

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  1. llamaking

    llamaking New User

    Scam Report

    Report Type: [Gambling] Fake gambling website
    Virtual item type involved: [CSGO] Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Items

    Accused profile: 76561198035615782

    Victim profile: 76561198199295877

    What happened? Description:
    I woke up to see a random user by the name of Nelson added me on steam. I accepted the request and sent him a message asking him why he had added me. About 40 minutes later, Nelson came online and sent me a message advertising a fake gambling site. This was further shown in his steam bio which advertises the same link. Immediately after sending the message, the user disconnected.

    If you click on the link, you are led to a fake gambling site which also functions as a phishing site since if you click on anything, a popup with a fake steam login. This is obvious since LastPass does not auto fill information as well as the link not being a Steam link.

    I have seen this scam before. A friend was recently phished and that exact message, just with a different "login link" was sent to me with the same thing happening to his bio.​

    Provide Evidence:

    [11:49 AM]
    [Linux] llamasking:
    Hello? What did you add me for?

    [12:32 PM]
    HI! YOU WON AWP | Asiimov.
    1) Log in https://royalexdrops.com/?D93kCIXTxC [csgo-root] promo CODE: WIN_AZIIMOV
    2) Open the "Zeus Case"
    3) Take the AWP | Asiimov, which fell !

    PROOF - https://t.co/8eiBVQrFzW[/spoiler]

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  2. ЩĄ | Horse

    ЩĄ | Horse Administrator SteamRep Admin Partner Community

    SteamRep Admin:
    Unfortunately, SteamRep does not accept reports dealing with hijacking/phishing/hacking -Due to current Investigative Policy

    This includes anything to do with API key requests, wrong or misspelled URL's and sites requesting logins of any type in attempts to steal your credentials.
    These are phishing/hijacking attempts and are not to be reported to SteamRep!

    You can report the user to Valve instead
    In order to do that, you have to:
    1. Visit the accuseds profile
    2. Click MORE drop-down located at the top right of the page
    4. Select the violation, then describe it and provide the evidence
    5. Click SUBMIT REPORT

    Click here to view an animated gif that shows how to report a violation.
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