Usually when there's a scammer, they'll try and scam as much people as they can before they're marked as a Steamrep scammer. By the time they're marked, they've probably scammed about 5-10 people (and before you complain, I'm not saying SR admins are slow at reviewing reports: I know what it must be like to have to check over 800 reports [if that's even the number]). When the victim checks the scammer's SR [before they're marked], they'll [usually] see that nothing is wrong with the scammer, but really, there's about 4 processing reports on the SR forums saying stuff like "I was scammed by this user via paypal." The victim won't notice this, and will get scammed. So I thought of a solution. If someone has a report on them that's ready for review/under investigation, there should be a small tag on their SR page showing that they are under investigation for scamming. This doesn't mean they should be marked as a scammer or given a caution tag yet, it should just be a message like: "This user is under investigation for apparent paypal scamming." So let's just say I paypal scam some guy [I would never do that]. After being scammed, the victim creates a report on me, and that report gets marked as ready for review. Even though the report isn't accepted yet and I'm not marked as a scammer yet, there should be a small notice saying that I'm under investigation (something like this: http://i.imgur.com/cLUgeE7.png please excuse my terrible MSpaint skills). That way, if I try and scam someone else by a paypal trade, the intended victim will check my SR, see the notice, and avoide trading with me at all cost. I think this would be a good heads up to traders that are unaware that there's a scammer on the loose.