The latter is a lot more profitable and dangerous to the trading community in terms of scale. Items wagered in a spycrab bet rarely go above a Bill's hat. I just don't understand why it's worthy of a scammer tag - maybe caution for dishonest trading, but the victim rarely loses any items, he just doesn't get the ones he would have won. Isn't it a bit of an overreaction? If people were to see the caution tag and know he's a dishonest better, no one's going to spycrab with him.