We may be able to boost our Account Help Wiki pages by incorporating more information while mechanically flagging these articles might not be sensible. The official RuneScape Wiki has some fantastic information in respect to such scams in addition to OSRS Fire Cape many others which are located inside and out of Runescape. I see, I only find it quite sad to see some content developers post their OSRS themed content or queries on here and get basically refused by the sub (who are often thinking about the other OSRS themed subs), although this sub is for both game communities as you stated.

Yes, they get linked to another sub but in some cases they tend to delete the post on here and only keep it. If a response doesn't work a warning that appears before submitting? We know of the bottom into the OSRS sub at the Partner Subreddits section, but most people who post OSRS only themed content, do not even look there, as they didn't understood the presence of this 2007 Runescape subreddit and are thankful whenever the men and women who comment mention it, its becoming clear that the bottom resulting in the sub on the side bar isn't enough. I had thought the one would be hard to execute, props for trying. On using phishing urls, many men and women click on things before thinking twice I concur.

But yea in regards to phishing some more action might need to be accepted, these malicious classes are improving their ways to catch unsuspecting victims increasingly these days. We've spilled streams on twitch, phishing ads to RuneScape and OSRS in all social media platforms (I wouldn't be surprised if one of these malicious advertisements eventually make its way for this sub ad places ) along with the classic phishing emails and fake websites. I've even seen some poor efforts to phishing being submitted on this sub that result in fake forums and I'm glad they have been removed before anyone fell victim.

The actual problem with phishing posts may also be the spam that the sub will eventually receive, phishing emails have been sent in a tide to various mails of possible players, let us say like 10% of these have a reddit account, they are going to want to warn everyone else from their effort and so there will be many articles looking exactly the same, all of which can be oblivious it's been posted earlier. It may eventually find dull. Which in turn can lead other people to dismiss a fictitious clueless player who's asking whether it is real or not, that's why I suggested an automatic response of some sort, a small warning to take care or something like that. Also thanks for clarifying that the email to forward phishing emails is now over, I understood of this forum thread, but not the fact that they stopped the email.

I'm unsure that sums up the intended message. My comment explains why these two changes haven't been made along with some related info. We are open to suggestions that could be possible to implement without detracting from the point of this subreddit and its own community.

I mean, yeah your prior comment lays out just why the communities suggestions, in your opinion, are inferior to the system you have in place now. If anything the view represented by the OP are far more in line with the'vision' of the subreddit (needing to include both RS3 and OSRS (which in itself is silly being they've seperate content, dev teams etc. but like my view man)) by stating your content has a house here but when its regarding anything in specificity to go elsewhere, similar to Buy RS3 Gold how the Reddit FC is/was operate.



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