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DaRu
DaRu
Well-Connected

Oct-15-2005 15:35

Sender: inspector arthur conan doyle Saved: Oct 15, 2005 - 15:10
give me your pass right now!!!

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Wow, when you try to be helpful, this is the thanks you get...lol. Well, I received a messsage from "inspector arthur conan doyle," saying he made a false accusation, because he was given 2 different names of the murderer, so he went with one of the names given and accused the one with a real alibi. So, he sent me the first popup asking why this happened and if I'd explain the game, so I did. I must have sent him a dozen popups explaining the game, but he replied back, "Please give me your password so I can learn the game!" I was shocked by this reponse, so I politely explained why I wouldn't & continued to try & help him, but again, he replied by saying, that's funny & that he read it all, but "He wanted my password, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!! Again, I told him I couldn't because it wouldn't help him any better to learn quicker by using my agent, however, the next message I got was "Are you going to give me your password or not?" At this time I was getting a bit distrubed with him, so again I said no way & why, but again he sent the last message above, at which time I blocked him from sending more, & came here to post this. I just couldn't believe someone would demand a password. Now, I'm hoping this is all a joke, & if so, the joke worked..hehe. I'm not mad at this person, and I'd still give any helpful information I can if he needs it. I wish him all the best here, & hope he understands that I wasn't being mean or ugly about not giving my password to an unsubscribbed agent or someone I don't even know whatsoever. I am sure everyone would back me up on this...Wow!:)

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Coco Cola
Coco Cola
Well-Connected

Oct-15-2005 17:48

Had one from a madame marple, same thing "I'm knew here could I borrow your password, I promise I wont play any of your cases ". I laughed so hard I nearly fell off my chair.

Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon
Nomad

Oct-15-2005 18:04

*giggles* I wonder if a certain someone from a certain collapsed agency is at to his old tricks again.

cfm
cfm
Nomad

Oct-15-2005 18:47

LED, this has been on the mind of more than one of us....

P. Rockwell
P. Rockwell
Well-Connected

Oct-15-2005 23:19

lol! Hey my password is "NO WAY STUPID!" Just don't do any cases though.

Sometimes it sticks though, it takes a few times for it to work sometimes. Just keep trying.

Luniar Arkain
Luniar Arkain

Oct-15-2005 23:27

Even I was asked. I'm flattered, but not flattered enough.

Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatcher
Pinball Pro

Oct-16-2005 04:31

i replied to arthur saying that noone would ever give him their passwords with which he replied:
who do u think u are???!!! reduce yourself to your insignificans!!!!! anyway i will discoverver somebody´s password!!!

reda
reda
Well-Connected

Oct-17-2005 11:45

I love the ignore button.
Daru I admire your patiance I would use ignore right away LOL

DaRu
DaRu
Well-Connected

Oct-17-2005 17:30

Yesterday, while Sleuth was down for repair, I checked out a few game sites & joined a couple of them, by registering & giving personal information required. One site asked for my real name, address, city, state, & zip code, or country if not from the US. I had to give a real email address, gender, married or single, birth date, plus credit card info, if needed to pay subscriptions or buy merchandise, if desired. I created a user name & password, then I read the “Terms & Conditions,“ which I had to agree to in order to submit the registration to join After I checked agree to the terms & conditions, & submitted it, I immediately received a combination of six (6) letters & numbers from them, requesting me to type the letters & numbers in the box, exactly as they were, then submit it. At this time I was told I would receive an email from them within a few minutes, & that I must click on the link provided to activate my account, & start playing the game. But, if I didn’t click on the link to verify it’s me & activate the account, then they would cancel it.

Below I’ve added some of the “Terms & Conditions,“ I had to accept in order to play at one of the game sites, which I thought would be a neat idea for Sleuth to start doing. This would be a way to prevent people from creating several agents and/or accounts, unless another agent is agreed by the Administration only. It would also keep out the trouble makers & probably bring in the serious players. Here are some of the terms I agreed to in order to join one of the game sites, as follows, to-wit:

You are personally responsible for all communications used by you, or any user using your agent or password. In order to make this game a good experience for everyone, it is necessary you agree to all the terms & conditions herein. You can not promote illegal content, or any strong sexual content. You are not allowed to harass, threatened or attack a member because of their race or use harmful, abusive, vulgar languag

DaRu
DaRu
Well-Connected

Oct-17-2005 17:36

PS: I think this has been discussed before, & so I don't know how hard it would be to add it & if a person's personal IP can be tracked to know if it's the same person trying to create several agents, but I would think by making it where you have to verify each time & send it in, that one would know it's the same person rejoining. Oh well, just an idea.(*__*)

DaRu
DaRu
Well-Connected

Oct-17-2005 19:35

oops, I typed this thread at "Microsoft Works Task," then copied it here, & I just noticed when reading back through it that the last paragraphs are missing. Sorry everybody, but I'll try to finish my thoughts.(*_*)

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