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This scammer is currently active and possibly still scamming. Please report this user for scamming and safety issues, and if you have proof that they have scammed more than what we have stated, it would be appreciated if you could provide it here; otherwise, stay clear of this jammer.

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This scammer is suspected to have multiple accounts and spares. It is likely that these spares will be used as an aid in their scamming, so if an account seems to be helping this scammer, please collect evidence and report them, both here and in-game.

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This scammer is also a hacker, meaning that they have violated one of Animal Jam's most serious rules and are a potential danger to the accounts of the Animal Jam community. Please report and block this user for safety issues, and regardless of any situation, make sure to stay clear of them.


About

AJ scams and hacks uses the Fake Auto accept method. They made a video on their Youtube channel explaining how to use it. There are also comments saying "It worked" and some say it is a scam. The ones saying it worked are probably bots or scammers posing as normal jammers that used it.

In the description of the video, it leads to the "Source" of the auto-accept, which is a website where you're supposed to enter your username and password. Then, they ask you to screenshot the email you got from the website and send it to someone, then you get invited to a Discord server where the prices are. You're supposed to pay before you get the "Auto-accept" in your account. They ask you to pay the items to Periwinklefli, which is believed to be their alt.

Items Scammed/Hacked

  • Black short collar
  • Blue long collar
  • Possibly more

Proof

Other Accounts

  • Periwinklefli
    Periwinklefli
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