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Djokovic8 was a scammer/worth manipulator who has attempted to scam dozens of jammers on Animal Jam Play Wild. Djokovic8 tried to convince their victim that their very valuable item is worth very little or nothing. Another one of Djokovic8's methods was to trick jammers into thinking his worthless item is worth a lot.

During one attempt, he was trying to scam a rare variant of the rare Wildworks hat. Although it is worth a lot, Djokovic8 continued to say that his under trade was fair.

Items Scammed

  • Purple Rare Archer Hat
  • Blue Rare Furry Arm Cuffs (Possibly)
  • Default Rare Flapper Hat
  • Blue Rare Bowtie
  • Possibly more
  • Rare Sugar Glider



Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no name must have content I buddied DJ and tricked it into thinking they were my friend and I supported their scamming, which of course I didn’t and I went undercover and gathered up information like this: He told me the story of the time they scammed purple archer hat. Look at these images for proof. C3A2E7A3-026D-47A7-BD9E-9D9737BA4994.jpegD3FF3A9F-CF1B-46B8-ADA5-37A97BA8A7BD.jpeg