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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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Foxespaw0 uses the Item Worth Method to scam. They put spiked collars on trade and ask for an item with almost no value, such as a green saxophone. They say that's the last color they need for their collection. Their spare account, perrØ, has the saxophone on trade. Although they refuse a staged spike trade from their main account Foxespaw0, they accept a different valuable item from someone else for the saxophone. The person who got the saxophone expects to trade it for one of Foxespaw0's spikes, but Foxespaw0 leaves the server and repeats the scam elsewhere.

Items scammed

  • TBA


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On one occasion, Foxespaw0 revealed themselves to be a scammer after being called out by several people in Jamaa Township. After typing strange, silly insults, they acted like it was all a big joke and wanted to see reactions and get famous. They also said that Animal Jam is just a game, and that rares don't matter anyway. However, they scam to get rares, as implied in their remark "Guess where I got all these spikes?"  At one point when everyone around knew Foxespaw0 was a scammer, they did not deny they were a scammer; in fact, they agreed with it.

Foxespaw0 talks as if they're proud of their scamming, acting like it is an accomplishment. Their motives for stealing are unknown.

Fox also talked about becoming famous while they were acting petty and immature towards others in Jamaa Township. They would expose themselves, and when confronted with every remark they made, they decided to go along with it and brag about their scamming, using silly insults such as 'greasy rats'.