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Kashmeoww is a possible spare to Aupollenn, Dinolnvasion, and Vagility . Kashmeoww (previously New Jammer, now approved) uses the Trust Trade method of scamming. He begins by advertising a giveaway at his den, saying the prizes are 2 Good Long Collars (red and purple). With a set amount of people in the den, Kash will try and make the giveaway participants feel sympathy for him by saying how they were his very first and only spikes, and that he needs a new, trustworthy owner for them.

The first round will start out with something simple and risk-free, such as first jag or first to perform an action. Once that is completed, Kash will announce Strongarmblaster as the winner and precede to "trade" them the purple long. Strong was confirmed to be a helper and not a regular participant because after Kash pretended to give them the spike, Kash forgot to remove it from his tradelist from when he was originally hosting the giveaway. When questioned about it, he claimed that the 2nd one was just "up for display" despite claiming only to have 1 purple and 1 red earlier during the giveaway. This method of pretending to do trades gets used later on among all of the helpers.

The second round is Trust. Participants have the choice to accept or decline, but accepting gives more "points". DinolnvasionYelloworange312, and Aupollenn also serve as helpers for the scam, acting as regular participants. They lead the giveaway by "trading" small items such as Clothing Betas or Den Betas. Kash and Aupollenn will encourage others to try and beat their items. The max the helpers will offer is a bad long. If no one else trades anything good, Kash will pretend give the Red Long Collar to one of the helper accounts. He'll then continue with another round of trust-trading, the prize being a 3rd Rare Long Collar he claims to have found while searching deep in his inventory. The scamming cycle continues until he accepts a good trade and locks the den.

Items Scammed

  • Light Pink Headdress
  • Blue Headdress
  • 20 Den Betas
  • Possibly More


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