Levianckermen uses a variation of the My Shop Scam. They have necklaces in their shop, saying that purchases of higher-priced necklaces have better prizes. For example, buying a necklace for 10 diamonds would earn a wrist, while buying one for 30 would earn a long collar.
If someone buys, Levianckermen may jag them a gift to gain their trust, persuading them to purchase a bigger item. For example, a user named Sabrember bought a necklace for 10 diamonds so she could see if they were scamming. Levianckermen jagged her a diamond spike instead of the promised wrist. (However, they didn't know that their spike was worth 2-3 den betas, and about 100 diamonds, so they got the raw end of the deal.)
When Sabrember bought a 30 diamond necklace to continue testing, Levianckermen acted like that necklace wasn't purchased. It was likely that they wanted Sabrember to buy another one to prove that she had bought the first one. Finally, Levianckermen realized their "mistake", and locked the den after acting like they were going to gift Sabrember.
- Many Diamonds
- Possibly More