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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.
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Due to consistent scamming, this scammer has been banned! Regardless, if you have proof that this scammer has returned through third-party programs or have an alternate account, make sure to report that account to AJHQ and report them here along with your proof. Stay safe, jammers!



About

Manedwolfs is an Animal Jam scammer and hacker that uses many forms of scamming including Trust Trading and deception. However this scammer is mainly on Animal Jam Classic. Ironically Manedwolfs is also the one who created this page while evading the bans on certain Wikis.

The scammer hosts a Black Long Spiked Collar giveaway at their den as well as other items, starting with a rigged game like First Jag to gain their victim's trust or justeir spare account, they continue with a Double Accept variant of Flash Trading. They tell their victims to trade their best items for their store bought item on trade, but not to accept. They tell them to accept, then accept again, then quickly decline. However, the scammer can easily accept an overtrade and lock their den, kicking their victims out of the den in the process.

This scammer also hacks people as they hacked Igoesnub and stole a ton of items as well as other valuable items then traded all the items they stole from Igoesnub for a RIM Headdress and Black Long Spiked Collar. Then, they decided to give it to their ex-friend Midxmighty. After Manedwolfs supposedly backstabbed Midxmighty through deception and hacking without even giving the items back and deleting all of the jags and buddies, Midxmighty said they cant be friends if they did not get their rares back and tells their friends not to trust them.

Manedwolfs Changed their Krazy Draws channel name to Minty Draws in the middle of December 2020. It was also recently discovered they have close ties with Straycat2 and leaks jammers personal information to him. Some of the information include Emails, Discord tags, Passwords, Private social media accounts, and more. Manedwolfs also threatened their victims by hacking into the parent dashboards and emails. This is a scare tactic, as this scammer would get their victims to give the items they want out of fear.

On the last days of their account before they got banned, Manedwolfs got into scamming in pairs, usually seen with another scammer named Preposition, who has been rumored to be giving Manedwolfs items of value for helping them out, this isn't proven, but is very likely. This scammer is also known to manipulate their victims into getting scammed by sweet-talking to gain their trust, build up their ego and uses it to their advantage of not only their victims, but also causing alot of drama and making itself look innocent, even if they were banned.

On Animal Jam Play Wild, Manedwolfs hijacked the pack "Baku Bros" by hacking into the owner's account, stole their valuables, and gave Manedwolfs themselves the ownership of it. This scammer also steals art and other people's characters and claims it as their own and will hack any victims there is. They scam at random times. There is a video made by Auth106 that has proof that Manedwolfs is too young to be on social media platforms such as Fandom and Discord, which is provided here

They have a character named "Minty", which is their main look. However, a different animal jam user had a character not in Animal Jam named Nezu. Nezu is in relation to Fluff, the main look of Animal Jam user Springriversong, although Nezu has never been made in Animal Jam. There are many pieces of artwork of Nezu and Fluff together, but none so far have been posted to the public. Some say the creator of Nezu met Springriversong over a site called Quotev. Nezu has been known to have the display name on said site as "Nezu Fox". Before you go talking about how nice Manedwolf's main look is, please make sure to find Nezu and let them know their character design is nice.

Items Scammed/Hacked

Animal Jam Classic

  • Multiple Spiked Collars of all colors and rarity
  • Multiple accounts with renewable membership
  • 2 RIM headdresses
  • Possibly More

Proof

Trivia

  • Manedwolfs has a YT channel, all some exposing videos have been removed by them and reuploaded https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfw5EELJt3GvBO741GqhdBw
  • NezuFox, part of the user "CalicoShiba" here on the scammer wiki, has made a post with a bunch of facts about Manedwolfs that will likely be updated, it keeps things short, says what to be aware of, ect. that doesn't have to do with the main bulk of the "about" page. Such facts can be found here.
  • Manedwolfs is said to be only 9 years of age, while this is unproven, the way they type and act indicates that they are most likely under 13 years of age.
  • Manedwolfs will witch hunt after Youtube channels they hate to accuse them of random but serious things. This has been proven when a single user tried to accuse CalicoShiba (member Nezu) of being a scammer with literally no proof whatsoever, despite there being clear evidence against Manedwolfs. The user got their comments reported to Youtube via Ivy for harassment, because they were commenting on every single video, but if you anger them, be aware you are probably going to be subject to verbal assault.
  • There were rumors about Manedwolfs having their account suspended on January 3rd, 2021 for 2 months, but these rumors turned out to be false as they logged on with their main a few days later. It is also rumored Manedwolfs could've gotten their suspension removed.
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