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This scammer is currently inactive and is not scamming. If this user has become active, please alert a staff member, or update the page. Please ensure you have evidence.

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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.


About

Neonhours Scams is a YouTuber with 100+ subscribers. He is known for scamming Long Spiked Collars and Short Spiked Collars. His main account is currently unknown. He uses the Trust Trade Scam to scam items. He pretends to be nice & when you gain his "trust" you might trade a good item. Neonhours has only shown his username once in a video but often fails at blurring out the usernames to the jammers in the videos. His biggest scam can be found here.

The last video they posted was more than 7 months ago. They could possibly be inactive.

Items Scammed

  • Purple Short Collar
  • Red Long Collar
  • 3 Long Wrists
  • Orange Long Collar
  • Yellow Long Collar
  • Green Long Collar
  • Black Short Collar
  • Possibly More

Proof

The following screenshots are times when Neon has shown his spare's usernames.

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As Neon scams Violin, you can clearly see Neon's username, Tiltedhourglass0.

Homey34 was scammed of the items shown by NeonHours.

34rl was believed to be scammed out of this blue short wrist in the video.

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Violin3273 was scammed out of a blue short collar by Neon.

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    Dogsrulekinz101 was scammed out of the items shown by Neon.

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