Announcement on Serious Disposal of Rewarding Users by Unfairly Maliciously Brushing Platform Activities - DotWallet

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Announcement on Serious Disposal of Rewarding Users by Unfairly Maliciously Brushing Platform Activities
2019.09.29

Dear user:

 

Since the launch of the Dotwallet event, it has been actively participated and supported by the majority of users, but at the same time, some users have used various unfair means to brush up the activity rewards. These actions have seriously occupied the human and material resources and greatly damaged the normal. Participate in the rights of users.

 

Therefore, we solemnly reaffirm that we will take serious treatment of users who use unfair means to reward activity rewards. Includes and is not limited to warnings/deductions for improper gains/no right to participate in the king's list/permanent title.

 

Any of the following acts are considered cheating:

 

(1) Participate in activities through any improper means or in violation of the principle of good faith, such as by colluding with other users or using the machine to cheat, bulk registration, simulating the client, scouting the number of draws, etc. behavior;


(2) The user makes a profit or illegal profit from the acquired activity rights, transfers or transfers the activities of the activities enjoyed by him or her, and the use of the activities for the purpose of illegal profits in any form;


(3) The same user's behavior of registering, holding, using or controlling multiple RBI wallet user accounts to participate in activities, participating in or assisting in the enrollment of activities rights. The same IP, the same device, the same mobile phone, the same mailbox, or other situations that can be reasonably displayed as the same user (including but not limited to the analysis by a specific tag batch information, the items are the same, similar), or the network operation log, etc. The identity or behavior-related information exists as one or several identical and similar, and any one of the above situations is considered to be the same user;


(4) Other violations of the principle of good faith implemented by the user.

 

thank you for your support!

 

Dotwallet

September 29, 2019