I would like to thank Breathless for making me an author. Thanks Breathless, it was really appreciated! 8) I will frequently post as much as I can unless I'm too busy to with homework and/or sicknesses, or if my parents don't let me on. I'll try to post as much as I can otherwise. Thanks!
Anyway, obviously everyone has heard of those scammers and hackers. Some Jammers are quitting because of that, hoping that when they come back everything will have changed and everyone will be all cheery and friendly to one another, trading, buddying each other and complimenting each other about their looks and all.
Well sorry to say, but that's not going to change.
I've heard that the old Jamaa was better, and it sounds better too, by the way people describe it: they say everyone was kind to each other, there were no scammers or hackers, no one cared about rares and everyone wanted to learn facts and make friends.
But Jamaa has changed, and sadly, there's evil in the world, and that evil is going to stay there for a while I believe. But seriously, to you scammers and hackers: don't you think that what you're doing actually harms others? And no, I'm not talking about crying over pixels, but they trusted you and you let them down, that would upset me, I know; I wouldn't be crying over the item but because of the fact someone would have tried to take advantage of me. Really, don't they get that they're being complete jerks by trying to harm others like that?
So, like I was saying, some Jammers think this will all end someday with their protests, but I don't think it's ever going to stop because of all of the evil still in the world. You can keep trying to make a difference, you might take out some of the scammers, but more will keep coming, sadly. You still see this everyday:
No one's perfect, and it doesn't hurt to forgive others often, but if you know it's wrong and you're hurting others, why keep doing it? It's pointless. Besides, scamming is getting old; everyone knows the tricks now, few Jammers fall for it nowadays, and the ones who still do will eventually get that you can't trust a lot of people these days.
Same for the hackers; sometimes they can be trickier. Just keep a password that's easy to remember, hard for others to find out. If it's your nickname, and it's so odd no one would ever guess it, use it! Just don't say: "my nickname is yorgieshmorgie" to everyone or they'll guess it quickly.
So keep yourself safe, and try to help your friends. The scammers are likely to never give up, but don't give them the items they believe they deserve.