Reporting Rules and Links for Runescape

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    druidmother

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    Reporting Rules and Links for Runescape

    Post by druidmother on Fri Mar 02, 2012 1:22 pm

    To make it a little easier to find information about reporting (these blurbs are taken directly from Runescape wiki, but does not cover all the information they have given).....

    Before you report
    Before you report another player, you should first make sure that they are actually in breach of the Rules of RuneScape. The Customer Support team review all reports and have a great deal of experience, so, if in doubt, submit a report.
    If you decide to report another player, your report should contain evidence of the offensive act or rule-breaking. If your report does not contain this evidence, we will not be able to take any action against the player. You should submit your report as soon as the act takes place, and not discuss it with other players first.
    Finally, before you submit any kind of report, please take the time to read over the following:
    If the chat filter has starred-out one or more words, you do not need to report the player that used the starred-out language.
    The term “noob” is often used by players of online games, and is not particularly offensive. You do not need to report players who use this term to refer to you or someone else.
    Reporting other players who you know not to have committed an offence, either as a joke or as a way of deliberately inconveniencing them, is considered a misuse of the reporting system, and may result in your account being penalised.
    Provoking other players with offensive language or behaviour and then reporting them when they retaliate is considered a misuse of the reporting system, and may result in you being penalised. Our logs will clearly show what took place before the report was submitted, and who instigated the incident.
    Knowingly submitting any kind of false report is considered a misuse of the reporting system, and may result in your account being penalised.

    Warn us about illegal Phishing sites and email scamstrying to steal passwords
    by emailing reportphishing@jagex.com

    Submitting your report
    To submit a report whilst playing the game, simply click on the Report button towards the bottom-right-hand corner of the game screen (or bottom-left-hand corner if you're playing the game in fullscreen or resizeable window mode). Then select the relevant chat or player from a list of recent chat, click “next”, and select the offence that correlates with that committed by the player. You will also have the option to temporarily add the player to your Ignore List, allowing you to ignore them until you log out of the game.

    Please do not submit more than one report for each incident. We can get all the information we need from a single report, and submitting multiple reports simply slows down the process of reviewing your reports.
    NB:Please note that the Report button on the bottom right of a Wiki page is only usable for reporting any problems with that page on the wiki. It cannot be used to report problems not related to the Wiki


    Informational Links:
    http://services.runescape.com/m=rswiki/en/Reporting
    http://services.runescape.com/m=rswiki/en/Contact_Us
    http://services.runescape.com/m=rswiki/en/Security_Tips
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    Chief262b
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    Re: Reporting Rules and Links for Runescape

    Post by Chief262b on Fri Mar 02, 2012 4:00 pm

    Thanks Druid,

    I get phishing emails on a regular basis, I will start forwarding them to Jagex for action.

    Chief

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