#GrowthHacking @Neonmob – #Neonmob says it’s #cheating!

Neonmob’s current scheme of algorithm is predictable and that’s what led to these speculations & arbitration, all of which are unfair. Source

Possibility of opening rare prints including chase & variants are high with a new account on @Neonmob for any collection and this predictability led to scheme of growth hack techniques discussed so far. Ultimately it’s all about winning and defining the winning script led to various strategies, one of which were feeder accounts. Isn’t it all about addiction that neonmob.com prophesies? If so then how you can justify abruptly deactivating an account based on multiple trades to & from feeder accounts to any one account?

Closure is not a solution & certainly not a healthy way forward. Red flagging any such account suspicious for feeder activities and then initiating a dialogue with the account owner sounds like a better ploy. Inform users that so & so feeder activities has been reported & detected on their account(s) and allow them time to retrospect. If unfair trading persists from these accounts, that it is a likely case for final account closure.

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Neonmob.com is an addicting game and if smart users get the better out of scheme of options available to all that certainly cannot be basis for deactivation. If anything then it is plain & simple harsh & bullying. Further users should be made aware of such feeder activities are against mandatory rules & guidelines by informing on the website itself other than what’s mentioned under Terms & Conditions.

No one reads Terms & Conditions and therefore including guidelines of website’s policies and limiting this crucial information to T&C page only doesn’t guarantee that user’s are aware of “what not to do” on #Neonmob.

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