Well, after a month of struggles, we have finally weathered the storm! Trader Rekit, and all his alt accounts are now out of the picture! In the five years of it’s existence, Pocket planes has been free from trouble, but now, it welcomes it’s first user to the Official Blacklist. All accounts associated with this malicious user have been terminated from the trading registry. So feel free to trade freely again, but just in case of any more fraud or scamming, simply send me a message with the proof and I will get that user their own spot on the blacklist. I’d also like to apologize for any trouble or inconveniences you have experienced during this time. I didn’t want this one dispute to disrupt our community in the way that it did, and I’m sorry if anyone has felt I have wronged them in any way. Bottom line, we are a community first and formost, and it is my pleasure to once again open the doors to the positive community interactions that take place on not only our wikia trading page, but also that of Reddit. Thank you to all admins and users of both Pocket Planes Wikia and Reddit, as well as Nimblebit for helping to restore order to our community!
There have been multiple malicious trades carried out by one user over the past 3 days. He continues to make alt accounts and creates fake pocket planes accounts for the purpose of fraudulent trading. If you come across a wiki account that has been created recently with little to no edits/content, or a user using a trading code headed with a Y, DO NOT TRADE WITH THEM until an admin like myself has clear evidence of their intentions. Please see the trading page blacklist for more info, and if you do need to trade with a user with a trade code starting in Y, I'd have them send the parts first. The scamming user has previously claimed that there is a time bug or gift bug, but sadly, they are lying. Just remember, if a trade is too good to be true, it probably is, however I'm not meaning to discourage trading in general either. Just trade with caution, as this user has been cited across multiple communities, and nimblest itself has confirmed the user in question fraudulent trader.