How to report a cheater that resigned after the match?


  • English Users

    The following happened yesterday evening on my Juve Stabia account: a manager used training camp against me in the 6th round of the league. He won his first match this season by using that training camp, but resigned just after that match. I find it odd that someone spents coins on a training camp, wins the match, but resigns anyway. I supspect this was a duplicate account of one of my competitors. I can find the manager name in the Press Room tomorrow (as I already have the team name), but how can I report this to GameBasics? When a manager doesn't have a team than there is no button on this profile that I can use to report him. I am pretty sure this cheater knows that and that's why he resigned so quickly after the match.



  • @KoningCo Hi mate,

    if you think that he is a cheater then you can report him via email. Contact the support team by EN.support@onlinesoccermanager.com with a detailed explanation of the crime and include your manager name


  • English Users

    Any more details required than I wrote above? (except team name and manager name that I can not post on the forum)



  • @KoningCo what you wrote above, I think is enough. I wrote in this way because cheating isn't supposed to be discussed on forums.



  • @Lirind said in How to report a cheater that resigned after the match?:

    @KoningCo what you wrote above, I think is enough. I wrote in this way because cheating isn't supposed to be discussed on forums.

    If you want to write more information, it's up to you. More information you write, it will be better for the staff team.



  • Join a league, make a training camp and resign even after wining a match is not enough reason to be punished. There are plenty of reasons for managers to do it. You need to find the manager that you suspect that's behind that and report him, explaining that you suspect of Term number 8 being broken,
    8d146402-7da0-4050-aabe-789bc1b90b1a-image.png where a a manager with multi accounts or several managers play together to give an unfair advantage to another manager.

    Something like this:
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    In this situation there's a pattern that may justify locks/suspensions


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