Not trying to cheat

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October 29, 2007 14:20

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i want to buy a player and itgoesanti-cheating. why?


October 29, 2007 14:23

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matteo de stefano from inter beta1


October 29, 2007 14:52

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Beta 1.

Trying to sign Jose-Antonio Robledo from Spain league (free agent, previous team Mallorca). I play in England (QPR).

I log on from 2 different computers. Work, and home. I don’t own any other teams.

What’s the problem?

Dave/QPR, beta 1


October 29, 2007 15:47

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This anti-cheat message is displayed when you’re buying a player from a team whose manager has. at least once. used the same computer or same network as you. If that’s not the case please let us know so we can investigate the problem.



October 29, 2007 17:41

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There most be a problem with this anti-cheat device. I’ve just tried to buy some players from 10 different club across all countries and had this message appear for all and I desperately need to buy some new defenders after going on holiday for two weeks and coming back to find half my defense has left.


October 29, 2007 17:57

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Sorry guys, there was a problem with the system, you should be able to trade now.



October 29, 2007 19:30

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the problem is that the balancer messed up your ips. it feels good to be in beta :). anyway, it is fixed now. if you have any other problems please let us know.



January 30, 2008 10:25

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I’m a new player and i just got a job managing toulouse.
I have a douth, if for exemple same one sell a player at a highest price tham is estimated value thas the selling price became the new estimated price?
I post this here because i have a player that is estimed value is the double form the secund best,and that player was bougth,the question is that player thus not wroth so money money,and his estimed value is a very round nomber(6000000).
The question is:
Could it be resolt of same cheating?


January 30, 2008 11:32

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answer for the first question: yes
consequently, the answer for the second question is no.