These scamming rules apply to all ZARP servers. Scamming is the act of stealing money, items or ZARP VIP/Booster Packs from another player through deception or trickery. It is strictly prohibited under the rules and can be punishable by our administration team. Scamming has long been an issue on ZARP, and there is a wide range of scams that range from the obvious to the in-depth and complex. Nearly all scams involve tricking the victim one way or another, although sometimes scammers will exploit the Trade System or other game features or bugs in order to steal other players items.
Gambling games are not considered scamming. If you are not willing to lose your money/items do not participate in gambling.
It is not considered a scam unless money or items are lost or received. Except in the case of agreed upon coinflips, dice rolls or minigames.
Administrators must have evidence before punishing players for scamming. If you are unsure ask a community team member to investigate the logs.
You must pay out of your own inventory and wallet if you are banned for scamming, if you cannot afford the items then bring this up to the staff member who is handling the appeal so it can be discussed further and decide on what to do next.
How to avoid being scammed
- If a trade or deal seems good to be true, it’s most likely a scam.
- If the other player is requiring you to give them valuable items saying they will give you other items back in another trade, it is likely a scam.
- For very rare or expensive items that you’re not willing to lose. Do not drop them or gamble them at any point.
- Keep your account information secure. Only ever enter your ZARP account details on www.zarpgaming.com And remember a ZARP staff member will never ask for your password.
- ALWAYS check the trade menu carefully before pressing the Confirm trade button.
- Never give out more that you are willing to lose.