PM™ *ARCTIC.AC
Paul F. M.   Essen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
 
 
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A little bit about me

Name: Paul F. "PM" M.
From: Germany,NRW
Role: Supporter
Team: Team-HP [eraseme.gg]
Fav. Map: Mirage
Fav. Weapon: AK-47, M4A4
Fav. Team: Cloud 9 ߷
Fav. Player: Skadoodle,automatic_ps
Config [static.esea.net]
Steam 64 ID: 76561198212599659

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➜ Silver 1 : ✖
➜ Silver 2 : ✖
➜ Silver 3 : ✖
➜ Silver 4 : ✖
➜ Silver Elite : ✖
➜ Silver Elite Master : ✖
➜ Gold Nova 1 : ✖
➜ Gold Nova 2 : ✖
➜ Gold Nova 3 : ✖
➜ Gold Nova Master : ✔
➜ Master Guardian 1 : ✔
➜ Master Guardian 2 : ✔
➜ Master Guardian Elite : ✔
➜ Distinguished Master Guardian : ✔
➜ Legendary Eagle : ✔
➜ Legendary Eagle Master : ✔
➜ Supreme Master First Class : ✖
➜ The Global Elite : ✖

Dinge, die ich CS:GO gegeben habe:
1. Geld
2. Zeit
3. Liebe ♥

Dinge, die mir CS:GO gegeben haben:
1. Arthritis
2. Wutausbrüche
3, Hass auf Russen, Spanier und auf Russen
4. kaputte Maus
5. kaputte Tastatur
6. 9/10 Ready
7. Server lags
8. Griefing, Smurfing und Trolls
9. Competitive matches
10. "ranks?", "NoNamer", "Hur...ohn" spam
12. Verschiedene Sprachen lernen (ich glaube, das ist gut?)
13. Lags
14. Hacker - Cheater

-iwnl- = I will never lose
Currently Offline
Last Online 1 hrs, 45 mins ago
Artwork Showcase
EraseME Gaming e.V.
Items Up For Trade
142
Items Owned
389
Trades Made
576
Market Transactions
Trade Link
📲 Mobile authenticator ✅
CSGOLounge Profile [csgolounge.com]
Steam Rep Profile [steamrep.com]

My Knife-History:
1.Flip Knife Vanilla
2.Butterfly Knife Stained (WW)
3.Hutsman Knife Blue Steel (BS)
4.Gut Knife Tiger Tooth (MW)
5.Butterfly Knife Vanilla
6.Flip Knife Slaughter (FT)
7.Flip Knife Slaughter (MW)
8.Falchion Knife Slaughter (FN)
9.Gut Knife Marble Fade (FN)
10.M9 Bayonet Rust Coat (BS)
11.Flip Knife Night (FT) [Stat]
12.Gut Knife Doppler (FN) [Phase 2]
13.Gut Knife Fade (FN)
14.Gut Knife Tiger Tooth (FN)
15.M9 Bayonet Rust Coat (BS)
16.Falchoin Knife Slaughter (MW)
17.Flip Knife Case Hardened (MW)
18.Butterfly Knife Night (FT)
19.Flip Knife Crimson Web (FT)
20.M9 Bayonet Rust Coat (BS)
21.Karambit Safari Mesh (WW)
22.Shadow Daggers Slaughter (FT)
23.Bowie Knife Night (WW)
24.Falchion Knife Fade (FN)
25.Flip Knife Slaughter (MW)
26.Gut Knife Doppler (FN) [Phase 1]
27.M9-Bayonet Urban Masked (FT)
28.Gut Knife Doppler (FN) [Phase 2]
29.Gut Knife Tiger Tooht (FN)
30.Shadow Daggers Crimson Web (FT)
31.Flip Knife Doppler FN [Phase 1]
32.Flip Knife Tiger Tooth (FN)
33.M9 Bayonet Damascus Steel (FN)
34.Karambit Night (FT)
35.M9 Bayonet Night (MW)
36.Bayonet Doppler (FN)
37.Karambit Blue Steel (MW)
38.M9 Bayonet Slaughter (MW)
39.M9 Bayonet Doppler (FN) [Phase 1]
40.Karambit Slaughter (FT)
45.M9 Bayonet Doppler (FN) [Phase 1]
46.M9 Bayonet Tiger Tooth (FN)
47.M9 Bayonet Marble Fade (MW)
48.Karambit Tiger Tooth (FN)
49.Karambit Marble Fade (FN)

Good Luck for try to Scam me:

1. Fake OPSkins Site
In this scam, a scammer sets up a site that looks like an official OPSkins site, but is on a different domain name (opskins.com , billing.opskins.com , blog.opskins.com , and opsk.in are our only official domains!). Often, it will promise a free item if you refer enough Steam users. Some newer scam sites promise a free item on completion of a survey.
Once you refer others to this scam site (who in turn get scammed and refer others), you are allowed to choose an expensive item to receive. It then asks you to download a "bot guard code" application or similar to verify your identity. This application is malware which allows the attacker remote access to your computer, where they can steal Steam items and OPSkins funds.
To remain safe: Don't open any links that don't start with "opskins.com" , "blog.opskins.com" , "billing.opskins.com" , or "opsk.in" which pretend to be an official OPSkins site. If you end up on one of these sites, close it immediately.

2. Screen Sharing
In this scam, a scammer asks a victim to share their screen with them over Skype, Twitch, or something similar. The scammer promises to buy one of the victim's items for a very good price on OPSkins. They then wait for the victim to list their item and, while the OPSkins bots are processing the trade, the scammer sends a fake trade offer from an account they control, posing as an OPSkins bot.
Since the scammer is able to view everything the victim is doing, they are able to put the correct sale ID and security token into the trade offer.
To remain safe: Don't share your screen with anyone you don't completely trust. Also, when you list an item, you will be presented with buttons that you can click to directly open the trade offer in either your browser, or in the Steam client. If you click these buttons, you will never open a fake trade offer.

3. Trade Me Then I Buy
In this scam, a scammer approaches a victim and promises that if the victim trades them one of their items, then the scammer will buy an item off of OPSkins and trade it to the victim. Sometimes the scammer will say that OPSkins has a "middleman" system where after the trade is complete, an OPSkins bot will trade you the scammer's item.
Commonly, the scammer will present a screenshot showing a large balance on OPSkins. This can be easily faked using the developer tools of any browser (commonly called "inspect element"). The scammer may also show a large amount of "rep" on their Steam profile. Steam profile "rep" is worthless and easily faked. Steam also allows profile owners to delete any comment on their profile, meaning that negative "rep" can be easily deleted.
Often the scammer will have a large info box on their Steam profile containing "trading rules". Among these rules may be that the scammer won't go first. Never send a trade offer that you would not want to actually complete. Sending a trade offer with the expectation that the other user will counter it with their item is a scam.
After the victim trades the scammer their item, the scammer will disappear with the item.
To remain safe: Don't perform any one-sided trades with anyone that isn't an official OPSkins bot. One-sided trades with non-bots are almost always scams. When trading with a bot, check your security token and click the bot's name to open its profile. From there, make sure that the bot is in the "OPSkins Bots" Steam group. The official OPSkins Bots Steam group is named exactly "OPSkins Bots" and has an abbreviation of "op-bots".

4. Malware Browser Extensions
In this scam, a scammer asks you on Steam to install an extension into your browser. This extension is usually a Trojan horse, which pretends to do something useful like highlighting items on OPSkins which are "stolen". These extensions have full control over the OPSkins website on your computer, so they can do malicious things like intercepting requests to our servers to send you a trade offer, which they can replace with a request to their own server. In turn, this causes a fake bot to send a trade offer, which looks identical to a real OPSkins trade offer.
To remain safe: Never install browser extensions or programs onto your computer from untrusted sources. Anyone can upload extensions to the Chrome store. Don't take the fact that an extension is on the official Chrome store to mean that it's safe. Only install established, trusted extensions. And never install anything that someone on Steam asks you to install before they will trade with you.

5. Fake friends on the steam chat saying to hold your skins.

6. Saying that you will request a steam admin to see if skins are not duped.

THIS ARE ALL WAYS TO SCAM!!!!

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