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I got scammed by a guy named event_2018. So what happened was, was that my partner and I were playing the game together and I had to leave to take care of my studies - so I said to my partner that he should play for a while to manage the account. My partner played on the acc for a while and eventually, he had studies too and then he gave the password to another guy who was his "In real life friend". That guy wanted a partner because we both were off and so he joined Event_2018 to train pokes and stuff. After sometime, the guy scammed my partner and then took away all the pokes and changed the pass and then after like a month or so, I had thought of coming back to the game and so I just tried to log in the account but that it said that the pass I entered was incorrect and so as me being the real owner of the account I just used my email to change the password and then I just had a look at my account and saw that everything was poof and after some days event_2018 got banned but he has alts and all my pokes are gone so what should I do? Can anyone help me? I got scammed of more than 20 DPS and many events, Arceus forms and Pokedollars too along with a normal unknown too.... my partners have tried to reach me through discord but I have cut all ties of partnerships and I promise this won't repeat again so please somebody help me I have worked very hard on this account so please Patrick, if you can, I beg of you to restore my account.

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Damn dude I’m sorry to hear this... happend to me years ago never again will I go with a partner again

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I am no admin, so I cannot say this officially.
However, I do believe that your account cannot be restored.
You seemed to have someone you can trust as someone you worked with. However, sharing your password with someone is always a risk.
It's a risk you took, and one your friend took.

 

I'm sorry to hear this, but I see it as very unlikely that anything can be done to restore your account.

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Exactly what Auke said. When you or even your "partners" decide to give your accounts password out to share it for whatever reason, you are assuming all benefits AND risk that come along with it.

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