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Incredible amount of obvious cheaters

Posted on 09 March 19 at 08:31
I could ban 10 people an hour just by seeing those 1-minute completed games. I don't understand why investigations take so long. There are so many cheaters that it cheapens your website. Please take action. Start from the top of, course. I am even willing to put time on this myself. PM me if you need people. Many, many cases are so obvious. Complete no-brainers.

And to those who use SAM: what is the point? You think you're special because you are the first to "ace" a long game in 1 minute, when it takes hundreds of hours without cheating? It makes you feel amazing? I don't get it.
Posted on 09 March 19 at 09:27
Best thing to do when you see someone you suspect of doing something wrong is go to their home page. Under their pic on the left side is a button that says 'Gamer'. Drop that menu down and click on 'Report gamer'. This will take you to a page where you can leave a short description of what you believe the user did. The Investigations Manager and Investigations Team will take it from there and investigate them.
59 LEGO game completions on 6 different platforms across TA, TT, and TSA! Over 3,200 achievements/trophies earned in LEGO games!
Posted on 09 March 19 at 14:46, Edited on 09 March 19 at 14:48 by PLATA O PLOMO
It always says "Already under investigation". A week, two weeks, three weeks later, they are still there. One of them is top 20. He has been "under investigation" for many weeks. He has tons of 1-minute games. And he continues to cheat, no problem. I see his name in most games I play, and of course he cleared them in 1 minute. I cannot report him once he has already been reported by someone else.
Posted on 13 March 19 at 19:21
Hi there,

Sorry that these are taking so long. We'll hopefully be completing all open investigations in the near future!
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