Steamrep block | steamname: [FP] Sniper Noob | steam3ID: [U:1:99050325] | steamID32: STEAM_0:1:49525162 | steamID64: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198059316053 | customURL: | steamrep: http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198059316053 Your Name Sniper Pro Location Massachusetts, USA Date of birth December 1, 1995 Which languages do you speak? English In which Time Zone do you live? Eastern Time (-5) Steam Community URL http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198059316053 Please post the SteamRep Block of any and all alternative accounts. Hidden Content: **Hidden Content: Content of this hidden block can only be seen by members of (usergroups: Administrative, Junior Trade Moderator, Senior Trade Moderator, SR (partner) admins).** Do you already have Admin Experience? Yes, I am currently a head admin at FirePowered partner community. I've been part of the staff there for over 2 years now, before we were partners with SteamRep. I handle everything from the forums, to servers, admin applications, unban/ban requests/appeals, scam reports/appeals, etc. What experience do you have when it comes to scams and handling scam reports? I have a good deal of experience with scams and scam reports. Much of this comes from being an active trader for about 4 years, and from being a partner with SteamRep. I've handled numerous scam reports myself, and of course keep a close eye on things at SteamRep and the partner communities. How experienced are you with what constitutes as a scam? Please explain in detail your understanding. I believe I have a good understanding of what constitutes a scam. In its simplest form, a scam is a breach in a trade agreement between users. Why do you want to be a Trade Moderator? I've wanted to be a trade moderator for years now, and while I do have that role at FirePowered, we don't get many scam reports and I want to contribute more to communities that do get more frequent reports. I've been declined here in the past (about a year ago), and while it was discouraging, I still believe I have what it takes to do this job and I'm not ready to give up on it yet. While I don't actively trade anymore, I'd still like to be part of the community in this capacity and volunteer my time to help. Thanks for your time and consideration.