I sent an email to esea about this. I've been playing this game for quite a while now and I can say I have never cheated in any game even if its Plants v.s. Zombies.
I'll keep this issue as open as possible because there is seriously something wrong here.
So here is what happened:
Craig tehoreoz lent me 30$ to play brink, the game was fucking terrible and I never paid him back. Last night he told me he wanted to use my account to get a taste of brink and this is what happened. So I gave him my account info last night. He took all of my tf2 items and started playing cs I guess. Truth to be learned, never fuck someone over the internet and use a different password for everything else.
I had .6 hours in cs until yesterday when craig started to play on my account, and I can just ask esea to match the ips from where the client was logged in, they easily see one person is from Nor cal and one person is from So cal, but esea can be completely unreasonable and say they are not in charge what happens to people's accounts and keep the ban up.
Last edited: Sun, 22 Apr 2012, 02:09am by visitor
I'm pretty sure everyone tried hacks atleast one point in their career.