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My Nephew My Acc 6 Months Matchmaking Ban PLEASE READ :(

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  • My Nephew My Acc 6 Months Matchmaking Ban PLEASE READ :(

    Hello! Sorry if is the wrong location for my problem but can we speak a little about my matchmaking 6 months ban please? I'm living in Romania and i was at work in England for 1 month and I just came back and discovered that I have 6 months ban, my nephew played on my account cause he's living with us for few months and he has a very ugly attitude in real-life and in virtual-world too. He said he was playing on my account for few weeks, from my laptop since he's living with me. Can you please, i beg you on my knees, to remove my 6 months ban and i change password and won't allow him to play anymore, i donate some money if needed but please just remove my ban and I assure you that won't happen again. Give me a life-time ban for matchmaking if happens again but please remove my ban, for one last time, i donate if needed like i said, and if i walk on "wrong road" again, give me a life-time ban then. I'm trying to be a good player always, in World of Warcraft, in Dota, in Call of Duty in any virtual game, and I really like to donate into Dota 2 and other games, please, i beg you. One last time I donated like 500-1000 Euro in total in last 1-2 years just in Dota and I really want to help more, I donate for unban too. I can prove that i'm not lying and it was my nephew, with ours identity cards and skype-call with you. Give me Low Priority games, any number you want! But I beg you on my knees! Please! Help me! One last time! Please!

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    You should post steam friend ID and link to your profile on open dota. This can make investigation easier and you might get another chance.
    Read this if you want to know why so many games is very one sided:


    • #3
      Ok. His steam friend ID is 790378955 and Steam nickname "Sorrow" and his steam profile is . The link to my Steam profile is and my Steam ID (from Dota) is 299491862. He's not a Dota player, he is a young child playing free games on steam and he played Dota at my house, on my laptop, on my account, for few weeks, when I was in England at work. I didn't knew he's a "bad-attitude" player until now. He can't play Dota from his house, on his own PC because he has a very bad Celeron Processor PC.