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Is this site a scam?


#1

Got a link by a steam friend to https://op2games.com/games/
and won PUBG, requires log in via steam tho sooo…is it fake or nah? Seems very very very fishy to me, esp. with that 30 mins timer there


#2

yes


#3

#4

Gotcha! Thanks for the quick response, figured it must have been something like that :confused:

Tbh kinda funny when somebody with Proton Mail falls for that :sweat_smile::grimacing:


#5

Such quick, kind and helpful responses; you make me hopeful for what is to come in 2k19! :+1::love_you_gesture::vulcan_salute:


#6

If it’s too good to be true it isn’t.


#7

?

(calling grammar nerds to figure out if my confusion about this was warranted) :thinking:


#8

Is it missing a comma or something? Me engrish not gud so.


#9

“If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”
…is probably what you were going for


#10

yea i was getting the vibe that it should be “it is”, and not “it isn’t” (/confusion)
since “it’s too good to be true?” -it isn’t = it’s good :+1:
and “it’s too good to be true?” -it is = it’s bad :-1:

wasn’t sure if it was just “me” or if adding/missing the “probably” changes the construct significantly (or if i was just being an ass about grammar/reading it wrong) :laughing:


#11

I thought it was referring to being true or not. If it‘s too good to be true, it is not true. My bad.


#12

it might very well read like that, -and it’s me getting it wrong :man_shrugging:
just wanted to hear if it was just “me” being confused, or if others read it the same -so didn’t have to be confused by myself :smile:


#13

y, u’d need to identify the second ‘it’ as “not true” or “false” because u already previously used ‘it’ as ‘too good to be true’, so to most ppl yr sentence reads “if it is too good to be true it is not too good to be true” while u mean “if it is too good to be true it is untrue/false/not true”