Not all rs gold lost are scam. It can be because of the game economy that affects the in-game market price… the chance and level of skills to cut gems and… Worst case scenario the GMs can help you.
Avoid losing rs gold with RS Market Manipulation and Free Gem Cutting
OVER and UNDER rs gold pricing
Thought it’s not good to manipulate the market rs gold price of an item for a selfish benefit, the “victim” of this kind of activity sees this tactic as scam. The MAIN reason of this scheme is maybe they are not aware of the “right” market rs gold price. As seen on the image below, the item’s rs gold price changes every day.
Because of the market manipulation, an item’s rs gold prices tend to change. Using of PRICE CHECKER should be executed to avoid the “feeling” and “doubt” if you got scammed or what.
Free Gem Cutting
This activity not very secure, however asking for an item or rs gold to hold on to (for assurance) won’t hurt both sides though it’s not convenient. If you’re unsure with the player’s skill, you may check on his HI-SCORES to see if he can really cut your gems.
Image Source RS_Wikia
Checking things first before getting into something may take your time…
…taking a few minutes of your time to check won’t be a waste if losing your rs gold depends on it.
RS gold scammers beware of the mighty Ban hammer
The news has been announced. The GM’s are now roaming and searching for players who are involved in account trading and buying and selling of RS gold. They actively investigate the accounts of players who are suspicious.
According to the official Runescape news announcement, “Their actions have directly funded a sizable portion of all real worlds trading activity within the game, led to increased macro use, and resulted in huge surges in spam advertising.”
There are also warnings from GM for other players of Runescape, “Such actions are strictly against our rules, and all accounts have been wiped and permanently nuked. This should serve a clear warning to anyone else engaged in similar activities; expect more bans of any continuing offenders.”
If you want to prevent from being banned and scammed and other tips, you can also visit: http://www.onlyrs.com/