How to use gibe hats pls, up to no good, HatsDb | Detailed Guide

So you want to know how to use gibe hats pls and are interested in starting with tf2 rip-off trading?
You've come to the right place, not many people tell these things what I am going to tell you.
Lets begin.....
First off: We don't sponsor the site nor encourage doing this, we are here to simply spread the knowledge regarding how to do something.

Firstly, if you don't know what is the use of gibe hats pls then please refer my older posts, it is a tool used for tf2 scamming or tf2 rip-off trading.I personally recommend it over other similar websites like up-to-no-good.appspot.com, this guide also covers how to use http://up-to-no-good.appspot.com/ as well as how to use http://gibehatspls.gladosdan.com/ 

Since you got the idea of what we are trying to achieve here lets continue, 

  • - Step 1:   Run Team Fortress 2 and open the Steam In game Browser and Visit one of the above two sites, either gibe hats pls or up to no good
  •  - Step 2: Join a 32 player slot server with at least 30-31 players playing, this is important as well as it depends on your luck. The more players playing the more chances are you'd find a person with valuable item in his bagpack with less hours played.
  • Step 3. Now open the developers console by pressing the "~" key, the key below Esc. If it doesn't show up, make sure you have developer console enabled. Do this by going to options >: keyboard > Advanced > Enable Developer console.
  • Step 4-So you are in game and opened the developer console, now type "status" in developer console and hit enter.
  • Step 5 Copy-paste the resulting list containing SteamIDs (they look like STEAM_:X:XXXXX) into the input field of gibe hats pls or up to no good. No need to edit or remove anything, just copy paste as it is.
  • Step 6 Now the players in the current server who are new and have valuable items are shown on the site, check their bagpack.
  • Step 7 Even if you yourself are new and don't know anything about the actual value of the item just open another site in steam browser (http://tf2spreadsheet.blogspot.com/) it'll show you the prices of the items.
  • Step 8 Send the person a trade request by copy pasting his steam community url from the status scanner site to your Tf2> Items> Trading > Send trade request by community URL or you can find his name on current server and send him a trade request.
  • Now, these guys are new and they don't know what items are valued at what price, when you were new you also might have thought that weapons are valued higher than hats, because weapons can kill and hats cannot.
  • Step 9 Just give these guys some weapons and take the item
Now after reading this you may be really exited, yes I was too when I first heard about it. By practice you'd get efficient at this and maybe someday you'd snatch things like these:





Wait there! Show a little appreciation by sharing this awesome piece of information with your friends.Please link back to this post whenever you find someone asking for help on this.



HatsDB | New, Free and Working TF2 and DOtA 2 Server scanner

So my last blog post on how to use Gibe hats pls had been very popular and people were constantly asking me an alternative to Gibe hats pls since it is now premium members only.
The answer is here guys! Hats DB!
This is a new site which not only scans Tf2 servers, but also DotA 2 servers. Isn't it awesome?

Here is the link to the site: http://hatsdb.com/

The usage of the site is same as Gibe hats pls, read my tutorial on how to use gibe hats pls here:
http://tf2teams.blogspot.in/2012/01/how-to-use-gibe-hats-pls-up-to-no-good.html
Have fun!


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How to Idle in TF2 [The right and easiest way]

Basic requirements:


A good computer, your spec can tell how many accounts you can Idle with simultaneously. A normal now-a-days PC can take in 4 accounts at a time.

-2 or more (premium) TF2 accounts.

A trial or full version of Sandboxie.
Trial version allows two connections i.e you can Idle with 2 accounts simultaneously.
With a full version you can run unlimited accounts.






The steps:


1.Download and install Sandboxie.

2.Delete the default sandbox and create a new one. Name it as you wish.

3.Right-click the sandbox and go to settings.

-Restrictions->Drop rights->Drop rights from Administrators and Power User groups must be unchecked.

-Resource Access->File Access->Full Access and add the HDD Steam is installed on or add specific Steam folder. <--VERY important step.

4.Right-click on your sandbox and Run Sandboxed->Run Windows Explorer and navigate to Steam and log on to your alt.

5.Apply your idling settings and run TF2. Then run Steam normally and idle with you main. If you get an error you have to wait until the first instance of TF2 finished loading.

Congratulations. You are now idling with 2 accounts simultaneously. If you want to trade between accounts just remove the idle settings and run TF2 normally add your idle account as friend and use the Steam trading feature. It lets you trade more than 8 items at once.


How to use gibe hats pls, up to no good | Detailed Guide

So you want to know how to use gibe hats pls and are interested in starting with tf2 rip-off trading?
You've come to the right place, not many people tell these things what I am going to tell you.
Lets begin.....
First off: We don't sponsor the site nor encourage doing this, we are here to simply spread the knowledge regarding how to do something.

Firstly, if you don't know what is the use of gibe hats pls then please refer my older posts, it is a tool used for tf2 scamming or tf2 rip-off trading.I personally recommend it over other similar websites like up-to-no-good.appspot.com, this guide also covers how to use http://up-to-no-good.appspot.com/ as well as how to use http://gibehatspls.gladosdan.com/ 

Since you got the idea of what we are trying to achieve here lets continue, 

  • - Step 1:   Run Team Fortress 2 and open the Steam In game Browser and Visit one of the above two sites, either gibe hats pls or up to no good
  •  - Step 2: Join a 32 player slot server with at least 30-31 players playing, this is important as well as it depends on your luck. The more players playing the more chances are you'd find a person with valuable item in his bagpack with less hours played.
  • Step 3. Now open the developers console by pressing the "~" key, the key below Esc. If it doesn't show up, make sure you have developer console enabled. Do this by going to options >: keyboard > Advanced > Enable Developer console.
  • Step 4-So you are in game and opened the developer console, now type "status" in developer console and hit enter.
  • Step 5 Copy-paste the resulting list containing SteamIDs (they look like STEAM_:X:XXXXX) into the input field of gibe hats pls or up to no good. No need to edit or remove anything, just copy paste as it is.
  • Step 6 Now the players in the current server who are new and have valuable items are shown on the site, check their bagpack.
  • Step 7 Even if you yourself are new and don't know anything about the actual value of the item just open another site in steam browser (http://tf2spreadsheet.blogspot.com/) it'll show you the prices of the items.
  • Step 8 Send the person a trade request by copy pasting his steam community url from the status scanner site to your Tf2> Items> Trading > Send trade request by community URL or you can find his name on current server and send him a trade request.
  • Now, these guys are new and they don't know what items are valued at what price, when you were new you also might have thought that weapons are valued higher than hats, because weapons can kill and hats cannot.
  • Step 9 Just give these guys some weapons and take the item
Now after reading this you may be really exited, yes I was too when I first heard about it. By practice you'd get efficient at this and maybe someday you'd snatch things like these:





Wait there! Show a little appreciation by sharing this awesome piece of information with your friends.Please link back to this post whenever you find someone asking for help on this.



Tips for new TF2 Rip-off traders!

Tips for new TF2 Rip-off traders! The Holy Bible for TF2 Scammers!
  • Always keep a good supply of seemingly useless items (I.E. ellis caps) to deter people who randomly trade you, or in some cases, a good deal.
  • When someone asks for an offer, always start with your lower valued items/hats. Chances are you can detect an experienced trader by their response.
  • If something seems too good to be true (I.E. someone asking for a menial value item while offering a much higher valued item) it probably is, and they only seek to scam/troll you.
  • Never sell your stuff for less then you payed unless it was a stupid deal.
  • If someone wants a specific hat then they will usually give alot for it.
  • Consult with the server and friends before a trade so you never do stupid deals.
  • If someone unboxes a unusual lowball them all day.
  • When a new item comes out its worth 5x more then normal, slowly decreases until it averages out.
  • Don't try to smuther and extend the deal to pretend like you are thinking before doing a good deal, the guy would probably come to his senses or will remember a friend of his wants that item in the meantime.
  • [*]Don't befriends with the guy you are scamming(AKA adding him/he adds you to his friend list), he would probably want those things back, and it's kinda hard to explain that to him.
  • Ellis caps are really worthy for some newbies, alot of them would offer real hats, also remind them it's an all class hat, and they would probably add alot more.
  • If someone that looks intelligent offers you a hat nobody wants (Buckaroos,Rack,Prancers) start by saying "Hard to get rid of that X huh?" (X representing the hat), "Been there", the guy would probably understand, thinking that you know the value of things and would then "let you" get a good deal out of it-sounds stupid but it works.
  • People that don't believe in tiers are goldmines
  • Somethings that a non-trader won't ever get is why you would offer 1 refined for a hat. To them, 3 refined is a hat and that is the minimum they'd take.
  • You can actually use the ingame inspect button (For me it's binded to i). Simply point your crosshairs on a teammates and you can see if their hat is vintage, etc. Useful if they're looking for a hat swap
  • -Never tell the person that their item is rare or limited
     
  • Don't trade an engineer while he is working on his shit mid game, he will probably decline any future trade reqests
     
  • -Don't use in-game chat when you are trying to scam.
     
  • -When they say your offer is tempting, and they are not trading it, always throw in a couple paints
     
  • -There is no real server to scam on, don't sit in orange/mariokart all day expecting to get a max head for weapons

What is Rip-Off trading in Team Fortress 2?

First off, it's not scamming. Scamming is for tricks and bitches. Scam trading is more like "ripping off." It is taking advantage of people little knowledge of rarity. For instance, getting a hat for a weapon.

Will Valve get mad at me?
No. They don't care what goes on in the trade box. If both parties clicked ready, they were both willing.

What's the difference from this and stealing?
Stealing (or real scamming) would be swiping a purse from an old lady and running.
Scam trading would be offering a lady 20 dollars for her purse.

Tips:

Always trade twice. You have to remember, most people are trying to play the game. If you were in the middle of trying to beat the shit out of a heavy with a fish, you wouldn't be too inclined to click 'Accept Trade' either. Wait a minute or so, or until you see them die on the killfeed.
Fuck NFS. On the same note of the above rule, ignore 'not for salers'. How many times have you seen someone with 3 hours, and a burning flames tyrants helm, and you asked them for it, and they told you it wasn't for sale? Try to wow them with an offer (remember, not a good offer) and if they decide they actually do want a crit-a-cola, you win!
You are scam trading, remember. Johnny Nick Nack has buds, and you want them bad. He wants a bills hat. You have a bills hat, and you know buds are worth 2 bills hats! You want to give a bills hat to Sally Saliva or whatever the fuck, I don't care. You put in your bills, and he asks for maybe another hat. Then another. Then another. Pretty soon, it's an even deal. Never lose sight of the objective. You are ripping people off, you're not trading fair.
Call their bluff. If the scam-ee knows a liiiiiiiittttle something something about value, he likely wont give it away for free, but with luck, you can convince them that it's lower. If they know that their buds are rare, tell them you cant get much more than a bald engie for them these days. They might be dumb enough to buy it.
Life Lines. If someone is looking for a sandman for their max head or some other amazing deal, but you don't have the weapon, you do have a friends list and tf2tp. You could always try to get it in a few minutes.
Backpack Awareness. Always have their tf2items or tf2b backpack open when talking to them in trade. Don't offer hats they already have. And if they are very new and don't have paints or dueling minigames, offer those. Chances are, they will take it in a second.
Be multi-lingual. Get this, lots of TF2 players don't speak english. If Mr. Japan 2010 over here has a big kill, are you just going to give up because he put some alien text in the trade chat? Fight back! Grab a translator and paste what he said in there, then translate your response. Never let a language barrier deter you of a good scam trade.
Facepunch, unite! See someone from this thread that you recognize in game, shoot them a trade to say what's up. We're all nice to eachother usually. Just check up on your facepunch bro, and let them know that you're with 'em.[/list]