User talk:McJeff

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Help request[edit]

{{Admin help}} I have identified what I believe is another ECW500 sockpuppet, but there are two concerns I have that prevent me from filing another checkuser. One, is that a checkuser was run recently and did not pick it up. The second, which ties to the first, is that if I were to post my evidence on wiki, he would be able to alter his behavior to avoid detection. There's one particular smoking gun that I absolutely do not want to state publicly. Would it be possible for a checkuser with time on his hands or an administrator familiar with ECW500 - or preferably, someone who's both - give me a way to contact him off wiki? Failing that, could someone instruct me on how I would go about presenting private evidence related to sockmasters to the appropriate authority? McJEFF (talk) 23:44, 29 February 2012 (UTC)

I think your best bet is to contact an active CU directly via email or to send a message to the mailing list. ​—DoRD (talk)​ 02:49, 1 March 2012 (UTC)

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