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Published on Jan 26, 2011
What do you think about this? Update: Microsoft does not negotiate with cheaters. The Live Team's response:
"Gamerscore resets are done when cheating is detected to keep LIVE fun, fair and safe for everyone. We only do them when we are 100% confident that cheating has occurred, and they are not something that can be appealed. Details can be found here - http://www.xbox.com/Live/Cheating."
Looks like the tag stays.
Update 2: Reader QualityJeverage pointed us to the Twitter of Stephen Toulouse, director of policy and enforcement for Xbox Live, who had this to say about the incident: We confirmed there were cheated achievements and gave the parent the details. This wasn't a "he played too good" situation at all.
Update 3: According to what looks to be Jennifer Zdenek's Twitter page, either she or her son (it's not quite clear) allowed a third party to access Julias' account in order to gain Recon armor for Halo. That certainly counts as cheating, one way or the other.