I just had a global ban appeal rejected on BF4DB and unfortunately, because there are no exceptions to their rule of appealing a ban based on an account being hacked when the cheating occurred, the thread was closed immediately.
I know that a LOT of people have tried to bring this subject up before, I just don't know if anyone has ever been successful in proving anything once the appeal has already been rejected once.
So I'm just hoping I can use this forum to at least discuss my points.
I get that hackers will use that as an excuse for themselves and security measures are the responsibility of the user. But, surely if I feel that statistical evidence does back up my claim, then why can't it make a difference and be discussed further?
I know that it would be too much for the team at BF4DB to do extra research for every individual case. But, I'm just hoping anyone reading this on here can use any of the evidence to help me prove my case.
I have never really paid much attention to my stats before, so I don't know which site is the best in that regard, but the guy who reported my account linked my stats from bf4cheatreport.com and this is the site that I used to check and felt that it showed well enough that my account was hacked.
This is the report link -
My account was comprimised on June 26th and the 3 battle reports that the guy on BF4DB linked were all from that same day, as you can see from the list of my last 200 rounds here -
I realised that my account had been hacked the next day (27th) and changed the account name and password straight away, however the report was only made on BF4DB on July 6th. So while I know that is not 'evidence' per se, at least it seems strange that if I had been hacking, I would have stopped doing it before any complaint had been made
As for actual evidence that the stats show in terms of being unusual, the battle reports used in my investigation and all the others from that day (26th) all show suspicious values for HSKR and a few for KPH. You can see from that list of most recent rounds (200) that it is the only time those values have been suspiciously high like that. Plus, you can see the guy hacking never used any vehicles, while I use a lot, he uses guns I never use (with SCAR-H being used in 2 rounds as an exception), he plays on game modes that I don't and on servers that I don't.
I'll link back further than the previous 200 reports in the hope that it helps my claim of unusual activity being restricted to only that 1 specific day.
Of course you can go back further if you wish by changing the dates on the search from for the website.
My Battlelog -
With 3200 hours played, one day of play won't alter overall stats dramatically, so looking at my general stats on my Battlelog page are basically what they were before June 26th. Having racked up these sats over the YEARS of playing are surely not really going to be those of someone who decides they suddenly want / need to purchase hacks?
BF4 is one of only 2 games that I play, and I have only put in so many hours in to playing it because I am housebound with health issues (not saying that others with similar playing times have no lives necessarily, lol), so unfortunately it is really depressing to think I'm not going to be able to play it anymore. If anyone can agree with my points here and more importantly, someone who can help with bringing this up with someone involved with anyone from the BF4DB team, I would be so grateful, because as I said, I'm not allowed to with them directly because my thread was closed immediately.