General Thread for PSAs [8/9]

Posted 1 year, 7 months ago (Edited 3 months, 16 days ago) by Vespisia


8/9: New PSA added.

5/14: 2 new PSAs added.

4/8: New PSA posted and additional information on Squidribs added to relevant PSA.

It was suggested that there should perhaps be a general thread for PSAs which is a fine idea. A place that links to other PSAs and keep things organized.
You can link your threads/PSAs/etc, and I'll add them to the posts. :D
Please Note: I can only accept public PSAs. Anon PSAs are too much of a risk to accept, as they can be open to slander.

Things That Count for PSAs!
-Illegally chargebacked (you did a commission, but person claims you never did, for instance)
-Being shifty on doing owed things (taking months on an icon for example, lack of contact or updates, etc)
-Tracing and profiting off of it...

Things That Don't Count!
-Someone has better art than you
-Rude behavior
-Subjective issues
-Dog ate your homework

Obviously, this is just the basic frame work. Each case is different. For instance, someone could go around harassing artists for art and customs, or for people to give up their adopts and whatnot, and that could almost certainly be considered for a PSA...

Of course, it would be great if no more PSAs occur, but in the case they do, I support people posting them because they keep the community safe and will link to them in this general thread. owo/

There'll be two posts, one for PSAs and one for resolved cases! ^^

Question, can I make a psa even if it was resolved? No bad mouthing, just evidence of them not completing the work for over a year then asking to just do a refund because they didn't want to do the work.

RyverWren I'd say no to that as well, if it's actually resolved and the person has corrected their behavior since

Azolin Caine I agree, I was debating on it because of some issues during and after (they continue to take commissions and I spoke with three others who also never received the work) but I feel like it would probably be unnecessary drama and I'm not up to it.

I actually forgot I even asked the question, but thank you very much for the reply, I wholeheartedly agree.