Right now, there are some major problems with the way MSN hackings are going. Basically, the hacker has incentive to trade himself with the msn accounts, and stage trades. By doing so, the hacker creates fake scam reports which the victim must repay in order to return on Sythe.org. These hackers know that most victims run healthy businesses and will likely repay the losses to return to trading. This is a major problem. Let's say I am hacked, and the guy who takes my MSN goes and stages a 10B trade. He takes the screenshots of the fake trade, stages an MSN convo, and uploads the proof. I am basically shit out of luck, and I have to repay the hacker, even though nobody was scammed. Theoretically, this could continue up to an infinite amount. My proposal is to make a cap of what a trader is liable to repay on their MSN without a Sythe PM. I'd say anyone trading billions at a time should be asking for a PM anyways. This exempts smaller trades, and really only affects the bigger players. Basically, traders should not be liable for anything beyond $1,000 per trade on MSN done without a Sythe PM. This rule should be heavily advertised to ensure people understand. Any abuse of this rule should be closely investigated, and all scam reports should be looked at and examined for fake hackings, etc. (saying you're hacked when you're not, to get away with a scam). However, I think this recent flow of hacking has shown us that the system is too easily abused by the hackers.