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I cannot get my id. My username for logging into steam is "Spagootie" So i put that and it wasn't MY account. so i tried the url way and i put in this "http://steamcommunity.com/id/UrNuts/" cause thats my url and it didn't work! I don't know what to type in for my name for my ID to come up. I don't know what username or whatever i should put in. Im on a mac if that helps. PLEASE HELP! I need the numbers from my id. btw.
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http://steamcommunity.com/id/bjaming98 that what i entered nothing came up
That's because it is not a valid URL!
I cant find my id !
i cant get this website to fined my profile
Please read the FAQ page before posting! :) Here is your profile: http://steamid.co/u/76561198207205565
i cant find my steam 64 id
Here you go: http://steamid.co/u/76561198213820688 :)
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Why is my trust score so low? The only ban I have is from Oct 24, 2006, almost a decade ago. Does the age of a ban/number of bans play into any part? Does a 9 year old ban really make me so untrustworthy?
Currently the age of the ban doesn't matter. But you're making a point here, it should. I'm going to update the algorythm.
I can see that your score is 6.9 which isn't too bad actually. Considering the ban you have a very decent score (old account, many friends, games, playtime,...)!
I still see 2.9. Unless you mean on your own test version of this site.
The user http://steamcommunity.com/id/opasoas/ is showing up with a SteamID of STEAM_0:1:4768414, which is incorrect, the right SteamID is STEAM_0:1:47684140, notice the 0 at the end.