And they'll likely get caught and shortly banned, they can't continuously continue to play and cheat on alts, ruining more peoples games. Some people don't think, you don't simply just "decide" to mess up and start cheating, especially not when you sit there and ban people for hacking. There is a need to do that, they need to learn from their mistakes and learn that being in a position of power and abusing that to make people believe that you're trustworthy, just to simply break that trust and do it yourself isn't okay. What people don't understand is that players are told that staff members are trustworthy people, we should at the very least trust them to keep our games clean from cheaters, and that includes themselves. A 30-day punishment for someone who was in a position of power and was tasked with keeping games clan is definitely not sufficient, a network ban, or even a permanent ban at that would be the better punishment.