Report Denied Thank you for submitting this report. Sadly the evidence you have provided is insufficient to warrant the user(s) a punishment. If you have any other evidence of these user(s) breaking the rules, please provide this in a new report. If you have any more questions or concerns regarding this decision, feel free to send me a private message with a link to the report. This is the typical message that you get when a report is denied, but no reasoning is given to us as reporters as what made a report insufficient. Many reports I make are very very blatant in nature but are still denied, which leads me to believe that the person who handled it didn't look at the evidence (or is friends with the player who was reported). We need logical reasoning behind why the most obvious hacking or rule breaking is not dealt with. Sometimes, you will need more than one piece of evidence for teaming, stat boosting, etc which obvious makes sense if a report is denied. However, when something like X-Ray or movement hacks (that are definitely clear) are not accepted, it leads me to believe something suspicious is behind it. It sometimes worries me that only one staff member reviews the evidence, where there could be error. This means it would be best to have several people to look over the proof we provide. So, the basic question is, should we get clear feedback for why our reports are denied? Or the automated message as was before? And should multiple staff members review reports?