Guide to Request a Ban on Cheaters and Rule BreakersWelcome to the Ban Request Guide. By following this guide, you can learn when to make a ban request, how to make a proper request form and how to make the right proof. Before posting anything, please read the sections carefully, follow the steps below and take a look at the example forms.
1. When should you post a ban request thread?
If someone is breaking the rules, we suggest that you use !report command in-game [!report name reason], just type it in public or better yet in team chat (example: !report JustLove Wallhack), or you can contact a JFF member on the server, it's always faster to ask for help. You can also use our addon to contact other members (download here) or you can join our Discord Channel (or refresh the forum page until you see the "connect" link). If there is nobody online or you don't get any response to your reports, then it is time to post a ban request on the forum.
2. Making the proper Ban Request thread
This is the Ban Request Form. You should copy the form, paste it in your new thread and answer it. Then, if you want to add anything, you can add it in the end.
1.Name of the Cheater / Rule Breaker? 2.Cheat / Rule type (aimbot, wallhack, glitching...etc.) 3.Server? 4.Proof?(demo, screenshot) 5.Time and date on which you recorded the demo
You can see the example of a proper ban request thread below.
You should choose the right prefix(1)
Give it a good title(2)
Fill out the form like in the example(3).
3. How to get proof
You need to provide a proof of your ban request thread. The proof is either a screenshot or a demo. Screenshots are enough when you want to report somebody for glitching, insulting, non-English, Koncept etc. To prove cheats like wallhack, no recoil or aimbot, you need to record a demo. You can record a demo with /record demoname, /stoprecord commands in the game console. You can use the CoD4Player and CoD5Player to play your demos. Download CoD4Player, CoD5Player
Tips for recording the perfect demo
1.Avoid staying in spec while recording a demo
Stay on the same team with the person you are recording. To do that, choose the team and before choosing weapon class, press ESC. This way you can be on the same team with that person and we can see when he has UAV.
2.Name your demo well
Demo names should be something like this: name_number. You should type the name of the guy you record so you can easily find your demo in the folder. Also, you should add a number to the end of the name of the demo because you might need to record the same guy multiple times (for example: playerName_1, playerName_2, playerName_3 etc). Writing the same name again will overwrite the older demo!
3.Keep your demo size around 2mb please!
Demos should not be too long. If you suspect someone has wallhack, you should try to keep your demo around 2mb tops. When your demo reaches 2mb, you simply /stoprecord and /record another one. When you /stoprecord and record a new demo, you can just give it a new number (respectively) to keep your demos in order. Ideal demo size for aimbot and no recoil should not go over 1mb, its an easy cheat to prove and few kills are more than enough (5,6 just to be sure).
4. How to upload proof
You can find your demos by going to the demos folder directly, which is usually located in one of these locations:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\main\demos
C:\Users\[userName]\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Moder Warfare\main
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Call of Duty 4\main\demos
If you can't find the AppData folder than it's probably hidden. To be able to view hidden files, go to your folder options and check "Show hidden files" option. Also, first you need to create the demo in-game to create the demo folder, so do not be surprised if you do not see those folders at first!
After you find your demos, go to JustForJunk to upload them. JustForJunk should automatically create a folder with your own name, if it doesn't, simply use your forum name and password to create it. After that, you can upload your proof in that folder. First, open the folder with your name on it, then click "Add files" and you can simply add your demos there or you can just drag and drop your demos inside the pop-up. Now click on "Start" to upload the demos. Then after the demo is finished uploading you should hover your mouse pointer over that demo, right click on the demo and select "Copy link address". Paste that link address in ban request form.
All the bans can be seen on the Wall of Shame for CoDUO, CoD2, CoD4 and CoD5. You must be logged in to see it and you need to set results per page to a certain number to see the list of banned IPs/players and all the reporters. If your ban request is approved > this is where you upload the proof you made.
You are Done with the basic guide to cheater reporting!
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