Drew Monty

This players case has been re-opened permanently. The first case has been returned in full as shown below however this player then proceded to not split a second Twisted Bow which is found further down the page which has not been returned and is still owed.

Accused Player Name at the Time of Abuse: Drew Monty

Date of Abuse: Monday, 23 July 2018

Accused of: Not Splitting Twisted Bow

Damage Value: 660m

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Submitted by: Dream Anew

Clan: NA

Victim(s): Dream Anew & Anford

The story as told by Name: We are not a PvM clan, just some guys trying to do raids in their extra time. Drew Monty (the accused), Anford (The other member of our raid group, we had an agreement where even though he was ironman, he would pay us our split through an alternate account he had. This means that if the non iron men got a drop, we would split with Anford’s alternate account), and myself went on a few raids that night. Drew Monty received a Twisted Bow drop.

After the raid, we went to the Grand Exchange of course to sell the Twisted Bow and receive our splits. He wanted to sell the bow for 1290m, but it would not sell in the exchange. This is where things get a little confusing.

Before this incident, it was discussed that Drew almost had enough to afford his own Twisted Bow. Because of this, Anford and I agreed that Drew should just pay us our split from his own bank and keep the Twisted Bow that we received from the raid. Drew then proceeded to give each of us only 100m each, saying that he will “pay us back later after he does inferno”.

Feeling extremely nervous I wouldn’t get a full payout, I tried not to complain and I actually kinda believed him. (Keep in mind this is my first time ever meeting Drew Monty, apparently he is a good friend of one of Anford’s friends)

After receiving our 100m “split” we decided “what the heck, let Drew use the Twisted Bow for 1 more raid”, as we wanted to try and get a back to back drop.

After completing our last raid of the night, again we all went to the Grand Exchange in order to actually sell the Twisted Bow and receive the remainder of our split. Upon waiting at the Grand Exchange for around 5 minutes, it became apparent that Drew was not coming. Becoming worried, I began checking hotspots to see where he was (he was still online to us on our private chats). I eventually found him standing at the bank chest outside the Chambers of Xeric. I began asking him about what we were going to do about the split, and from this point on he began explaining how he wanted to use it for inferno and that he wasn’t going to give us our full split until he was done. This conversation be proven by the screenshots provided hereafter.

I logged in today to see if he actually kept me on his friends list, and I joined his Clan Chat to take a picture for the form. In the picture you can see him in his Chat, with his Chat titled “Raids” which leads me to believe he isn’t doing the Inferno at all, and is actually just raiding with Anford and I’s Twisted Bow split.

Submitted Evidence:


2nd Incident:

Accused Player Name at the Time of Abuse: Drew Monty

Date of Abuse: Monday, 23 July 2018

Accused of: Not Splitting Twisted Bow

Damage Value: 539m owed in splits

Evidence Quality Suggestion:

Submitted by: f usmc k

Clan: N/A

Victim(s): Dream Anew & Anford

The story as told by f usmc k: In a 4 man ffa raid, drew and I messaged each other at the same time asking to split. Drew responded “lmao” and I was under the impression that we were duo splitting in this 4 man raid (one of the guys was an ironman, and the other I did not know). Drew and I are in the same clan but this raid took place in Drew’s CC.

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  1. BEWARE IF THIS PERSON….. he now has a clan chat and recruits ppl. He befriends them for some time, calls himself a rising streamer, and then asks for loans only to not repay or return after!! I got my dragon hunter lance taken two nights ago and he’s put me on block since… avoid this person at all costs in raids or if he recruits you to his scam clan

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