Alright here's the skinny,
I had lost my internet connection due to being out of money. So I just toiled away at beating all my games and getting all the achievments.
I beat Assasins Creed 2 and Brotherhood, aced Saboteur, Gears 2, Halo Reach + ODST, Bioshock etc. I beat like 15 games. Evidently, I got pretty much 3/4 of the achivements for all my games. The usual "Beat Chapter 1" "Beat Chapter 2" so on and so on. I have the saved games with everything beat, all my memories synced, my medals for halo saying "Beat on Legendary", blew up a boat load of Nazi stuff, and took down Bioshock.
The time came however when I went to my friends house and we wanted to play Black Ops (Which I beat on Veteran, as well as MW2 and WaW) and I though well, I'll just recover my gamertag and have fun in co-op. Soooo I recover my gamertag to his Xbox, and I see that my achievement score drops from 10k to just below 4k. I flipped out. I was pretty irate and furious. We continued to play because I didn't want to just ruin our day just yet. Later that night I went to recover my gamertag BACK to my Xbox because I had a bunch of DLC we could play.
Now I had my hopes up that it was a fluke and SURELY my Xbox would realise that "OH he has all the data proving he did these achievements". Nope. Nothing changed....
All my hard work for like 3 months was lost. I had always wanted to get to 10k just to be superior to most of my friends (lol), it's why we have the score. There is pretty much ZERO chance I'm going to go back and replay all the games that have ZERO replay value and search around and re-try all the things I did to get those ridiculous achievements. Like rebuilding all of the buildings In Assasins Creed, which entails beating the game pretty much.
1.Beat everything got about 5k Achievement points Offline
2.Went to play online with a friend and my Achievements disapeared I was left with just under 5k
3.Recovered back to my OWN Xbox and they still didn't come back even though the proof is all on my Xbox.
4.I want to know if there is anything I can do to get what I deserve back, or if it's lost and hopeless.