My Son being theated

the dns codes on the xbox for gta online this guy is trying to get me banned and
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

Hi there, the best thing to do is to file complaint the player. If he threatened you in a text message, File Complaint him for Offensive Text Message. If he has cheated in game, report him for Cheating. If not, I would go on Xbox Support.

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Best thing you can do is report or block as follows:

From a game lobby:

• Select the player

• View Profile.

• Select File Complaint.

• Give a reason for filing the complaint: i.e. trash talking or cheating

In Call of duty:

• Push Y to go to your friends.

• Go to recent players.

• Select the person you would like to report.

• Click report player.

• From here you have 4 options to report the player Offensive language, Exploiting, Cheating, Boosting

Or mute and block as follows: support.xbox.com/.../mute-block-avoid-players

If cheating, hacking etc. are so prolific with somebody you will not be the only person complaining/blocking. Once enough people do they are usually investigated and banged etc.

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Hello iV x ShotttZz!

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If you are being harassed over Xbox Live, you should file a complaint on the user(s) involved. You can do this by selecting their gamer card, and scrolling down to "File Complaint". Afterwards, make sure to mute, block, and avoid the player(s). These may also be found on their gamer card. If you think you are a victim of a DDoS attack, please view this thread: support.xbox.com/.../dos-attacks-faq If the problem persists, you may need to call your ISP and have your IP address changed.

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Hope this helps; stay safe on Xbox Live!

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