Your not reading what I am saying. I said I know this and I said that you can do that but not to do it if you didn't do the offer properly.
I'll break this down.
"Just do not abuse this feature when you don't get credit only do this if you did exactly what was instructed and can provide proof of it."
This was a run on sentence. Therefore there was little clarity.
"Just do not abuse this feature when you don't get credit"
Assuming the person tried to do the offer correctly and wanted to use this feature
"only do this if you did exactly what was instructed and can provide proof of it"
Support will only help if the offer was done correctly
So how can they abuse/exploit something if it won't let them or won't work?
There are two ways you can interpret that sentence:
Do not abuse/exploit it to get offers to credit if you didn't do them right/didn't fully complete them/don't have proof (That's impossible as you cannot get credited if you didn't do it right and have no proof.)
Do not abuse/exploit this every time you don't get credit
I didn't reply to interpretation 1 (What you said) because it was completely illogical to me.
you: don't contently spam them every time you don't get credit
me: I'm pretty sure you can use it just about everytime you don't get credit.
you: I said I know this and I said that you can do that.
You still don't make any sense to me.