It starts with a user having 10 rubles randomly appear in their Steam Wallet, it ends in having his account frozen for 9 weeks due to the actions of a Russian troll. 10 rubles is roughly 30 cents, there is very little chance this was an accident. It seems like a very deliberate move which exploits the lack of validation the Russian pay kiosks use. Avoid ARMA, avoid Dota2, avoid any other game that may be popular in Russia. It is very easy for them to lock down your account, and Steam support take so long to set things straight. This probably isn't formatted correctly for your USN guidelines, but do you know who I am? Yeah. The fact that this makes it incredibly easy for anybody in a country that uses those pay kiosks to lock down another users account is VERY important. This shouldn't be a thing that happens. I'm hoping that if this spreads perhaps Steam will finally step up their customer support, remove the kiosks as a payment method until they implement a method of account validation, and put systems in place to never allow this to happen. Thanks for reading.