Don't know what you're talking about, I know of multiple models that have received fraudulent tips from users, had no way of telling at the beginning of their private shows, afterwards out of fear of losing their account they've contacted support to advise them of suspiciously large tipper with a relatively new profile, only to have their accounts banned, the fraudulent tokens seized obviously, but not only have they lost those tokens but also by banning their account they've also lost their token balance as it were before they've accepted the private.
I can't see where in those circumstances you can consider the models to be at fault, they've done everything right, and it's the payment platforms lapse in security that allows for the tokens to be purchased in the first place. Models are also under the obligation to perform for tips they receive are they not? If they don't they'll also be in strife... such is the situation where they almost have to perform as per the tip, and they're made to do it for free if it turns out to be a fraudulent tipper who finds them attractive.
deducting the fraudulent tokens is one thing, but if also taking their legitimately earned tokens along with them by banning their account isn't stealing, then I don't know what is!!
So while you maybe here to tow the company line, I'm sorry but what I'm quoting and is highlighted in red that's a straight up lie.
If it weren't you'd pay them out the balance of everything they'd earnt and was not fraudulent, right up until you've decided to ban them, which if we can be real for a minute here, I'd say majority of the time it is more so to do with them being a liability than it is that Stripchat has any evidence that'd implicate them in having any involvement with the tipper / the fraud.