A CheckUser investigation is a method by which certain Wiktionary users are able to determine IP information for logged in users, information which is normally hidden by the MediaWiki software. This ability allows them to determine whether a given set of usernames are or not connected to a specific IP address, range, ISP or geographical region. Because of the privacy implications, CheckUser requests are only to be used with long-term, persistent suspected sockpuppets and vandals. More information can be found on the Meta policy page. If you feel that your privacy has been violated through the misuse of this tool by a CheckUser enabled person, there is a CheckUser ombudsman service available.
If a CheckUser is in order, request one below including the following information:
Usernames and IPs suspected of association.
Concise examples of reasons for suspicion (diffs and deletion logs).
Other applicable notes and comments.
Sign your request.
If the CheckUser investigation is merited, a CheckUser investigation will be made, with the results posted on this page.