In a nutshell this Q&A https://askubuntu.com/a/1048488/307523 the commenter says:
@WinEunuuchs2Unix - you are not honest, when you disabled a bounty for right answer of me over two weeks ago... apparently you deleted your question to avoid your bounty ...
To which I feel I wrote a suitable reply comment:
@dschinn1001 Thank you for your libelous comment. You should be careful about breaking laws set in most nations such as libel ones. I've never issued a bounty and deleted it. Indeed I'm not even sure if it is possible to delete a bountied question. If you feel I've robbed you in anyway whatsoever you should bring it to the attention of the moderators.
Call me thin-skinned if you will but, I do not feel my reply comment is enough. Is it possible for a mod to email the commenter and get to the bottom of this allegation???
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I think the only way to find out what the commenter is referring to is to write an SQL query on Stack Exchange finding all the answers deleted under their User ID. Then looking to see which one was an answer to a bountied question that was deleted by the OP causing the commenter to loose out on the bounty.
Why reputation is important
A fortnight ago I gave my Screen Name here to the president of our 400 person company in hopes of a promotion from Warehouse Receiver into the Software Development (IT) department. Therefore allegations of unethical behavior can effect employment.
A potential answer is here: How do I contact a user privately, as a moderator?