are you using the correct trainer?
if a game has online component and login you are at the mercy of whatever the developer decides they don't like.
you would need to contact the developer and ask them, we have no idea.
so far nobody reported any negative effects of using the trainer.
This game has no multiplayer features whatsoever. It's a strictly single player experience. So it's doubtful that anything bad is going to happen if you tinker with the game.
We've always felt if you buy software and run it on your own machine and your are playing in your own existence or alone, then you OWN it all and should be able to do whatever you want with it. Multiplayer is something we don't condone cheating in.
I've been wondering the same thing.
I was able to increase my bits to a ridiculous amount, but changing skill points did not work the same way
I also got this error when I updated the trainer, but then realized I actually had both versions of the trainer running. After closing the Old Trainer, the new trainer activated properly.
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. It couldn't be more simple than that, it's all spelled out for you in black and white. If you follow the instructions then it is an almost ridiculously easy thing to do. That may seem rude, but almost all of the trainers I've tested came down to someone not following instructions. I now understand, after testing 400+ trainers, why the staff can get a bit irritated when someone just can't be bothered to read.