Scratchdb tends to update accounts that are more popular ( i.e. have more followers) more frequently, which is why sone really old accounts may be outdated. However sending a request for a user’s data adds it to a queue or smth, so it might be updated sooner, which is why people might get different results.
@javaarchive probably not, it finds users through follower trees, but requesting an account’s data may make it be scraped and the data added.
Also @LankyBox01 for the info you’re showing, you could just as easily use https://api.scratch.mit.edu/users/USERNAME, which will be faster and more up-to-date (unless you were aiming to do a scratchstats type thing )