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4-07-2007 @ 3:21AM
On Wednesday, I had just completed a BM run with my guildies, planned on going to Kara on my day off. I came home Thursday night to farm some gold to pay for repairs over the weekend because I was pretty much broke from buying mats to get my enchanting up. I went to log in and my password wouldn't work, no matter how many times I put in the password. So I went to do a password recovery and went to my email to get the new password and saw that I had received a lovely email from Blizz stating "for exploitation of the World of Warcrafteconomy or for being associated to accounts which have been closed for intendedexploitation." as well. The only other account I have is my BF's account and it's been closed for some time. I've never exploited, you may or may not choose to believe that. But I've played 8 years of Ultima Online previously, been a counselor in that game, been playing WoW for 3 or close to it. I despise cheaters, I despise people that use bots. I've never bought or sold gold EVER. I have worked my ass off to level my toons, I've never used a 3rd party to level them(2 70s, 3 other 60s and odds and ends). Again I say I worked my ass off on those characters, spent many a night arguing with my bf about playing a game that he hates and I love only to get banned. I get a vague email just telling me that I've exploited and I know I have not and heard nothing back from account admin. Not everyone that gets banned is an exploiter, I used to think so but now I'm the one on the end of that stick and now I feel bad for the people I unjustly accused or didn't believe.
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