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6-28-2007 @ 10:33PM
This is a classic statement...__________________________The question is whether the division between the Korean auction site and Wowhead is far enough that visiting Wowhead means you're not supporting gold trading. For some players, it clearly is far enough (at least an ocean away). For others, it's not. But this has nothing to do with IGE any more-- both Brock Pierce and IGE are out of Affinity's picture. That's what I've been told in this interview and elsewhere, and it seems to be true_______________________So it's OK becuase you don't do it in your offices any more and having it abroad makes it fine? C'mon guys people are not that naive. The 'we sold IGE' statment is not a blanket you can use to cover over the issue. Everyone knows you did but what everyone wasn't sure about was your involvment in the RMT business. Thanks to this interview we now all have it from the horses mouth, you are still very involved and given half a chance will do it again if you can make enough cash should the Western market change.It sll ends up in the same bank account at the end of the day eventualy. Affinity really are trying to pull a fast one with the verbal round-abouts and assumptions. Affinity is involved in the RMT business which all its properties (WoWhead etc) benefit from at some point in the chain. Sarah has pretty much summed it up in her posts. It's very shady.
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