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6-29-2007 @ 1:44AM
I fail to see the different in the c-c model here. You have no idea who the players actualy are so it's a very weak argument that it's different. How are people supposed to know that all this stuff going up for sale is just not being farmed or bought in to accounts held by the company from farming outfits. Verty sceptical about this argument to say the least. I think affinity should just simply say, "Yes we are involved in RMT" intead of skirting around this whole issue. The more intelligent readers know what the score is, and at the end of the day, there are millions of players just like Sarah that have a morals and certainly don't want to line the corporate pockets using methods that are against the TOS of any game, rules that the normal player abides by diligently. Bottom line is that Affinity and WoWHead came out with a whole load of BS in the hope that the WOW community would simply buy it. Those that are against the RMT will move on to other sites. The others who don't care then so be it, stick with it and keep the farming, account stealing and all the unsavoury acts that affect thousands of players on a weekly basis going. And if your account does get hacked, remeber it was used for RMT purposes and nothing else.
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