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7-18-2007 @ 6:24PM
Obviously economic manipulation can be disruptive. This has been adequately demonstrated time after time in real-world markets.Probably blizzard should put in some kind of broad prohibition about AH manipulation as a chilling effect, but only enforce it when things are extreme. They should do spot checks on player economic activity, such as someone buying or selling huge amounts of low-value items or making extreme amounts of money, or constantly buying items and immediately reposting them at a higher price. (which can be a sign of a monopolization attempt)They could issue warnings or suspensions to keep the abuses down, and people who feel aggrieved about a suspension or banning can file appeals (by paying a nonrefundable filing fee) to have the penalty overturned or reduced. In the event of a successful penalty reversal, the appeal filing fee would be credited to the account.
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