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1-16-2008 @ 12:02PM
"I think the reporting mechanism is starting to get to them though. Every time they lose an account (when it's reported) they have to make a new one. In the scope of the money they're making it's really not a big deal, but it's tedious repetition"Um, don't the gold sellers use trial accounts for their spam? I mean why pay 20 bucks for an account that's gonna get shut down in like a day or two, even with the money they're presumably making. As to it being tedious repetition, these people likely use bots for their farming and spamming, so I find it pretty likely they have a script or something to apply for a new trial account when their old ones get shut down, so I don't think it's quite as tedious as you suspect. All that said, I really don't see why Blizz doesnt block american/european acccounts from logging in via a Chinese IP address, Blizz should jsut detect the IP address and be like, we're sorry please try to create a trial account via our chinese service, or something like that.What I've been noticing more of, are spammers with non alphabet soup names spamming in /s across multiple lines (as opposed to one big /s message) for a certain website where they claim you can get the "undetectable wow stat changer", and who apparently speak english well enough to respond to people who make the argument that the only undetectable thing you're gonna get at said site is a keylogger.
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