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2-25-2008 @ 1:49PM
It's a trust issue. If you can't trust the people in charge to be judicious with guild funds, then you should reconsider whether you want to be in that guild. But, if your guild doesnt have a stated policy on how it handles its bank, that could feed into discontent.In my guild we have two general tabs that anyone can withdraw from. A raiding supplies tab that only raiders can withdraw from. And a guild storage tab, a resist tab, and a for sale tab where we store resist gear, valuable hard to replace mats, and items to be sold to raise funds that only officers can withdraw from. Additionally, only the guild leader can withdraw gold from the bank. Limiting the number of people with that kind of access can be a good idea in case someone's account gets hacked. All requests for funds or items from officer only tabs are made through a public forum on our website. That way everything is out in the open.
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