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2-29-2008 @ 12:51PM
The GM is the only person in my guild that can change/withdraw items from the bank. I'm baffled why many other guilds are not like this. If you leave it open, they will come.
2-29-2008 @ 1:05PM
Quoted for truth. Why the hell do you let officers have withdraw privileges. All I see is that you got exactly what you set yourself up for. Stop the QQ, learn and live.
2-29-2008 @ 5:18PM
Because it's useful to have people be able to exchange items via the bank? I mean, the bank is there to be useful and if it's well protected but not useful, you still lose.Obviously control and trust must be balanced. I'm in a fulll-trust guild where everyone can withdraw anything from any tab. We're all real life personal friends. No one comes into the guild who isn't. Sure, one of them can choose to rob the guild blind but, it's just not going to happen. Even if they wanted do, they'd jeopardize their real life friendship.I'm also in a raiding guild that does some soft recruiting - pulling in people from pugs. In that guild I have no withdraw priveledges and can only see what's in some tabs. Makes sense to me.
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