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3-15-2008 @ 11:26AM
My thought is, if you look at the bigger picture - Blizzard wants people to be scared of buying gold. If you look at these stories and think "Wow, if i buy gold from these scum bags i'm just going to get my account hacked and sharded a week later" maybe people won't do it. But if Blizz makes the system 100% keylogger safe (which they probably can) people would say "Screw this, they couldnt log my keys if they wanted to" and gold buying and account selling would run rampant and seriously mess up the game.Not saying this is what happened to Amanda, of course innocent people get caught up. But seriously - this isn't the gold sellers fault, it's the gold BUYERS. Blizz needs more methods to crack down on who is buying the gold and accounts to fix this problem.
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