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4-02-2008 @ 8:28PM
People need to really stop whining about this.They put in a confirm dialog ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO BUY THIS FOR 75G? after too many people whined a long time ago.You have absolutely no excuse at all if this happens to you, ever. Period! There's nothing you can say except "i'm sorry, I'm dumb and I don't read things even after it asks me if I'm really sure". You get what you deserve and someone else gets your money.
4-02-2008 @ 8:41PM
yah, i was just going to throw away a bit o golds just to make sure that even the most insignificant auction did in fact confirm that you actually meant to spend as much gold as you initially clicked....its not buyer beware... blizz has more than enough mechanisms in place to help people deal with their auction house blues... those not smart enough to utilize the already (nearly) idiot proof safeguards should really stick to feeding the frauders
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