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4-03-2008 @ 4:34AM
Yah, the resaling-the-epics example is definitely not fraud. That person is taking a huge risk (especially if he's buying epic armor/weapons) of being quickly undercut and losing money overall. I used to do something similar, but not as lame, with the enchanting market. If I wanted to sell some Essences/Dust and I saw there were only a handful on the market at less than average I'd buy them all out and repost them along with mine at 110-120% of the average. That's not fraud, it's good business sense. By your example the FTC better go raid Wall Street and arrest all those dirty con artist stock traders.
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