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8-08-2008 @ 2:26PM
All these people saying "No other company would make this retroactive, why should Blizzard?!". You're wrong. Example: If I go to Best Buy on a Wednesday and buy a DVD player for $100. The the Sunday paper comes out and that DVD player is now $50 for the week. If I go in to Best Buy, they're gonna give me 50 bucks back. If I bought it 2 months ago, they're not going to honor that (which is fine). This is why I think they should honor at least the friend benefits for the past 90 days (although if you recommended your friend 80 days ago, you should only have 10 days left).Honestly, it couldn't be hard for Blizzard to do this. I recommended my fiance 2 weeks ago. If I log into my account, it shows her account as "linked" to mine. But, since it didn't happen this week, we get no benefits. It really does feel like a raw deal.
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