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10-08-2008 @ 4:56PM
Blizz has humans....humans make mistakes, it cant be avoided if he went out of his way to post something like this he is stupid. there is never going to be a 100% anything, and that includes the right pepole being banned. sure you have the right to complain but there is no reason of going out of your way to tell everyone else about it.
10-08-2008 @ 5:12PM
The problem is 1. Blizzard refuse to admit mistakes, and 2. they refuse to remove marks added due to mistakes and/or corruption.It is also the innocent that yells the loudest when wronged.
10-08-2008 @ 6:02PM
Disagreed. Allegedly, I had marks removed once. My account was warned because "The Dirty Hordes" was too 'adult' in nature. After a loooot of emails and two escalations, allegedly (I say that because who knows if it's true) the warning was removed from my account.To be fair to the GM's, they were nice enough to force a rename AND let use pick a new name, rather than disband the guild (bank tabs cost a lot).Pro-tip: Always be nice to customer service people.
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