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10-09-2008 @ 2:43AM
I am highly skeptical, and more importantly, before you go posting statements like "there's almost definitely other players like him, banned for doing nothing wrong at all," I would think you would take the time to be sure of what you're saying. I don't see anything in your story that shows me you did any due diligence, other than taking the word of someone who cried to another website, and then quoted that website as if it were a definitive source. I have had a ton of experiences with Blizzard GMs, and I have never yet talked to one who wasn't courteous, helpful and more than reasonable. The GMs have access to logs and they can literally watch you play if they want to. In my experience they bend over backwards to give players the benefit of the doubt, and I don't believe for a minute that any of them hand out bans for no reason, or for supposition. I am extremely suspicious of many of the comments to this post, especially the one about being banned for making gold at the Auction House. They have detailed records of AH transactions and it's very easy for them to verify if you made your gold at the AH, or not. As far as I'm concerned this story is a black mark on Wowinsider, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
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