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10-19-2008 @ 3:50PM
Well this is simple. Blizzard is legally required to fix this, as if they dont, they break both federal and state laws. AKA, not providing services paid for. Which basically means they can and probably will be shut down.Here's hoping they get their act together and fix this.
10-19-2008 @ 4:24PM
LoL! More self-righteous nerdrage about a game. You should probably play for your levels instead of litigating them. Then you'd notice things like the low level quest tracker really are there. At least you can spell and form a sentence, unlike your buddy Josh.
10-19-2008 @ 4:36PM
No. Blizzard (So obviously) covers themselves completely from this kind of thing.
10-19-2008 @ 4:38PM
G: ... and why does your kind exist? So you can be bullet fodder for wars.Pip: Umm ... no they didnt.
10-19-2008 @ 6:07PM
It'd be a good idea to check any info you have from when you signed up to the program. Just like any contract, it should state the service you recieve and the term (time the service is valid for). Also check any exemplaries.. probably in small print somewhere.If it states that free levels are part of the service (which they obviously are) and a date where the ability to grant free levels stops, then you're entitled to recieve that service until the specified date. Of course, be sure to check all the small details carefully, things like ToS are designed to give the company as little liability as possible. Something like "we reserve the right to change the term at any point". If something like that exists then there's nothing you can do as it's something you agreed to when you first signed up to RaF.
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