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1-16-2009 @ 9:44AM
I don't know why such a stupid service has gotten so much publicity from wow insider, its actually really disappointingIf I'm putting in an extra 5 or 6 dollars a month and my server ends up being down for most of the month or the servers are constantly full getting 10 or 15 dollars back is not really going to cushion the blow. This is basically insurance but think about it, you wouldn't insure a pair of shoes or you wouldn't insure a steak just in case it ended up going bad before you ate it would you? No. So why insure something as small as game time? You put insurance on something that would not be so easily replaceable like lets say... a car, a house, a life, things that would probably change your way of life if you lost it.They actually try to defend themselves saying its not a scam by giving the definition of a scam. I don't know about everybody else but I'm not convinced. If you actually pay for their service you will probably lose money if your server is having a really bad month and you happen to not lose money you will get almost nothing back. I would have to say that sounds like a scam.
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