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1-16-2009 @ 9:49AM
Its not too hard to understand I dont get why people are finding it so complicated.your just insuring your wow time pure and simple. like any insurance they calculated how much the monthly insurance costs should be and what they are prepared to pay out.tbh it is all rather stupid you insure something because you are afraid to loose money not because you plan to make money on the insurance.I will insure my computer for instance because I prefer to pay some monthly cost then to have it stolen and be without a comp(I actually had my comp stolen and got a new one so it worked out for me). then again most of the time I wouldnt even use the insurance.Insurance companies are only in business because they have calculated their fees in a way that on average they will make money by insuring you.I think this is silly though wow insurance is neither compulsory or will you loose any money by not being able to get online, because of this it is just an elaborate way of getting money out of people.
1-16-2009 @ 9:57AM
"tbh it is all rather stupid you insure something because you are afraid to loose money not because you plan to make money on the insurance."Well put. Personally I think this takes it out of the realm of insurance and into the realm of gambling. With some crappy odds weighted in their favour
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