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1-16-2009 @ 11:00AM
As a financial risk manager, I can tell you that all they are doing is a hedging strategy -- probably WAY too advanced for the average WoW player to understand but a perfectly normal, legal, sane business concept. It's done every day in hundreds of different industries.Comments on this site remind me of an experience I had in Russia a few years ago. I had set up a business there that was doing very well and I wanted to extend some benefits to my employees as a way of sharing that profit. My idea was to establish a 401(k)-type fund where I would match their contribution. When I happily announced this new benefit, it went over like a lead balloon. Most people could not grasp the concept that we take for granted every day here in the USA. They just thought it was some way for me to not pay them their full salary, steal from them, and give them nothing but a promise.Sound familiar?
1-16-2009 @ 11:03AM
People are scared of what's not unfamiliar and instead of possibly trying to research the issue they just bash WI and say scam like childeren when they have no evidence to point to anywhere.
1-16-2009 @ 11:09AM
Scam? It's not a scam at all. It is just a downright dumb service.They will probably make a bunch of money off dumb people./It's no wonder you people elected bush twice.
1-16-2009 @ 11:13AM
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