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1-16-2009 @ 11:23AM
"The people screaming "scam" and "worthless" are likely the same people screaming "refund" when the server goes down for half a day. Go back and look at those patch day comments. Why would you pay some service $6 dollars to get back $8 if the server goes down? I guess I would also ask why would you scream "refund" for a half day of lost play time when it amounts to 25 to 50 cents in lost fees?"The people that scream "refund" are the people that are probably going to give this service more credit then it deserves.The people that are posting "scam" and "worthless" understand that this is a ridiculous service; and understand that in the real world servers go down, or get full or need maintenance.You can try an legitimize this as much as you want but trying to recoup $2 a month is insanity.I guess you are taking it from the perspective of the business owner; in their case this is a business gamble that will probably pay out for them.I'm only pointing out that for someone to actually sign up to this service they have issues that need to be addressed by a doctor.
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