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1-16-2009 @ 11:34AM
As I said before, I don't see your service as a scam, more like a service for dumb people.. because really.. what's the point?If you really want to make some money and provide a service for the WOW community, why not offer the statistics you have on all the servers for free and make money off of advertising? I am absolutely sure a lot of people (myself included) would be quite interested in checking server stats, and not just whether their population is high or not but a historical view of downtime and queue times, perhaps offer a service that will notify people when their server is down.All in all I'm sure there are people willing to pay for such statistical services, but be realistic with your pricing and offer a service that isn't so questionable.I'm sure you'll lure in a couple of fools with your current service, but can you really expect to be taken seriously?
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