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1-19-2009 @ 8:54AM
from what I gather, even they don't believe in their own product.he's hesitant as to whether he would take his own productthe point of insurance is to give you something back equivalent to what you lost. These guys aren't giving you anything back.There is no good way to make this business model work.Blizz credits us for all the excessive downtime. These guys do nothing.Person: I paid 5$ so that I can get 3$ back of downtime: watch that money roll in babyI'd rather keep that 5$ and invest it into my next month of subscription. I'm still waiting in a god damn Queue either way.My insurance doesn't give me back the fun I should be having in game!"Meaning that we would always have to take more money in than we give out. And this is kind of what we're doing, and why we haven't set up activations yet."Read scamming us.Scamming scammer is scamming.You two fail. Go back to trying to coax children into buying drugs or whatever awful things you people try do for a quick buck!Worse than gold farmers!
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