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1-16-2009 @ 10:38AM
They're just setting up an insurance company. Most months, you pay money to the insurance company, knowing that if all goes well, it's money down the drain. The months where things go bad though, you're happy to have insurance because you get money back.Honestly, I wouldn't pay for such a service: if I can't play WoW, I'll just play another game if that's how I want to spend my time, or I'll use my time for something else.
1-16-2009 @ 11:56AM
Right, but insurance generally covers tangible objects that need to be replaced or fixed. In this case, you are only locked out of a virtual place for a period of time, you aren't really out anything but a portion of your original subscription which you wouldn't be getting back from this service. And for extraneous Blizzard actually does award some of your subscription back. Insurance just doesn't work for this.
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