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1-16-2009 @ 10:54AM
I wouldn't call this a scam.. I just see it as unnecessary insurance. And as many have stated, it really just comes down to gambling.How many hundreds and thousands of dollars do we spend a year on car and home insurance as well as healthcare benefits.Sure, we're not expecting to get in a wreck, but when we do, it's comforting to know you have insurance and that you'll be compensated. Same for the other examples.But those are REAL LIFE issues. This is a freakin GAME! I could go on and on... The bottom line is that there is no way enough people will buy into this to only receive such a small payout on something that is not nearly as important as losing one's car, home or health.And something not mentioned: What happens on the rare occasion that Blizzard does compensate for lost time? That brings up a whole ton of variables that weren't even discussed.Overall, I hope these guys didn't sink too much money into this endeavor as they will be out of business shortly.
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