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1-24-2009 @ 9:52AM
I'm not sure why people have ever questioned why they were legal in the first place.Their service was nothing more than WoW insurance. Insurance is legal, no one ever worries that their auto insurance is illegal.You pay them a premium to insure your characters against the inability to play. If you are unable to play, you receive a pay out.Its just insurance, people.
1-24-2009 @ 10:25AM
Yes, but insurance is also regulated - for example, I'd imagine there are regulations, which might differ from state to state, that say you must have X amount of cash on hand to pay claims. Fact is, health or car insurance work because the cost of needing them and not having them is so great that you're prepared to live with paying a premium that you usually won't get any money back on. WoW downtime is irritating, but not financially ruinous.
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