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1-24-2009 @ 11:01AM
Wow Insider you should be ashamed of yourselves for giving these scam artists free advertising. People trust this site and when you write about this and interview the owner you legitimize it for some readers.
1-24-2009 @ 12:52PM
Being on wow insider is not a free pass to being "100% truthful and trustworthy". I'm not sure who believes that. I'm not 100% sure, but I'm sure wowinsider itself was sceptical of this site/idea. Unless wowinsider has flashing red text going "100% TRUST THIS SITE, TRUST US!!! WHAT COULD GO WRONG.." well.. even then I wouldn't trust that site. WoWInsider is a news information blog. Nothing more, nothing less.
1-24-2009 @ 12:53PM
1-24-2009 @ 12:56PM
I would agree with you except for one thing - the first post about these people argued that it might be legitimate, but it smells of a scam. This was further echoed even during the interview post (which only came about because of the first post, and someone from YouPlayOrWePay felt that they needed to immediately jump to their own defense).It isn't giving them free advertising. It is pointing out that something smelled fishy about it and providing it as a means for readers of WI to look into it before deciding whether or not to use the service. In other words, it was giving a warning, more than anything else.At least, this is what I took away from this trio of posts, at any rate.
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