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4-16-2009 @ 4:53PM
Giving someone money/card to play WoW is NOT against the ToS. Being PAID to give your friend free time is. Let's use your example. Say your mother tells you she will give you 30 bucks to be nice to your friend and give him a 15 buck time card, and maybe mention that she's also having a bake sale on Friday. Sure, Blizzard doesn't KNOW you're getting paid to do it, maybe your friend doesn't either. But you do. You're making money off of Blizzard's gamecard. And say your Mother told you she would pay you 30 bucks everytime you GAVE out the timecard and talked about the sale... well... you'll be rolling in the dough. Sure, your friends aren't aware you're getting paid... and they will wonder why you care about your Mom's baked goods in all likelyhood. So, yeah, you're making money off of something you don't own. You're not giving it away for free, you're not doign it out of the kindness of your own heart. You're a business, and you're selling products that don't belong to you.So... AM I Stupid? Probably not. Am I informed? Probably? Am I right? Well, Blizzard seems to think so.
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