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4-16-2009 @ 5:10PM
"Giving someone money/card to play WoW is NOT against the ToS. Being PAID to give your friend free time is."What in the ToS are you using to support this? If I buy the card it belongs to me. If I am running a site like wowinsider for instance and we are giving away free time cards as part of a promotion, (which makes money buy driving traffic to the site for ads) how did I break the ToS?In fact the ToS or terms of service is what you accept to play the game. The website operators didn't even need WoW accounts to run their operations so what ToS were they violating?I am thinking your dumb and not informed. But you like to toss out terms like ToS and us CAPS to sounds smart.
4-16-2009 @ 5:16PM
>I am thinking your dumb and not informed. But you like to toss out terms like ToS and us CAPS to sounds smart.I'm thinking you may be correct in this assessment.
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