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5-04-2009 @ 4:28AM
I agree entirely with the sentiment here. If Blizz sends me an IWIN button, THEY sent ME an item. If what he said about the 4 months to revive the account is true, I'd likely make the same presumption he made... although I admit I may still be a little skeptical if it didn't soulbind and since it was so potentially game-breaking, but i could see how he could've believed it was legit. It was Blizzard's mistake. I don't see why their customers have to suffer. I would be as if my mechanic sent me a coupon for a free oil change, and then a few days after I used it, he showed up at my house with an army of police and repossesses my car. Also... since Blizzard apparently wants their customers to catch Blizzard's mistakes, I should sue Blizzard for back pay as a customer service tech and game-op.
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