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6-04-2009 @ 8:55PM
Once you get the code from a TCG card, you enter the information on a WoW site, giving region and server..the loot code that is generated is now 'bound' to that realm. The WoW site gives you a new code to enter at the vendor. So in response to your question, once I enter the code at the vendor, it is no longer a valid code. I am assuming this is what you are asking.And yes, it did take a lot of trust from the seller. However, I have made it a priority to be a trusting member of the server. I can only assume he knew this or asked around before agreeing. Another good reason to not be a jack-ass in trade or groups. =)
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