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7-07-2009 @ 6:55AM
As a hardcore wow player *80 or more hours a week* and a sometimes gold buyer i can appreciate that gold farming is here to stay no matter what anyone does. But what i would love to see drop is the number of farmers who spam trade chat / yell channel with there website info!! it's annoying as all hell!! If someone is gonna buy gold google is there friend anyway... right ? and yes there's no way to know where any site gets it'd gold at any time, but if they are honest in the first place they would trade the gold face to face in game so you don't have to worry about theft of your account! Also if the site doesn't offer live customer support then why would you trust them even in a face to face trade ? and lastly i think anyone with half a brain would try buying the smallest ammount of gold from a site first and see if they actually get it then go from there? So i don't feel sad about the law or it's effects if any.
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