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6-30-2009 @ 2:10AM
I doubt that the sale of pre-paid time cards are going to be considered illegal, because those cards are not tied to a virtual good, so to speak. Those cards are tied directly to the play time which is a real life product. Making the pre-paid cards illegal would be no different than making the purchase of play time via Blizzard's website illegal. The only difference would be that you have a tangible product (pre-paid card) vs. a paid for account.However, I can see the sale of the trading card codes being outlawed, because you are paying for the code to a non-tangible code (which returns a virtual good).
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