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2-08-2010 @ 2:29PM
Having an "Ask an Officer" tab is asking for situations like this to occur.
2-08-2010 @ 2:51PM
So the big question in my eyes, is why does any non-officer have acess to the "Ask an officer tab"?A) if they dont, there really isnt any harm in the situation and having multiple people ask about an item on behalf of the item. A gkick is overkill here imo.andB) if non-officers do have acess, you are just asking to have your bank be ninja'd. Either but a disgruntled member or a hacked account. Guild bank security has nothing to do with trust, its all about protecting the funds the guild has generated.
2-08-2010 @ 3:25PM
Presumably the tab is on View/Deposit, but not Withdraw.Some guilds do that so they can keep things like BoEs available without having no control over them.
2-08-2010 @ 3:42PM
@ mercerHogger's right, there is an option to allow people to see but not access contents of the guild bank. My guild has a member tab (one withdraw for members, 10 for veterans), a veteran tab (veterans only with 5 withdrawals), and the raid tabs. Contents of all tabs are visable to all guildies (we have lower ranks than those above), but below Member you have no access unless you ask the officers, and they'll check with the treasurer. Also, Blizzard has kindly inserted an Info tab, and we require that when people withdraw they note what and why on it. It maintains control and order while allowing everyone as much access as safely possible.
2-08-2010 @ 4:58PM
So instead all the guild bank tabs should be unlimited access to all?
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