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6-23-2010 @ 11:57AM
If you are being paid to sign a guild charter, don't expect that you have found a new group of Azerothian BFFs. I paid for signatures to start a guild bank on my banking alt, and most of my signers were disappointed that I didn't want them to stick around after finishing guild registration (and actually seemed like they had done this multiple times with the same result). If you are promised leveling help and dungeon runs when you register, that's great, and I hope you have found a guild home. If you are given gold to sign up, enjoy the cash.Conversely, if you are forming a guild and paying people for signups, don't expect you are paying for long term loyalty. My main is guildless, and I usually ignore people whining for signatures, but after I went through scrounging up 9 people to make my guild bank alt, I relented and signed someone's charter (and got paid for it). I had assumed that someone paying for signups was probably trying to make a personal guild bank as I had, but after the charter was complete, I discovered that I was in a guild full of low-level players with a guild message asking members to contact me (the only 80) for dungeon runs. I had to look up the guild quit command, and ended up mailing the signup gold back to the guild leader.
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