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10-09-2010 @ 12:17AM
@PfootiThere are 10s of thousands of botters out there. It's not hard to confirm if any complain regarding botter is genuine, but it definitely takes time. Blizzard cannot just go around banning everyone before confirming just because someone complained of them botting. You yourself conscend that they have been banning bots meaning they are not turning their backs against this problem, it just takes them a little longer than you would like.If you have any suggestions on how to hasten the process of confirming, by all means provide Blizzard your solution. They would be more than happy to listen and see if it's feasible to implement it. One thing that you should note though: Banning cannot be completely automated, there has to be a real person calling out if an account (or a group of accounts) is to be banned.
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