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10-15-2010 @ 1:10PM
@nickdahereticYou really have no idea what you are talking about. By your own logic my local bookstore is scamming me because it offers the same book that Amazon does but for £3.00 more.For it to be a scam the seller would need to make an attempt to deceive the buyer. With the WoW AH this is not possible, I can not add notes to the AH telling people lies to buy my products. If I were to advertise in trade that I was selling a Polymorph tone that will no longer be available (when as we now know it will) then I would be running a scam. As it is merely putting a product on the AH is offering the product for sale.The price of the product elsewhere in the game is not relevent, if people want something fast and at a premium they use the AH if they want it at cost price then they maker the effort to visit the vendor/farm the goods etc.Taking advantage of a market is not a scam it is sound business. Scamming involves deceit.
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