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10-15-2010 @ 9:30PM
I remember one idiotic person on the official message board who swore it was ok to trade accounts. When we pointed out the TOS section that proved it wasn't, he claimed the "selling or trading accounts" only applied to selling them on auction sites like eBay. We told him it didn't. It applied to trading and giving away accounts, period. We posted again and again explaining that it meant any trading at all. He repeatedly said up and down it "only applied to online auction sites like eBay."A CM stepped in, and told him the same thing, It didn't matter what it was, it was against the rules. He actually started arguing with the CM, and telling her she was wrong. Repeatedly said the same thing, and kept telling the CM she was wrong. The CM gave him a polite warning (far from what he was deserving at this point) and locked the thread.He made another post about it. Post was deleted. He made another, "You can't delete my thread!"CM posted saying he should stop reposting locked threads, or he could be temporarily banned from the forum. Post was locked.Made another post, saying they were making him repost them by locking them, and if they didn't lock them, he wouldn't repost them. He also posted this in another forum.He was banned, permanently.
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