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7-19-2011 @ 1:34PM
I stopped playing my account in February of this year, and in April, I saw I was billed not only for March, but April as well, thinking I took my card information off Battle.net. I called Blizzard JUST to make sure I don't get billed again, but to my pleasent suprise, their operator reimbursed my 30$ for the two months I didn't play, seeing I haven't logged onto my account since February.I am not sure if a ban is different in terms of reimbursement, but if that is any indication, I am sure they would give money back.
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