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7-19-2011 @ 3:58PM
Not playing for your personal reasons, and a mishap on the billing end where they charge a card that either you forgot to remove or that you did remove yet somehow was still able to be billed (computer glitch and all) is different from buying time or paying with a card on file and getting banned. Blizzard support is well worth the wait on the phone, it takes forever but they'll help you out as best they can. In the case of a billing mishap, they issued a refund. I doubt they'd consider buying time then getting a ban to be a "mishap" of the same caliber and issue any refunds. The same would apply to suspensions of however long, its not the biling departments fault for the actions of a player in the game. Some lost playtime seen as lost money may make a player act (somewhat) better.
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