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8-20-2011 @ 5:27AM
Definitely agree with both of these comments. It's a huge "We do not condone this practice and will make it as difficult as possible without outlawing it" signal from Blizzard that you can't buy your own auctions with the same account. Trying to work around it is a risk, and there are people who put in time and effort to capitalize on that risk. The best way to get around it is mentioned in this post: put the item on the AH at the price for which you wouldn't mind someone else buying it. But if people don't want to spend that gold or don't have it on the toon they're trying to transfer it to, then it's on them if their auction gets sniped at a low price. It's not theft.
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