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9-16-2011 @ 7:29PM
The reason PayPal didn't condone those sorts of purchases is that there was no way for the buyer (or PayPal) to determine if the sale was of a legitimate item. Maybe it's an expired code? Maybe it's a fake? Only the seller knows for sure and PayPal wouldn't want to be held liable for questionable goods.Operating directly with Blizzard is a different matter altogether, as there's no question that the goods being sold by one player to another are legitimate. The sale itself is still taking place in-game on Blizzards platform. There's no way for anybody to get ripped off, so there's no reason that PayPal wouldn't want a part of the action.
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