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10-11-2011 @ 4:07PM
I don't really care about the RMT side of this, my concern lies with stolen accounts. I've seen many threads in the CS forum recently of people dropping gold on mounts that were bought via stolen accounts, only to have the gold not refunded and the mount stripped from their account. How will Blizz protect the sales in this case?
10-11-2011 @ 7:36PM
Now, not saying this was Blizzard's intention, I don't know. But if I buy a cub to sell to someone for real in game gold, I'm getting that gold from them instead of a gold seller. Who we know to most likely be an account stealer who uses that gold to get real money.But, as more folks use the cub to transfer $10 into in game gold, less people will need to buy gold from very unsafe and immoral gold sources. Eventually the gold sellers' power wains and they die a miserable and shriveled death.Or go to another game, which is more likely.
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