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2-06-2012 @ 2:26PM
How can the guy be repeatedly harassing your players during raid time? Tell them all to put him on ignore. If the guy switches toons to continue to harass them, have them put the new toon on ignore and fill out an in-game harassment report, making sure to mention that he is toon-hopping to get around ignore.Believe me, Blizzard takes those reports very seriously. We had a similar issue with a former guild member about a year ago. Blizzard banned the offending player for 3 days -- I found out because he created a new account in order to continue to harass us and complain that we got him banned. I simply put his new toons on ignore and opened a new ticket, explaining that he was circumventing the account ban. Judging by the guy's armory information, which shows no further activity on any of his toons, he was given a permanent vacation from the game.If your players are refusing to put him on ignore, rising to his bait and getting angry enough to leave raid early then part of the problem is with the rest of your players...Also, if you put someone on ignore they can't send in-game mail to you, which would prevent him from sending COD items to your members.
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