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2-13-2012 @ 2:54PM
@CamoI am aware of the ability to block guild invites. I have it turned on. I should not have to deal with this mess. Blizz isn't banning the addon atm however if enough people report the tell as spam, the sender and user of the addon gets a temporary ban. Also I should not have to install an addon from this author to block his invite addon. I wish Blizz would just break the addon. I am seeing them take a more passive approach and telling the users who get the temp ban to use the ingame methods. Trade Chat, guild recruitment option in game etc. I put people on ignore and mark a guild name next to them to know who to avoid. Zerg invites and tells are not cool. The fact that Blizzard even implemented the block is a sign to me that this is a problem.
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