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3-29-2012 @ 11:31AM
Q4tQ:What exactly are the legalities surrounding the altering of the Annual Pass text? When I got my pass at the start, it said nothing about invites via waves, as an example. Is Blizz within their rights to alter the text of the agreement, even after it's been "signed" by the consumer?
3-29-2012 @ 11:48AM
Let it go man. Just because you weren't aware how beta works, doesn't mean Blizzard messed up. The only guarantee in life is death. Everything else is negotiable.
3-29-2012 @ 11:46AM
Subject to change without notice.It's what we signed up to, simple.
3-29-2012 @ 11:47AM
There's pretty much a clause in every contract nowadays that basically says, "we can basically change this contract how we like, and you're free to back out and lose everything if you don't like it". Yes, they can.
3-29-2012 @ 12:16PM
I always read it to mean that when the Beta went live, I was guaranteed a spot. I still feel this is the way it will work, I don't think I was guaranteed an immediate invite just a spot while it's still in Beta.I know I've signed up for Betas before and never gotten in the door, so I am happy and satisfied that the Annual Pass is working as intended.
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