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PostSubject: How to scam ingame wow   Thu Jul 19, 2007 4:21 pm

I used to do this when I used to play WoW, I dont know if they changed it or stopped it from happening. I will warn you that you could get 3-day banned for it (I got 3 day banned but I know how to perfect it).
Heres the scam.
1.) Join a trade channel.
2.) Look for someone selling an item for a lot of gold. Eg. Epic item for 450g.
3.) Make sure you have the 450g on you.
4.) Heres what I did wrong, I "Agreed" to trade the user. What you want to do is DONT SAY ANYTHING. Its good if your a priest and you can /who and mind vision, but you can ask "Where are you" or "Meet at Auction house" or Invite to group. Just NEVER accept to pay them 450g.
5.) Open trade window, put the 450g on your side of the screen, make sure they see it.
6.) As soon as they put the item down, take a 0 off your 450g and accept trade. So you actually pay 45g for the 450g item . Resell for 300g and have fun with your huge profits.

Note: I haven't tried it since I got 3 day banned. On my email that said I am temporarily banned, it said "Player accepted the trade to buy Elementals Deck for 300g and had a quote of me accepting it". Thats all the proof they had.
It should be flawless. They have no record of you quickly changing it from 450g to 45g, if you do get a ban you should be able to dispute it. Say: "I just put the money in and waited about 20 seconds and he accepted trade, not my fault."

If this doesn't work anymore, please reply and say something.
Good Luck!

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Greetings Mitch,

Account Name: AFFLICTIONS
Realm: Bronzebeard
Character Name: Pgbank

Account Action: 72 Hour Suspension

Offense:
Scamming another Player
This category includes:
• Acquiring items or any other “possessions” from another player through misinformation, confusion, or fraud (Scamming)

Details: Character above had made a trade agreement with another character and did not honor the terms of the agreement. The player accepted a deal for an Elementals Deck for 290gold and during the course of the trade quickly changed the agreed upon amount to 29gold.

The actions detailed above have been deemed inappropriate for the World of Warcraft by the In-Game Support staff of Blizzard Entertainment. For further information, please view the World of Warcraft Policies and Terms of Use Agreement: (http://www.blizzard.com/support/wowgm/?id=agm01712p) and (<http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/termsofuse.shtml>).

For any concerns or disputes on this matter, please E-Mail WoWAccountAdmin@Blizzard.com mailto:WoWAccountAdmin@Blizzard.com and our Account Administration team will be happy to assist you.

Be aware that additional inappropriate actions may result in further disciplinary action, leading up to or including account closure. We thank you in advance for respecting our position.




Regards,
Eypion
Specialist Game Master
Blizzard Entertainment
www.worldofwarcraft.com


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Greetings,

Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding the World of Warcraft account you are using. We appreciate and understand your point of view, yet all players participating in the World of Warcraft environment need to adhere to the World of Warcraft Terms of Use (http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/legal/termsofuse.html) at all times.

Account Name: AFFLICTIONS
Character/Realm Name: Pgbank / Bronzebeard
Offense: Scam Policy Violation
Details: Character above had made a trade agreement with another character and did not honor the terms of the agreement. The player accepted a deal for an Elementals Deck for 290gold and during the course of the trade quickly changed the agreed upon amount to 29gold

The following conversation occurred:
7/24/2006 8:25 / *Playername* / Trade - City / wts [Elementals Deck] 300g
7/24/2006 8:27 / Pgbank / *Playername* / kk ill give ya 290?

With regards to the above account action, please review the World of Warcraft Scam Policy at http://www.blizzard.com/support/wowgm/?id=agm01726p. As you can see from the above information, such actions are categorized as acquiring items or any other "possessions" from another player through misinformation, confusion, or fraud. You will also notice that the suggested penalty for such actions is to "Be temporarily suspended from the game". While these repercussions may seem harsh, we feel very strongly that these actions do not contribute to a safe and fun gaming environment. Therefore, we regret to inform you that we are unable to reverse the account action previously issued.

Any disputes or questions concerning this account action can only be addressed by Account Administration. To learn more about how Account Administration is able to assist you, please visit us at http://www.blizzard.com/support/wowaa/.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and hope this has resolved any concerns you may have had. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance to you.


Regards,

Sligumfal
Account Administration
Blizzard Entertainment
http://www.blizzard.com/support

Character above had made a trade agreement with another character and did not honor the terms of the agreement.

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