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Poster: Healmonkey at 8/12/2006 4:25:22 PM PDT
Subject: WTS Character/Account posts.
   Hi Bliz. There's been a LOT of WTS Character/Account posts popping up on every realm server lately. Do the blue's look into these?

To players considering their offer:
No, don't do it. They will royally screw you. Once the sale has been completed, the original account owner appeals to Bliz reporting a "hacked account". They get their account and characters back along with a free wad of cash. The buyer bites the bullet.

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Poster: Pavonum at 8/12/2006 4:54:47 PM PDT
Subject: Re: WTS Character/Account posts.
   If you see any threads on the forums which appear to be advertising an account for sale or trade, Healmonkey, I would strongly advise that you bring it to the attention of our Forum Moderators either by clicking the "biohazard" symbol on the post, or e-mailing with further details. I can assure you that we take such reports quite seriously and shall look into the matter, as those posters are in direct violation of the Terms of Use to which all World of Warcraft players agree, specifically Section 1E:

Q u o t e:
Blizzard Entertainment does not recognize the transfer of Accounts, and any authorized transfer of the World of Warcraft software (as set forth on the website) will result in the permanent deletion of the Account attached to that software. You may not offer any Account for sale or trade, and any such offer is a violation of this Agreement and may result in suspension or termination of the Account.

I hope that has been of some clarification, Healmonkey; please continue your vigil in letting us know about these posts, and we'll do the rest. Thanks for your diligence, friend. :)
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