Player Banned After Using The RMAH – Learn What He Did
There are a lot of players that promote item flipping as a means to obtain a quick profit. It is true that there are a lot of good deals out there and it is very tempting to buy them and relist the items for a profit.
This is exactly what a player did. He invested some of his own cash, got some cheap items and then he sold them at a higher price. Everything seemed fine and he managed to get a nice profit. According to him, he got close to 1.000 euros in his account and he wanted to cash out his earnings. It seems that Blizzard did not agree and decided to ban his account. He opened a forum thread to present his tale and soon after, a lot of other Diablo 3 players began to comment. Some were defending him while others condemned his actions to profit and flip items. The odd part about his story is the reason for which he was banned. He states that Blizzard banned him for buying items from hackers. This is his statement and there is no means to verify if this is true.
Such a reason to ban players is just illogical. A buyer has no means of knowing who the seller is since all listings are anonymous. On the other hand, item flipping for a profit is strictly prohibited by Blizzard ToS.
Terms of Service
RESTRICTIONS AND CONDITIONS OF USE.
B. You will not:
(iii) use the Auction Houses as an investment vehicle;
There are a lot of players doing it but so for none of them reported earning such a consistent profit. Blizzard has enough arguments to ban anyone who gets himself involved in such actions. Some players did manage to find a work around this problem. They buy items, use them for a few minutes and then resell them. This way the accounts will not be flagged for item flipping.
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