Some things you should know about the Diablo 3 Auction House.
Before you use the AH, here are a few things you should be aware of:
- The GBAH is now available. The RMAH should be available soon, about a week after launching the game in the U.S.
- Auctions are anonymous. There is no way to know the identity of the person who put up an auction, or the person who purchased an item, because character names and BattleTags are not displayed.
- Blizzard takes 15% of the earnings from the item sold. Players will receive the payment as Battle.net Balance, which can be used to purchase products and services from Blizzard’s online store. Battle.net Balance can also be transferred to your PayPal account, for another 15% fee. However, players from certain regions have the option to receive their payment directly on their PayPal accounts. Players must indicate which payment method they want to use whenever they put up an auction.
- It can take three to five days for the proceeds to be added to the player’s Battle.net Balance or PayPal account, so do not panic if you don’t receive them right away.
- All items are bound to whatever region they were bought in. This means that items bought in an American region cannot be transferred to a character in a Europe or Asian server.
- Blizzard is not planning to generate items to be sold in the RMAH. They do not want to mess up the economy by inserting items that players have never found in game.
- Blizzard is not going to give refunds for purchased items, even if they get nerfed after a patch.
- Hardcore mode characters are not going to be able to access the Diablo 3 RMAH. These characters have their own gold-based auction house that can only be accessed by other Hardcore characters. Moreover, if these Hardcore characters die, any items they have will die with them.
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