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Lt. Commander
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 120
# 25
04-08-2010, 02:47 AM
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Originally Posted by MustrumRidcully View Post
They definitely are organized crime. Someone is responsible for stealing those credit cards, but that someone is not the same as the guys entering the game to farm gold. Spamming alone is an organized crime, with someone "higher up" developing the tools to enable spamming (breaking filters, hacking computers to create their bot nets) and someone else sending/writing those spam mails. It is kinda impressive and frightening what's going on in the world of spam, gold farming and credit card fraud and theft.
And like with everything else, the only way that this is actually worthwhile is because people buy gold/credits/accounts/powerleveling and so forth.

I'm not sure, even with restrictions, that Cryptic could stop the gold farmers/spammers... without hindering their customers...

Blizzard have tried for years to reduce the spam, stop the farmers and so on, and yet, they still have spamming bots all over the main cities...

How to fix it? Come up with a great idea, to stop them, and you'll have revelutionised the market!