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Why has ArenaNET downgraded reporting Selling Gold as a priority?

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  • The_KorriganThe_Korrigan EastMember Posts: 2,630 Uncommon

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    Originally posted by spitfire1064
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  • NadiaNadia Topsham, MaineMember Posts: 11,866 Uncommon
    Originally posted by Psychow
    I always reported gold sellers as "Spamming"

    I did the same

     

    goldselling is better reason than spamming

     

     

  • RokurgeptaRokurgepta wallington, NJMember Posts: 2,136
    Originally posted by Uhwop
    How is selling gold a scam?  Scam:n.
    A fraudulent business scheme; a swindle.

    tr.v., scammed, scam·ming, scams.
    To defraud; swindle.

         

     My reasoning for reporting ALL gold sellers as scammers was because they were using HACKED accounts to sell the gold.

  • OnigodOnigod Noord-HollandMember Posts: 735 Uncommon

    every little things needs its own topic here.

     

    Go google: What does scamming mean?

     

    Think of what do gold sellers do? they give you gold for ur money

     

     

    figured it out why theres now another option?  maybe arenanet tought it was fancy?.... .. . . .. . You answered it youtself "to me its scamming"   and to arenanet it seems they dont feel like that.

  • evolver1972evolver1972 Port Orchard, WAMember Posts: 1,118

    What reasoning led you to think that separating gold selling from other forms of spamming/scamming means Anet is making it a lower priority?  My initial reaction is that they are making it a higher priority by being so specific and not just grouping it under some vague umbrella term.  I could understand your reasoning if gold selling was a separate option that they rolled into scamming/spamming, but they did the exact opposite.

     

    Or were you just trying to get people to come to your thread with an eye-catching title and convoluted post?

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  • HomituHomitu Hometown, HIMember Posts: 2,030 Uncommon
    The answer is simply that the other options were not specific enough.  People were reporting gold sellers with the "spamming" option as well as the "scamming" option.  As a result, deciphering what the report was actually about probably took a little more work than was necessary.  If all gold selling reports get filed neatly under a gold selling category, there's no additional sorting work that needs to be done on Anet's end.  
  • RokurgeptaRokurgepta wallington, NJMember Posts: 2,136
    Originally posted by Homitu
    The answer is simply that the other options were not specific enough.  People were reporting gold sellers with the "spamming" option as well as the "scamming" option.  As a result, deciphering what the report was actually about probably took a little more work than was necessary.  If all gold selling reports get filed neatly under a gold selling category, there's no additional sorting work that needs to be done on Anet's end.  

     And the winner of the thread is right here. ^^^^^^^^^^^

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