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You could check and see if the company is registered with the BBB. If so you could file a complaint and contact the attorney general's office for advice. The BBB might have some advice in general.Renoaku said:Ah thanks, well im in The U.S, and they are in Germany, otherwise I would have already taken it to small claims just to get my money back since I have proof of everything I spent, so I think that is kind of an issue.Octagon7711 said:There are consumer protections laws in place which can override company's terms of service even if you did agree to them but it depends on the country you live in and the specific issue. A GM once told me in some countries, people who are banned are legally entitled to a refund, I think this was in ESO when they were banning bots everywhere for awhile.
Is there any protection Laws that actually protect customers across country, like in the U.S I know it would be easy for me to deal with.
Time to grow an extra finger, you left out WoW. And no jokes about giving me that extra finger please.Jean-Luc_Picard said:Decade meaning 2007 to 2017, the MMORPGs released in that period I consider as "good" are:Kyleran said:I would have several fingers left over.Shinami said:I find that many players in MMORPGs are toxic and extremely gear-based.
I don't blame them...
I can count on my left hand fingers the few MMORPGs I've played this decade that I've considered to be good....
- The Lord of the Rings Online
- Guild Wars 2
- Star Wars: The Old Republic
- Elder Scrolls Online
- Black Desert Online
And... that's it, I guess. One hand is enough indeed.
why is pay to win a huge problem in gaming? the world always under pay2win, even in sports. Look at the olympics, rich nations get more medals. Life isnt fair, stop crying about "fair"