- Report: #957019
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Complaint Review: Blizzard
Blizzard Diablo 3 Stealing or altering paid for items Internet
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Blizzard continually patches the items and affixes and changes the items bought to be worthless and whatever character a person purchases items for is constantly re-programmed to be less affective and forcing the person to buy even more items to compensate for the loss .
It's a form of selling something and then altering it later on and taking away the effectiveness that it once had and not offering anything in return .
If i bought a power drill with attachments at a hardware store and then 2 weeks later they came and took some of the attachments back because they said they thought i had gotten too good of a deal that is what is happening with the Diablo 3 game and the real money auction house in game .
Dealing with Blizzard is impossible because they have you submit an online ticket with set word phrases that don't allow you to enter a viable complaint . They will usually contact you via email with much wording to try and soften the blow .
If this were just the fake in-game gold then who cares but when real money is involved it becomes another issue .
items that no longer perform as intended because of re-programming and patching the game should be refunded or compensated for when dealing with actual USA currency .
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/19/2012 12:15 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Blizzard/internet/Blizzard-Diablo-3-Stealing-or-altering-paid-for-items-Internet-957019. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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