- Report: #265959
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Complaint Review: Electronics Arts Ea.com
Electronics Arts Ea.comPo Box 9025 Redwood City, California U.S.A.
Electronics Arts Ea.com terminated club pogo account falsely accused of impersonation apogo official Ripoff Redwood City California
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On aug 5 2007 i encountered a rude player with name beginning as gator whom was disrupting entire room i mearly stated that i was a head admin(meaning head admin for my league not head admin official pogo worker) i told gator that pogo doesnt tolerate that kind of conduct and if he or she continued it could lead to him getting banned. well ea terminated me saying i was impersonating a pogoofficial, if anything i was helping pogo rid a rude player whom was disrupting everyone.ive tried to phone ea to fix this issue but they refuse to hear this issue over phone told me to email them so i emailed them and got response on aug 7 2007 stating that they still think i was impersonating pogo official and cant reactiviate my account due to this violation i feel ea is unfair and wrong and they are losing a valuable member and possibly over 200 more my league members are very upset and feel sameway as i do please help me if ya can sincerely yours sonya
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/07/2007 07:48 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Electronics-Arts-Eacom/Redwood-City-California-94063/Electronics-Arts-Eacom-terminated-club-pogo-account-falsely-accused-of-impersonation-apog-265959. 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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