- Report: #1145189
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Complaint Review: vBarrack
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I recently bought an account from vBarrack claiming to have certain pvp achievements.
After spending a great sum of 340$ on this account, I was later given access to the account. Logged on briefly, went to bed. Noticed, about 8 days later that the dates on all my pvp achievements were the same.
Searched the original owner's character name to find out there were forum posts about him hacking achievements and getting banned for it. Meaning my now bought account has hacked achievements and more importantly, the "hero of the horde", etc. titles aren't on any of the characters (because they were moved off account in case of ban).
So, not wanting an account so obviously in the wrong with Blizzard, I tried to get a refund. But as it was past the 7 day refund policy, that wasn't possible. I then decided to try cut my losses and sell it back to them (as proposed) only to be told that the ilevel on the account THEY SOLD ME was too low and that they didn't buy characters with such low ilevel.
So $340 later, I'm stuck with a useless account with hacked achievements and no way of getting rid of it.
If you ever consider buying from this company, do your utmost best to ensure that you know what it is you're buying because obviously when dealing with frauduelent account sellers, trust just isn't enough.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/08/2014 06:03 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/vBarrack/internet/vBarrack-False-information-sales-Internet-1145189. 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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