Difinitus wrote:Going forward, we encourage Heroes to think twice about trades that appear to 'good to be true'
how would a child know if a trade is too good to be true? Just my two cents, not trying to be negative but somebody shouldn't have to suffer because they sold an item to somebody who was using hacked gold. Like I said, there has to be a better answer than this, and this has always been the answer, like when Abood hacked all that gold in Rhiannon years ago, those who sold to him lost the gold and items to my knowledge.. that isn't right, and somebody innocent shouldn't have to suffer, all trades and ah sales to those banned accounts in the time period the hacker was active should be reversed in my opinion. I know you guys can track trades, otherwise you wouldn't ask for trade details in support issues. Also, there is absolutely no way of knowing who is going to buy what you list on the ah. I just want some feedback because I disagree with the method used to handle this issue. I know the team might not have as many staff, but this is an important issue that needs to be looked at, because this is setting a bad standard.