Danvers really where do u get this from ask a lawyer? I have it in writing its all in the chat log . lawl if this was RL I Would have my gold back NP
No, you wouldn't. Do you know why? Because you could have gotten a guild for you and your friends legitimately, with no risk.
You didn't. You went to a scalper, and you got scammed.
all the proof is there . its just BLizz way of saying they dont wanna go get it for everyone who is scammed and return it its just easier to say sorry . and move on . Knowing its not right . I had a written contract logged in the chat about our deal so u cant say there is no proof .
Funny, I didn't mention proof. I just said you had no credentials and no binding legal contract, so you had no reason to believe him.
Verbal or written is all you need but this being written is the best besides video. So for it to be all typed out and me to hold up my end of the bargain I did no wrong he did wrong by not holding up his end / So in court with my written agreement I would win my cause . Just here blizz policy just makes it to where we are Phishable thanks?
Again, you're not taking into account your own responsibility. In civil suits, it's entirely possible for someone to rule that you were scammed, but also that you were culpable for it by not taking proper steps to ensure you weren't.
Quite frankly, too, you're proving Blizzard's case. You're who knows how many tickets along, and four pages in, swearing blind that you shouldn't be held responsible for the consequences of your own behavior and your own mistaken assumptions. Despite everyone here, you still act like you're blameless, even when you took few or no steps to protect yourself. You're insisting the scammer's somehow come out ahead even when he has no measurable gains, and likely serious measurable losses. You're choosing not to learn from your mistake right now, when it hurts to lose the 15K gold -- how on earth is it reasonable to believe you'd learn from your mistake if Blizzard gave it back to you?
And a cop would not confiscate a lighter if it wasnt used in a murder and u can identify the object being yous the officer would then note you identified it and would give it back You should take some law class's.
If you want there to be any punishment, you better believe they'll confiscate evidence.
And, incidentally, I can't help but notice you're cherrypicking your response here. You neglect to mention why you feel this is worth the cop's time when they've got more pressing issues.