Tuesday, February 1

Blizzard and PayPal against the bad Gold Sellers



Since the online financial service provider PayPal closed Wikileaks’ donation account we all know how willingly the company is, to help out with unpleasant customers. But it seems that PayPal is also open for less noble objectives, such as helping Blizzard to ban some gold-sellers’ PayPal-Accounts. Most of the undesired usufructuarys use PayPal to sell their gold from outside the USA, so Blizzard schedules to cut off the their money supply by crippling their payment methods. As a first step PayPal sent letters to the alleged gold-seller. This is the letter from PayPal:

You were reported to PayPal as an Intellectual Properties violation by Blizzard Entertainment Inc. for the sale of World of Warcraft Merchandise.

If you feel your sales do not infringe upon the intellectual property rights of the Reporting Party, please complette the attached Objection to Infringement Report by January 21, 2011.

The completed form should be faxed to the attention of the Acceptable Use Policy Department at [number removed] or emailed to [email removed].

Should you choose not to object to the report, you will be required to remove all World of Warcraft Merchandise from the website [url removed] in order to comply with the Acceptable Use Policy.

Via Joystiq.com

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