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Thunder
15 March, 2017, 3:26 AM UTC

What is this? And why are we getting spammed with messages about it from a level 1 with many accounts? Is this some kind of hack?


Any info/help is appreciated...thanks :)
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RandomDrop
15 March, 2017, 3:33 AM UTC
Its a 3rd party service that offers in game help and may or may not be a scam. I stay away from it personally since the trace went to an undesirable location that wasn't Plarium.
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djmoody
15 March, 2017, 8:37 AM UTC

Botters selling their ill-gotton gains. Not a bad looking/designed website as they go.

- You may get what you pay for

- You may get scammed

- You may get what you pay for and find your card details get sold on to a 3rd part who will defraud your card.


Idk who the Plarium botters are but there is such a lot of money to made in the big MMO's that some of the botters are run by organised crime gangs.

If I were Plarium I would also ban you for using these sites. But Plarium seem to do nothing about these guys under cutting their revenue stream and endangering the game, they probably wont do anything about you using the site either.

I wouldn't touch it with a bardge pole. Besides spending money on this game is an exercise in stupidity.
Everyone has a right to an opinion. No one has a right to their opinion being respected by other if it can't be backed up with rational and logic explanation
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Oracle
15 March, 2017, 10:43 AM UTC

The game is secure against cheats, if you receive any messages form someone trying to sell cheats to you, just remember its just a scammer trying to steal your information, and who knows what else he might steal. 

The aren't any working scripts, BG cheats, and free sapphires that work on plarium.com

Should you receive such a message please report it to  support. and Plarium will start an investigation.

Although Plarium will not be able to share the outcome of the investigation, I promise that they will take proper measure against the reported party.
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Hooverssmallengines
15 March, 2017, 1:07 PM UTC
Low level Castles should Have Mass letter sending disabled that would stop the sending of mass messages to castles from the scammers using level one castles 
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Alina Bright
Community Manager
15 March, 2017, 2:50 PM UTC
Great comment, Lord Oracle! Thank you for this explanation! 
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Gadheras
15 March, 2017, 6:28 PM UTC
djmoody said:

Botters selling their ill-gotton gains. Not a bad looking/designed website as they go.

- You may get what you pay for

- You may get scammed

- You may get what you pay for and find your card details get sold on to a 3rd part who will defraud your card.


Idk who the Plarium botters are but there is such a lot of money to made in the big MMO's that some of the botters are run by organised crime gangs.

If I were Plarium I would also ban you for using these sites. But Plarium seem to do nothing about these guys under cutting their revenue stream and endangering the game, they probably wont do anything about you using the site either.

I wouldn't touch it with a bardge pole. Besides spending money on this game is an exercise in stupidity.
Master in new wrapping? They did offer payment over paypal, and no need to pay before after you got what you wanted.A bit hard to get scammed then. you could scam them actually. 
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Gadheras
15 March, 2017, 6:29 PM UTC
Oracle said:


Should you receive such a message please report it to  support. and Plarium will start an investigation.

Although Plarium will not be able to share the outcome of the investigation, I promise that they will take proper measure against the reported party.
I don't know if I should laugh or cry....
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BiohazarD
Moderator
16 March, 2017, 7:04 AM UTC
Oracle said:

The game is secure against cheats, if you receive any messages form someone trying to sell cheats to you, just remember its just a scammer trying to steal your information, and who knows what else he might steal. 

The aren't any working scripts, BG cheats, and free sapphires that work on plarium.com

Should you receive such a message please report it to  support. and Plarium will start an investigation.

Although Plarium will not be able to share the outcome of the investigation, I promise that they will take proper measure against the reported party.
Exactly.  Giving other parties your credit card info or contacting them is very risky. 
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BiohazarD
Moderator
16 March, 2017, 7:05 AM UTC
Gadheras said:

djmoody said:

Botters selling their ill-gotton gains. Not a bad looking/designed website as they go.

- You may get what you pay for

- You may get scammed

- You may get what you pay for and find your card details get sold on to a 3rd part who will defraud your card.


Idk who the Plarium botters are but there is such a lot of money to made in the big MMO's that some of the botters are run by organised crime gangs.

If I were Plarium I would also ban you for using these sites. But Plarium seem to do nothing about these guys under cutting their revenue stream and endangering the game, they probably wont do anything about you using the site either.

I wouldn't touch it with a bardge pole. Besides spending money on this game is an exercise in stupidity.
Master in new wrapping? They did offer payment over paypal, and no need to pay before after you got what you wanted.A bit hard to get scammed then. you could scam them actually. 
You could probably try, but the safest option is to just report them to plarium and be done with it. 
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Gadheras
16 March, 2017, 9:38 AM UTC
BiohazarD said:

Gadheras said:

djmoody said:

Botters selling their ill-gotton gains. Not a bad looking/designed website as they go.

- You may get what you pay for

- You may get scammed

- You may get what you pay for and find your card details get sold on to a 3rd part who will defraud your card.


Idk who the Plarium botters are but there is such a lot of money to made in the big MMO's that some of the botters are run by organised crime gangs.

If I were Plarium I would also ban you for using these sites. But Plarium seem to do nothing about these guys under cutting their revenue stream and endangering the game, they probably wont do anything about you using the site either.

I wouldn't touch it with a bardge pole. Besides spending money on this game is an exercise in stupidity.
Master in new wrapping? They did offer payment over paypal, and no need to pay before after you got what you wanted.A bit hard to get scammed then. you could scam them actually. 
You could probably try, but the safest option is to just report them to plarium and be done with it. 
I hardly have any interest in throw cash at Plarium, so I wont do it at 3rd party gold sellers either, lol. But just saying, if someone make you an offer to give you stuff up front and then use paypal as payment...  you can a) cheat them or b) pay up and be safe about not be scammed or stolen cc details etc. 
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BiohazarD
Moderator
19 March, 2017, 7:24 AM UTC
Gadheras said:

BiohazarD said:

Gadheras said:

djmoody said:

Botters selling their ill-gotton gains. Not a bad looking/designed website as they go.

- You may get what you pay for

- You may get scammed

- You may get what you pay for and find your card details get sold on to a 3rd part who will defraud your card.


Idk who the Plarium botters are but there is such a lot of money to made in the big MMO's that some of the botters are run by organised crime gangs.

If I were Plarium I would also ban you for using these sites. But Plarium seem to do nothing about these guys under cutting their revenue stream and endangering the game, they probably wont do anything about you using the site either.

I wouldn't touch it with a bardge pole. Besides spending money on this game is an exercise in stupidity.
Master in new wrapping? They did offer payment over paypal, and no need to pay before after you got what you wanted.A bit hard to get scammed then. you could scam them actually. 
You could probably try, but the safest option is to just report them to plarium and be done with it. 
I hardly have any interest in throw cash at Plarium, so I wont do it at 3rd party gold sellers either, lol. But just saying, if someone make you an offer to give you stuff up front and then use paypal as payment...  you can a) cheat them or b) pay up and be safe about not be scammed or stolen cc details etc. 
I suppose you could.  Have fun getting raided by a thousand bot accounts though lol. 
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