Due to the ever increasing number of World of Warplanes accounts being sold, we inform you that any account sale is a financial fraudulence. Thus, we strongly recommend you to read the following information, which explains why such procedures are never good for a player.
1. Account selling is against EULA and general game rules of World of Warplanes.
According to the End User License Agreement, World of Warplanes Game Rules and the Terms of Service, selling of the following goods and/or services is prohibited:
- Accounts / account login information
- Gold and/or Credits
- Pre-order and/or Promotional Codes
- Leveling Services
Advertising any of the above goods and/or services is also prohibited.Violation of the stated rules may and will result in punishment, which may also include banning.
2. Account selling is fraudulent.
Account selling is fraudulent as it involves financial transactions, which are not controlled by World of Tanks, but by banking services. A swindler might use various methods to obtain a player's account, but as money transactions are not controlled within World of Warplanes, the player may get into a difficult situation, as he won't get his money back as well as the account will be banned.
3. The account seller can obtain access to the specified account at any moment.
When the account is sold, the seller can obtain access to it at any moment, and it cannot be prevented. A swindler can gain access to his email by using password recovery as well as being able to access the in-game account by proving that he is the original owner of the specified account and saying that it was hacked. Thus, the account buyer wastes his money and will not get the mentioned account.
We remind you that no account seller will ever try to sell something cheaper just for the sake of it. All account selling schemes and techniques are created for getting maximal profit, regardless any losses it may cause to a player. Following certain rules and general awareness will help you avoid unpleasant situations within World of Warplanes.