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Re: sharing accounts

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farook wrote:Can a player shares his account with his family?


Pretty sure you can't even log your own toons if you have dissociative identity disorder. The tos says no if you want to be picky.
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Re: sharing accounts

#3
I know people who have been sharing their brothers/sisters accounts for years and never got banned even when they got reported by a jealous player , so yes you can , think the sharing rule is for people who you don't know in real can't trust random people online, otm made this rule to avoid people moaning that that they got scammed because they shared account( atleast I hope they did) other reason is if u play on different toons u would need to buy more plat items in a sense so otm want to make money off it
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Re: sharing accounts

#4
Ppl have been banned but I know OTM allows that. Married couples or just couples, a parent and a child, brothers and so on often share their accounts, often because they start together.
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Re: sharing accounts

#5
My advice would be not to.

It creates a security risk and all actions logged on the account would look like they were conducted by yourself.

Best to keep your account details to yourself.
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Re: sharing accounts

#6
Muldar wrote:My advice would be not to.

It creates a security risk and all actions logged on the account would look like they were conducted by yourself.

Best to keep your account details to yourself.

Security risk? Where is the risk? If for example my little brother scammed my account I would just go upstairs punch him and take his device.

I always felt the account sharing rule is pretty bs, if people want to share and take the risk of being scammed it should be an option, we haven't banned trades between toons because of the rates of scamming during trades have we?
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Re: sharing accounts

#8
There was a former player in my clan that logged into his brothers account using his device and transferred some rare items including a pathfinder set and sold them so he could get lix. This former clanmate later on had his cousin logging in his account after the clanmate got in a car accident and was in a coma. The cousin then stole everything and sold it. When the player came out of the coma he logged in and saw everything he owned was gone. Of course this was all a story he created, but it kind of illustrates the point that even family can scam you, so be careful with your account.
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Re: sharing accounts

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Account Sharing even between family members, IS bannable. As much as I disagree with this, a clannie of mine had been banned for this very same reason. I will not say who as he is currently in talk with appeals but doesn't seem to going to well.
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Re: sharing accounts

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Bitey wrote:There was a former player in my clan that logged into his brothers account using his device and transferred some rare items including a pathfinder set and sold them so he could get lix. This former clanmate later on had his cousin logging in his account after the clanmate got in a car accident and was in a coma. The cousin then stole everything and sold it. When the player came out of the coma he logged in and saw everything he owned was gone. Of course this was all a story he created, but it kind of illustrates the point that even family can scam you, so be careful with your account.


Poor rangerlord...

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