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Marius wrote:Honestly, Activision-Blizzard lately seems hell bent on pissing off customers just to gain profits.
DeathMist wrote:Collect0r wrote:Funny that, since activision took them over it's been a slippery slope for blizzard. I wonder what the cause could have been
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The ACCC promotes competition and fair trade in the market place to benefit consumers, business and the community. It also regulates national infrastructure industries. Its primary responsibility is to ensure that individuals and businesses comply with the Commonwealth's competition, fair trading and consumer protection laws.
In fair trading and consumer protection its role complements that of the state and territory consumer affairs agencies which administer the mirror legislation of their jurisdictions, and the Competition and Consumer Policy Division of the Commonwealth Treasury.
Novocaine wrote:It's so easy to forget when they do something good for their consumers yet when they do something justified as bad it gets dragged out and beaten to death.
I don't think recalling language on cheap keys was a good idea, but I also don't think buying a cheap Russian copy of a game to save a few dollars is a good idea either. You take the risks you should expect that there's a chance to get burned. Learn from it.
Submariner wrote:Is it possible that Blizzard saw some dealers selling these cheaper versions to english speaking countries, then flipped the language switch?
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