Soo we have a seperate account for our guild bank, holding MC / ZG / AQ / Naxx mats, aswell as a plethora of potions and consumables etc aswell as almost 25k gold.
Its owned by one of our officers and about 6 officers have access to it in total.
Today we just found out it has been banned, and the reason being:
Im assuming other people have the same situation with guild banks and shared access, but the huge loss of quest turnin materials for armour, the mass of resistance potions and flasks to help ease the learning costs for the guild in naxx... its just shattering to comprehend the time/effort that is lost now and the huge setback on gearing ourselves up.
Type of Violation: economy exploitation and involvement in online trading
Anyone experienced this type of situation, is it avoidable? has anyone had it happen and then got it renounced nd returned?
"Involvement in online trading" means that one of your beloved officers did something really stupid. I know that none
of your officers would ever
do something so unscrupulous, and it's never
happened before in an online game! But someone on that account is either:
a) buying gold on the interweb
b) selling gold or items for real world currency
The GMs are smart enough to not ban a guild bank, (even though they could
if you had multiple people accessing it) but you really shouldn't be having multiple people logging in to an account. You're just inviting drama by leaving an account with thousands of dollars worth of items wide-open for multiple people to scam, leaving you scratching your head trying to figure out which one actually got the account banned. They don't just ban people for having a ton of gold and items. Someone did something dumb.