Jingles I watch all your videos, as much for the commentary as for the actual video of gameplay. i notice that you have made comments in the past on certain behaviour by the likes of Wargaming etc. I would like to add my own - namely about their weird definition of natural justice and 'thorough investigation' - what a joke that is! Today I tried to logon to my WoT account to find I have been suspended for 14 days and am facing a permanent ban for apparently violating rule 4.06 - about using a bot etc to garner gold etc.
Now there are several issues I have with this judgement - quite apart from the fact I am innocent! Firstly they say they made the decision after thorough investigation - what does that mean if the first I hear about it is my suspension. No warning, no asking me for an explanation or even asking if I agree! Not much investigation there if you ask me when they ignore the accused party.
Also, how about some evidence - have I suddenly got 1 million Gold and 1 billion experience points or something? No.
When is this supposed to have happened as I played a couple of days ago and no issues then?
I am not sure what you can do about the whole thing - I have submitted an online ticket but as they say "Please note that our decision is based on a very thorough investigation and cannot be overturned. Please note that this is your final warning before a permanent suspension." I am not sure if they will even bother to respond other than a robotic response.
I am sick of the way in which companies like Wargaming trea all over their customers and treat us like dirt (replace with your own text). They make arbitrary decisions and give us no right of reply before they issue such bans. I have paid plenty of money to them for tanks and gold - if this is the way they treat a long-time customer and beta tester then I frankly feel like taking them to court under EU law for unfair treatment of an EU consumer, as well as bad mouth them all over the web and social media - see if they like a Twitter campaign! Time for us gamers to fight back if you ask me against arbitrary decisions like this. Hope you feel able to leave this up.
Keep up the good work! If I lose this I may have to switch to Armoured Warfare (already given up on War Thunder after wasting my money there) so keep the AW videos coming!
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