Wow Gold Buying Safety Measures
Ok, youíre sick and tired of grinding and working 8 hours of day in World of Warcraft to make that 100 gold. Itís time to buy some WoW Gold and buy it now. But wait, who do you buy from? Who can you trust? You want the best price but you donít want to get ripped off by some fly by night gold sellerÖ believe me there are plenty of them. Iíll out line a good starting point for you so you know what to look for when buying. Before you buy there are a few ground rules and precautions you should know. First, it may seem like common sense, but never give out your password or login information to any gold seller.
They donít need it! They only need to know what server youíre on and where to meet you. You also should check into the sellerís reputation. One simple tactic is googling their name and quickly looking over what others have said about them. Also if they use paypal as a payment method be sure they are a paypal certified merchant that accepts credit card payments. Sellers must go through a long process with paypal verifying their credit card, identity, address, and bank account.
If anything goes wrong paypal can track them easily. Also paypal has a list of reputation points for all their merchant sellers. You can easily see how many sales the wow gold seller has made via paypal. I would recommend not buying from a seller with less than 10 sales. Another thing I always do before buying wow gold is talk to someone! I know you might hate the thought of picking up the phone and calling to some company when all you want to do is click a button to order. So, donít call. Talk to live support. Every good wow gold seller will have 24/7 live chat support. If they donít, they canít deliver your gold when you want itÖ now! So make sure you talk to someone before ordering even if all you do is ask them if theyíre awake. This way theyíll know youíre ordering and be waiting to fulfill your order as soon as it comes through.
So use some common sense when buying World of Warcraft gold online. Itís easy to think youíre still in a safe game when you really need to consider the person or company you buy from fairly carefully before buying.