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  • #76
    50 Lep give players gems and might and gear. Depending on how they used it. Max 2k? gems lots of gear. Gotta spend the gems to forge the gear. Was just a thought.
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    • #77
      2k gems won't get your gear forged halfway bud. You would need more then 10k gems to fully forge a set of gear

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      • #78
        As long as purchased gems are retuned there is no need to give any of the Lep glitch end back they took them away and in my eyes right thing to do so the game wouldn't be compleatly unfair

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Nocturnalwarrior View Post
          As long as purchased gems are retuned there is no need to give any of the Lep glitch end back they took them away and in my eyes right thing to do so the game wouldn't be compleatly unfair
          You keep saying glitch. What glitch are you talking about ?

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          • #80
            Can you please delete nocturnals msg or ban him from these threads he is just trying to start an arguement. You delete my msgs that are atleast somewhat usefull.

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            • #81
              Its not a bug or a glitch don't blame the players for kabams incompetence. The gems were won fair a square. The issue is the theft by kabam on purchased and gems won before they messed up. Trust me no one is going to come out of this on top except kabam minus one worker.

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              • #82
                RULES FOR OPERATION OF CONTESTS AND SWEEPSTAKES
                March 2010
                RULES FOR OPERATION OF CONTESTS
                (Business and Professions Code sections 17539-17539.3, 17539.35)

                A "contest" is any game, puzzle, scheme, or plan which offers prospective participants the opportunity to receive or compete for gifts or prizes on the basis of skill or skill and chance, and which is conditioned wholly or partly on the payment of some value. "Contest" does not include a sporting event, performance, or tournament of skill, power or endurance between participants who are actually present.1

                A person who operates a contest may not represent, either directly or impliedly, that another has won any prize or item of value without disclosing its exact nature and approximate value. Similarly, representations may not be made to another that he or she has won any prize or item of value in a contest unless there has been a real contest in which at least a majority of the participants have failed to win.2

                The law requires every person who conducts a contest to disclose on each entry blank the deadline for submission of that entry.3 Use of the word "lucky" to describe an entry form or symbol, or any other implication that advantage is conferred on the participant in preference to other participants, is prohibited. So too is the use of simulated checks, currency or items of value unless they bear the words "SPECIMEN - NONNEGOTIABLE" clearly and conspicuously.4

                All contest and promotional puzzles and games must clearly and conspicuously disclose each of the following:

                All the rules, regulations, terms and conditions of the contest.
                The maximum number of puzzles or games which may be necessary to complete the contest and determine winners.
                The maximum amount of money, including postage and handling fees, which a participant may be asked to pay to win each of the prizes offered.
                The date(s) upon which the contest will terminate, and upon which all prizes will be awarded.
                Whether future contests or tie-breakers, if any, will be significantly more difficult than the initial contest, and the method of determining prize-winners if a tie remains after completion of the last tie-breaker.5
                Clear and detailed disclosures regarding the nature of the contest and number of contestants also must be made. The total number of contestants anticipated, and the percentage of contestants correctly solving each puzzle (based on prior experience) must be disclosed with the first solicitation and whenever payment of money is required to become or remain a participant.6 The exact nature and approximate value of the prizes must be disclosed clearly and conspicuously whenever prizes are offered.7

                Misrepresenting in any manner the odds of winning any prize is prohibited. Representing directly or impliedly that the number of participants has been limited significantly, or that any particular person has been selected to win a prize, is prohibited unless that representation is a fact. All prizes of the value and type represented must be awarded and distribute.8 The opportunity to win a prize cannot be conditioned on a minimum number of entries or contest participants.9

                If a tie-breaker for extra cash or any other type of prize may be entered by paying money, it must be clearly disclosed to the participant that the payment is optional and that he or she is not required to make the payment to play for these prizes. Participants must be given, clearly and conspicuously, the opportunity to indicate that they wish to enter this phase of the contest for free. However, participants may be required to pay reasonable postage and handling fees, which must be clearly disclosed whenever their payment is required. Reasonable handling fees shall not exceed $1.50 plus the actual cost of postage.10

                Every person conducting a contest must refund within one year of payment anything of value received from a participant making written request if the participant was unable to participate through no fault of his or her own. Upon request by any participant, a list of names of all winners, prizes, and correct (and winning) solutions must be provided.11 Upon request by any member of the public, the actual number and percentage of contestants correctly solving each puzzle or game in the most recently completed contest must be provided.12 The operator of a contest must keep detailed records of a contest for at least two years after all the prizes are awarded.13

                These provisions do not apply to advertising programs that are regulated by, and comply with, the provisions of California law which govern the use of gifts or prizes to induce attendance at sales presentations (a type of promotional giveaway).14 Also, charitable trusts and corporations, or organizations which are exempt from taxation under state or federal law, are not bound by the provisions on the operation of contests.15

                Finally, a contest in which participation is conditioned on payment of value and in which prizes are awarded primarily by chance is a lottery rather than a contest. Under California law, only the California State Lottery may operate a lottery. All other lotteries, except bingo games operated by charitable organizations, are prohibited by California's Penal Code.16

                Legal Guides on the rules prohibiting lotteries and the rules for promotional giveaways are available from the California Department of Consumer Affairs, through the department's homepage at www.dca.ca.gov.




                sorry so long, but what was done is illegal, return the payouts

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                • #83
                  Getting 120k gems is not fair for the servers who could not participate in you guys think because I think that allowing you to keep 120k gems isn't fair How is it fair for a new user to come to world 2 with 350k gems and destroy all the people who didn't get the cash in in there server that's what's wrong with this not the fact you got gems if they where world gems I wouldn't give a crap about players getting millions of the things just cause I disagree I starting a fight norm? Why dose everyone have to agree with you always? If you guys saw that this effects the whole game and destroys the chances if people in other worlds who didn't get the chance or know about the cash in your doing it to be able to dominate the game in your server with a I fair advtange glitch or no glitch it needed to be fixed and I would be gutted a little to if I lost that but truthfully that's they only way to make th game fair for everyone as the person who put the trade in for that world screwed up I agree but how is it fair for you to return to your server droog with 100k gems and no else in your world knew about or was offered it

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by Nocturnalwarrior View Post
                    Getting 120k gems is not fair for the servers who could not participate in you guys think because I think that allowing you to keep 120k gems isn't fair How is it fair for a new user to come to world 2 with 350k gems and destroy all the people who didn't get the cash in in there server that's what's wrong with this not the fact you got gems if they where world gems I wouldn't give a crap about players getting millions of the things just cause I disagree I starting a fight norm? Why dose everyone have to agree with you always? If you guys saw that this effects the whole game and destroys the chances if people in other worlds who didn't get the chance or know about the cash in your doing it to be able to dominate the game in your server with a I fair advtange glitch or no glitch it needed to be fixed and I would be gutted a little to if I lost that but truthfully that's they only way to make th game fair for everyone as the person who put the trade in for that world screwed up I agree but how is it fair for you to return to your server droog with 100k gems and no else in your world knew about or was offered it
                    then the prize payout should have been "world gems". plain and simple it's their mistake. they need to man up to it and return what was won/bought/earned, fair and square

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by brew1123 View Post
                      RULES FOR OPERATION OF CONTESTS AND SWEEPSTAKES
                      March 2010
                      RULES FOR OPERATION OF CONTESTS
                      (Business and Professions Code sections 17539-17539.3, 17539.35)

                      A "contest" is any game, puzzle, scheme, or plan which offers prospective participants the opportunity to receive or compete for gifts or prizes on the basis of skill or skill and chance, and which is conditioned wholly or partly on the payment of some value. "Contest" does not include a sporting event, performance, or tournament of skill, power or endurance between participants who are actually present.1

                      A person who operates a contest may not represent, either directly or impliedly, that another has won any prize or item of value without disclosing its exact nature and approximate value. Similarly, representations may not be made to another that he or she has won any prize or item of value in a contest unless there has been a real contest in which at least a majority of the participants have failed to win.2

                      The law requires every person who conducts a contest to disclose on each entry blank the deadline for submission of that entry.3 Use of the word "lucky" to describe an entry form or symbol, or any other implication that advantage is conferred on the participant in preference to other participants, is prohibited. So too is the use of simulated checks, currency or items of value unless they bear the words "SPECIMEN - NONNEGOTIABLE" clearly and conspicuously.4

                      All contest and promotional puzzles and games must clearly and conspicuously disclose each of the following:

                      All the rules, regulations, terms and conditions of the contest.
                      The maximum number of puzzles or games which may be necessary to complete the contest and determine winners.
                      The maximum amount of money, including postage and handling fees, which a participant may be asked to pay to win each of the prizes offered.
                      The date(s) upon which the contest will terminate, and upon which all prizes will be awarded.
                      Whether future contests or tie-breakers, if any, will be significantly more difficult than the initial contest, and the method of determining prize-winners if a tie remains after completion of the last tie-breaker.5
                      Clear and detailed disclosures regarding the nature of the contest and number of contestants also must be made. The total number of contestants anticipated, and the percentage of contestants correctly solving each puzzle (based on prior experience) must be disclosed with the first solicitation and whenever payment of money is required to become or remain a participant.6 The exact nature and approximate value of the prizes must be disclosed clearly and conspicuously whenever prizes are offered.7

                      Misrepresenting in any manner the odds of winning any prize is prohibited. Representing directly or impliedly that the number of participants has been limited significantly, or that any particular person has been selected to win a prize, is prohibited unless that representation is a fact. All prizes of the value and type represented must be awarded and distribute.8 The opportunity to win a prize cannot be conditioned on a minimum number of entries or contest participants.9

                      If a tie-breaker for extra cash or any other type of prize may be entered by paying money, it must be clearly disclosed to the participant that the payment is optional and that he or she is not required to make the payment to play for these prizes. Participants must be given, clearly and conspicuously, the opportunity to indicate that they wish to enter this phase of the contest for free. However, participants may be required to pay reasonable postage and handling fees, which must be clearly disclosed whenever their payment is required. Reasonable handling fees shall not exceed $1.50 plus the actual cost of postage.10

                      Every person conducting a contest must refund within one year of payment anything of value received from a participant making written request if the participant was unable to participate through no fault of his or her own. Upon request by any participant, a list of names of all winners, prizes, and correct (and winning) solutions must be provided.11 Upon request by any member of the public, the actual number and percentage of contestants correctly solving each puzzle or game in the most recently completed contest must be provided.12 The operator of a contest must keep detailed records of a contest for at least two years after all the prizes are awarded.13

                      These provisions do not apply to advertising programs that are regulated by, and comply with, the provisions of California law which govern the use of gifts or prizes to induce attendance at sales presentations (a type of promotional giveaway).14 Also, charitable trusts and corporations, or organizations which are exempt from taxation under state or federal law, are not bound by the provisions on the operation of contests.15

                      Finally, a contest in which participation is conditioned on payment of value and in which prizes are awarded primarily by chance is a lottery rather than a contest. Under California law, only the California State Lottery may operate a lottery. All other lotteries, except bingo games operated by charitable organizations, are prohibited by California's Penal Code.16

                      Legal Guides on the rules prohibiting lotteries and the rules for promotional giveaways are available from the California Department of Consumer Affairs, through the department's homepage at www.dca.ca.gov.




                      sorry so long, but what was done is illegal, return the payouts
                      You agreed to kabam tos when you agreed to play the game so you go by there to switch states in them they are allowed to remove currency I'm not judging you guys for being mad I would be pîssed off to but they did the right thing here they should refund any bought gems spent or taken though I agree with that

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                      • #86
                        as a matter of fact, they went out an email, back in January, that they were going to switch to "world gems/ shadow gems". seeings how the prize was neither, give them back the way they were earned

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by _Drogba_V36 View Post
                          2k gems won't get your gear forged halfway bud. You would need more then 10k gems to fully forge a set of gear
                          I got every piece of gear there is. I know about forging but that's better than 100 world gems for a clear Kabam screw up.
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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by GreatWhiteHope5 View Post
                            I got every piece of gear there is. I know about forging but that's better than 100 world gems for a clear Kabam screw up.
                            They did screw up but I doubt you see more then that all though I think players effected deserve more

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                            • #89
                              Also everything they do is only in their favor. I have lost over 30k gems worth of troops to their "open city" glitch and get told there's nothing that can be done because changing anything would be unfair to everyone else. Now that their error is in my favor they still take it away with same retarded excuse.

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                              • #90
                                U talk to lawyer. Sign me up. I'm in Cali already. I got a guy looking into it too. Terms of service only hold do much weight. When u steal from ur consumer...different story.
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