15/06/2012 07:31Posted by DarlynnSMS protect is mainly to make sure that you are actually living in whatever country you registered your B.NET billing address.
15/06/2012 09:29Posted by DreamloreSMS protect is mainly to make sure that you are actually living in whatever country you registered your B.NET billing address.
As shocking as it might be, not everyone settles down to live in their parents' basement, thus this kind of completely useless restriction makes no sense at all.
All I can see here is 'I didn't get the response I wanted so I threw my toys out my pram and raged'. Try to act civil buddy.
15/06/2012 07:27Posted by DreamloreSo, for the time being (before deciding to fly to the other side of the world to purchase a prepaid SIM-card), I'm left to hoard RMAH income to Blizzard funds - which we all know are next to completely useless - because apparently Blizzard thinks that my authenticator is not protecting my account enough. Really?
15/06/2012 09:53Posted by DreamloreThe bottom line is, this 'optional service' (as it's written in FAQ, true story) is far from optional as it limits the functionality of other services, and should be taken out. Not out as a whole feature of Battle.Net (although I can't see anyone using it really), but as a requirement for RMAH withdrawal to PayPal. Or at least take it out if the account already has authenticator attached.
15/06/2012 10:19Posted by ChromeLTDConfused as SMS project is pointing towards you needing a internet ready phone not just a text enabled phone is this correct ?
18/06/2012 01:47Posted by FutaCopI have an Android phone that I buy monthly minutes for. It's a non contract phone. It's through Virgin Mobile.. I can't participate in the RMAH?
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