erm.....well who's fault is that then? If I'm concerned about something I certainly do read the rules, I have no sympathy for someone who moans about a problem they could have prevented if they had taken responsibility for their own actions. I've been scammed before, when there was no trade limit, yes I was seriously annoyed, but accepted that it was my own fault for getting involved and not checking things out first.
Also, reading the rules and all the guidelines...well, lets be honest, sucks. Nobody readys them.
You got scammed? How dare they. Inform me of the cost and I shall ensure you're given the money back out of my own pocket*
*terms and conditions apply - All money's repayable to jrhairychest at standard apr% (569.5%), all moneys paid on demand, your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayment of a mortgage or loan secured on it. If your home is siezed we will tickle your face and go 'ooochy coochy cooooo' and run. ty!
I agree it is up to the player to be aware of the rules, because you cannot claim ignorance when it all goes pear shaped.
Price manipulation is not against the rules, anyone can take advantage of it, if they want to. Occasionally yes, you may lose some money....but really!yes they will, but it has not occured yet, so my point still stands from my previous post:
Jagex WILL do something about it. Its not a matter of if, its a matter of when.
When they decided they would stop people smoking in a bar, it was still legal (withing the rules) until they actually changed the law. A bar could not be prosecuted until that law was passed. Therefore, if there is no rule against it, it is still 'legal' (within the rules) no matter how much it is frowned on, until that said 'rule' is stated.
And this is why I stand by that its right. In all honesty Jagex don't seem all that bothered about it. If most of the manipulators actually go out of pocket I'd say its a good thing and a lesson learned for most of them.