TBH, what was the big problem with RWT in the first place? The fact that it went into someone else's wallet?
People can, and have always, bought their way to the top. Jagex now endorses it, so long as it's done through them. But why?
What was sooo broken about the economy that Jagex had to poke their nose in and officially support RWT? What has been fixed in the economy since Bonds' release?
I've known dozens and dozens of players who have RWTed using a third-party. Some buying only a few M, others buying and selling a few B. When it came to a company, none of them were scammed. None of them lost their credit information. They are a company, a business, and they have a reputation to uphold. After-all, a reputation is the main attraction for a RWT company.
So, what's changed since Bonds were released except for the pocket the money goes into?
Interesting viewpoint. This reads as if you support RWT as it was, it wasn't a problem because nobody you knew got scammed, and you have a problem because Jagex gets the money instead. I would have thought the benefits of doing this in-house would have been obvious. I'm also more than a little suprised that a forum mod on a fansite would publicly air a pro-rwt (as it was) viewpoint.