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27.01.2012, 10:42 #1
Today I got banned for hacking without using it!
1)Were you using Honorbuddy, Gatherbuddy or both on the account?
Yes both on the same account.
2)If so, when was the last time?:
Over the night.
3)What profile were you using?:
Kicks 58-70 profile.
4)What combat class were you using? if None Just put Default then the Classname:
5)What plugins are you using?:
6)How many hours per day did you bot for?:
Pretty much all the time
6.5)What honest percentage of time did you supervise your bot?
7)How many auctions per day did you have?:
8)Did you Use Any Other Bots, Hacks, or Mods?
9)Was your account involved in gold selling?
10)EU or US realm?
So yeah, I've been using the honorbuddy for some weeks now. I've been farming for minerals, leveling up characters and farming honor etc. And like everyone else here on the forum, I really love it!
So to the point then. I've been using honorbuddy alot lately, I mean.. ALOT. I've pretty much had it running 24/7 the last couple of days, not really beeing afraid of becoming banned or not.
Today when I woke up from having the bot running over the night, I noticed that I got smashed by the banhammer . So I went to check my email and this is what I found:
This account was closed because one or more characters were identified using an unauthorized cheat program, also known as a "hack". These programs provide character benefits normally not achievable in the World of Warcraft. Such benefits include, but are not limited to, increased speed, teleportation, or running through walls/boundaries. Use of these unauthorized programs harms the game environment because they offer an unfair advantage over other players and supersede the intended limits of the game.
Even if this behavior is the result of a third party accessing the account instead of the registered user (for example, a friend, family member, or leveling service) then the account can still be held responsible for the penalty because of the impact it had on the game environment.
We've found the above behavior is many times directly related to groups responsible for compromising World of Warcraft accounts; we take these issues very seriously. To better understand our position against exploitative activity and the risks involved, please review this article: World of Warcraft Europe -> Info -> Gold Selling: Effects and Consequences
For any disputes of this action or further information on Exploitive Activity, please visit the Exploitative Activity FAQ and contact page here:
Support - Battle.net Support
Blizzard Entertainment Europe
I mean I wouldn't blame them for banning me for botting, but for hacks? Come on!
Anyway, any thoughts and tips on how to get me out of this?
Last edited by gbnne; 27.01.2012 at 10:58.
27.01.2012, 10:46 #2
yeah just got banned for the same reason too!! Warden got updated 2 days ago this is probably why
27.01.2012, 10:49 #3
27.01.2012, 10:53 #4
27.01.2012, 10:59 #5
27.01.2012, 11:02 #6
27.01.2012, 11:32 #7
mod can;t say that so I'll do it - sry but I think say you're not honest with us.
"8)Did you Use Any Other Bots, Hacks, or Mods?
Nope." this is probably just lie... you need to understand no one will be able to help you if you're not honest.
If you read last ban threads you should know its hacks banwawe, even the reason of your ban is "HACKS" - honorbuddy is bot, not strict a hacks. They give you that reason only when they detect hacks, which they did.
so yes, it means you was using Hack on your account, maybe not recenlty but for sure in last few months.
please, be honest with us.
27.01.2012, 11:34 #8"Go get a life ... time account!"
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27.01.2012, 11:36 #9
27.01.2012, 11:38 #10
Is there a way i can find out if a hacked was use? Because i never heard of "snowball" and would like to check waht happened to my account, to prevent future mistakes...