A Victim of its Own Success. It's = it is.
Bought gold for so many years before the WoW token came out. Where there is demand there will be supply. Blizzard should create their own market place. Traders will have to be authenticated and monitored to ensure gold is coming from legitimate sources. If people are going to pay for boosts and gold, they should facilitate it.They will never beat this issue unless they embrace the simple fact that the demand exists.
I've reported 5 bots. 2 I've reported several times each. Blizzard doesnt give a damn about bots. The bots are still there after 3 months :)
Do not add tokens, otherwise you will ruin rpg/progress elements for all because of botters/gold sellers.
One of the lower hanging fruits here is obviously to tighten the level range you get xp from instanced mobs, if level 30's get 5xp per mob in ZF and Mara, and 54's get 10xp per mob in ZG, at least it'll take longer to boost new bot-chars. It doesn't hurt that it hits the boosting business as well.But if ActiBlizzion really cared, they would have cracked down way harder by targeting and tracing gold trades and suspicious AH purchases and banning within hours instead of waves every 6 months. But you know, 6 months of subscriptions is better than 1 month. And in this case it leads to everyone else having to play more/getting more accounts to farm dungeons more effectively as well. It sure does seems like a short-sighted win-win for ActiBlizzion to not fight this harder.
TL;DR summary of the comments section"The problem isn't (enter aspect of game you like) it's (enter aspect of game you don't like)
Good thing I quit WoW before Classic came out. Sounds like things are an absolute trainwreck right now.