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Thanks to BSOD for the 21 day trial, I'm playing now.

For anyone who is wondering whether they want to play or not, I recommend it, once you actually get into it its quite fun, it made me late for class because I was doing some exploration.
I played....until my 21 days trial ended :/
sigh it was fun....but I don't want to get addicted to a MMORPG style game in the year of my exams
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I glad I never got into eve, if the main selling point of this game is to scam people outta their money. Because I don't like dishonest people so I wouldn't like a mmo company letting dishonest people get away with scamming people.

Since I know this been going on if a friend ask me for a space game with open pvp I def not gonna tell him about this. Then watch him rage months later when he gets scammed.
You get scammed out of stuff in game... who cares? All of the scams are pretty obvious. If it sounds too good to be true than it most likely is. They rarely are as over the top as the one in the article. Most are recruitment scams or the good ole "send me isk and ill send you double back". EvE forces people to use common sense and apparently a good portion of the player base can't handle that.
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Join the overclock.net channel in game, if you need some pointers etc.

Personally I love these scam stories, the big ones take a ridiculous amount of effort to pull off. I have seen these guys advertising their scheme daily for the past few months and always wondered if they had any takers. Well I guess I have my answer now.

Well played!
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Join the overclock.net channel in game, if you need some pointers etc.

Personally I love these scam stories, the big ones take a ridiculous amount of effort to pull off. I have seen these guys advertising their scheme daily for the past few months and always wondered if they had any takers. Well I guess I have my answer now.

Well played!
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