[WARNING] Don't fall for RealOTs trick by Ecstazya!!

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Would you trust Ecstazya with a new server?

  1. NO!!!!!!!

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  2. Maybe

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  3. a little

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  4. Yes!

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  1. Moba2017

    Moba2017 The singing one

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    My post confronting him: source
    Hes response: source
    He said "also it lasted lot more then a month".
    Server launched March 11, first post that confirm the server/website offline, April 11.
    [France] RealOTS 7.7|CipSoft Files|Custom Client|Anti-DDoS with multiple proxies|11th March

    I feel this server was just an easy way for Ecstazya to make money.
    I lost 120 Euro because I thought it was going to be like the original RealOTs, online for years even if the community were dead.

    So.. how did you feel about last RealOTs by Ecstazya?
    Did you also lost a lot of donations that Ecstazya refuse to give back?
     
  2. Michawl

    Michawl Member

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    Before we get started: Did you seriously donate 120 euro for a ot? XDXDXDXD
     
  3. Keal Atis

    Keal Atis Member

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    Looks like a scum made by owner of this server, let's hope that he will respond and explain his point of view in this topic.

    It is good to use PayPal, if someone do things like that you can get your money back, even 6 months after payment.
     
  4. Nemphis

    Nemphis Active Member

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    if you use shops or donate more than zero money on something that can Close next day. You sir,are a moron.

    120?! total 500 from your friends?

    Lol lol. no feels given from me.
     
  5. Thexamx

    Thexamx worst coder

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    You gotta be kidding, if you are donating cash you are assuming you lost it, ITS NO LONGER YOUR, what the fuck is "get your money back".

    You're gonna donate to any project which closes next day, even charity or whatever, and the next day you are expecting them to give you "your" money back?

    Have fun reading, Donation - Wikipedia.
     
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  6. tnecniiv

    tnecniiv scripter to be

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    Why would you donate without playing the server for a bit. To learn about how trustworthy the admin is...
     
  7. Tony32

    Tony32 Active Member

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    Not that I chose sides, but a donation is a donation. Not a purchase of products or items. The p-rose you get in return, is a thank you. Know what I mean?
    Douchy, yes. But you can't really do anything about it.
     
  8. xKrazyx

    xKrazyx Old School

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    In all reality its not even a donation, its a false label. You cant call something a donation when someone is giving money for a direct item or service in return. AKA points.

    Its called Fraud xD. Grimy people starting 'non profits' have been doing it for plenty of years.

    Just paypal charge back >.> youll win everytime if you dont provide ID.
     
  9. Worr

    Worr Extraordinary member

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    Isn't it in most terms of services for serious games that when you buy an item you don't own it? E.g Riot Games can shut down tomorrow and they don't own 1 cent to anyone for lost skins.
     
  10. mdwilliams

    mdwilliams Premium User Premium User

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    PayPal do not offer buyer protection for virtual goods. Donation or purchase - doesn't matter. All the vendor needs to say to PayPal to automatically close-out the case is "This was a purchase of virtual goods."

    EDIT:
    PayPal now do offer buyer protection for intangible (virtual) goods. See @Raggaer's post below for more information =]
     
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  11. xKrazyx

    xKrazyx Old School

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    Doesn't stop someone from claiming it was an unintended purchase or a fraud purchase? Just dont do it often or paypal will lock your account lol.

    Even if you sent money as a "gift to family" you can still claim it wasnt you, just submit your ticket through a different IP.
     
  12. Silk

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    This donation is seen as an investment into the server, players donate under the premise that the server will be up for the advertised amount of time. If Ecstazya made it seem like the server was only going to be up for a month, then he doesn't owe anyone, but if he advertised the server as an on-going server with at least 1 year of hosting, he's a fraud and keeping the donations would be theft.

    I don't trust this Ecstazya person, I have heard that he is pretending to be a GM from the original realots called GM Ecstazya, when in reality he is not Ecstazya. He is likely another person who has a bad reputation and decided to change his nickname.
     
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  13. Raggaer

    Raggaer Godly Member

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    Thats not true. I have successfully claimed my money on several cases using PayPal all of them virtual goods. Our buyer protection now covers intangibles
     
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  14. mdwilliams

    mdwilliams Premium User Premium User

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    Indeed! That's a cool step forward for PayPal, when did this change do you know?
    Back when I hosted I received a lot of charge backs and won all of them by calling PayPal direct and telling them that it was a purchase of virtual goods - they closed every single case without hesitation or further explanation.
     
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