Why Powerleveling Services are Bad

Many times you'll browse a forum for your guild, the official site, or wherever and see a post by an irate person who got banned for some unknown reason. You'll see sympathetic posts and calls for him to call Blizzard but they "ignore" him. These kinds of posts are generally victims of powerleveling, a service offered by the Secondary Market. As sort of a public service announcement we have got together plenty of reasons why you should avoid this "service" at all costs to not only keep our game clean of cheaters but to protect your account as well.

"First of all, the morality issue. If you are paying someone else to play for you, then what's the point? I don't pay people to play the newest Final Fantasy game for me (although a witty jab at the latest one that plays itself would be quite appropriate). The game is about leveling up, earning rewards, and getting to high levels with friends, guildies, or by yourself.

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Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016