Interesting question about Multiple accounts (in General)
Something Sefton said in another thread got me thinking.
"there is a situation in which a person may play multiple accounts. If that person is a non-supporter and his account is inactive, it can be deleted."
Is that correct? Can a non supporter with an inactive, then deleted account create another one and continue to play?
Or is it still one account ever. And if you're first was deleted, tough. No coming back for you.
May 15 2007 6:24 PM EDT
If your account has been deleted then if you want to come back you have no option but to create a new one.
I saw this once or twice. If your first one is -DELETED-, you can start a new one. Because there is no harm in getting another NUB, because what are you going to do but use it?
So I could get a mate to join, not become a supporter, get him to sell out for USD after four months (Hell I'd *buy* his CB off him. You know, I'd give him the cash down the pub next week. Sure I would!), wait till his account is deleted for inactivity and start again?
Multiple NUBs and that's ok?
yep. Not sure how the time till deletion relates to the time played.
well four months without a favoritves list is hard
Funny, i get this CM from a mentee soon after this thread, =P
From: ngriese ... Sent: 6:04 PM EDT
is there any way to delete your account?
i dunno Drakon..
i mean, i've been going without a fav list. and it's been *way* more then 4 months.
(Truth be told, i did know about this, and was pleasently suprised to find that my account, after ~6 months of me not being on, was still there)
i still seen some inactive accounts as far back as 2005 that werent deleted, last login was alot 2005, not deleted, look up the user sephiroth thats an example
yay, more theoretical behavior for Ranger to beat the "all newbies are multi-ing for USD" drum with.
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