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My mom always said it's nice to share your toys

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    SkylordSkylord Posts: 138
    edited August 2017
    This quickly became a discussion about mercs and honestly I don't agree with taking that route, but they are present in every online game, unless accounts were banned from the beginning it's not fair to grandfather some players and ban new players, I value the experience of completing challenges on my own which is why I spent 6 odins to complete lab vs hiring someone else to do it for me, but honestly I have no problem with that because when you've paid over $1,000+ for a video game the bigger crime is taking someone's money and giving them nothing in return.

    My intent was to highlight the fact that a lot of the best champs are acquired by chance in this game, and I've been very lucky and I want to let others experience the same game I have, can't do that at the moment without breaking the "rules" set by the "man" and I think that's a tragedy. Also, going on a holiday is almost impossible for the top alliances, there should be a technical solution to let officer proxy someone champs in this case, maybe even try them out that way they know if it's worth the investment to go for the featured foe their own account.

    What I think is fair is if champs are DLC packages, you want the 5* spidy then ok pay $199.99, then we can really see who the best players are, gambling to get them can fun but also dangerous for those who have no self control
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    CoatHang3rCoatHang3r Posts: 4,965 ★★★★★
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    More like having car insurance that only covers you but you decide to let other people people drive your vehicle against the law.

    As usual you have no clue what you're talking about. I work in auto claims, your insurance covers the vehicle listed on the declarations page of your policy and covers any "permissive use" drivers of your vehicle. Now if you buy a policy and have a regular driver use the vehicle and they aren't rated for the policy that's another thing, but that too is not "against the law", it may just lead to a claim being denied or a policy cancelled.

    Seriously man, stop being such a stump for Kabam. It's old and tired.
    Driving without insurance is against the law. There are plenty of policies that only cover listed drivers. Anyways it's an analogy used for illustrative purposes if this were an insurance forum we could discuss your willful ignorance. Stop trolling.

    Stop. Just stop. You're making things up as you go and looking foolish as a result. Not that this is a new phenomena for you, but still. You must have a BS degree in Willful Ignorance.

    Nah we're good you keep pulling **** out of you know where thinking you are coming from a place of authority, Very foolish. I suggest you bone up on what you are trying to claim, I'll leave a reference at the end of this post for you to read. There are very well instances and policies that do not follow the vehicle but your beef is with my analogy let me correct it for you so you don't have to worry about it conforming to your experiences.

    More like borrowing someone else's car and then loaning it out to someone else without the permission of the owner

    Unfortunately, there is no bright line answer to the question, and it depends greatly on the language of the policies involved, the jurisdiction you are concerned with, and the specific facts involved. Permissive use is generally covered under the liability terms of an auto policy. As always, however, there are exceptions.

    There are certainly insurance carriers and policies that will not cover any driver not specifically named in the policy. Other relevant facts include where the “other driver” resides and if they are related to the insured. In general, if someone is living in the insured’s household and regularly drives the insured’s vehicle, many insurance carriers expect you to have that person named on the policy. They will need to undergo the same underwriting and qualification process as any other policyholder.
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    TrumpootTrumpoot Posts: 185
    OMG, i feel like i should have saved 15% by switching to XXXX instead of reading all these posts LOL
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    DD2DD2 Posts: 309 ★★★
    edited August 2017
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    RehctansBewRehctansBew Posts: 442 ★★★
    edited August 2017
    @CoatHang3r

    I was simply pointing out that it is easy to run map5x5 with 9 players, and a lot of people say that moving players is cheating them out of rewards or that player got rewards he didn't earn. So my point was that player can join AQ and never move but still earn rewards for joining. Is that cheating you out of rewards? Nope. We still 100% and they are still part of the group.

    I was not arguing the TOS, we all know what it says. Many folk on forums love to repeat it on every thread. What I was arguing is the point of it being stealing others rewards, and pointing out that a person who hasn't been moved in AQ but does nothing earns the same rewards as one that has been moved a few spots to speed it up so we can live real lives.
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    SummonerB2SummonerB2 Posts: 556
    Account Sharing aint allowed and it gives off an unfair advantage.
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