G2A compensates users from which Ubisoft revoked their paid license key

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: G2A compensates users from which Ubisoft revoked their paid license key[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2012/02/Ubisoft.png[/newsimage]

G2A.com has posted a message stating it will compensate users who lost their license key because it was banned by Ubisoft.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/g2a-compensates-users-from-which-ubisoft-revoked-their-paid-license-key-74598/](http://www.myce.com/news/g2a-compensates-users-from-which-ubisoft-revoked-their-paid-license-key-74598/)

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#2

It’s the only fair thing to do, not refunding customers would be commercial suicide.

Also, their customers probably have a very good case under Polish consumer law (assuming Poland have enacted various EU directives).


#3

So key me get this right:
It’s OK for ubisoft to draw imaginary lines around the world and then charge more for the same product, delivered from the servers in different sections, but it’s not OK for an enterprising company to purchase those licenses and sell them in a different imaginary section?

This needs a class action lawsuit.


#4

[QUOTE=debro;2746593]So key me get this right:
It’s OK for ubisoft to draw imaginary lines around the world and then charge more for the same product, delivered from the servers in different sections, but it’s not OK for an enterprising company to purchase those licenses and sell them in a different imaginary section?

This needs a class action lawsuit.[/QUOTE]
Sadly, ubisoft’s behavior is legal in most parts of the world :a, though, fortunately for those of us who live downunder, not in Australia. :iagree: