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March 23rd, 2012
Posted in Selling
Surprisingly the gamertag wasn’t the reason for the ban.
You’d think it was his gamertag. What was the ban actually for though?
I thought about that as well, and it wasn’t obvious until I reloaded the comments page – this post was put under ‘Selling.’ So I’d imagine that s/he was trying to sell their account.
“Offering to trade Xbox LIVE or in-game services for Microsoft Points or money”
You’d think they would at least be smart enough to pick a nickname that doesn’t immediately attract attention and reports from every player you meet online.
Even if he weren’t selling anything, I love that people have the obviously wrong gamertags, and still think they can say they did nothing wrong.
“My gamertag was IhategaysblacksmexicansandanyonewhoisntwhiteandXBLcansuckmygenitals, why was I banned”
Why not just make it “Ihaveeveryone” more succinct and it’s not bannable! ;)
Xbox Live has rooted out a new breed of stupid, wherein idiots get extremely creative over expressing hate over something as trivial as a gaming service.
haha the last tag “banned for no raisins”
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