Selling Diablo 3 and Battle.net's Terms of Service
July 8, 2012 9:47 PM Subscribe
I have a physical, legal copy of Diablo 3
I'm planning on selling on eBay. I always knew that once I got bored of D3 I'd be selling it, so when I registered it on Battle.net I created a whole new GMail & Battle.net account (with a fake name) so I could give them to the buyer as part of the sale. My questions, then, are as follows;
posted by Effigy2000 to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
1. Would this sale violate anything in Battle.net's terms of service?
2. If yes, what "buyer beware" provisions, if any, I should put in my eBay ad so that I'm covered if Blizzard somehow work out that the game now belongs to a new owner.
3. How likely is it Blizzard would know the game has been sold and the account transferred to a new owner?
4. The passwords I created for Battle.net and GMail aren't passwords I normally use, so I'm not worried about a buyer somehow working out how to hack my e-mail or bank accounts. I will, of course, remove any links to Paypal I established for the RMAH. But in the interests of protecting myself, should I also delete my character (a level 43 wizard) which does use my real name before I sell it? Any other potential privacy pitfalls I should be aware of?