Again, how in the world was I negligent? Why would I have changed the password when I had no idea who the other resell belonged to? Isn't that part of what created this mess to begin with? Why does the onus fall on good people, doing the right thing? Someone screwed us, and in the process screwed the delicate trust we have with each other, yet we're no closer to figuring out who it is? How difficult can this be, really? Seems like a simple process of elimination.
And, unless I'm missing something, why should anyone have to go without a share or their owed monies at this point? I had a share, and sold it to @akbeast. Someone changed the password. Now that the account has been retrieved from this idiot, what's the problem? The only thing it seems we need to do is figure out who is responsible for the mess, and exclude them from future sharing.
EDIT: Also, while @akbeast didn't make it any easier by waiting so long to activate the account and subsequently telling me days later it wasn't working, it's his right. It's his ACCOUNT! You can't blame the victim here.
I'm not trying to say you were negligent. More on giving advice to the community in general on how to prevent sniping from happening in the future. If everyone followed the two points I listed, we wouldn't be having these types of problems. If the person you bought the account did what I suggested, then you would have known who the other resell holder was. This would also narrow the number of people who have the password down, making any potential problem a lot easier to resolve.
For sake, I give in. So, now there are three people that are "entitled" to this account? And you've determined the 2 that get to keep it how? I don't understand. I had this game for a little under a month, and their was NO issue. NONE. THE day I decide to sell it THE PASSWORD changes? No one finds that just a bit...weird? So, what we can deduce from this is that the person was logged in no earlier than Monday and was in this thread, otherwise they would have had no idea to act when they did. Unbelievable. No wonder the old heads and veterans are so cynical around here. Who would do this over a fucking measly couple of dollars?! WHO?!
I'm willing to compromise, and pay my fair share for someone else's theft, but I will not do shit until we discover who the imbecile is. We've determined everyone who's has had this account in their hands at one point or another, so how are we unable to determine who's responsible? I'll also elect to place myself under temp. suspension from gamesharing.
I'm willing to chip in $1.50 to the third person that will lose their share upon the condition that we figure out who the culprit was.
Looking through the flowchart of previous owners, the only gap I'm seeing is who ipacman got his second share from. Hopefully he can shed some light on that.
Anyone know who the host of the account was?