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whitnom4Member Since 20 Nov 2012
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09 May 2016 - 04:25 AM
14 September 2015 - 04:59 PM
This is different meaning of share. If you are "the lucky one" and have primary ps+, you are good, everyone on your console can play online. The second person can play online only as a guest/secondary on his own account. That's why I said online is not shareable.
i was confused what you meant for a second and then while i was typing a response i understood what you were talking about lol. If ps+ is on your account and your account isn't primary on your ps4 then you'll only be able to play online on your account on your ps4. The ps4 which has the ps+ primary account can use any user and still have the + but you cant.
09 September 2015 - 03:10 AM
phantom pain is too addicting. I'm always like oh just one more side mission lmao.
26 June 2015 - 06:05 PM
People, I have been very busy lately, but I something to share with you.
I think some rules should be set in order to protect users in the owner/resell marketplace of this thread.
the following situation happened to me:
Some time ago, I bought an "owner" from an user of the game "DB Xenoverse PS4", after according the terms of the operation, I sent the money to that user and he sent me the account info, the e-mail and pw of the account. Based on my experience with these accounts, I asked for the pass of the e-mail and the DOB of the account. The user told me he didn't have that info and pointed me toward the previos "owner" of the account. I contacted him too, but he explained me he wasn't the host of the account and he didn't have the DOB either. However, he was able to give me the e-mail password. Then I set a security question for the account and I though that should be enough in case a need of recovery. I also changed the e-mail and password for the account.
Unfortunately, some days after my purchase, when I tried to access the account I got the following message:
I wasn't even ablo to activate a console on it (fortunately) and I didn't take note of the user info the account had (name, last name and address), so I wasn't able to contact Sony for an explanation.
After some research, and the kindly help of the previos owner, I found out the host for the account was the user: jazvdb and I found he had similar issues with other transactions he made on the site, for example this:
Checking the history of the guy on the thread, you can see he was kinda suspicios in everything he offered:
Unfortunately, I wasn't aware of the origin of the account before I bought it, because I trusted on the "safe marketplace of CAG" . But now, I think some rules should be stablished for the transactions of "owners".
Things like knowing the original host of the account should be a must. The host should be a regular and possibly a veteran. I don't think that giving the DOB and original e-mail for the account to every user is a good idea, because this put another risk, having to many people with that information. I think that information should be given to the last "owner" only with the condition that he is not going to sell the slot in this thread again.
I must warn you also, that in Colombia, this kind of accounts were widely widespread among people because they were cheap. I am talking about accounts pre-carged with 150USD that were offered on ebay. So I know a lot of cases of accounts banned just like the one I got from here. As far as I know the risk with banned accounts for being related to "stolen cards purchases" is that the ban can be set over the consoles where the account was activated. So it is not only a matter of losing the money spent on the purchase, but having a permanent ban in the console. The thing is, we have been sharing accounts between forums (CAG - Laneros) from a long time and I already warned users on that forum about being aware of the origin of the "owners" before they buy them.
The funny fact is that I always was very cautios for not geting involved with this kind of accounts and the last place where I thought I would get one from was CAG, but then you see...
wow thats the one i sold you huh? sorry, i had no clue.
12 June 2015 - 09:39 PM
stolen account? He shared his account with me
apparently nobody has shared accounts with them before lol.