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I have purchased a membership where certain things have been promised, that you would be able to do with your account/character. These things are not available, as they have not yet been created.

When i asked for the remaining of my membership to be returned I was told we dont do refunds.

Is there a legal recourse to get back that money, since they are not providing what promised, or what was the enticing thing that made me sign up in the first place?


If they fraudulently induced you to sign up for the contract (by promising non-existent features), then the contract can be rescinded -- like it never happened. In that case, the 'no refunds' clause has no meaning.

Make sure there's no fine print specifying that the features are to be delivered later.


It depends what they promised. If they said it's available now & it's not, that's misrepresentation. If they said it would be available "sometime", you don't really have grounds to complain. You signed up for the service knowing it was merely a planned feature.

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