So how does Blizzard find these accounts so easily? It seems that nearly all the companies offering power leveling services are based in China. Bad news for genuine World of Warcraft players based there, as their accounts are marked along with the others. Most power leveling companies naturally want to start with an untouched, new character.for this to be leveled up to level 60, one could expect to be charged over $1,000. However, because it is now commonplace for these accounts to be banned within three months, prices have dropped drastically and you could be offered this service for as little as $150. Of course, whatever you pay, when your account is banned, it's money wasted as there is absolutely no redress.
If you have other characters within your account, they'll be gone too. Which means, everything you've worked for has disappeared. But you may not have to wait for Blizzard to ban you, to lose everything. Most WoW power leveling companies ask that you don't login to your account whilst they are doing their work. Of course you've had to give them both your username and password to enable them to access your account. I hope you're ahead of me here!
Yes,they're obviously going to change the password and you will automatically be locked out of your own account. Guess what? All your gold, armor etc., etc., that you've worked so hard to get for your other characters, disappears in a trice. It will most likely be sent to another character that they are power leveling for someone else.
How about buying an account from a player who has decided he doesn't want to play any more?
Great idea, as you are able to transfer a character to any server and your ready made character may be weighed down with valuable items. The problem with that,is you haven't named or trained him,so he's really not "your" character. Another problem is that there is no guarantee,that if you can find one and afford to buy him,he won't be taken back by his original owner. This is reputed to have happened only recently after a player paid nearly $10,000 for a character. The character now appears to have been banned by Blizzard, proving that they really do have their eye on the ball.
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It certainly looks from the evidence above, that leveling your own character is far the best and safest way to go. Get yourself a good guide from http://www.wowgolds.org/ and you'll find that will save you a lot of money as well as from being banned.