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can microsoft ban you from live for trading pre order codes for MS point codes?

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4 years ago#1
so i traded a pre order code for 1600MS to some douchebag who tired to exploit me to get more after the fact and then the bastard hacked my account and emptied my MS points after charging another $100 of them as well. ive alreadly locked the account down changed all my passwords and they are working on it. i did some digging tonight and identified the bastard and ill pass the info to them when they open again

it isnt against thier TOS to trade like that is it? obviously hes dead in the wrong and theyll sort that out tomorrow, but i cant get in trouble for that can i?
4 years ago#2
Yeah you could get banned for that. It's never smart to allow anyone access to your account.
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4 years ago#3
i didnt allow it it got hacked. is it permanent?
4 years ago#4
Giving away your password is permission to let anything happen
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4 years ago#5
I'm sorry.. but.. LOL.
4 years ago#6
i did not give away my password the account was hacked
4 years ago#7
Why not simply buy a 1600 Points card...You obviously gave him your information if you claim to be trading...
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4 years ago#8
no i send him a code he sends me a code theres no information other than that
4 years ago#9
The most important factor is if you mentioned the trade over live. If you did you may get found out and banned
4 years ago#10
It wasn't done over live
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