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Has people stealing WoW time cards become this bad?

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User Info: smackfan

smackfan
8 years ago#1
So I went to Wal-Mart yesterday toe get a time card and i see a sign saying. "Attention Wal-Mart customers due to a very large increase of theft of video game prepaid time cards we will be putting them behind the counter. Please ask the cashier if you wish to buy one. Thank\ you for your support of wal-Mart." That's just plain sad. Get a job you thieving bums.
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User Info: qvchater

qvchater
8 years ago#2
Don't they get activated at the cash register?

User Info: Uh_Oh_Oreo407

Uh_Oh_Oreo407
8 years ago#3

From: qvchater | #002
Don't they get activated at the cash register?


No
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User Info: blakklabelx

blakklabelx
8 years ago#4
same thing at my walmart too. its just horrible.








oh well, on to target.
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User Info: moses_banned

moses_banned
8 years ago#5

blakklabelx (#004)
oh well, on to target.


Was a superior place to steal them to begin with.

I actually got caught though, so I've had to buy my time with WoW gold. Kinda sucks.
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User Info: juna_starrider

juna_starrider
8 years ago#6
Not only in my Wal-mart do they keep them behind locked glass doors, they also open them when you purchase one in order to make sure people aren't stealing the cards, and replacing the tape.


I guess they have some internal issues there....
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User Info: sicNME

sicNME
8 years ago#7
smackfan
Posted 3/6/2009 5:42:34 PM
message detail So I went to Wal-Mart yesterday toe get a time card and i see a sign saying. "Attention Wal-Mart customers due to a very large increase of theft of video game prepaid time cards we will be putting them behind the counter. Please ask the cashier if you wish to buy one. Thank\ you for your support of wal-Mart." That's just plain sad. Get a job you thieving bums.
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User Info: Blubyyou

Blubyyou
8 years ago#8
Poor people steal stuff: news at 11.

User Info: Aragorn_11

Aragorn_11
8 years ago#9
My friend got caught stealing about 5 from Best Buy.

I know lots of other people that do it. I also live in Tennessee.

Just imagine how much worse it is in places where actual full human beings live.
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User Info: CheeseOmen

CheeseOmen
8 years ago#10
Not as bad as a kid I know who boosted a Call of Duty 4 CD key right out of the box.
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