Hmmm, i was wondering when you would speak up about this. Oh well, i guess it's for the best. Now that i think about it, we don't want ntreev to be putting the blame on MMOG for telling it's members to do these acts.
We wanted to take the time to collaborate on this and determine the best way to move forward before taking a stance. Naturally, our stance will always be against illegal activity but the issue in question was only illegal if executed for a particular reason. If a legitimate reason exists it's not illegal. We try to keep discussion as open as we can here but we want to ensure that our community is protected.
@Crypt: An ugly fact of this industry - it isn't just with Ntreev. I have contact with many publishers and chargebacks are extremely common for any and all reasons within the microtransaction MMO industry - very few of them legitimate. Even here on MMOG we've had issues of stolen credit cards and members charging back to "get us back" for infractions. Because it would cost us far more to investigate and press charges against the latter than the $5 we lose in the chargeback, we choose to simply block the offender and press forward.