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Sp4mD4gger
07-07-2015, 08:13
Read this first http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?34252-Questions-about-PCARS-and-possible-refund

Now you done that, I'll make my point.
Obviously the OP was upset, on his second post he said he will go check out the forums, me and another offered him support and to give PCars a chance.

Then the locked thread appeared, what sort if impression has been made?.
The guy never got a chance to hang himself with a rant. And have seen many worse posts and no action was taken until it really got bitchy.
I'm not naming name cos it's there for all to see.

Ian Bell
07-07-2015, 08:26
Read this first http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?34252-Questions-about-PCARS-and-possible-refund

Now you done that, I'll make my point.
Obviously the OP was upset, on his second post he said he will go check out the forums, me and another offered him support and to give PCars a chance.

Then the locked thread appeared, what sort if impression has been made?.
The guy never got a chance to hang himself with a rant. And have seen many worse posts and no action was taken until it really got bitchy.
I'm not naming name cos it's there for all to see.

We reserve the right to close whatever threads we see fit. Including this one.

Vittorio Rapa
07-07-2015, 08:34
Excuse me for replying to a closed thread (and after the boss.. :) ), that thread has been closed by me, and not because I (or we) didn't liked to hear about the user, but because it was opened to ask for a refund, I replied to the refund question (not much to reply tho..) and closed the thread on that subject, but I invited the user to continue the discussion in any of the other threads (or open another thread of his own), if the topic changed from "I want a refund" to "...I don't like it.. because..".
There's nothing "unfair" or such.