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Risks of buying Runescape gold

Posted on June 4, 2019 17:23

What are the risks of buying Runescape gold?

When you’re buying Runescape gold you’re actually violating the rules of Jagex. Jagex prohibits real world trading, the advantages a player can get from buying rs gold, can be disadvantages for Jagex. The rules are very clear about this subject, but what are the actual risks of buying Runescape gold? Let’s find out.

In general, when you’re buying Runescape gold there’s a little to almost no risk of getting banned, or any other punishment, especially when you avoid buying huge amounts at once. When you do a little bit research regarding real world trading on Runescape by googling and looking on Runescape black market forums, you cannot find one player that says that he has been banned for buying RS gold. This is because the chance is so extremely low that an average buyer can buy Runescape mills for years without even being on Jagex’s radar.

There are some things that can increase the odds of being banned though. When all of the rs gold is farmed by massive amount of bots, they can send a signal to Jagex and Jagex might be able trace the rs gp back to you. That’s why it’s always important to buy from a trusted vendor, for example, the best way for a site to obtain their rs gold would be by buying and selling the gold with a margin so they can profit from it and don’t have to obtain their OSRS gold or RS3 gold by using sketchy ways such as bot farming, so there’s no possible way for them to send a signal to Jagex because all the Runescape gold is legit gold earned by players themselves.

The rs mills can also be obtained by carding, which is a fraud method where players buy bonds with a stolen credit card and then selling them for rs gold. This will definitely send a signal to Jagex and chances are high that you’ll have your Runescape gold removed and/or get banned. Just like the last point I made, make sure you’re buying from a trusted vendor so you can be sure the rs gp has been obtained in a legitimate way. When you’re buying from small and unknown vendors, the risks will increase drastically.

Another reason why you could get caught is because you bought the gold off someone with a RWT flagged IP address. This also happens more frequently to unexperienced and small vendors, people who don’t take security too seriously and aren’t disciplined to keep safety and security as priority number one.

All of these things come back to one conclusion, which is to make sure that you’re buying from a trusted vendor that has been in this business for a very long time and therefore have real world trading experience. They know how to safely transfer rs gold to their customers while keeping the risks to its minimum. That’s not the only reason why you should buy from a trusted vendor, though. The biggest risk in general would be getting scammed by a seller, because people might notice they’re selling their rs gold for lower prices and rather pay a bit less, but be very cautious when you’re doing that. There are plenty of ways to get scammed when you’re buying from people on a black market forum or facebook, it’s very common that people deal with impersonators of trusted vendors when they’re not paying attention, or even if the person looks legit, they can still steal your money by using other methods. Unless you’re very experienced and know what you’re doing, just stick to the big and trusted websites and you should have no problem buying Runescape gold!

- Enjoy RS