March 18, 2012
Have you been thinking about buying SWTOR credits to help you get ahead in the game? If you’ve been playing the game for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen posts by “gold spammers” or “gold sellers” being made in chat. This can get the accounts banned, so usually they are on a newbie character, they spam the ads, then they log out, and sometimes even delete the character. You run a risk of having your account banned if you buy from these bots/spammers and you really don’t know anything about them.
If you’re thinking of buying in-game currency, however, there are some places to do it that are more legit than just some random toon spamming in the chat. Credit buying is prohibited by the rules so you’re doing it at your own risk. Some gamers who choose to take that risk want to ensure they are buying from an organization they can trust so they lower their risk of being banned.
When credits are needed so much in the game for so many different things, it makes sense that some people would want to get a head start. Once you reach 50, the credits seem to come really easily. They’re practically thrown at you! But prior to that, it might seem difficult to get credits for the things you need and want at the lower levels. So, this is why some players will opt to buy them. It’s not even something you have to do on a regular basis, but it might be something you choose to do to gain a little boost.
You can buy in-game currency at MMOROG.com but keep in mind there could be some consequences to buying SWTOR credits. This site, however, has some great reviews and it seems a lot of players have been using them for a long time without getting banned. If this is something you want to decide to do, you should definitely go with a company with a proven reputation like this.
Now that you know a bit more about buying SWTOR credits and a great place to get them, you can decide if it’s right for you. Again, you assume the risk when you choose to do something that violates the rules, but when you go with a trusted site that has been selling credits to many players for a long time, you can feel more confident that you’re not getting scammed and that they will make all attempts to try to keep your identity and account secure so you don’t get banned.
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