The difference between buying a ticket from a scalper and prostituting yourself for one is, if you suck dick for a ticket and brag about it, burners will still respect you.
A Jester wrote:Bummer!
that really sucks.
I do have hope that your friend will be able to make it happen. I've heard a lot of tales of people buying more tickets than they need, so there should be a healthy resale market.
I don't in any way want to not be sympathetic to how this has got to feel. However, I don't think that it's fair to blame the lottery system for this. maybe they make it a little harder to buy because you have to stay un-hacked for a month or whatever, but the real issue is that your friend got their card hacked.
Best of luck, and I hope you don't need to much of it.
oleg8888 wrote:You know, I try to stay open minded.
I am always the one who gives the benefit of the doubt.
When the word 'Lottery' was launched I assumed there were good reasons behind it and I trusted the good folks at BMORG have thought it thru.
Boy was I wrong...
oleg8888 wrote:I work as a Quality Assurance engineer for an IT company and you know what would happen if I don't think of a scenario which might brake my system and as a result will not test it?
There are so many things that could go wrong with a CC:
- Get hacked
- Get cancelled by the bank b/c they think it was hacked (happened to me)
- Get lost
- Get stolen
- Run out of funds
I am 100% sure they have thought about this but made a decision not to address - that's what scaring me.
What else have they let slide?
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