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  • I am sometimes bored to wander and do quests and want to immediately start fighting with other characters in PvP matches. But my character is very weak, I just probably do not know how to quickly raise the levels. I'm thinking of buying levels for my Orc here <spam URL to powerleveling service removed by admin>. Like it looks reliable and not so expensive. Have you ever paid for character levels? How it works?

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    • Something about this seems suspicious, including the fact that my device made ominous clicking noises when I was on the site. You might want to do some research on this before paying these people, given that services like this one are generally unwanted by Blizzard.

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      Deleted by choice. Was intending to reply to OP not the user who commented before me.
      10:19, September 18, 2018
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    • 2A02:2698:5022:1510:35C6:6CFD:96CA:FEFD wrote:
      I am sometimes bored to wander and do quests and want to immediately start fighting with other characters in PvP matches. But my character is very weak, I just probably do not know how to quickly raise the levels. I'm thinking of buying levels for my Orc here <spam URL to powerleveling service removed by admin>. Like it looks reliable and not so expensive. Have you ever paid for character levels? How it works?

      Prohibited Commercial Uses: (iii) performing in-game services including, without limitation, account boosting or power-leveling

      TL;DR Don't use a power-leveling service unless you want something to happen to your account.

      Before i launch into my massive spiel, i will say that i have never used a power-leveling service or what have you as it is a major security risk and with good reason (Not that i much care about Blizzard anymore given how many times they've shot themselves in the foot but i'm gonna say it anyway in hopes of saving you a potential headache).

      That being said, you would be taking a major risk by opting for a power-leveling service for two main reasons:

      1. It's strictly against the EULA (Relevant part at the top of this long winded post) and is therefore a bannable offense (Whether or not Blizzard actually discovers you used such a service is up for debate).

      2. I took a look at the link you provided and as per the following you are basically giving a real person full access to your account (With which they can do whatever the hell they want including but not limited to deleting whatever character(s) you may have on the account. Assuming they aren't lying through their teeth and are actually using trainers/cheats/bots).

      Quoted from website: We do not use trainers or cheats, we do not use bots – only real gamers-professionals.

      And lastly, there are websites such as Wowhead that offers useful information as well as pointers on a great many things such as leveling your character(s).

      That's all i have to say here (The choice is yours).

      I'm going to bed now.

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    • Although the OP could be asking an innocent question, it could also just be stealth spamming, so I removed the URL from the original post and replies.

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