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Old 05-01-2012, 10:09 PM   #26
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In other words, if you're selling commodities and you want to turn your profits into real cash (not Battle.net funds), you'll have to pay Blizzard a 15% sales fee, then a 15% transfer fee. If you're selling equipment and you want to turn your profits into cash, you'll have to pay a $1/item sales fee, then a 15% transfer fee.
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Blizzard also said they will not be putting items up for sale themselves; all transactions will be left up to players.
Yea right. They'll start with vanity items like they have in World of Warcraft before transitioning to useable items when they see how much money they can make.
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