Desy#1728 posted (#post-25046)
I clicked a link via an email advert.
I landed on a purchase page which again had no mention of an incomplete product. In fact it states even in it's FAQ on the purchase page that I get a 2 day head start with NO mention of possible service interruption. Based off that I am missing 25% of what was advertised, plain and simple.
I bought and paid for a product and during that process has no mention of services possibly not being delivered in full as promised nor is it covered in the Terms of Service.
So your math is terrible.
There were 6 components, and one of them was PARTIALLY short of what you expected.
Not to mention the beta as a whole is going to be months, so that 48 hours is a small part of part 6.
So you're looking at missing maybe 3-5% of what you paid for.
Let's take a peak at the actual ad.
In the ad, you actually don't see any direct mention of the early access to the beta. That shows that it's certainly not one of the primary selling points. It's just something that pops up when highlighting the beta point. It's a small bonus for one of the points.
Here's a list in the faq of what the pack contains, same faq you got your shot from.
Again, the actual point is the beta access.
Even in your screenshot, that's actually the answer to when you get access to beta, showing it's a little piece.
Yeah, you can be peeved that it's taking awhile for a lot of people, and they were a little slow to start, but that's within reason of participating in a beta. If you don't have the common sense to know what you're getting into by buying participation, and then go and make a huge strawman argument framing your issue as a much larger part of the whole, you're just going to be dismissed, and any legitimate complaint ignored. You're reaching.
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