While it’s fun to rip off Wargaming (preferably WG EU) by bruteforcing codes, I am starting to doubt the morality of such an undertaking. Long story short: about an hour or two ago, Russians acquired a “template” from an European magazine for some warplane, some gold and 5 days of prem. They are bruteforcing it even now, which means that whoever buys the magazine will get a code, that has already been used. Personally, I think that such a person can always contact WG support to remedy the situation, but it is still annoying. Since I didnÅ¥ know where the templates come from before, I posted them. This time however the template clearly comes from a magazine (even the Russians say so) and I won’t knowledgeably rip off EU players this way. I also removed the previous codes post from today (from the feedback they didn’t work anyway). What do you think? Should we continue this code mining, or should I let it be?

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