Kpb321 wrote:At this point I think there is nothing to do but accept it. Short of actually getting the physical card or at least the code from the card and redeeming it yourself you do have no way of knowing if it is a dupe or not.
Blizzard could know and could stop it, but have opted not to sadly. While I like the idea that pets become less expensive, I also do not lime the idea that spammers, scammers and gold sellers profit from it.
Now, if I see the big trading cafd pets, mounts etc all being advertised by the same person, or same macro I will avoid that seller as they make me suspicious. They could be legit, I know some kids who buy cards, then sell them for what they would cost to buy if you were only looking for that card. Turns them a tidy profit, but I know them IRL, not from trade/ general spam.