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Karnov
Poor Old Ornery nOObs
Turdz Asshatz N Grieferz
Posted - 2010.05.24 21:47:00 - [31]
 

Originally by: Bagehi
The OP should change the wording of their post to include a proposal to not allow a GM to handle petitions filed against them.



Done

getafix
Posted - 2010.05.24 23:50:00 - [32]
 

A gm dealing with a complaint about himself?, totally unethical, lets ask ****** if he though he was wrong to kill all those jews and get him to deal with the complaint shall we?

MrFkn Universe
Gallente
Federal Navy Academy

Posted - 2010.05.25 16:00:00 - [33]
 


Maxsim Goratiev
Gallente
Imperial Tau Syndicate
POD-SQUAD
Posted - 2010.05.25 21:41:00 - [34]
 

Originally by: Herschel Yamamoto
Originally by: Mkah Mvet
Since there's currently no way to ask "let me speak to your supervisor" a GM could completely suppress petitions against themselves. That's not right, and needs to be fixed.


Completely false. Ask for your petition to be escalated to a senior GM. They're obligated to pass it along right away. If that doesn't work(and I've never heard of it not working when the petitioner made clear what they wanted), contact Internal Affairs. This stuff isn't as well-publicized as it perhaps should be, but it does exist.

While i do agree that handling apetiton against yourself might be silly, since you can escalate a petition i don't see any point of making a great fuz out of this.

Ganre Sorc
Posted - 2010.05.26 15:03:00 - [35]
 

Originally by: Maxsim Goratiev
Originally by: Herschel Yamamoto
Originally by: Mkah Mvet
Since there's currently no way to ask "let me speak to your supervisor" a GM could completely suppress petitions against themselves. That's not right, and needs to be fixed.


Completely false. Ask for your petition to be escalated to a senior GM. They're obligated to pass it along right away. If that doesn't work(and I've never heard of it not working when the petitioner made clear what they wanted), contact Internal Affairs. This stuff isn't as well-publicized as it perhaps should be, but it does exist.

While i do agree that handling apetiton against yourself might be silly, since you can escalate a petition i don't see any point of making a great fuz out of this.


Just as a police officer cannot handle a case against him(or his relatives and close friends for that matter), a GM should never be tasked with handling a complaint against them. it may be described as unethical, but i think more accurately, it is a conflict of interest(well being of the game/player vs. his own self-interest).

GavinCapacitor
Posted - 2010.05.26 17:18:00 - [36]
 

I have little to no confidence in GM's or CCP (t20 scandal) from various encounters. And this certainly isn't helping.

Dominar Solon
Gallente
Aliastra
Posted - 2010.05.27 02:21:00 - [37]
 

There is already mechanics in place for this you can request the escalation of your issue to a higher ranking GM. I have asked for escalation once because I thought the first answer i received was not sufficient. I had an update in a day from another senior GM and they discussed with me the issue and came to the same conclusion. I do agree that a GM should not handle a ticket about himself ever. I do however question what you requested. I find that it is a valid question and information we should be made privy too least we get caught up in this whirlwind of emotion to hang CCP. I have filed many things with CCP in my time here in the game. Some I felt did not make sense or that i simply did not agree with. Each time I tried my damnedest and coolest to prevail. In some cases I was successful in others I was not and in those rare occasion just joking around when exposing a flaw in a billing system or a bug gets one rewarded. I have found CCP fair and just. They have rules in place and an EULA that guides the service they offer with rules for our side.

As a note when I was a much younger player I bought ISK, I was punished oah man was I punished. A negative 1 billions wallet was horrible and took a long time to repair. I think I worked on that for a good 6 months my god was it horrible. But I did something I had fair warning about. I thought I could sneak it in but they got me. To this day I am glad they did only that when they could have been much harsher.


WhiteSleeve
Posted - 2010.06.03 13:35:00 - [38]
 

Bump!

He dares
Caldari
KINGS OF EDEN
Sev3rance
Posted - 2010.06.15 13:19:00 - [39]
 

yes it is total unethical all you need is a lil check box that allows you to flag a petition to take it higher.


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