If you’re banned from There.com, it’s probably for a good reason.
There are some bans which we may reconsider in the future, but there are some people, and they know who they are, who won’t be reconsidered. We’re afraid your permanent ban is, indeed, permanent.
In these cases, these people were banned for very serious offenses, such as hacking, running scripts, exploits, giving away There’s Intellectual Property, running script to break into people’s accounts, etc. We take all of these very seriously.
That means, that if you’re banned, and you try and get back in, you’re trespassing. That’s against the law, and, as some of you know, we won’t hesitate to take action.
It also means that if you give your account to someone who’s banned, or give them a “spare” account, or give them stuff in world, you’ll be banned too. Permanently. And remember, since we have a record of ”every” transaction, we’ll know.
I apologize to all the other members of There for having to post this, but I hope it at least tells you we’re serious about this.
I promise a more interesting post later. 🙂