A PUBG report published by Krafton outlines how players of the battle royale game were permanently banned after a Steam investigation revealed they were fraudulently requesting refunds and microtransaction refunds using men’s G-Coin. armed.
G-Coins can be purchased for real money and can be used to purchase a variety of cosmetics and in-game items in PUBG, including clothing, weapon skins, and vehicle decals. If players make G-Coin purchases by accident or if purchases are made without their permission, they can contact PUBG publisher Krafton and request a refund for those transactions. However, some players are reported to be requesting chargebacks and refunds without making any actual purchases, resulting in permanent suspensions of their accounts.
“As we recently noticed a dramatic increase in potential refund cases for certain PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS (G-Coin) items, we conducted an extensive investigation with Steam and found that these in-game transactions were confirmed with refunds. fraud,” Krafton said in a report. “As a result, we have permanently banned the accounts associated with these fraudulent transactions.”
Krafton invites players who may have been banned despite not reporting any fraudulent transactions to submit a support ticket. “If your account has been restricted/banned while you did not perform any fraudulent transactions, please submit a support request to PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS and we will get back to you as soon as possible,” the publisher says.
Elsewhere in the PUBG world, Battle Royale was recently banned by the Taliban for “inciting violence” and is expected to become unavailable in Afghanistan in the next 90 days. A new collaboration with F1 manufacturer McLaren has also been released, with the latest 19.2 update, as well as changes to various animations and the weather system.
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Source : PC Gamesn