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  1. Awesome. I hope you keep having good luck with it. I'm looking for a better thermal solution for my tower right now. I wanna see if I can push my 1660 a bit more, but probably not.
  2. Not to my knowledge. The charge was for Uno apparently, which I have purchased, and have not charged back With my memory issues I couldn't tell you for certain. I've had several concussions in life and I'm mentally disabled from them, among various other things. However, I would guess that I did contact Ubisoft and then the bank or card (again mine or my grandma's, can't be sure.) I guess maybe I could see this mentality, but I had fraudulent charges on both Steam and Battle.net before and neither of those companies have since told that I can't purchase something. And both of those were significantly more than ten bucks. I know it's such a weird topic on here, and weird to be asking advice. But, I would really love to find a way to solve this within my means, because there are games I enjoy and want to play with a clear conscience. Not to mention, I want to order Uplay+ which is recurring income for Ubisoft, which is way better than ten bucks for them.
  3. Well, I mean, I saw a charge that I didn't make on a bank statement (possibly grandma's credit card statement, she let me use it at the time, as I'm disabled and have no income). I called the bank (or card company on her behalf) and said hey, I didn't make this purchase. They would have then said to let them look into it and see if they believe me. They then a few days later contacted me and said they believe me and did a chargeback. I mean, I can't really give specifics on this specific charge, because I clearly don't remember it or I'd know what it went through. However, I do know from experience that that's how chargebacks for unauthorized (i.e. fraudulently made) charges work. No other company ever has told me I can't buy from them because I reported a fraudulent charge. Granted, that's only happened 3 other times. Twice was when my card was stolen before I got it reported, so I remember those for sure.
  4. I guess the point of this thread is two-fold. 1: Because I think people deserve the information about a company that could do the same to them and I felt that posting it this way was better. 2: Because I genuinely hope someone has advice that will help me get through this situation so that I can indeed spend the money I'd like to spend on the games I'd like to have. Which dalekphalm has given, except that in my very specific situation I can't implement that advice.
  5. I don't remember if it was my bank, or my grandma's. I think it was my grandma's. She's 94 and unwilling to talk to the bank about it. I have no idea why this is the first time they've said that when I've bought a few things in the past year. I would create a fake account like you say, but privacy is not my concern. My concerns are actually grounded in law, which I'd rather not explain. Suffice to say, I truly can not do social media such as Twitter and Facebook.
  6. For what it's worth, I'm not saying any of your thoughts are incorrect under normal circumstances, just that things are complicated with me and the specifics of this.
  7. I'm no longer with that bank. Nor can I contact them, because I'm not sure who I was with at the time. The charge was for a game I do own, that I have purchased, more recently than that. For various reasons, I actually don't use social media.
  8. Not to mention, at that point, re-buy all my games ... from a company that's asking me to be a victim of fraud.
  9. And support a company that is asking me to be a victim of fraud?
  10. So, Ubisoft won't let me buy anything. Apparently, it's because over a year ago, I reported fraud to my bank at the time for a $10 US charge. Ubi is saying that unless I reverse that chargeback (which I can't, I don't bank there) thereby making myself a victim of fraud, I can not buy anything from them. Does anyone have any advice in this situation? Or, has anyone found themselves in a similar position?
  11. I missed that part of it. I should be asleep right now, but when I'm awake enough I will.
  12. @Corsair Nick Have you learned anything by chance?
  13. Banned for violating the rules of the department of redundancy department.
  14. So, dust was the problem the whole time? I'd invest in an air compressor. That's what I use once a month or so.
  15. Banned for not making something up as though they had said something.