It’s been two weeks since the launch of “Pokemon Go,”a gaming app that has taken the world by a storm, and people are already looking to make money off the gaming app.
Do you have a ‘Pokemon Go’ account that is already in its level 14 or 15 and is packed with an array of rare Pokemon? Then you are sitting on a potential golden goose!
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People who live in the suburbs or outskirts of towns have less access to rare Pokemon, which are only available in certain areas within the cities. Hence, they are unable to progress in the game, as fast as the others. These people are offering to pay good money to get their hands on an advanced “Pokemon Go” account that is pre-stocked with rare Pokemon.
Following the growing demand for higher level “Pokemon Go” accounts, advanced players, whose accounts have already reached levels 14 or 15 have put up their accounts for sale on sites such as eBay, Reddit and Craigslist, reports Polygon. These accounts are selling like hot cakes, with some even going for as much as $175!
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The practice has taken a flight, with players least bothered about the fact that the makers of “Pokemon Go” have already listed the buying and selling of app accounts as completely illegal among the trainer’s guidelines. According to the rules, Niantic can place a ban on someone’s account if another person tries to access it via a different Gmail account, reports PokemonGoHowTo.
However the craze for becoming the best Pokemon trainer out there has blinded some to the rules and regulations of the game and they are willing to cheat, use “Pokemon Go” hacks and basically do whatever it takes to “catch ‘em all.”
Some of the most expensive accounts understandably belong to players from NYC, since it is one of the busiest places in the U.S. and where most rare Pokemon are located. Nick Johnson from Brooklyn recently became the first “Pokemon Go’ player to “catch ‘em all” and complete the North American Pokedex.
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