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only payment system bugs? you never wrote that before! Just say that you are hungry for money and will give 50ounces only if you pay cash!!! Look around ! Everyone talks only about money-hungry Bytex and nothing about player support!
> *Originally posted by **[anton\_k1](/forums/147/topics/310157?page=1#posts-6576570):***
> only payment system bugs? you never wrote that before! Just say that you are hungry for money and will give 50ounces only if you pay cash!!! Look around ! Everyone talks only about money-hungry Bytex and nothing about player support!
Yes, they did say that and it was very clear. Read more carefully next time before you start yelling insults for no reason please. This type of community-bug hunting is very nice for players and a nice effort from Bytex.
It was rather ambiguous English, actually. “Priority for today is the bugs with payment system.” That’s not clear whether they’re looking for bugs “in” the payment system or attaching a payment system for bug-hunters. Too bad I gave up my clan wars bug for nothing — the 50 ounces would’ve been a nice way to recoup ounce losses this era.
And that’s another effect of short-sighted incentivizing. Community bug-hunting may be good, but not if it’s on a limited scope. For instance, if I had known they were looking for payment system bugs only and thought they would expand it down the line, I would’ve kept my mouth shut about that clan wars bug until I could’ve gotten prize money for it. Obviously that’s not best for the game, but that’s how the incentives work out.