I am aware that the bannings have happened a few weeks ago and that some of you are kinda tired of the topic. Please just not read this if that is the case. Me, I am still thinking about it and wondering what is going on, because one of my accounts was affected by it. I have heard that it is very possible that EA UO cannot really tell if an item is duped. And that most likely my account was banned because I had multiples of items. So, the assumption was made by EA UO that these items must be duped because I had over a certain number. Not because they were duped (because, according to the person that I spoke with, they really are unable to tell the difference) but because I had over a certain number of certain items. I bought low to sell high (and therefore had back stock), or I bought to use or use at a later date. That is why I had multiples of an item. I am just left wondering what I willing put myself into by playing this game. If something like this happened in real life, EA UO would not have any hard proof to take me to court even. So, was I banned just because I had over a certain number of items? Can EA UO even tell the difference between a duped item and a real item? If they cannot, then that would explain why there is a problem with duped items. If they cannot really identify it, then they cannot get rid of it and their only course of action would be to do what they did (delete items that are all in the same location). Me, I think that this action is unfair and unjust (of course, because I was affected directly by it). Even with logic, when applied to real life, this type of action would never have happened because it is all circumstantial evidence, and would not be enough to even go to trial (if EA UO cannot tell the difference between real and duped and are only going on numbers alone).