Pokémon Go Accounts Are Already Being Sold
POKÉMON GO has only been out for a week, but its meteoric leap to the top of the App Store charts has sparked a wave of cottage industries. Players are chauffeured around by rideshare drivers in order to capture Pokemon and check in at Poke Stops. Lures are being used by businesses to attract clients and drive sales at the low, low price of $1.19 per hour. Thumbtack, a marketplace offering professional services, is looking for Pokemon experts to help newcomers. Consumers with high usernames featuring the most popular Pokemon are now offering to players willing to pay the price to avoid churning (and lots of walking). On Craigslist, Facebook, and other sites, you may discover pokemon go account for sale with powerful and rare Pokemon for sale, ranging in level from the high teens to the low twenties.
If you’ve just emerged from a cave and stumbled onto the Internet: Pokémon Go is a mobile game in which players must explore their environment and capture small creatures known as Pokémon. The more Pikachu you catch and the more achievements you complete, the more experience points you get; the more experienced points you earn and the higher your level, the more likely you are to find unique, greater Pokémon. Leveling up quickly might also be aided by in-game purchases. However, after a player has reached a certain level, they can sell their account and more than return their in-game investment.
Game creators have sent takedown letters for terms of service violations, therefore listings on sites like Craigslist and Facebook have been short-lived: Several Craigslist ads were removed minutes after they were posted. However, there are marketplaces that cater to this type of transaction, which is problematic because it gives gamers who can afford it an advantages.