Initially, MMOSavor.com had me impressed! Looking past the obvious misspelling of the domain name, the landing page was full of action. Advertised were things like power-leveling, accounts, items, VIP Specials, and free gold. On the sidebar scrolled dozens of raving 5 star reviews. After taking all this in, I clicked over to the Live Chat line and within about five minutes I was connected. Once there, they must have been so bogged down it literally took an hour for the representative to answer 5 simple questions, the last of which was “how long has the company been in business?”. Her response was “24 hours”. Huh?! Maybe this explains why the Bizrate® icon in the footer links to Bizrate.com. No, not the unique confirmation page that says the website is trustworthy. Just plain-old Bizrate.com! On top of that, the Paypal® icon right next to it doesn’t even try so hard! It just links to mmosavor.com/#, so now I’m sketched out. I google around for keywords like “mmosavor scam” and tried to see what the internet thought by typing “mmosavor -www.mmosavor.com”. Now I’m simply disappointed. My google results were inconclusive, but with that said, I recommend you stay away from this site. If nothing else, just don’t wait until their Bizrate® icon actually works.
In the meantime, here are some more reputable sites: