Neverwinter Cross-Account Buyout Data

The devs are very active lately in trying to get those third-party sellers, more precisely their buyers, punished. The latest ban-wave happened on January 29th on Xbox. There is pretty much only one good way for sellers to transfer the Astral Diamonds to their buyers and that’s buying out auctions. Those auctions follow a certain pattern. The buyer always posts an item for the amount of ADs purchased that’s widely available and cheap. The best known one is probably the Portable Altar. The buyout price can includes the AH fees depending on whether the seller covers them or not (1,111,111 vs. 1,000,000 for example).

We have used our auction house data to compile a list of suspicious cross-account transactions. This can be players buying from third parties or transferring currency between multiple accounts. However there are also very legit explanations of players posting unlikely high prices for items that normally go for pennies. As always treat the list as data, not accusations.

The final list from the last 30 days includes 696 handles and is available here.

The table below shows 80 handles that posted at least 10 auctions worth 10,000,000 AD or more for a grand total of 1,989,479,951 AD.

@handleValueAmount
ajiiim1232000011
almabra2240006520
archurai1540000014
ardyris1000000010
astralburn22200000020
bacchusink1100000010
bedwyer2666666424
bitme921210000011
bk206011160000010
blackyluke1666666515
bringer031444444213
brktml01605000011
capthook992666666424
ceedub99998308038073
chrisaay104510000021
clintne1232000011
crimsonthumper1540000014
darknessdestory71210000011
dididoi10111110457
djiels1992222118
economy13871111018
elmigou2200000011
epeire1210000011
ercole#14111999800018
estalia17701430000013
faeromalikite2420000022
garetjaxivm1111120010
gbf962800000025
girresse2444444218
griz#65612200000020
gustavokisame2530000021
harles211222224610
hellbot731666666515
hellss53300000020
helmar11100000010
helric91544000014
hels1ng1510000014
houzvicka1231120501010
howardb552200000011
in4cer1110555510
infrabaffe1780000016
jantomark2640000024
jdago2200000010
kaagra1200000011
kaboomsky1988448018
kaiichi1850000015
kramsex1110500010
kronerr1410000013
magicclip1680261015
MakeCocktailsNotWar2333352021
mcruffo1100000010
meyengomo1210000011
mooory3m5280000016
neokafram1540000014
nomak19842200000010
nushi81111120010
odemmortis12800000028
raistlinmajere004420000017
Ratsushi7500000023
RAWKSHASA1840000016
rayze19941320000012
remcann2750000025
sharkvicious1100000010
sjaynes12281100002211
slowsainbolt1111120010
Smellybeans182200000020
storman371777792016
teloske#62871652000015
therealmalacath3135958028
tosh2221760000016
ture0072100000020
unthoughtknown1200229011
vadasz21#27271111120010
warriorsmurf1430000013
wawajaja1177777711
xm1sx1100000011
xnewyorkhardcore1320000012
zallborg18449711912
zephon912000000019
zunook#428114333360040
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5 thoughts on “Neverwinter Cross-Account Buyout Data

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    February 5, 2016 at 6:37 am
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    yep one legit reason is to use the AH as storage if you dont have posting fees. thanks VIP

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    February 5, 2016 at 12:46 pm
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    So when I used to do farm Castle Never, the ‘leader’ would hold onto the high ticket items sell them and then we’d post a portable altar and they’d buy it. Basically splitting the value of the run between the party.

    There isn’t always bots using this method, it’s a legitimate way to transfer funds between players for high ticket items you want to divide among a party.

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    • NWO_Unblogged
      February 5, 2016 at 5:00 pm
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      Absolutely. CN split runs. Those were the days…

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    February 6, 2016 at 5:13 pm
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    Just because i’m post a item for 100.000.000 ad JUST TO SAVE MY ITEM IN AH, my bag is full..
    fckerr !. lol noobs

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    • NWO_Unblogged
      February 6, 2016 at 5:20 pm
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      Auctions of 100,000,000 should not be included in the data. You can help improving the list by providing the item of the auction which you feel was incorrectly tagged here.

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