Got ban by mistaken using a bot. I was using isboxer which is approved by Blizzard. You also can check my record by checking pulsating sac on twitch.
We do know that it is allowed to multi-box Warcraft, with ISBoxer, even on multiple PCs. Many people are doing that right this very moment. Multiboxing in World of Warcraft is allowed.
I am pretty sure the reason I got ban is due to false report because my wow 3 got reported and wow 1 get a ban, not all my account. And you can tell by looking at the botter at the isle of thunder farming soh(Spirit of Harmony) for 24 non-stop, once they got ban they all got the ever the same toon. all isboxer do is make the screen window small, you still press 1 key per action. What if someone just keeps report people over and over again, then they get a ban for no reason? s
It is permitted, not necessarily approved. Slight difference, especially with any changes that could lead to this software becoming automated instead of mirroring.
Bans and suspensions are not automatic. They are manually applied by a game master after reviewing logs and verifying that they match the report. But they are human, and to err is human. You should have received an email to go with the account action, and in that email is a link that you can use to appeal the decision. Check your spam folder just to be sure.
It will not be an opportunity for you to plead your case, but it will put the evidence in front of a new pair of eyes to be reviewed. If it’s upheld, you can appeal again for yet another fresh pair of eyes, up until they tell you that no more appeals will be looked at.
If you think you were incorrectly banned, you should have recieved an email on how to appeal it.
Blizzard does not approve of any third party multiboxing software. Multiboxing is completely unsupported (though not against the ToS providing you do 1 keypress per action, etc) and always carries the risk of getting banned. That is what the appeal process is for.