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Ever since Ganz asked us to keep our docks at under 100 I have kept mine at 50, so no, it's not our fault. I think it's really strange thought, that the of the four accounts in our family, two are huge and I could log on most of the day but couldn't getr into the rooms becuase they would log me out, but the other two smaller accounts had no probllem. Tonight I can't log into either hug3e account at all and get the "doing important maintanence" message, but the other two are fine. Go figure.
they need to bring the upgrades online. Like the frig that holds 24 idems, the coupon holder, and a place to put flooring/wallpaper. that would clear so many docks. so they should blam themselves not us.
No offense, but I think you are jumping to conclusions. All of my docks are below the 100 dock (so called) minimum and I am only having trouble with one out of three. It is not even my largest account.
it is are fault i keep my items below 50 here are some things you can do make a storage room sell items you dont need make some money think of all the people out there maybe they have 400 items in there dock it is are fault there servers are strong think of all he people more than a thousand think of al the items there servers are strong they close webkinz for are safety
I think it is more that the serevers were not equipped to handle all of the new members and upped traffic the holidays brought
I agree. Even though most people know to keep their items below the 100 mark there are still a huge variety of glitches. This latest one though I would have to agree was do to server overload. Everyone sells Webkinz now so there was a huge amount given out at Christmas this year. Ganz just wasn't ready for the load in my opinion :0)
It is our fault! We did not empty our docks to 100 items! That is the reason for all of these glitches.........IT IS OUR FAULT!!!
I'm going to respectfully disagree with you on this one. Ganz's inability to keep the site up and running is 100% their fault - not ours. The dock limit of 100 is a guide for users because whenever you go from room to room, the system has to reload everything in your dock which can be time consuming and cause slower service to that particular user. This also goes along with the idea of not having our rooms overloaded with items... ie: full 100 item gardens.
Ganz owns this issue fully themselves. They knew the amounts of Webkinz that their retailers were ordering and what they were shipping out. They knew their product was increasing in popularity - being featured on news and in magazines. They saw the issues around Easter last year with the spike in traffic and should have been able to foresee these issues at Christmas. IMHO, Ganz chose to make expanding their website their top priority, instead of ensuring that it could handle the increased traffic and addressing known system issues.
I'm not hating on Ganz here and I'm not complaining. But as a consumer, I will not accept fault for these issues. We, the users, did not break this system by purchasing too many Webkinz or not emptying our docks. That would be like saying, for example, the cable TV goes out and that it's the viewers faults because they were all watching at the same time. Doesn't work that way.
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