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It's very simple really...

 

... they're cheating somehow.

 

There's a limit of (IIRC) 5 AVs/alts per household.

 

If you want more, then just make a multipe of SHAPES for the same AV. 1 male, 1 female, and a bunch of alternate shapes you can wear like a new suit. Works just fine.

 

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It's very simple really...

 

... they're cheating somehow.

 

There's a limit of (IIRC) 5 AVs/alts per household.

 

If you want more, then just make a multipe of SHAPES for the same AV. 1 male, 1 female, and a bunch of alternate shapes you can wear like a new suit. Works just fine.

 

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There is a limit of 5 Avatars per Mailbox. So if you get another mailbox you get another 5 accounts.

 

And they don't need to cheat - the hardwired I/P Adress of your network adapter for example is a unique identity.

 

Also fixed I/P adresses are a sign of having the same system. Like my router is always giving me the same I/P internally.

 

Cheaters are the ones with a name fo each character in alphabet - they get all things out of money chairs while other really wait for their chance.

 

Greets...

Wolwaner Jervil,

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one way arround people having excessive alts if for lindens to charge say 5 usd a year for each account and then if say a person wanted to get an av for each letter of the alphabet it would become an expensive exercise.

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In the past it was USD 9.90 for every additional account. It was changed after some time to allow for 5 free Alt-Accounts in combination with the mailbox.

Even if LL would charge the fee, there is no way to actually distinguish between Alt-Accounts and different Family Members sharing the same PC.

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