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kremi151
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I don't know if this is the right sub forum to post my issue, if not so please move it to the right one.

 

Sorry Guest, you are banned from using this forum!

Buy the fucking game, we know when you create multiple accounts.

This ban is not set to expire.

 

This message appears when I try to access the forums without being logged in.

First off, I do not use multiple accounts, I only have this one (I don't know why I should use multiple accounts btw) and second, if you mean by "the fucking game" Minecraft, I already bought this game years ago.

So I hope this is some kind of bug or mistake which will be fixed soon.

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