The legal right to a refound after the last update for someone who is VAC-banned.
I'm thinking about the legal right to get a refound. All big servers have the new system in which you can't join the server if you have a VAC-ban. Any VAC-ban. I was VAC-banned for cheating in CS 1.6 10 years ago. I was 12-13. Now I'm 22. I should be able to get a refound since the product does not deliver what I, as a costumer, have the right to believe it will.
If I hade cheated in this game, or if steam hade stated that if I had a VAC-ban I wouldn't be able to play, then it would have been another thing. I would have broken the "terms of service". But in this case steam says the exakt opposite.
If you go here: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=7849-Radz-6869
you can see that steam says, that with the exception of the games liste there, you will only be banned for cheating in the game that you are actually cheating in.
I guess that the aegument against this is that it is not Tripwire that bans me, it is the server admins. But I know no other game that does this, and, if the result is the same (which it more or less is) then the product is still not fit for service.
My question is what Tripwire's status is on this topic. Will those of us who have been banned from one VAC game be able to get a refound?
(This is ridiculous, I can play CS:GO, even though I cheated once, 10 years ago, in CS 1.6, but now I can't play RO2/RS).
Excuse me for my bad english, it's my second language.