I spent years of my life "standing up for what's right" and putting my very real life on the line daily so people like you can waste taxpayers money in courts with nonsense cases like your talking about.Dear Gutless,
It's people like you who roll over when taken advantage of. It's people like you who never stand up for what is right. It's people like you who cower when dealing with big companies.
Making changes to a point system is completely ok but taking away points that were ALREADY earned is a different matter. As far as Virtual gaming rights go, there's actual laws based on that subject and that is what I'm currently exploring...stay tuned.
Some easy questions for you.
1) did you get the diamonds or other virtual merchandise Inno sold you?
2) did you utilize said virtual merchandise?
3) at time of purchase and subsequent use were you dissatisfied with the merchandise or the delivery thereof?
If you answered yes to the first two questions and no to the 3rd then you haven't got a legal case.
Your only argument is that the company made changes to their product after you'd used it for some time and your purchases no longer represented the same value to you.
Fact remains you are still reaping the benefits of those purchases, they just aren't giving you the same benefits as previously i.e. an inflated score that has no impact on your ability to play the game.
You have lost nothing of real material value, so are not eligible for damages.
Maybe you might make a case for suffering mental anguish and damage...good luck with that.