> okay, lain did NOT drop it
> If I'm wrong, I don't get why they won't just unload all their refurb stock on you.
> Doesn't make any sense to me, and clearly you have no explanation yourself. But
> obviously we're seeing this two different ways, it's fine.
Pretty much every store has stock limits. Most stores don't just ban people for trying to place an additional order on something. Like, why wouldn't they let me perhaps buy some other item in the future? Why not just block the purchase and that is all, like every other store in the world? It is most likely that I had hit some fraud detection trigger with either their own security team or the security team on the merchant processor's end. These teams prevent fraud totalling millions of dollars, and rarely have to give explanation or take any action in response to a customer inquiry. Personally I feel my purchases from Nintendo were not excessive. First I purchased 2x 3DS XL and 1xSwitch. Then I remembered I wanted the SNES Classics so I got 2 of those. Then I ordered 2 more and I was banned. If their definition of a scalper worthy of blacklisting is someone who tries to buy the maximum of one item twice, that is obviously ludicrous. This was also a new account, and the first time I ever used this address or this payment method. So I suspect that perhaps I purchased the items too fast (three orders in under 5 minutes or something like that), or some combination of factors involving that, the total of the items, and possibly other factors I am not privy to.