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The method revolves around reselling shirts for profit. It doesn't require high initial investment.

Broxel Goldgrasp sells a of shirts for just 25g/pc. The best thing is many aren't even aware of that vendor and players are buying them for ridiculous prices, because of the Fashionista: ShirtFashionista: Shirt achievement. They visually represent World of Warcraft races.

The vendor is located in Icecrown (Argent Tournament Grounds). If you're still farming ICC for Invincible's ReinsInvincible's Reins or Ulduar for Mimiron's HeadMimiron's Head make sure to pay him a visit.

He sells the following doublets:

Horde

Alliance

Thomas Yance is a traveling salesman. He doesn't sell shirts only. His arsenal includes boots, pants or robes. You can experiment with selling them as well, especially on RP realms I assume they will be very valuable. The vendor can be found in Old Hillsbrad Foothills (Caverns of Time).

Shirts he's selling:

Even though the shirts don't look very appealing, they still count toward the achievement and should make you some gold for a few copper investment.

If you're absolutely lazy, I've got a surprise for you. There are shirt vendors in Dalaran too. Except you'll see a lot of those shirts on the Auction House, but that's the price you ultimately have to pay for your laziness.

Angelique Butler (36, 37) is selling:

Salan Sunthread (37, 55) is selling the following apparel:

Tips

  • Buy multiple shirts, but NEVER put all your stock in the Auction House at once.
  • We want players to think the shirt is rare and that's why it has such a price tag.
    • I'd put a single shirt of each on the AH per character. Up to two chars max. This includes undercutting it on your alt by a copper to make the illusion of rarity perfect.

Shirts usually sell overnight without any issues.

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1 hour ago, meanottin said:

Isn't that exploiting the game? My friend got permanent ban for doing something similar

No your friend did not get perm banned for doing something like that,he lied and didnt tell you what he did. There is nothing wrong with re-selling npc sold item,if people are too stupid to do their own research then let them be,and even if they know,some people dont like traveling arround.

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2 hours ago, meanottin said:

Isn't that exploiting the game? My friend got permanent ban for doing something similar

You can't get banned for something like this. I'm 100% sure. Your friend must have been banned for doing something shady he didn't tell you about.

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2 hours ago, meanottin said:

Isn't that exploiting the game? My friend got permanent ban for doing something similar

this is the equivalent of someone going through the AH looking for items that have been put on for a low price and relisting them for a higher price, your friend must have done something else at the same time.

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I believe what the user above is discussing is the idea of deceiving players of the price of things. As long as you are not telling people that the shirts you are selling are "SUPER RARE, ONLY ONE EXISTS IN GAME YOU CAN NEVER GET IT AGAIN", you're fine.

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I thought it wasn't a reason to get perma ban too, he must have really done something more than that! Thanks for clarifying guys! He told me he was doing that and also buying items from AH and re-selling them with higher prizes, he said that GM contacted him and said it's exploiting the market of the server, and that's why he lost his account. It was an old guildie, so I didn't double check him.. Or maybe he was doing this on a massive scale, and that was the problem? 

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33 minutes ago, meanottin said:

I thought it wasn't a reason to get perma ban too, he must have really done something more than that! Thanks for clarifying guys! He told me he was doing that and also buying items from AH and re-selling them with higher prizes, he said that GM contacted him and said it's exploiting the market of the server, and that's why he lost his account. It was an old guildie, so I didn't double check him.. Or maybe he was doing this on a massive scale, and that was the problem? 

You can never get banned for doing this, ever. Think there are players with large amounts of gold controlling markets (e.g. buying all the stock from the AH cheap and relisting higher). it doesn't matter if it's a single or thousand auctions. You can't get banned for anything involving reselling items. We all would be banned for sniping by now.

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17 hours ago, Stan said:

You can never get banned for doing this, ever. Think there are players with large amounts of gold controlling markets (e.g. buying all the stock from the AH cheap and relisting higher). it doesn't matter if it's a single or thousand auctions. You can't get banned for anything involving reselling items. We all would be banned for sniping by now.

Haha, thank you! Okay, time for making some gold then... :p

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On 10/18/2016 at 5:40 PM, meanottin said:

I thought it wasn't a reason to get perma ban too, he must have really done something more than that! Thanks for clarifying guys! He told me he was doing that and also buying items from AH and re-selling them with higher prizes, he said that GM contacted him and said it's exploiting the market of the server, and that's why he lost his account. It was an old guildie, so I didn't double check him.. Or maybe he was doing this on a massive scale, and that was the problem? 

The reason listed is probably "Market Manipulation". This generally refers to ruining the economy of a realm via some external means, such as buying gold, duping items (this happens a LOT with TCG items) etc.

You can ruin the market for an item as much as you want, as long as it is all in-game. I consistently destroy my realm's market for TCG mounts simply because I can and it's profitable. 

Note, it IS bannable to trick people about the worth of an item. For example, telling a low level you are selling them an incredibly rare item that cannot be found elsewhere ever again and that it is worth 500k+, but you're giving it to them for the cheap price of 500 gold.

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