That's what just about any superstar will tell you they're looking for. I know that I am. A few thousand very lucky people got one of these 20 stunning gowns. They are in a wide variety of lengths, colors, and styles. My question is: Did Stardoll know how popular these dresses would be? Did they know that there would be mounds of competition to get them? It was a very good idea, but there are bad parts of it, too. People have gotten scammed, people have fought over theses dresses, and most of all: Greed has came out. Why I say that? A very select group of people have more than one lottery dresses. Mostly the people who have enough money to pay ridiculous amounts of stardollars for the dress. I'm definitely not part of that group. I often run out of stardollars during the middle of the week, before I get my weekly 50 stardollars. I would be extremely happy with just one of the beautiful dresses. But some people aren't. They keep them all to themselves, looking for more and more until they have the whole collection.
Then there's the scamming. My least favorite thing about Stardoll, by far. I was scammed about a year ago by a well-known scammer named Mala__. I was trading my DKNY Skating Coat to her for her Teal Rami Kashou dress. She bought my coat, then logged off. I would say that she was smart about it, shutting off all album, scenery, and guestbook comments. I was distraught after that. Then, I was hacked a little while later. I still don't know who did it. They sold many of my rares, including a Hotbuy Fast Food T-shirt and much, much more. That was before we got to see who bought are items. Please. If you read this, think about it.
This article was written by catlover103.