With that mindset, I assume you never miss out on a "Fell Off A Truck" promotion in real life. I mean, c'mon, if it's free, only a complete loser would skip on it, right?
Tell you what: if a complete stranger offers you something for free, it's either stolen, has strings attached to it, or it's a scam. Simple as that. It's common knowledge among intelligent human beings out there.
Besides, there's a rule in T&Cs saying that obtaining in-game benefits without comparable recompense is conaidered RMT. All users have to confirm they understand and agree to abide by the T&Cs when registering their accounts by clicking the relevant field during registration. No one is forced to do that, it's your own choice. Griefing that you have to abide by the rules you expressly agreed on is, well... not very logical, to say the least.
I gave away a skeleton set to guy who wanted to RP a skeleton in the game and had a skeleton avatar on the forums.
I sold a Fox mount (for credit and fraction of the value) to a person who always plays fox characters in every game they play.
(I think I messaged Albion support about that Fox skin . Did not want to get banned for selling a skin that was worth 300+ M at the the time for 10M or so...)
There was zero strings attached. I just felt good that they enjoyed the game a little longer than they might have without me helping them out a little.
I am only sharing this because I want to say that giving make you feel better. Not because you prove everyone else that you are a better person or anything. Fuck that. Because you made someone else smile for even for few minutes.
Yes, both of them consumed the skins and were happy running/riding around. And I left them play the game the way they wanted.
You probably want to exploit other people and gank them. That is your choice. But don't say that is how everyone lives their lives / play their computer games