In today's busy world not everyone has enough time to clean the house, walk the dogs, pick up the dry cleaning, or become a Master Thief in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion's Thieves Guild. While several of the above chores can be completed with just a phone call and some cash, the latter was up to gamers themselves...until now.
Like the phenomenon of power-levelling other people's characters in massively multiplayer online role-playing games for a real-world price, gamers can now see their Xbox 360 GamerScore increase while they do other things.
Levelmy360.com and its team of "powerleveling veterans" are offering to increase Xbox 360 GamerScores for money. Low-end rates include 500 points for $39.99 and 750 points for $59.99, with higher-end packages of 1,000, 1,500, 2,000, and 3,000 points going for $1 for every 10 points.
Gamers who use the service are required to hand over the password that is linked to their gamertag (which also happens to be their Hotmail password) and send funds through PayPal.
The site claims to have more than four years of experience in "similar Internet based online gaming businesses" (likely power-leveling for EverQuest or other PC games) and says Levelmy360 was started "due to popular demand."