Does it safe?

Information and training materials posted on the site may contain information about third-party software. Such software does not violate the rules on process automation written in the EULA, since all actions are always controlled by the participant, and also does not violate the TOS agreement, since it does not use anything that could somehow harm the game process or have a negative impact on anything. The GGLoader administration regularly and carefully checks information materials regarding third-party software and immediately deletes both upon request and independently if it detects the use of prohibited methods such as reading memory, introducing into the shell of the game and / or its process, intercepting traffic, hacking or unauthorized penetration not laid down game developers and so on. We do not use, under any circumstances, software or any other materials in our reviews that clearly violate the rules of the game or the intellectual property of third parties.

We use what is called the “Pixel System” as the most popular way to interact with our users through our subscription reviews. In this connection, the presented information and training materials are always safe to use.

How long does my GGLoader subscription last?

With the release of each new expansion, users who have already purchased GGLoader subscription prior to the release of the new expansion will have to pay for the upgrade, but will receive a big discount.

Can I combine it with third-party software?

Yes, you can combine subscription. However, please be aware that you’re responsible for third-party software. It’s on your own responsibility.

We don’t develop, don’t sell and are not related in any way to the software that may be mentioned in our reviews.

Can I share my GGLoader subscription?

You can share your GGLoader subscription with your friends.

Users have something called keys, each user has 2 keys. After purchase the user uses 1 and has 1 additional key in case something happens. If you used 2 keys and need more, the third key will cost 69 euros.

Moreover, users who bought an AIO subscription have such keys in the amount of 4 after which the subsequent ones become paid.

Can I change my GGLoader subscription?

Up to 5 days after full class GGLoader subscription purchase it’s one time free to change

Otherwise 11.85 euro cost the “Transfer” option

Can I get trial or test version before to buy?

Unfortunately, we only provide a limited time subscription in the form of trial paid access, it costs 11.85 euro for 3 days

Which high titles can I get? Is it fully configured?

We can’t guarantee that you achieve a certain rank while using GGLoader. Previous users of GGLoader have proven to achieve multiple Rank 1s, Gladiator, 100% logs titles will all our current classes. With GGLoader you are going to feel much better in regards to damage, healing, interrupt or protection for you or either your friends. Get the option to pay more to movement and positioning, feel the power.


We offer -40% off if you will buy AIO – “All In One” subscription


The Administration of ggloader.com publishes this User Agreement (referred to herein as “User Agreement”, “the Agreement” or “the Contract”) which is a public offer within the meaning of Art. 437 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation with respect to users of the ggloader.com Service (referred to herein as the “User”.)

We ask you to carefully read the terms of use expressed herein before accepting the Contract. Using the services of the Contractor, you understand the conditions set forth in the Contract and undertake to comply with them. In case of disagreement with any clauses of the Contract, or in case they are unclear to you, you must refuse usage of the Contractor’s services. Use of the Contractor’s services without consent to the terms of The Contract is prohibited.

The Agreement comes into full force and effect from the moment of its Acceptance by the User.


1.1. For purposes of the Contract, following terms are used:

1.1.1. “Acceptance” – full and unconditional acceptance by the User of the terms of the Contract by buying access to the paid part of the ggloader.com Service.

1.1.2. “Add-on” (or “addon”) – software, modifications of existing software, etc., designed to add various game functionality to an existing computer game.

1.1.3. “User” – an individual who uses the ggloader.com Service.

1.1.4. “Agreement” – this Agreement, concluded by the Parties in an offer-acceptance form without signing a separate written document.

1.1.5. “Service” – Internet service on the Internet, located at ggloader.com.

1.1.6. “Party” or “Parties” – the Administration and the User.


2.1. The User intending to use ggloader.com Services is obliged to accept the Agreement.

2.2. The Agreement is accepted in a form of acquisition of access to the paid part of the ggloader.com Service.

2.3. Acceptance of the Contract is possible with simultaneous observance of the following conditions:

2.3.1. Careful reading by the User of all conditions of the Agreement.

2.3.2. Consent of the User to comply with all the terms of the Agreement.

2.3.3. Acquaintance and acceptance of the Privacy Policy of the Service by the User.


3.1. In accordance with the Agreement, the Administration of ggloader.com grants the User a license (the right to use the functionality of the Service). Access can be made:

3.1.1. In the form of free access: solely for the purpose of familiarization with the open part of the service.

3.1.2. In the form of paid access: to be able to use all the features of the Service. Paid functionality of the Service includes the ability to gain access to information and education materials (such as reviews, comments, articles, headings, etc.) posted on the Service. A detailed description of the materials is always contained directly on the Service itself.

3.2. The User understands that all materials presented on the Service in the form of reviews, comments, articles, headings, etc. are for informational and educational purposes only. The Administration provides only information about the add-ons developed by third-party developers within the framework of the Service. The Administration is neither the copyright holder of the addons provided in the Service, nor a representative of the copyright holders and is in no way affiliated with the Rightsholders.

3.3. The User understands that the Service is created solely for lawful actions. Any use of the functionality of the Service that leads to or may lead to a violation of the requirements of validly enacted legislation in force is strictly prohibited.


4.1. The User is obliged to become familiar with all the terms of the Agreement, as well as with information about the content of the paid part of the Service posted on the Service, before paying for access to the Service. Payment for access to the paid part of the Service is possible only with the full consent of the User with all the terms of the User Agreement.

4.2. The User is obliged to contact the Administration for clarification, if the User has any questions regarding the content of the paid part of the Service or other misunderstandings.

4.3. After the User has received all the necessary information, the User has the right to place an order for access to the paid part of the Service.

4.4. The User must use the appropriate interface of the Service to make a payment.

4.5. Payment for the Service to the Administration by the User may be made by using regularly available and lawful payment systems (such as Visa, Mastercard, PayPal or like means). At the same time, the User should independently familiarize himself with the conditions of making payments to the Administration by payment systems with the help of which payment for services is made.

4.6. The User is solely responsible in the case of the User incorrectly filling in the data when making a payment. The User agrees that the Administration is not responsible for the work of payment systems and possible failures in their work.

4.7. Payment is considered to be effected only at the time of receipt of funds to the payee.


5.1. The User acknowledges that the Service, its interface and content (including but not limited to design elements, text, graphics, illustrations, videos, scripts, programs, music, sounds and other objects and their collections associated with the Service) are protected by copyright, trademarks, patents and other rights that belong to the Administration or other legal rights holders.

5.2. Unless otherwise expressly specified in the Contract, nothing in the Contract can be regarded as the transfer of exclusive rights to the Site or its components to the User.

5.3. The User understands that the Administration is not the copyright holder and has no relation to any Addons, information about which can be provided to the User as part of informational and education materials, or to World of Warcraft and its copyright holder Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.


6.1. The relations of the Parties under the Contract are governed by the validly enacted legislation in force of the Russian Federation, irrespective of the location of each of the Parties.


7.1. The Contract in the form of the Agreement is concluded in the offer-acceptance form without signing a separate written document.

7.2. Except for the electronic form of signing of the Agreement, any other electronic interaction of the Parties, including the chat, using a special widget, correspondence in instant messengers, is not intended by the parties to have any effect or legal force, and is agreed to have no effect or legal force.


8.1. The Parties shall be liable in accordance with applicable law for improper or incomplete performance, or failure to perform the obligations provided for in the Contract.

8.2. The User understands that the Administration does not provide any other services other than providing access to the functionality of the Service (including not providing game services, such as leveling characters, etc.), and does not sell in-game valuables. The Administration does not develop software that can be mentioned in information and education materials and does not bear any responsibility for the compliance of such software with legal requirements, and does not bear any responsibility for the consequences of using such software.

8.3. The User understands that any correspondence in the chat, using a special widget or via instant messengers, is for informational and education purposes only.

8.4. The Administration complete in full the requirements of the current legislation in terms of rights to objects of intellectual property, including:

8.4.1. The Administration does not post information and / or materials in the Service that may violate the intellectual property rights of third parties.

8.4.2. If any information that violates intellectual property rights is found to be posted on the Service, the Administration in all cases immediately deletes such information both at the request of the copyright holder and without such a requirement if such violations are detected independently.

8.5. Any claims related to the use of software, information about which may be presented in the Service, must be addressed directly to the copyright holder of such software with which the Administration is not connected in any way.

8.6. In all cases, the total amount of responsibility of the Administration for damages to a specific User in accordance with the provisions of Art. 15 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation is limited to 500 rubles.

8.7. The Administration of ggloader.com shall not be liable under any circumstances for any indirect, incidental, unintentional damage (including lost profits, damage caused by data loss or otherwise) caused in connection with the use of the Service or the inability to use it, including case of failure of the Service or any other interruption in the use of the Service, even if the Administration of ggloader.com has warned of or indicated the possibility of such damage.

8.8. The Administration reserves the right to remove any information from the pages of the ggloader.com Service at its discretion without explanation, as well as the right to change the content of the paid part of the Service, including changing the content of information and education materials.

8.9. The User acknowledges and agrees that the Service is provided on an “as it is” basis. The Administration of ggloader.com does not provide any guarantees regarding the consequences of using the Service, or the interaction of the Service with other software.

8.10. The Service or its elements may periodically be partially or completely unavailable due to the implementation of preventive or other technical works that ensure the normal operation of the Service. In this case, the Administration of ggloader.com is not liable for notifying the User, and nor does the Administration bear any liability for non-receipt of information by the User.

8.11. The Service may contain links, including advertising, to other Third Party Services on the Internet (herein referred to as “Third Party Services”). The specified third parties and their content are not checked by the Administration of ggloader.com for compliance with any requirements (such as for accuracy, completeness, legality, etc.). The Administration of ggloader.com is not responsible for any information, materials posted on the Third Party Services, to which the User gets access using the Service, including for any opinions or statements expressed on the Third Party Services, advertising, etc. and also for the availability of such Services or content and the consequences of their use by the User.

8.12. A link (in any form) to any service, product, service, any information of a commercial or non-commercial nature posted on the Service is not an endorsement or recommendation of these products (services, activities) by the Administration of ggloader.com.


9.1. The Parties shall not be liable for the full or partial failure to fulfill their obligations under the Contract due to force majeure circumstances that have arisen beyond the will of the Parties and cannot had been foreseen or prevented, namely: earthquake, flood, other natural disasters, war, civil war, blockade, embargo, strike, or by the adoption by public authorities of acts that impede the implementation of the Agreement – or by any similar measures or circumstances beyond the immediate control of the parties.

9.2. A certificate issued by a local, regional or national authority is sufficient evidence of the existence and duration of force majeure circumstances.

9.3. A party that does not fulfill its obligations due to force majeure circumstances must send a written notice to the other Party about the obstacle and its impact on the performance of obligations under the Contract, and must do so within ten calendar days of the date on which the force majeure circumstances affected performance of obligations.


10.1. Administration of the Service in accordance with the Privacy Policy of the Service under no circumstances collects, stores and processes personal data of the User.


11.1. The Agreement can be changed at any time by the Administration unilaterally without prior or subsequent coordination with the User. Subsequent publication of the amended terms in the Service is mandatory.

11.2. The User undertakes to independently monitor changes in the Agreement while committing any legally significant action on the Service, and bears the full risk of non-compliance with the requirements of this clause.

11.3. If the User does not agree with the changes, it has the right to refuse to use the Service. The User unconditionally accepts all changes and undertakes to comply with them in case it continues to use the Service after changes are made to the Agreement.

11.4. The Administration has the right to terminate the Agreement unilaterally and limit the access of the User to the Service without any prior or subsequent notification to the User at any time. In the event of such termination, the Administration does not acquire any obligations to the User, including no obligations to return the funds, pay compensation, etc., since the service is considered provided from the moment the User is granted access to the Service.

11.5. The User has the right to terminate the Agreement by sending to the Administration a notice of termination of the Agreement. The Agreement will be deemed terminated after expiration of 30 days after the Administration receives such notice. In the event of termination of the Agreement at the initiative of the User, the Administration restricts the access of such User to the Service.


12.1. All disputes between the Parties are to be resolved through negotiation.

12.2. The Parties hereby agree that that the claim (pre-judicial) procedure for the settlement of disputes arising from the implementation of the Contract is mandatory for them.

12.3. Claims under the Agreement may be sent by the Parties by email to help.ggloader@gmail.com.

12.4. The Parties agreed that the term for responding to a claim cannot exceed 30 calendar days.

12.5. In the event of litigation between the Parties in respect of or in relation to the Agreement or use of the Service, the case is subject to review at the location of the Administration or another location at the Administration’s sole choice and election.


13.1. The Agreement is concluded by the Parties for an indefinite period, valid from the moment of acceptance by the User and until its termination.

13.2. The Parties agreed that the norms of current validly enacted legislation in force are to be applied to all aspects not covered by the Agreement.

13.3. This written Contract contains the entire scope of agreements, undertakings, promises and warranties between the Parties with respect to the subject matter of the Contract, and the Parties agree that entry into the Contract revokes and invalidates all other obligations or representations that were or could have been accepted or made by the Parties in oral or written form before entry into the Contract.

13.4. The User understands and agrees that after paying for license to use the Service, the User is not entitled to claim money refund. The Administration has the right to meet the User’s claim and make a refund, in all cases this is a right, and not responsibility of the Administration. If a decision is made to refund payment, the refund can be made only to the payment details from which the payment was made.



1. General Provisions

1.1. The Administration of the ggloader.com (referred to herein as “the Administration”) publishes this Privacy Policy for users (referred to herein as “the User”) of the ggloader.com Service (referred to herein as “the Service”).

1.2. The Privacy Policy contains information on how personal information about the User of the Site is collected, used and disclosed.

1.3. Please read carefully the following terms and conditions of personal information use, before using the Site. By using the Site, the User confirms that he/she has read, understood, and agreed to the conditions set forth by the Privacy Policy.

1.4. If the User does not agree with any clauses or part or parts thereof in the Privacy Policy, the User must stop using the Site. Use of the Site without consent to the terms of this Privacy Policy is not allowed.

1.5. If the User does not understand any clause or part or parts thereof in the Privacy Policy, the User must contact the Administration for clarification first, and use the Site only after receiving and understanding such clarification.

2. List of used personal information

2.1. The Administration does not request personal information containing personal data from the User. In particular, the Service does not contain a form to fill out personal data during registration on the Service, and also does not contain feedback forms requesting personal data from the User.

2.2. The Administration or third-party services participating in the Service (payment systems, widgets, etc.) may request the User’s email information. The User understands that requesting email data without requesting any other data does not allow the User to be identified, and therefore the request for the specified data cannot be considered as a personal data request.

2.3. Administration or third-party services participating in the work of the Service (such as, but not limited to payment systems, widgets, etc.) may request from the User information about the name of the User (for example, “How may I call you”, etc.). The User understands that the specified forms do not imply that the User will fill in his personal data (full name, etc.), but assumes that the User will make any abstract designation not related to his personal data.

2.4. During the process of using the Site, the Administration may process the following personal information that does not contain the User’s personal data:

2.4.1. Information about technical devices, and technological interaction with the Site (including but not limited to the IP-address of the host, the type of the User’s operating system, the type of browser, geographic location, internet service provider, and any other information).

2.4.2. Time of visit to the Site and subsequent actions of the User on the Site.

2.4.3. Information automatically obtained with the help of cookies, in accordance with the Site’s Cookies Policy.

3. Abidance with the User’s rights under the GDPR standards

3.1. The User may request from the Administration confirmation of the fact of the processing of his data, the place and purpose of processing, the categories of personal data being processed, to which third parties personal data are or have been disclosed, the period during which the data will be processed, as well as clarify the source of receipt by the Administration of personal information, and require its correction at any time in accordance with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

3.2. The User has the right to exercise a right to oblivion at any time, implying a removal of the User’s personal information at his request, in accordance with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), upon termination of processing of the User’s personal information, the Administration cannot provide the User with the opportunity to use the Site.

3.3. The User has and can use a right to data portability, namely to require the Administration to provide a free electronic copy of the personal information to another company in accordance with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

4. The purposes of using personal information

4.1. The Administration undertakes to use the User’s personal information for strictly defined purposes only, and in particular, the specified purposes include:

4.1.1. Allowing the User to use the Service.

4.1.2. Informing the User about opportunities associated with use of the Service and services provided by the Administration and its partners.

4.1.3. Maintaining feedback between the Administration and the User.

4.1.4. Sending to the User offers of advertising and of a commercial character.

4.1.5. Providing technical support to the User.

4.1.6. For analysis of a usage statistics of the Service by the User.

4.1.7. To improve the Service.

4.1.8. For protection of the User from fraud.

5. Principles of personal information use

5.1. While using personal information about the User the Administration undertakes to adhere to the following basic principles of using personal information established by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):

5.1.1. Legality, justice and transparency: personal data is processed legally, fairly and transparently. Any information about the purposes, methods and amounts of processing personal information is presented as accessibly and simply as possible.

5.1.2. Limitation of purpose: Data is collected and used exclusively for the purposes stated in the Policy.

5.1.3. Minimization of data: The Administration does not collect personal information in a volume greater than it is necessary for purposes specified in the Policy.

5.1.4. Accuracy: Personal information that is inaccurate is deleted or is subject to correction at a request of the User.

5.1.5. Restriction of storage: Personal information is stored for a period of time no longer than is necessary for processing purposes.

5.1.6. Integrity and confidentiality: When processing the User’s data, the Administration ensures a protection of personal data from unauthorized or illegal processing, destruction and damage.

6. Protection of personal information

6.1. The Administration guarantees that it will not disclose or transfer personal information about the User to third parties, except in cases expressly provided by the current legislation and the Policy.

6.2. The Administration undertakes to take all necessary organizational and technical measures to protect the personal information about the User from unauthorized or accidental access by third parties, and from destruction, modification, blocking, copying, and/or distribution, as well as other unlawful or like actions of third parties.

6.3. The User for its part undertakes to take all necessary measures to reduce the risks of access by third parties to his personal information, including that the User must choose a strong password, use different passwords for different applications and sites, and regularly update antivirus and similar protective programs.

7. Provision of personal information to third parties

7.1. The Administration does not sell or exchange personal data of the User.

7.2. The User understands that use of personal information by the Administration includes use of personal information by employees of the Administration, as well as by partners, suppliers and contractors of the Administration who assist or otherwise further the Administration in managing the Service.

7.3. The Site can contain links, including advertising, to other Internet resources. These Internet resources and their content are not verified by the Administration. In particular, the Administration does not control use of the personal information of the User by the specified Internet resources.

7.4. The User understands that the Administration may provide third parties with aggregated statistics about the Users of the Site for the purposes of statistical analysis, improving the performance of the Site, and like aims.

7.5. The User understands that the Administration, in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is obliged to notify the relevant regulatory authorities of any violations related to use of personal information within 72 hours after the discovery of such violation.

7.6. The User understands that all transactions carried out through electronic payment systems, including PayPal, are governed by the privacy policies of these systems (or the Privacy Statement).

8. Changing the Privacy Policy

8.1. The Administration reserves the right at any time to amend any clause of the Privacy Policy, while not allowing the inclusion in the Privacy Policy of provisions that are contrary to applicable law. When making such changes to the current version of the Privacy Policy, the date of the last update is indicated. The new version of the Privacy Policy shall come into full force and effect from the moment of its publication on the site, unless otherwise provided by the Privacy Policy.

8.2. The User undertakes to regularly monitor changes in the Privacy Policy for possible changes.


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