Y’know, the real problem here isn’t that these virtual goods sellers are hiring some poor Russian dude to farm in-game cash for $100/week.
The problem is that the games are so damned TEDIOUS that people would rather BUY their way to the good stuff than play the games.
If the journey was fun, then everyone would be happy doing it.
Paying to play a game, and then paying more to a third party to get to the good stuff? What’s wrong with this picture?