That may be true, but I know for a fact the Ubi rewards weapons/shields can always be redeemed again.
In other words, you are okay with to pay Helix.C again, and to pay your hard earned points again, to redeem again shall you accidentally deleted the items? ... when the said requester, though "accidentally redeemed" the items is currently at "no handicap nor loss", all he or she have to do is ignore those items which he or she call "trash".
My stance on the other-hand, address the grave and actual issue of "real loss" shall the accidents happen.
Oh, you're referring to the Helix credits?
No, I'm just actually referring to the weapons/shields that you get from the Reward challenges, or the ones you can get when you use up your Ubisoft points(NOT Helix Credits)
My thing is, when you redeem these weapons/shields for some reason you cannot dismantle them or sell them. I accidentally pressed the money option somewhere along the lines and it gave me 999999+ shields. Thus, preventing me from acquiring any other shields in the game.
Because I am not the only one that went through this? I'd figure someone from Lifetime plus could possibly add the "delete" option in the request page, while the rest of us just throw some credits in.
I had this same issue, but i have fixed it!
First, THIS IS IMPORTANT! The unsellable/undismantleable item of which you have gobs of must be below level 40 AND below your current level! If the items are all level 40, this fix can't help you as it relies on the blacksmith upgrade feature.
Second, you must have gobs of money, or use the money cheat to get yourself some.
Third, you must have a passing knowledge of how to use cosmos or cheat engine.
Okay, you are going to need to go to a blacksmith and be prepared to camp for a bit.
open your inventory and note the exact value of the item in question. Alt-tab out to cosmos or cheat engine and select AC Origins as your executable. Start a new scan for your number with value type set to "All". The value type will change in the game depending on the length of the value. When i first searched for 499,999 Snakes on a Shield, it was an 8-bit value. Cosmos crashed and i had to search again for 20 and it came up as a 4-bit value. So search "All", it will take a while, but it just guarantees you will find the address.
Once this first scan completes, after a list has appeared in the left side, change the value in game by upgrading one of your many-numbered items. Note the new remainder and scan again. keep doing this until you have a few addresses to play with (I had about 4 that kept updating to the current value). Add these addresses to your active list and change each to a different number so you can remember which one actually changes the in-game value. Check the gear screen (you may have to close and open the gear screen to get the value to refresh) and see what value has been updated. You should now know your address for that specific item and level combination.
Now change that value to something like 50, so you have some to play with while we fix the last half: The upgraded versions you now have stacks of.
Note the value of the upgraded version, it should be fairly low depending on the number of the lower level version you upgraded while searching for the first address. Start a new search in Cosmos or cheat engine for this value. When the list has loaded, use the blacksmith to upgrade more lower level versions to change the value of the higher level versions. one at a time worked fine for me. Keep extending your search until you have a few addresses left, and use the same method as before to find the actual address.
Now change the lower level version's value to 1, upgrade this last one to it's higher level version, and check the gear screen to make sure it is gone. Then change the higher level version to 1.
This method is exactly what I just did a few minutes ago to fix my DLC shield that was at 499,999. I hope it can help everyone else who had this problem.