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Thread: Spam at its worst (or best?)
04-23-2009, 09:11 PM #1
Spam at its worst (or best?)
Just got an e-mail from World of Warcraft (which I happen NOT to own)...
A pathetic attempt from a person with logic, and coding experience.
*** NOTICE OF FINAL WARNING ***
Account Action: 3 Hour Suspension
Account Offense: Violation of EULA and Terms of Service - Transfer of Account Ownership
Details: An investigation of your World of Warcraft account has found strong evidence that the account in question is being sold or traded. In accordance with EULA section 4, Paragraph B, listed below:
World of Warcraft -> Legal -> End User License Agreement
Thank you for respecting our position on this matter.
** We request that you verify your legitimate ownership of the account here:
Any disputes or questions concerning this account action can only be addressed by Account Administration. To learn more about how Account Administration is able to assist you, please visit us at Blizzard Support.
Account security is solely the responsibility of the accountholder. Please be advised that in the event of a compromised account, Blizzard representatives typically must lock the account. In these cases the Account Administration team will require faxed receipt of ID materials before releasing the account for play.
Billing & Account Administration
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A pathetic attempt by a pathetic person.
04-23-2009, 09:32 PM #2
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Yeah, you’d be even more clever if you wouldn’t publish the full URL of the pathetic person so s/he gets even more hits by other pathetic people.
And what’s actually the point of this?
04-23-2009, 09:55 PM #3
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I read somewhere (can't find where) that stolen game accounts are worth more than valid credit card numbers nowdays.
Since World of Warcraft is the most popular game of it's genre currently, I'm not surprised to see scams like this.
04-24-2009, 06:59 AM #4
04-24-2009, 09:36 AM #5
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