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6-12-2009 @ 5:20PM
Like the guy above said all of these can be avoided with the tiniest flake of common sense, not to sound like as ass but come on. Who would sell a $900 mount for 5kg (worth approx $60.)Why would a gm randomly come on an alt asking for gbank admittance without telling you.why would a guildie send an in game mail to a "movie" (with terrible spelling usually lol) which clearly llinks to a ".exe" filewhy would you click random links in emails from unknown people---------------------Like I said, not trying to be an ass but COME ON people think a little before you act, it will get you a long way in WOW and in life.
6-12-2009 @ 5:22PM
Sorry for the post but had to show this shirt :Dhttp://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41YwXX2V-vL._SS500_.jpg
6-12-2009 @ 5:24PM
Lol is that a phishing site >_>
6-12-2009 @ 5:36PM
See, I had no idea a Spectral Tiger sells for $900.00 and I have no idea how much gold sells for. 5k gold seems like a lot to me. I wouldn't fall for the scam because I don't care about vanity mounts, but you're mistaking intelligence and common sense for available information, not everyone will know everything you do. I don't care enough about mounts and gold prices to look for the information you have, as an example.
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