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8-24-2009 @ 8:17PM
Normally, I would have no problem with converting to battle.net. Theconversion is almost seamless and there usually arn't any problems. Iconverted a couple of months ago and had no problems. Until, ofcourse, last week. Got an email claiming that my wow account waslinked to a battle.net account that wasn't mine. I've been sendingemails back and forth for about a week, and I haven't been able toplay WoW the whole time. Hopefully this problem isn't widespread,because then there would be an awful lot of angry WoW players.
8-25-2009 @ 2:39PM
Uh... you sure it was a legitimate email? How would they have known the right email to send it to if the account had the wrong info?
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