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11-25-2009 @ 1:17PM
EU included or just US as usual?Anyway, great chance for scamers. Blizzard says the mails are legit but also random, scammer sends his own mails, player trusts it because blizz said so, BOOM!
11-25-2009 @ 1:26PM
Actually if you read the post the blue says they won't confirm unless they see the e-mail, i think that warning should be included in this article.
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