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1-08-2010 @ 11:42AM
Honestly this article needs to be edited, frankly it has a Sensationalist and frankly misleading title, and as you can see from the comments people are not fully understanding the situation, and freaking out. I don't know what Blizzard has done recently to earn the ire of wow.com but all this article does is confuse people and help increase blizzards work load with petitions about "wow.com says you won't give me my items back" This is an option, for people that don't want to wait, Blizzard will give you your stuff back if you want it back. In the end account security is your own responsibility and blizzard does you a service by giving you your things back.
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