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1-15-2010 @ 1:07PM
Maybe Google has already wised up to this? I searched WoW Armory (as if I could resist) and it came up with the legit site.Great info though - thanks for reminding us of how easy it would be to get scammed.
1-15-2010 @ 1:29PM
Sorry to hijack the first comment but there's an EU version of this and it'd be good if you could add it to the post. The correct EU address is eu.wowarmory.com but the first sponsored link starts eur.wow... and is a similar scam, if not the same one. One of our guildies fell for this at the turn of the year.For us Brits, it's also worth bearing in mind that there's no 'u' in an American armoury, so beware if you search that way.Cheers.
1-24-2010 @ 1:58AM
@percinhoIt's actually safer to use the Armory link on the front page of the world of warcraft site.http://www.wow-europe.com top right hand side of the front page . Also up the top on every official forums page as well.
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