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1-15-2010 @ 3:26PM
*raises eyebrow*There is no way the husband in that story was "hacked" by a random gold-seller/phisher/etc. There are just too many subtle yet telling ways that they could've given themselves away as a fraud TO THIS GUY'S FREAKIN' WIFE, who you would assume knows him better than just about anyone.He just HAPPENED to know that the guy was power-leveling JCing, he just HAPPENED to know that they had a son (as opposed to a daughter or childless) who was school-aged and who was trusted enough to just be all "oh, btw, not coming home after school today, kthxbai". He just HAPPENED to be able to type with the exact same inflection, grammar, overall personality of this gal's husband, to the point that she never thought something might be up?Either this person TOLD one of his personal friends his account info at some point, he had it written down where an IRL friend/visitor could see it, he's pulling an elaborately huge scam HIMSELF, his wife is largely a moron who doesn't know her own husband at all, or some combination of those four points.Sheesh. Not to insult your friends in any way, but there is NO WAY that, given the circumstances, I'll believe for a second that this was a "random" hijacking.
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