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2-09-2010 @ 1:55AM
Robin, this is a great article but you'll never get anyone to email you to back up their claims. I have an ipod and the mobile authenticator. When the ipod went into recovery mode, I lost the serial number of the authenticator. I re-downloaded but it failed coz the serial didn't match. I had to call Blizzard and the only way they would remove the authenticator for me was if I could verify the serial key of my original vanilla WoW disc. I'm REALLY glad I'm a pack rat! I find it hard to believe that such a story as presented on the consumerist can possibly be real.
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