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3-16-2010 @ 8:23AM
hmm who needs to worry about authenticaters being compromised when for example i had mine for a month and its screwed already.Its one of the proper ones (ie made in china cheap crap) that blizz ships out. I only had it about a month and its giving me "88888888888" and "bat 74" rather than a correct code to log in with. I rang Blizz but they cant remove it from my account til i provide either driving license/passport or birth certificate, I have none so have just spent £10 to order a new birth cert. Until that arrives I cant ring blizz to get access to my account. I'd rather be hacked in future, I'd probably be back raiding quicker.
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