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3-31-2010 @ 11:25AM
Not really... my girlfriend plays WoW casually and goes for long breaks without playing. She loves playing her characters on her account, but if she gets something coming up supposedly from Blizzard asking for her details for a seemingly legit reason, I would think she'd enter the information. After all, she's not like us knowing up to date info on all scams etc.That's why people fall for scams, because they're so believable, especially to new or inexperienced players. Saying someone deserves to get hacked for not knowing the ins and outs of the internet and the game is similar to saying someone deserves to get rickets because they didn't know they had to have lots of vitamin D in their diet!Please give a little bit of thought before you go saying mildly cruel things like this! :)
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