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5-13-2010 @ 5:14PM
I agree with Arturis.Whatever email you use for your account (Be it the same one you use to comment here) has no consequences if someone you trust obtains it. Sure someone could theoretically attack your account if you add them, but there are many ways to secure against that (The authenticator some people vocally abuse is one of the best ways to save your investment).I instant message people constantly on MSN, and by virtue of circumstantial logic I can conclude that this is likely the email they use for WoW. As far as I'm concerned, don't use the system if you don't trust people with it.*As a side note, for those of us here who used our email as our login to comment; we are in significantly more danger to abuse than the in game tool.
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