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7-12-2010 @ 10:03PM
WTS email addresses to gold sellers/account hackers. Guaranteed majority play WoW. Possible B.Net accounts.Any takers?
7-12-2010 @ 10:14PM
I don't use my b.net account for anything but b.net for a reason!
7-12-2010 @ 10:25PM
But you, Lissanna, are smarter then most people who play wow. I am quite sure that only 0.01% of people used a different e-mail for their account and i different one for well, everything else.I am happy now to be in that 0.01%I used an alias for the Battle.net account too so we got off lucky.Hope someone files a lawsuit ( if i change my b.net e-mail it might be me).
7-12-2010 @ 10:27PM
a different one for, everything else* i cant spell today
7-12-2010 @ 10:29PM
I do the same thing. My B.Net account is strictly for B.Net. Hopefully everyone that reads this, if they didn't use a separate email address, they go in and change it to a clean one.Guys, pick one. Yahoo, Gmail, AOL, Mail.com, Hotmail, etc. Make one up STRICTLY for battle.net. Use it for nothing else. Not even writing things off in regards to Battle.net. Go on. I will wait here. Hurry up, I have gummi worms.
7-13-2010 @ 7:54AM
Given that I have an authenticator, I'm not too bothered by that possibility...
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