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11-10-2010 @ 10:49AM
The link may look like http://www.blizzcon.com/loot but it's actually http://mailman.netcraft.co.il/t/r/l/vdtmd/kuijuljyi/rThis is what fooled a lot of people because it looks like a scam link but once you got there you are redirected to the us.battle.net then logon to your account and a redeem window is there to enter the code.So some email spam filters will throw this in the spam bucket, if you think they did not get to you check your spam. Same thing happened last year.I wish they simply told you to logon your battle net account and click the redeem codes option instead of the crap marketing rerouting stuff.
11-10-2010 @ 10:51AM
Personally, I just copied the code that came in the mail to my clipboard and manually went to the B.Net page. Screw clicking links that come in mails.
11-10-2010 @ 12:08PM
I just typed in blizzcom.com/loot into Google Chrome and it took me where I needed to be. Logged in, copy and pasted the code and got my stuff. I never click links in emails.
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