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12-15-2010 @ 6:32PM
Type "us.battle.net" into your address bar MANUALLY. Never take it for granted that that link goes to where they want you to think it does!I did that, and went to the reset page, and reset my password there... and then was unable to login for 36 hours, presumably because battle.net authentication servers can't handle nested resets, or perhaps the load of so many resets FUBARed the process.Anyway, Blizz customer service was no help, and treated my request for them to fix the mess was a report of a hacked account. Now my account is locked down.And my WoW password is not shared with any other account, person, nor is it even written down. PLUS, I have an authenticator.The whole farking password reset was unnecessary to begin with... and now my account is locked because of their total, utter stupidity. I'm pissed, to say the least.
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