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10-27-2011 @ 3:15PM
the key word is "barrier".i'm fine if other people feel the need for an authenticator to safeguard their accounts; but i don't need it. never have. and i'd like to be able to rename my bank alt guild. sadly, i can't take advantage of the service without also buying something i don't want or need.that's my point. i don't think there's any drama to it except what you read into it for some reason. i also think it's interesting that you've done research on all guilds to determine that they all 'almost definitely' have authenticators. really?as for "good security measure", i guess that's true; but it's actually a redundant device for those of us who know how to manage our computer/internet security without such things.
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