View Full Version : Email scam warning.
This is a public service announcement. For those less suave WoW lovers, know that the attached picture is a screenshot of a FAKE WoW email. Unless you are signed up for WoW under that email address and have signed up for the year, you will probably not get selected for the MOP beta. In addition to that, when you get an invite, log into your Battle.net account to see if you have been invited. Thank you.
Moved this to the WoW section of the OT Forum.
A safe-proof method is to always, ALWAYS, log in to your account page from the official battle.net address you typed in yourself and to never EVER log in from a followed link. Not in your e-mail, not anywhere. Whenever you get an e-mail directing you the account management page and you want to check it (for instance, to see if you indeed have a beta invite), go manually to battle.net and you can log in there without any danger. It is fairly straight forward, but thanks for the heads up.
You know the emails I giggle at? The ones that want you to access your account via their link then say "Do not log on if you have an authenticator".
Most such emails are so blatantly obvious,. it's almost just facepalm every time.
People who fall for such scams just deserve it really.
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