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I got this in the mail and am sure it’s a bogus possible threat .. you may want to warn your customers:
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2011 6:32 AM
Subject: Diablo III beta test invitation!
Greetings from Blizzard Entertainment!
We’re gearing up for the forthcoming launch of Diablo III and would like to extend you an invitation to participate in the beta test. If you are interested in participating, you need to have a Battle.net account, which you can create on our Battle.net website.
We will flag you for access to the Diablo III beta test when we begin admitting press. You do not need to go through the opt-in process.
To secure your place among the first of Sanctuary’s heroes,Please use the following template below to verify your account and information via email.
* Battle.account name:
* E-mail Address:
Thanks and see you all in the Burning Hells!
You may want to e-mail that to email@example.com
I just signed up (opted in) for the beta on Blizzard's website, using my authenticator and everything. I ran the system check as well.
Not more than 2 minutes after I did that, I received this exact same message in my gmail inbox (not spam box).
My point is that I received the email IMMEDIATELY after opting in.
Your point has no point. Blizz will never ask for your password. NEVER! They have it already. Thus, I still stand by my point. and if you wanna replay to it, go a head. JUST STOP POSTING THEM HERE!
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