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Sunday, June 24, 2012 12:42:44 PM

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Greetings!

It has come to our attention that you are trying to sell your personal Diablo III account(s).
As you may not be aware of, this conflicts with the EULA and Terms of Agreement.
If this proves to be true, your account can and will be disabled.
It will be ongoing for further investigation by Blizzard Entertainment's employees.
If you wish to not get your account suspended you should immediately verify your account ownership.

You can confirm that you are the original owner of the account to this secure website with:
xhttps://us.battle.net/login/en/?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fus.battle.net%2Fd3%2Fen%2Findex&app=com-d3x

Login to your account, In accordance following template to verify your account.

* First and Surname
* Secret Question and Answer
Show * Please enter the correct information

If you ignore this mail your account can and will be closed permanently.

Once we verify your account, we will reply to your e-mail informing you that we have dropped the investigation.

Regards,

Account Administration Team
Blizzard Entertainment
xhttp://www.blizzard.com/support/x
Diablo III , Blizzard Entertainment 2012

PS:I put x to my personal info and links.Ineed help cause im not a seller or buyer or etc.I dunno should i reply that.
Call support, looks fake
fake.
FAKE.
I get 1 or 2 like this ones each week.

NEVER log in from random email links. Use only the bookmarks you have made.
This is fake. I was stupid enough to trust an e-mail like this, and got my acc ripped of everything.
Fake mate, check the address and the links they suggest you go to.
Lies!
I get this kind of spam from time to time, they just want you to give them your account data via Internet browser

Just delete it
Ty all for reply i m gonna delete that and i ll buy security tool soon.
Blizzard never ask you to do something to allow them to ban you, they will do it and then tell you why, never the other way around.
I actually recieved the same mail.
26/06/2012 10:19Posted by Sherena
I actually recieved the same mail.


just delete this kind of emails, they are just scam.
Blizzard doesnt need your account name/password/secret question, because they already have them all. Looks like a lot people are forgetting this.

also battle.com email address has nothing to do with Blizzard or battle.net
As real as a fake can be!
noreply@battle.com <- should give it away at once. You dont even need to read the rest.
Ofcourse its fake.

Are you from the US? that should be your first clue.

But blizzard never puts in links anyway.
Nor do they ever ask for passwords etc.
Is it called battle.com or battle.net?
There is 1 simple way for any email to spot if it is fake or not:

Blizzard will NEVER post links into emails, they will want you to log in to your bnet account.

Any respectable company would never send you direct links.
Its fake.

I recieve emails like this every day for my WoW and Diablo3 accounts on top of Runescape, Aion and Rift for some reason

I dont have Aion, Runescape or Rift accounts so thats really funny.

Thing is if blizzard are going to ban your account they just will and inform you of the fact AFTER the ban. not warn you that they may ban you.
24/06/2012 19:04Posted by Odin
noreply@battle.com


Its fake.

I recieve emails like this every day for my WoW and Diablo3 accounts on top of Runescape, Aion and Rift for some reason

I dont have Aion, Runescape or Rift accounts so thats really funny.

Thing is if blizzard are going to ban your account they just will and inform you of the fact AFTER the ban. not warn you that they may ban you.


your email account is in circulation, if i was you i would ditch it and make another, ofc remembering to update your details in battle.net
Usually if you mouse over the links (if your mail client does that) you'll notice at the bottom or somewhere that the actual link is different than the one diplayed. It's not battle.net but something weird and long. It's fake sites that look the real one to steal your password.

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