Saying that, I don't want to lose the promotion either, so I'd like confirmation from Blizzard that this is real.
12/11/2011 11:52Posted by Reagits legit i was on the phone to customer support to check
If it is real, it would be nice of Blizzard to make a sticky for it, as I bet many people won't trust the e-mail. Granted, it doesn't ask for any account information at all, but no one wants to be phished.
Also, if the removal does happen, can we still reapply for the annual pass later?
Lastly, I'd like to chime in with the others in asking wether we will get a confirmation e-mail to signify that our email has been received and the removal has been reverted.
Do you know if we'll get a confirmation that our reply to the email has been processed and the annual pass will remain on the account?
I wouldn't hold your breath. I'm still waiting for the mail confirming I've got the annual pass on my account.
This is a legit e-mail that has been sent out to players who have parental controls activated on their account. For those who are worried that it may be sent to their wrong e-mail address, keep in mind that it is being sent to the e-mail address for the parent or guardian and if you need to updated this address, please contact our Account and Payment team.
Thank you for the response :) Already replied to that email and was just wondering whether or not there will be a confirmation email send to us, stating that you received our responses and that our accounts will not have the promotion removed?
edit: ah, it was already asked, sorry >_< Anyhow, an answer will be much appreciated! Cheers!
Would set many of us at ease I imagine.
Not only did I find the terminology quite uncharacteristic, but I also wasn't expecting the email at all after having read about it in mmo champion.
The only reason I have parental controls attached to my account, for which I have already signed for the free mount/beta key/Diablo 3 pass AKA the wow annual pass, is because doing so was the only way I could get access to enabling RealiD on my account!
I'm not sure if this is regular, but I had totally forgotten that I even had parental controls enabled and certainly didn't think I was due for one if these emails, this compounded my doubts.
Well, nice to know the message is legit but FYI, maybe think about changing the account settings so users don't need parental controls for RealiD, unless I made a mistake somewhere and then..... Well, carry on!
For The Alliance and Leicester!