I’m a little disappointed at the declining standards for WoW phishing emails. Two years ago, most of them were at least facially plausible, if not artful. Spammers these days can hardly put a sentence together, much less have a shot at getting my WoW password and social security number. On the upside, they have gotten a bit more entertaining. The one I received this morning I found particularly enjoyable… even worth sharing with a few friends and the rest of the internet:
Recently, the problem of account invasion is getting worse and worse which cause 's enormous player equipments and virtual currency stolen. This severely damages the benefits of mass players, also causes our company lose a lot of customers.
Our company has to adopt some measures to safeguard our common benefits in order to strengthen the safety of mass players accounts, and firmly resist the account to be stolen again Through our company’s research and investigation to you customers,we will make the following decisions: we launch a package of updated code strengthen system and dynamic code protection card which can effectively prevent the accounts invaded. We will send this package of code protection system to players free of charge.
Please open this connection: > http://dontclickthis/
If your account passes the check successfully, we will send this package of dynamic code protection card to you in the form of e-mail.
In 3 days after you receiving the e-mail, if you don’t submit your information, we have right to freeze your account, every player is obligated to protect the safety of the account. You must work together with us to be determined to crack down all the behaviors of destroying games.
If you had already authenticator your account, please disregard this automatic notification.
The World of Warcraft Support Team
Can’t wait to receive my package of code protection system!